Hero Mavrick 440 Unveiled: Full Specs Revealed!

Hero Mavrick 440 Unveiled: Full Specs Revealed!

Hero MotoCorp has finally unveiled its highly anticipated Mavrick 440 at the Hero World 2024. Sporting a, you guessed it, 440cc engine, the Hero Mavrick 440 is Hero’s biggest-capacity bike. It is based on the Harley-Davidson X440 but looks different and aims to have its own identity.

It showcases a sculpted metal tank with beefy tank extensions, metal fenders, and brushed metal finish on the side panels (only for the top-end variant), enhancing its overall muscular styling. The Mavrick 440 gets a spacious sculpted single-piece seat with 60mm foam cushioning and has wide handlebars for a comfortable riding stance. It features a sharper exhaust, which in our opinion, looks better than the one in the X440. At the back, the somewhat stubby tail section is complemented by a lengthy number plate holder with integrated indicators.

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 Hero Mavrick 440

1. Design and Aesthetics: The Hero Mavrick 440 makes a bold entrance with and its distinctive design, and also marrying rugged the aesthetics with the modern elements. The adventure bike features a robust frame, and the high-mounted front fender, and a sculpted fuel tank that is not only enhances its visual appeal but it also speaks to be its off-road capabilities. The Mavrick 440 is designed to be catch the eye of the adventure enthusiasts, with the its aggressive stance and the attention to detail setting it apart from the crowd.

2. Engine and Performance: At the heart of the Hero Mavrick 440 is a powerful engine that promises an exhilarating riding experience. The bike is likely to be equipped with a high-performance, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine, delivering a balance of power and efficiency. The exact power output and torque figures are eagerly awaited, but Hero MotoCorp's reputation for engineering reliable and robust engines instills confidence in the Mavrick 440's performance capabilities.

3. Chassis and Suspension: Adventure bikes demand a sturdy chassis and capable suspension to tackle diverse terrains. The Mavrick 440 is expected to feature a robust frame that provides stability and durability, essential for off-road adventures. The suspension system, likely a combination of front telescopic forks and a rear monoshock, is designed to absorb shocks and deliver a comfortable ride, whether on city streets or challenging trails.

4. Braking System and Safety Features: Safety is paramount, especially in the world of adventure riding. The Hero Mavrick 440 is anticipated to come equipped with a reliable braking system, featuring disc brakes at both ends for precise control. Additionally, advanced safety features such as ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) may be integrated to enhance braking efficiency and rider confidence, especially during challenging riding conditions.

5. Technology and Connectivity: The Mavrick 440 is not just about raw power; it embraces technology to elevate the riding experience. An advanced instrument cluster with a digital display is expected to provide riders with crucial information, including speed, fuel levels, trip data, and more. Connectivity features, such as Bluetooth integration for smartphone pairing, may also be incorporated, allowing riders to stay connected on the go.

6. Ergonomics and Comfort: Long rides demand comfort, and the Hero Mavrick 440 is designed with rider comfort in mind. The bike's ergonomics are tailored to provide a comfortable riding posture, ensuring that adventurers can spend extended hours on the saddle without fatigue. The seat design, handlebar positioning, and overall ergonomics are carefully crafted to strike a balance between control and comfort.

7. Off-Road Capability: Adventure motorcycles are judged by their off-road prowess, and the Hero Mavrick 440 aims to excel in this aspect. With features like knobby tires, high ground clearance, and a rugged chassis, the Mavrick 440 is poised to handle a variety of terrains, from gravel paths to challenging dirt trails. Whether it's a weekend off-road escapade or a daily commute, the Mavrick 440 is engineered to inspire confidence in the rider.

8. Customization Options: Hero MotoCorp understands that riders appreciate personalization, and the Mavrick 440 is likely to offer customization options. From accessory packages to color choices, riders may have the flexibility to tailor their Mavrick 440 to suit their individual style and preferences. This level of personalization enhances the bond between the rider and their machine, creating a truly unique ownership experience.

9. Price and Market Impact: The pricing of the Hero Mavrick 440 is a key factor that will influence its market reception. Hero MotoCorp has a history of offering competitively priced motorcycles, and the Mavrick 440 is expected to follow suit. The combination of features, performance, and pricing will determine the bike's impact on the adventure motorcycle segment, potentially attracting a new wave of riders to the Hero family.

The Mavrick 440 will be available in three variants. The base variant with the Arctic White colour gets spoked wheels, while the mid-spec variants, available in either Celestial Blue or Fearless Red, comes with a dual-tone paint scheme and alloy wheels. On the other hand, the top-of-the-line variant gets Phantom Black and Enigma Black colour schemes, fitted with machined alloy wheels and machined engine fins, along with connectivity as  standard.

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 Hero Mavrick 440

Here are the key Points of the Hero Mavrick 440

  • Air-/oil-cooled 440cc SOHC single-cylinder engine
  • 27.3PS at 6000rpm (same as X440) and 36Nm at 4000rpm (2Nm less than the X440)
  • 90 percent of the peak torque at accessible from 2000rpm, same as the X440
  • 6-speed gearbox with a slip-and-assist clutch
  • All-LED lighting setup includes an LED projector headlight that automatically lights up, depending on the ambient lighting
  • Negative LCD display with smartphone connectivity
  • It offers turn-by-turn navigation, call and SMS alerts, digital clock, low fuel indicator, distance to empty, estimated time of arrival (ETA), and a phone battery indicator
  • Also gets e-Sim connectivity that provides access to live tracking and 35 other features via the Connected 2.0 tech.
  • 13.5-litre fuel tank capacity, same as the Harley X440
  • Built on a trellis frame
  • 43mm telescopic fork and 7-step preload adjustable twin shocks, both with 130mm wheel travel
  • 17-inch wheels wrapped with 110-section (front) and 150-section (rear) zero-degree steel belted radial tyres from MRF
  • 803mm seat height (2mm less than the X440)
  • 175mm ground clearance (5mm more than the X440)
  • The alloy variant weighs 187kg, spoked variant is 191kg while the X440 weighs 190.5kg


Hero has not disclosed the pricing details yet, but we expect the bike to be priced at around Rs 2 lakh (ex-showroom) for the base variant. Booking of the Hero Mavrick 440 will start in February, shortly followed by the price announcements, and Hero promises to start deliveries by April 2024. The Mavrick 440 competes against the Royal Enfield Classic 350, Honda H’ness CB 350, Jawa 42 and Yezdi Roadster. More powerful neo-retro offerings like the Triumph Speed 400 or the Honda CB300R can also be considered alternatives.

In conclusion, the Hero Mavrick 440 stands as a testament to Hero MotoCorp's commitment to innovation and adventure. With its bold design, powerful performance, and a host of features, the Mavrick 440 is poised to carve its niche in the adventure motorcycle market. As riders eagerly await its availability, the Mavrick 440 promises to be more than just a motorcycle; it represents the spirit of exploration and the thrill of the open road. With full specs now revealed, the anticipation builds for the moment riders can embark on their own adventures astride the Hero Mavrick 440.