Triumph bike Speed 400 launched in India at Rs. 2.23 lakh
After officially unveiling the Speed 400 and Scramble 400X in June, Triumph India has officially launched the Speed 400 now. Here are all the details of the new Triumph motorcycle.
What are the design cues of the new Triumph Speed 400?
Triumph has equipped the new 400 with retro-modern bodywork. So, it gets a round LED headlight, LED turn indicators, a flat wide handlebar, and a nut-shaped fuel tank. Further, it gets a one-piece seat, tubular grab-rail, and upswept exhaust.
What’s the engine capacity for the new Triumph 400 bike?
A 398cc, liquid-cooled engine powers the new Triumph Speed 400. It makes 39.5bhp at 8,000rpm and 37.5Nm at 6,500rpm. This motor is linked to a six-speed gearbox.
What features does the Speed 400 get?
Apart from LED illumination, Triumph has equipped the bike with a semi-digital instrument console and switchable traction control. However, the Scrambler 400X gets heated grips too in its accessory package. The list of readouts on the instrument cluster includes the speedometer, trip meter, odometer, gear position indicator, fuel level reading, clock, and more.
What hardware does the Speed 400 get?
The suspension hardware comprises USD front forks and a monoshock and the braking hardware consists of a front and rear disc with dual-channel ABS. However, the Speed 400 gets a 300mm front disc, whereas the Scrambler 400X benefits from a larger 320mm unit. Then, the former rides on 17-inch alloys wrapped in road-biased tyres, whereas the latter gets a 19-inch front and a 17-inch rear wheel wrapped in 100/90 front and 140/80 rear dual-purpose tyres.
How much does the new Triumph Speed 400 cost?
Triumph has priced the Speed 400 at Rs. 2,23,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the first 10,000 customers. This makes it the most affordable motorcycle from the British bikemaker’s stable.
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