Triumph launches Speed 400 at 2.33 lakh

Triumph-Bajaj collaboration has been in talks since 2018. Now, the wait is finally over. The duo has produced two new well-built and rugged motorcycles with clean fit & finish, Triumph Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X. Triumph launches Speed 400 at Rs 2.33 lakh while the price of Scrambler 400 X is not out yet.

Surprisingly, for the first 10,000 units, the bike will cost 2.23 lakh. Both the bikes have received 10,000 bookings within 10 days of the launch. Triumph will commence the deliveries of Speed 400 in late July. As I have said earlier, the price of Scrambler 400 X has yet to be revealed but will be available in October.

Triumph Speed 400 – Engine & Gearbox

Triumph Speed 400 comes with an all-new TR series 398.15 cc Liquid-cooled, 4 valve, DOHC, single-cylinder (Euro 5 compliant) engine that churns out 40 PS / 39.5 bhp (29.4 kW) of power @ 8,000 rpm. The torque output of this motorcycle is 37.5 Nm @ 6,500 rpm. The bike comes with a 6-speed gearbox.


Triumph Speed 400 – Built & Features 

Moreover, the Speed 400 is made in India by Bajaj. The duo has not only kept the quality of the bike very high but also the bike’s parts, fit & finish are also kept very premium. From the looks of the bike, it certainly has the DNA of Triumph motorcycles. The beautifully sculpted fuel tank, premium paint finish, trademarked black powder-coated engine casings, and tough gold anodized forks markedly ensure the premium quiotient of this bike.


The Triumph Speed 400 specifically comes with all the modern rider-focused technology. It offers full-LED lighting, a semi-digital instrument cluster, ride-by-wire throttle, a switchable traction control system, dual-channel ABS(switchable in Scrambler 400 X), and security; it gets an anti-theft immobilizer as standard.

This bike gets an Analogue speedometer with an integrated full-featured LCD. Also, it is good to read even in sunlight.


Triumph Speed 400 – Ergonomics

The Triumph Speed 400 has a Hybrid spine/perimeter, tubular steel, bolt-on rear subframe with high-quality suspension. Altogether, it provides both a neutral and confidence-inspiring nimble ride. With a seat height of 790mm, this motorcycle gives you a natural riding position. With the feet-down maneuvering, it is suitable for new and experienced riders. 

The bike has a wet weight of 176 kg and is easy to maneuver in the city. Thanks to its wide 814 mm handlebars. Also, the seats are cushiony with premium quality finishing on it.

The front suspension gets 43mm upside-down Big Piston forks with 140mm wheel travel. The rear suspension gets Gas mono-shock.

Tyres & Brakes

The front & rear wheel of Speed 400 is 17 inches with a 10-spoke cast aluminum alloy. The front tyre of the bike is 110/70 R17. The rear tyre is 150/60 R17 (Apollo), providing a perfect city grip.

To stop this beast brakes of this bike have to be good. Therefore, Triumph-Bajaj has nailed it by providing a 300mm fixed disc front brake, a four-piston radial caliper, and ABS. On the rear, it gets a 230mm disc brake with a floating caliper and ABS.

Value for money

Triumph is offering a two-year warranty with unlimited kilometers straightaway. Surprisingly, the Speed 400 service interval is at 16,000 km. Yes, you read it right: the first service of the bike is at 16,000 km; therefore, the running cost of this bike will be very low. About the mileage of this bike, it will give you between 30-35 km per litre. So, it is a bike to consider at a price point of 2.33 lakh from Triumph.

Triumph is going to sell it in its own showrooms; hence, it will be challenging as there are not too many Triumph outlets in India. The manufacturer is significantly working on expanding its outlets. They believe without a doubt that Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X are both going to perform well.


Its Competitors are the Harley Davidson 440 X, Honda H’ness CB 530, Royal Enfield Classic 350, and Meteor 350. Let’s see who beats who.

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