Harley-Davidson X440 vs Triumph Speed 400 – Comparison Guide
Harley-Davidson X440 vs Triumph Speed 400: With their unique products and competitive pricing, Harley-Davidson and Triumph Motorcycles have both joined the sub-500cc motorcycle segment of the Indian market. Hero MotoCorp will construct the new Harley-Davidson X440, while Bajaj Auto will make the Triumph Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X in India.
The two brands may now price their different motorcycles competitively thanks to this. Now that the Harley-Davidson X440 and the Triumph Speed 400 are offered at prices that are almost comparable, they are rivals in India.
Harley-Davidson X440 vs Triumph Speed 400: Features
The new Harley-Davidson X440 is equipped with dual-channel ABS, full-LED lighting, and a colour TFT display. Additionally, the top-spec model has a Bluetooth module that gives this motorcycle turn-by-turn navigation. The Triumph Speed 400 now has dual-channel ABS and full LED as well. The British model does, however, further profit from a traction control technology for improved rider safety. Notably, the Speed 400 lacks Bluetooth connectivity and a colour TFT display. Instead, it has an analogue speedometer and LCD display.
Harley-Davidson X440 vs Triumph Speed 400: Power
Between the two, the new Harley-Davidson X440 has a displacement edge thanks to its single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled, 440cc engine. 27 horsepower and 38 Nm of maximum torque are produced by this motor. The Triumph Speed 400, on the other hand, produces greater power thanks to its liquid-cooled arrangement. A 398.15cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that produces 39.5bhp and 37.5Nm of maximum torque powers the Speed 400. The gearbox on both motorcycles has six speeds. With a kerb weight of 176kg, the Speed 400 has a weight advantage as well. The Harley-Davidson X440 weighs 190.5kg (kerb) in contrast.
Harley-Davidson X440 vs Triumph Speed 400: Hardware
The suspension components of the X440 are twin, gas-charged, preload-adjustable rear shocks and 43mm upside-down front forks built around a trellis frame. On both wheels, single-disc brakes are used for braking. The Triumph Speed 400 also has front forks that are mounted upside-down and disc brakes on both wheels. However, the Harley-Davidson motorcycle has twin-sided springs while the Anglo-Indian motorcycle has a rear mono-shock.
Harley-Davidson X440 vs Triumph Speed 400: Price
The base model of the new Harley-Davidson is priced at Rs. 2.29 lakh and is offered in three variations. Prices for the midrange and high-end versions are respectively Rs. 2.49 lakh and Rs. 2.69 lakh. The Triumph Speed 400, in contrast, is only available in one configuration and is aggressively priced at Rs. 2.33 lakh. Notably, the ex-showroom pricing would be Rs. 2.23 lakh for the first 10,000 clients.