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Battle of the Scramblers: Triumph Scrambler 400 X vs Royal Enfield Scram 411 vs Yezdi Scrambler

The mid-capacity scrambler segment has recently welcomed a new member in the form of the Triumph Scrambler 400X, which takes on the likes of Royal Enfield Scram 411 and Yezdi Scrambler. So, here we have compared all these three offerings to know how they stack up against each other.

Engine Specifications

SpecificationsTriumph Scrambler 400 XRoyal Enfield Scram 411Yezdi Scrambler
Engine398cc, single-cylinder, DOHC411cc, Single-cylinder, Air-Cooled, SOHC334cc, single-cylinder, DOHC
Cooling SystemLiquid-cooledAir-oil-cooledLiquid-cooled
Peak Power40PS at 8,000rpm24.31PS at 6,500rpm29.1PS at 8,000rpm
Max Torque39.5Nm at 6,500rpm32Nm at 4,250rpm28.2Nm at 6,750rpm
Triumph Scrambler 400 X vs Royal Enfield Scram 411 vs Yezdi Scrambler: Engine Specs
  • Due to its larger displacement engine, the Triumph Speed 400 X has a power advantage over its rivals, which should provide a more exhilarating and enjoyable riding experience.
  • The Triumph and Yezdi scramblers also benefit from liquid cooling technology, which is a more efficient approach for reducing engine heat compared to the Scram 411’s air-oil-cooled method, especially during high-performance riding.
Royal Enfield Scram 411 Vs Yezdi Scrambler

Dimensions and Underpinnings

ParametersTriumph Scrambler 400 XRoyal Enfield Scram 411Yezdi Scrambler
Wheelbase1,418 mm1,455 mm1,403 mm
Ground Clearance195 mm200 mm200 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity13L15L12.5L
Kerb weight179 kg185 kg182 kg
Seat Height835 mm795 mm800 mm
Tyre Size100/90-19 (front)
140/80-17 (rear)
100/90-19 (front)
120/90-17 (rear)
100/90-19 (front)
140/70-17 (rear)
Brakes320mm (F), 230mm (R)300mm (F), 240mm (R)320mm (F), 240mm (R)
Frame TypeHybrid-spine/Perimeter with bolt-on rear subframeHalf-Duplex Split CradleDouble Cradle
Front Suspensions43mm USD (150mm travel)41mm telescopic fork (190mm travel)41mm telescopic fork (150mm travel)
Rear SuspensionsPre-load adjustable gas-charged monoshock (150mm travel)Monoshock with Linkage (180mm travel)Pre-load adjustable twin-shock absorbers (130mm travel)
Triumph Scrambler 400 X vs Royal Enfield Scram 411 vs Yezdi Scrambler: Dimensions and Underpinnings
  • The Royal Enfield Scram 411 has the longest wheelbase, highest ground clearance and largest fuel tank in its class, providing it an edge over its rivals. However, these attributes contribute to it being the heaviest among all. It also outperforms the others in terms of suspension travel, making it more off-road adventure capable.
  • Based on the hybrid perimeter frame, the Triumph Scrambler 400 X gets a USD fork up front and a monoshock at the rear, which should provide better handling characteristics. However, with limited wheel travel, it will be more suitable for riders who primarily spend their time on paved surfaces and go off-road occasionally. On the other hand, the Yezdi Scrambler also provides a fine blend of on-road comfort and off-road capability. But, the Triumph is superior between the two.


Triumph Speed 400 features
Triumph Scrambler 400 XRoyal Enfield Scram 411Yezdi Scrambler
Headlight TypeLEDHalogenLED
Taillight TypeLEDHalogenLED
Built-in USB Charging Socket
Engine Start TypeElectricElectricElectric
Kill Switch
Instrument ClusterSemi-digitalSemi-digitalDigital
Bluetooth Connectivity and Navigation✅ (optional)
Switchable ABS
Switchable Traction Control
Ride-by-wire Technology
Riding ModesRoad, Off-road, and Rain
Assist Clutch
Triumph Scrambler 400 X vs Royal Enfield Scram 411 vs Yezdi Scrambler: Features

The Triumph Scrambler 400 X boasts various segment-first features, giving it a premium positioning. The Yezdi motorcycle is also impressively equipped.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 ground clearance
Royal Enfield Scram 411


Triumph Scrambler 400 XRoyal Enfield Scram 411Yezdi Scrambler
Ex-Showroom Price In DelhiRs 2,62,996Rs 2,16,000Rs 2,11,000
Triumph Scrambler 400 X vs Royal Enfield Scram 411 vs Yezdi Scrambler: Price

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The all-new Triumph Scrambler 400 X justifies its hefty price tag with its powerful engine and premium set of features, but it may not be well suited to shorter riders. The Royal Enfield Scram, on the other hand, excels in off-road performance but lacks comfort & convenience features, especially the switchable ABS and traction control system. Lastly, the Yezdi Scrambler offers a balance between the two and is also a budget-friendly choice.

Now, the question arises: which bike should you choose?

  • Buy Royal Enfield Scram 411 if you love to enjoy off-roading and trail riding.
  • Opt for the Yezdi Scrambler if you mostly ride in the city with occasional adventure escape.
  • Go with the Triumph Scrambler 400 X if budget isn’t an issue and you want a feature-rich bike with great handling characteristics and moderate off-road capabilities.