A screenshot of the on-road price of the Triumph Speed 400 has been circulating on social media, claiming it will sell for $338 thousand. Now, Bajaj Auto, which will produce the Speed 400 at its new factory in Chakan, has released an official statement dispelling the rumor. The manufacturer says that an official on-road price guide has yet to be released, so the leaked screenshots are incorrect.
Triumph Announces Speed 400 Pricing That Will Take The Market By Storm $233,000 ex-showroom. The icing on the cake is that the first 10,000 customers will receive the following benefits: $223,000 ex-showroom.
Bajaj Auto’s official press release states: “At Bajaj Auto Ltd., we are committed to our customers and adhere to the highest standards of transparency, including pricing. We urge all customers and the media to ignore rumors circulating on various public and social media platforms about the Rumors of Triumph Speed 400 road pricing. The company has not released any road price guide and likewise will release any road price guide. In line with its other products and industry norms. The document will be released on July 10. The Speed 400 is already on display in Delhi The ex-showroom price of INR 2.23 is released for the first 10,000 customers and thereafter will be adjusted to the regular price of INR 2.33 ex-showroom. State-specific ex-showroom and on-road pricing will be released closer to deliveries.”
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Screenshots circulated on social media showing insurance costs $23, 592, introduction kit $8,500, shipping $17,000, the RTO fee is $3,937, RSA 6,016 and road tax $46,553.Ex-showroom prices are $Rs 2.33 lakh, on-road price comes out after adding extras $3,38,598. It’s unclear what the introductory kit contains and why shipping costs are so high. Now, though, we’ll have to wait until July 10 when Triumph officially announces on-road prices.
First published date: Jul 8, 2023 at 11:39 AM CST