Triumph has recently launched the Speed 400 in India. The roadster is on sale for INR 2.33 lakh. Already the company has received more than 10,000 bookings. The first 10,000 customers will get an introductory price of INR 2.23 lakh (ex-showroom). The hotly anticipated bike is expected to take on the likes of Royal Enfield’s 350-411cc bikes, Harley Davidson X440 along with Honda H’ness 350, Jawa 42, Yezdi Roadster and TVS Ronin amongst others.
The Triumph Speed 400 has been developed under a joint-venture with Bajaj Auto. The bike comes with a modern design. Some of it takes inspiration from the larger Speed Twin 900. Customers can pick the Speed 400 in three colour choices – Carnival Red, Caspian Blue and Phantom Black.
Specifications of the Triumph Speed 400
The Triumph Speed 400 measures 2,056 mm in length, 795 mm in width and 1,075 mm in height. The bike gets a 1,377 mm long wheelbase and the seat height is set at 790 mm. The kerb weight of Speed 400 is 176 kg.
The bike comes with 17-inch alloys all around shod in 110/70-section front and 150/60-section rear rubber.
The front suspension set-up consists of 43 mm big piston suspension with 140 mm of travel at the. Meanwhile the rear comes with a mono shock. The rear unit gets preload adjustment.
Brakes come in the form of 300mm disc with quad-piston callipers at the front and a 230 mm disc. Dual-channel ABS is offered as standard.
Features of the Triumph Speed 400
The British brand has offered many features on the Triumph Speed 400. These include ride-by-wire, all-LED lights and a semi-digital instrument cluster. The bike also gets switchable traction control and dual-channel ABS. The instrument cluster helps the rider with dual odometers, fuel level, gear indicator and more.
Coming to convenience features, the Speed 400 is equipped with a USB C port for phone or accessory charging.
Powertrain of the Triumph Speed 400
Triumph has equipped the SPeed 400 with a 398cc liquid cooled motor, This engine develops 39.5 BHP @ 8,000 rpm and offers a peak torque of 37.5 Nm @ 6,500 rpm. Power is sent to the rear wheel using a 6-speed gearbox.