10 Cheapest Scrambler Motorcycles To Buy In 2024: Affordable Offroad-Ready Commuters

When we think about modern mass-produced scrambler motorcycles, the most obvious models that come to mind carry Ducati, Triumph and Indian badges. Unfortunately, these machines are in the premium segment of bikes and as such their price is a deterrent for most riders on a budget. But don't get discouraged if you've always dreamed of a Scrambler. Today we will show you a lineup of the most affordable models that are currently on sale and are priced as low as twenty-five hundred dollars.

Brief description of all motorcycles shown in this video release: Royal Enfield Scram 411. The highly popular Himalayan adventure platform introduces a dual-sport model Royal Enfield Scram 411 featuring Scrambler aesthetics. This new variant targets younger riders who seek a tamer riding experience, have on-road riding aspirations, and appreciate a stylish design. The Scram 411 showcases a minimalist appearance.

Herald Maverick 125/250 and Herald Scrambler 125. Herald Motor Co has been an integral player in the British motorcycle industry since 2010. Initially, the company started by importing vintage-inspired motorcycles, but it has evolved to develop and produce numerous models right in the UK. Among their contemporary offerings, they have several models with a scrambler aesthetic, such as the Scrambler 125 and Maverick available in 125cc and 250cc displacements.

Husqvarna Svartpilen 401. Husqvarna Svartpilen 401 is unchanged this year, offering a well-rounded scrambler package for a humble price of $5,649 bucks.

Brixton Cromwell 125. Brixton Cromwell 125 is the brand's entry-level scrambler, powered by a 4-stroke 125cc engine that peaks at 11 horses.

Fantic Caballero 125/500. Since 1968, Fantics have been manufactured in Italy and continue to be a cherished choice for riders who appreciate the tri-color heritage. The Caballero lineup consists of three models: the single-cylinder 125cc and 500cc variants, along with a newly introduced parallel twin, all priced under ten thousand dollars. Our attention will be on the more budget-friendly options.

Mutt Hilts 250. The Hilts represents a seamless progression from Mutt's original and highly popular model, the Mongrel, but with enhanced boldness and sophistication. Each Hilts model undergoes an individual painting process, showcasing a deep matte Green and black combination. To add a touch of elegance, the tank and side panels feature a discreet Mutt monogram.

Mash X-RIDE Classic. Mash X-RIDE Classic is inspired by the original 1970 Yamaha XT500: it has strict front end, a minimalistic dash, and retro-styled exterior treatment.

Bluroc Hero 50/125/250. Bluroc Motorcycles, formerly recognized as Bullit, is an emerging two-wheeler manufacturer with their R&D facility located in Belgium and production lines based in China. Within their impressive lineup, the Hero stands as Bluroc's Scrambler-styled family of motorcycles, taking inspiration from renowned classics such as the Suzuki DR650.

SWM Six6 500. SWM Six6 500 arrives with a slightly refreshed look, featuring a new enduro-style handlebar, new colors, and an optional rear luggage rack.

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