Triumph Motorcycles India has commenced the deliveries of its most affordable motorcycle, the Speed 400, in various cities across the country. Deliveries have already begun in Mumbai, Pune, and Hyderabad, and they will soon be extended to more cities.
The first 10,000 Speed 400 units, which were offered at a special cost of Rs 2.23 lakhs, and got favourable reviews in the Indian market, have already been consumed. According to dealer sources, the waiting time for the new Speed 400 varies by location and ranges from 10 weeks up to 16 weeks.
Triumph Motorcycles India currently has a production capacity of 5,000 units per month in Bajaj Auto's Chakan plant in India. This, however, could be further increased to keep up with the demand.
The Scrambler 400X, Triumph Motorcycles India's second-most cheap motorbike, is now getting ready to go on sale in India. The Speed 400's engine platform is also used by this new model. In India, it is slated to debut in October of this year. Both online and in-country stores are presently accepting reservations for the two motorcycles.
Triumph Motorcycles India has reached a critical milestone with the introduction of the Speed 400. The corporation has consistently gained its market share in India over the past few years, and the Speed 400 is anticipated to aid in the continuation of this pattern. The motorbike will have to compete with other reasonably priced performance bikes in the Indian market, such the Kawasaki Ninja 300, Royal Enfield Meteor 350, and Bajaj Dominar 400.
Here are some additional details about the Triumph Speed 400:
- The Speed 400 is powered by a 398.15cc single-cylinder engine.
- The bike has a 39.5 hp and 37.5 Nm of torque.
- The bike has a top speed of around 160 kmph.
- It gets a 300mm disc brake at the front and a 230mm disc brake at the rear.
- The alloy wheels on it are 17 inches in diameter, one at the front and one at the back.
- It gets a full-LED headlamp, a LED tail lamp, and LED turn indicators.
- It gets a semi-digital instrument cluster.