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The X 440 is Harley-Davidson’s first single-cylinder motorcycle since the SX 250 in 1978
The Harley-Davidson X440 is finally here and sports real aggressive pricing, but does it have what it takes to disrupt the segment and be crowned the new king? We ride it at Hero’s CIT to find out
The torque on the X440 pulls you nicely to the exit apex and onwards.
Editor Sirish Chandran was on hand at the Harley-Davidson X440 global unveil at Hero MotoCorp’s CIT in Jaipur and then rode the bike on the CIT test track. Being a Harley owner himself, here is his op ...
The X440 will be powered by a 440cc single-cylinder engine
Amreetam Basu
2 min read
Co-developed with Hero MotoCorp, the X440 roadster gets a 440cc single-cylinder engine
Triumph Speed 400 takes its inspiration from the Speed Twin 900
Lenny D'sa
3 min read
The entry level Triumph is made in collaboration with Bajaj and will take on the recently launched Harley Davidson X440
The Harley-Davidson X 440 comes with a 13.5-litre tank and weighs a total of 190.5kg with a full tank of gas
Dipan Sur
3 min read
The Harley-Davidson X 440 produces 27bhp and 38Nm with its long-stroke single-cylinder oil-cooled engine
Triumph Speed 400 and Scrambler 400X are powered by the same 398cc single-cylinder engine.
Mohit Vashisth
3 min read
The Triumph Speed 400 and Scrambler 400X are made in partnership with Bajaj and India launch is due on July 5th.
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