Triumph Motorcycles has officially revealed the updated Scrambler 1200 models consisting of the XC, XE and the limited Steve McQueen edition.
The entire 2021 range has been upgraded with the revised Euro 5 parallel-twin 1200cc engine, including a Euro 5 exhaust system.
Despite the Euro 5 homologation, the 2021 Scrambler range still maintain the same 89hp @ 7,250rpm and 110Nm @ 4,500rpm thanks to a low inertia crank and a high compression cylinder head, plus a dedicated Scrambler tune, specifically developed to give the perfect balance of power and torque delivery for both road and off-road riding.
Triumph also claims slight fuel consumption improvements, with the 16L tank now consumes 4.6L per 100km.
The XC and XE also packed with all these latest features:
- Öhlins long travel fully adjustable RSUs and long travel Showa forks
- Twin Brembo M50 radial monobloc calipers
- 21″ front wheel
- Long-travel aluminium swingarm
- Full-colour TFT instruments with illuminated switches
- 6 riding modes, including Off-Road Pro (XE)
- Optimised cornering ABS and optimised cornering traction control (XE)
- LED lighting with DRL
- Cruise control
- USB charging socket
Triumph also includes all the latest gizmos consist of a full-colour TFT instrument with two separate themes to accompany the XC and XE.
The multi-functional TFT display is controlled via the intuitive and easily accessible handlebar-mounted 5-way joystick and other switches, all of which are backlit for easy navigation in the dark.
To complete the overall scrambler style, the Scrambler 1200 features minimal aluminium mudguards, sculpted side panel with brushed aluminium Scrambler 1200 badge, aluminium bash plate and wide-set handlebars while the XE gets handguards, Brembo MCS lever, gold forks and the crafted aluminium long travel swingarm.
The Scrambler 1200 XC and XE are available in three colours; Cobalt Blue with a Jet Black stripe, Matt Khaki Green with a Jet Black stripe or the single tone Sapphire Black option.