Harley-Davidson X440 deliveries to begin in India on 15 Oct
Harley-Davidson has announced that it will commence deliveries of the all-new X440 in India on 15 October, 2023. The neo-retro roadster was launched at introductory prices ranging between Rs 2.29 lakh and Rs 2.69 lakh (ex-showroom). However, Hero MotoCorp, recently declared a price hike of Rs 10,500 across its three variants. As a result, the X440's Denim, Vivid, and S will now be priced at Rs 2,39,500, Rs 2,59,500, and Rs 2,79,500 (all ex-showroom), respectively.
It is to be noted that these new prices will be applicable on 4 August, 2023. In August, Harley-Davidson announced that the X440 has garnered over 25,000 bookings in the country. Co-developed with Hero MotoCorp, the X440 is the first and most-affordable single-cylinder Harley-Davidson to be produced in India.
Harley-Davidson X440: Highlights
The X440 is available in a choice of four paint options: Mustard Denim, Thick Red metallic, Matt Black, and Dark Silver metallic. It comes with a Bluetooth-enabled colour TFT display, an all-LED lighting, dual-channel ABS, KYB upside down front forks, a dual-spring rear shock absorber setup, ByBre calliper with a 320mm single front disc brake, and a 240mm single rear disc brake. Further, the X440 uses a 190/90 18 section front and a 140/70 17 section rear MRF Zapper Hyke tyres. The roadster has a ground clearance of 170mm and weighs 190.5kg.
Harley-Davidson X440: Powertrain
The Harley-Davidson X440 comes powered by a 440cc, single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled two-valve engine mated to a six-speed gearbox. This motor delivers 27.37PS at 6,000rpm and 38Nm of torque at 4,000rpm. Meanwhile, it competes against the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, 2024 KTM 390 Duke, Triumph Speed 400, and Royal Enfield Classic 350.
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