BREAKING: Triumph Speed 400 Launched at 2.23 Lac

Triumph Speed 400 price is extremely aggressive and Bajaj is hurrying up with the deliveries as well. Read on for more details…

At an event in Akurdi today, Triumph has officially announced the launch of its all-new 400s in the Indian market. It should be noted that we will be the first market in the world to get these motorcycles – the Speed 400 and Scrambler 400X.

The Brit maker, however, only revealed the price of the Speed 400 and the same for the Scrambler will come later. And here it is..

Speed 400 Price

Speed 400Rs 2.23* Lac
price ex-showroom Delhi

The original price of the Speed 400 is Rs 2.33 Lacs, however, the first 10,000 customers will get it at this discounted price of Rs 2.23 Lac.

While we are at it, let me also inform you that BikeAdvice was the closest in predicting the price of the Speed 400. In a video posted couple of days back here, I had clearly said that the roadster may come at around Rs 2.10-2.20 Lacs and I have also shared my reasons of the same. This is, when everybody else was predicting it to be introduced at Rs 2.50-3.0 Lac!

Here is a refresher then. The Speed 400 is powered by a new 398.15cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, single cylinder engine. It churns 40 PS of peak power at 8000 rpm and 37.5 Nm of max torque at 6500 rpm. Triumph says maximum amount of torque is available between right from 3000 to 9000 rpm which should translate into a very interesting ride.

Key features include 43 mm golden colored upside down front forks, dual channel ABS, torque assist clutch, all-LED lighting, traction control that can be switched off and ride by wire throttle.

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And while you may have to wait for the Scrambler, the Speed 400 will be available right from this month of July itself! Bajaj, which is manufacturing these motorcycles at the new Chakan plant, promises that the Speed 400 will be available by the second half of July.

So, what do you think – are we up for some real fun in the modern classic segment in India..?