Triumph Motorcycles Announces On-Road Prices of Speed ​​400 in Different Cities

Triumph Motorcycles has posted on-road prices for the Speed ​​400 in various cities.The bike maker launched the Triumph Speed ​​400 earlier this month, priced at $233,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi) $10,000 discount for the first 10,000 customers.Road prices are now between $Rs. 2.67 lakh in Delhi, where housing prices are cheapest, up to $Mumbai and Pune have 287,000 people.

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| Updated on: July 14, 2023 at 16:12

Triumph has launched the Speed ​​400 in India starting at Rs 2.23 lakh (ex-showroom introductory price) for the first 10,000 customers. After the introductory offer ends, the price will go up by Rs 10,000.

On-road prices for the Triumph Speed ​​400 have come under scrutiny after a document purporting to come from a Triumph dealer was shared online. On the road prices seem to be inflated with fees like “starter kits”. $8,500 and shipping total $17,000.This pushes the final price of the Speed ​​400 to $At Rs 3.38 lakh, it is more than Rs 1 lakh more than the pre-showroom price.

Also read: Triumph Speed ​​400 launched in $223,000, lower than HD X440

Bajaj Auto and Triumph have similarly pledged price transparency following customer outcry over exorbitant on-road prices. A statement from the company read: “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 disregard rumors circulating on various public and social media platforms Rumors about on-road pricing for the new Speed ​​400. The company has not released any on-road price guide and the same will be in the future. In line with its other products and industry norms.”

Current on-road prices shared by Triumph dealers are approved by bike manufacturers. This includes road tax and registration fees, handling charges and insurance. Additional services such as roadside assistance (RSA), accessories and insurance add-ons will be billed separately and are optional for customers.

The Triumph Speed ​​400 will be produced at Bajaj Auto’s Chakan 2 plant in Maharashtra, with the manufacturer looking to produce the most affordable Triumph variant considering the very competitive pricing. This Indian-made global motorcycle is powered by a 398 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine with an output of 39.4 bhp at 8,000 rpm and a peak torque of 37.5 Nm at 6,500 rpm, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The bike is equipped with a 43mm USD fork and a rear monoshock with preload adjustability. Braking performance comes from disc brakes at both ends along with dual-channel ABS and traction control.

First published date: Jul 14, 2023 at 16:12 PM USST

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