The Triumph Scrambler 400X Vs Royal Enfield Hunter 350. Both motorcycles have been developed at Bajaj’s Chakan plant in India and are ready for launch in the country. How does the new entry-level Scrambler 400X compare with similar entry-level motorcycles from Royal Enfield, especially the Hunter 350?
The Scrambler 400X is an entry-level bike from Triumph Motorcycles, while the Hunter 350 is another entry-level motorcycle from Royal Enfield. It is expected that their aggressive pricing in the country will give competition to many other models in the market.
Scrambler 400 X Vs Hunter 350: Dimension
Triumph claims that the design of the Scrambler 400X has been taken from the Scrambler 900 and 1200. A typical Scrambler also gets a definite off-road pedigree that can be traced back to Triumphs in the ’50s. The Scrambler 400 X is greater than Hunter 350.
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Scrambler 400 X Vs Hunter 350: Brakes and Suspension
The Scrambler 400X gets off-road, Scrambler gets upside-down forks at the front, and a mono-shock at the rear, with the suspension setup featuring 150 mm of wheel travel at the front and rear suspension. In comparison, Hunter 350 gets telescopic forks at the front and twin-shock absorbers at the rear. In addition, the Scrambler also receives a big front brake, but the Hunter 350 gets a big rear disc.
Scrambler 400 X Vs Hunter 350: Engine Specifications
The Scrambler 400 X is powered by a 398.15cc that produces max power of 39.5 bhp @8000rpm and 37.5 Nm @6500rpm. The engine of the bike is mates with 6-speed transmission. While Hunter 350 is powered by a 20.2 bhp @6100rpm and 27 Nm @4000 rpm. The engine of the Hunter 350 is mates with 5-speed transmission.