The XC is what could be considered base trim, while the XE boasts a number of upgrades for superior off-road performance. Both, however, come packing a retuned Bonneville high-power 1,200cc parallel-twin engine. This latest generation offers up nearly 90 hp at 7,400 rpm, a gain of 12.5 percent over the mill powering the Bonneville T120. Torque is up also, with 81 pound-feet of torque available at a low 3,950 rpm. Triumph claims this to be a 37.5-percent improvement in pull over the 2019 Street Scrambler. Remember though, the new Street Scrambler packs Triumph’s 900cc parallel twin, so it makes sense to see such a dramatic difference. Both versions are liquid-cooled and come with ride by wire, and have 10,000-mile service intervals and six-speed transmissions.