Bajaj Auto and Triumph Motorcycles teamed up in 2017 to innovate the best motorcycles in India with their strengths for innovative, high-quality motorcycles at affordable prices. And now Bajaj Auto and Triumph Motorcycles Revealed their new collaborative motorcycles on 27 June in London, UK.
This motorcycle, Triumph Street 400 and the Street Scrambler 400—will be manufactured by Bajaj Auto in its Chakan plant in Maharashtra and launched in India on 5 July 2023. and this is the offering of an addition to the motorcycle market.
Triumph Street 400 and Street Scrambler 400: Specifications
Triumph Street 400 and Street Scrambler 400 are the best upcoming bikes with specifications like a 398CC displacement and a single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. The engine produces a power of 39.5 bhp at 8000 Rpm and a torque of 37.5 Nm at 6500 Rpm. It features a fuel tank of 13 liters and a 6-speed manual transmission with a multi-plate and split clutch.
Triumph Street 400 and Street Scrambler 400: Features
Regarding its features, the Street 400 and Scrambler 400 X come with an analog Speedometer with an integrated full feature LCD, wheelbase of 1377mm and 1418mm, all led with DRL and rear light signature, Accessible 790 mm and 841mm seat height. Street 400 is made in the three variations of the Color carnival red, Caspian blue, and phantom black. Street Scrambler 400 X is also made in three different variations Mat Khaki Green, carnival red, and pathname black.
Regarding brakes and wheels, the Street 400 bike comes with 17-inch alloy wheels and road-going tires, and the Street Scrambler 400 bike comes with a 19-inch front wheel, a long-travel suspension setup, and perhaps even a different sub-frame. Brakes are slightly different, with the Scrambler sporting a slightly larger 320mm front disc than the Speed’s 300mm unit.
The Speed 400 measures 2056 mm in length, 1075 mm tall, and 795 mm in width with 170 curb weight, and the Scrambler 400X measures 1169 mm in height without the mirror and 901 mm in width with 186 curb Weight.
The Speed 400 and The Scrambler 400 X bring Triumph’s modern classic bike experience to more riders than ever before.