At British Customs, we're proud to offer a wide range of parts and accessories for the Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE and XC models. With our selection of high-quality components, you can customize and upgrade your bike to make it truly yours. Some of our most popular options include exhaust systems, handlebars, and suspension upgrades. We also offer a variety of aesthetic additions, such as custom seat covers and fender eliminator kits. Whatever your needs, we have the perfect parts and accessories to take your Triumph Scrambler to the next level. Trust us to provide you with the best options for you and your ride.
What year was the Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC/XE Released?
The Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC and XE were first released in 2019. The XC is designed more for the road while the XE (Extra Equipment) has better off-road capabilities. They are both modern takes on the classic scrambler style, featuring the 1200cc Bonneville parallel-twin engine.
What sub-models of the Scrambler 1200 are available? What are the major differences?
Triumph offered two primary versions of the Scrambler 1200: the Scrambler 1200 XC and the Scrambler 1200 XE.
Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC: The XC (Cross Country) is designed as a more road-oriented model. It's a dual-purpose motorcycle with both on-road and light off-road capabilities. The XC model has a slightly lower seat height and suspension travel than the XE, making it more accessible and versatile for everyday use. It's equipped with Brembo M50 front brake calipers, fully adjustable Showa upside-down forks, and Ohlins rear suspension.
Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE: The XE (Extreme Enduro) is more off-road focused and features additional equipment and features to improve its off-road capabilities. It comes with a higher specification of equipment, such as longer travel suspension, Brembo M50 monobloc front brake calipers, adjustable folding foot controls, and more advanced electronics, including optimized off-road ABS and traction control settings. The XE also has additional riding modes compared to the XC.
Both models have the same 1200cc parallel-twin engine, but they differ in their respective suspension setups, ride height, and certain features. They also feature modern technology such as ride-by-wire throttle, LED lighting, a digital display with Bluetooth connectivity, and several riding modes. The bikes retain the classic Scrambler design with high-mounted exhausts and a traditional silhouette but with a modern, premium finish.