Triumph Speed 400 on-road prices

The Triumph Speed 400, launched a week ago, is shaking up the two-wheeler industry by its price. Now, the manufacturer reveals the Triumph Speed 400’s on-road prices. Though it was introduced at 2.23 lakh for the first 10,000 customers, the on-road prices are according to the 2.33 lakh ex-showroom price tag.

Triumph Speed 400’s on-road prices

The Triumph Speed 400 motorcycle is the most affordable in Delhi, with an on-road price of Rs 2,67,927. In the state of Goa, the price of the motorcycle is Rs 2,86,669. In Mumbai & Hyderabad, the prices of this Triumph Speed 400 are almost identical, costing Rs 2,87,074 in the former and Rs 2,87,247 in the latter. The Triumph Speed 400 is the costliest in Karnataka at Rs 3,05,869.

DelhiRs 2,67,927
GoaRs 2,86,669
MumbaiRs 2,87,074
HyderabadRs 2,87,247
KarnatakaRs 3,05,869

Triumph Speed 400’s competitors on-road price

Chiefly, the price of the Triumph Speed 400 is very competitive. The major competition that the Triumph Speed 400 will get is from the Harley Davidson X440, Honda CB350, and RE Classic. The Harley Davidson X440s’ on-road price is 2.70 lakh (New Delhi). It not only makes it a direct but tough competition. The Honda CB350’s on-road Price in Delhi is Rs 2.38 lakh, and it is also the most trustworthy brand.

The RE classic is price is Rs 2.20 lakh on road Delhi. Royal Enfield is not only the most affordable among all but also very close to India’s heart. Keeping the price competitive can be a game changer as youth love experimenting. One more thing is that people also get bore of those regular brands and want to try something new like Triumph Speed 400. 

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Triumph Speed 400’s Ride

The first thing that I observed while riding the bike was that it is compact. The size may be an issue for one and boon for another. Its size makes it easy to handle in the city especially. Triumph Speed 400 can be your daily commuter, where you have to rush from one place to another. The acceleration is quiet linear and the bike feels very nimble. The sitting position is sporty and can trouble in the long rides. Also, the engine of Triumph Speed 400 heats up, which can be a problem in the summers.

Triumph Speed 400’s upcoming competitors

Considering the prices, the Triumph Speed 400 will face tough competition from many brands. KTM has also launched its Duke 390 Gen 3, which is costlier but is an option to consider. Adding a few bucks more, you get a very well-built and feature-rich motorcycle. The ergonomics, handling, brakes, and overall design of the Triumph Speed 400 gives you confidence on the road.

The KTM Duke 390 will also compete with the TVS Apache RTR 310, which is also priced closely. It has many first-in-segment features that make this bike unique. Talking about features, you can read our article by clicking on the bike’s name.

Speed 400 will also compete against its sibling, the Scrambler 400X. The price difference is going to be a little. A difference of Rs 30,000 to Rs 40,000 will be there. So, people who want a bigger bike with a few bucks more will go for it. At this price point, a scrambler suits more, considering the Indian road conditions.

Lastly, the Himalayan 452 is also on the way. Royal Enfield has already launched a Scram 411 a long time before, and now they are coming with the Himalayan 452. It is more powerful than before as the engine capacity is also increased. So, RE is now planning the Himalayan 452 as a tough off-roader that can go anywhere and on any terrain.

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