Deliveries of the recently launched Speed 400 from Triumph Motorcycles are now underway in India. Deliveries for the model have already begun in locations like Mumbai, Pune, as well as Hyderabad, with deliveries in other cities expected to begin over the next few days. The ex-showroom pricing of the new Triumph Speed 400 motorcycle currently stands at Rs 2.33 lakh. The on-road cost of the bike in Delhi, however, increases to Rs 2.63 lakh (ex-showroom). A significant number of customers in the nation have already expressed interest in the Triumph Speed 400 due to its competitive price and high-quality hardware components. We anticipate a further spike in these figures in the weeks to come. Having said that, there are presently 15 Triumph dealerships in India. Moreover, between October and March 2024, this number is expected to increase to 50 and 100 dealerships, respectively. The upcoming Triumph outlets will likely be distributed over 80 cities in India.
Triumph Speed 400: On-road Prices
For the first 10,000 buyers, the Speed 400 was made available for a very appealing starting price of Rs 2.23 lakh. Triumph and Bajaj swiftly surpassed 10,000 reservations, and the current cost of the bike is now Rs 2.33 lakh. Both prices are ex-showroom. The bikemaker recently revealed the on-road prices for the Speed 400 as well. The latest model has an on-road price of Rs 2.63 lakh in Delhi. Furthermore, in cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Pune, and Goa, the on-road cost of this vintage roadster is nearly the same, ranging from Rs 2.86 lakh to Rs 2.87 lakh. However, the on-road prices of this motorcycle have not yet been disclosed by a number of other Triumph dealerships, and are expected to be announced soon.
Triumph Speed 400: Engine Details
A 398cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine producing 39.5bhp of maximum power at 8,000rpm and 37.5Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm powers the new entry-level Triumph. The 6-speed gearbox is paired with this brand-new unit, which is known as the TR-series. Although the output figures are comparable to those of the KTM 390s, which are also manufactured in India by Bajaj, this British product achieves its top figures sooner in the rev band.
Triumph Speed 400: Hardware
The Speed 400 has dual-channel ABS disc brakes up front and on the back, as well as USD front forks and a monoshock for suspension. It gets a 300mm front disc. The bike also receives 17-inch alloy wheels with road-biased tyres.
Triumph Speed 400: Feature List
The bike's equipment list includes dual-channel ABS, a ride-by-wire throttle, a switchable traction control system, full LED lighting, a semi-digital instrument cluster, and an anti-theft immobiliser. The instrument cluster features a sizable analogue speedometer, an LCD screen, a fuel gauge, a tachometer, and a gear indicator. For the Speed 400, the manufacturer also offers an extensive selection of up to 25 additional accessories, enabling customers to further personalise and tailor their bikes to suit their preferences and requirements.
Triumph Speed 400: Rivals
Market competitors of the Speed 400 include the Harley-Davidson X440, the Bajaj Dominar 400, and the KTM 390 Duke.