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Hero Mavrick 440

After unveiling it at Hero World 2024, Hero MotoCorp has finally launched its most powerful and expensive motorcycle in India, the Mavrick 440. 

It is based on the Harley-Davidson X440, which is also developed and engineered by Hero Motocorp. The Mavrick 440 is more affordable, but this bike distinguishes itself with a distinctive design language and feature set. So, if you are planning to purchase one, here are the five things you must know about the Hero Mavrick 440. 


The Hero Mavrick 440 resembles a roadster and sports neo-retro design language. The Mavrick distinguishes itself with a distinctive design language and feature set. The motorcycles include elements like the round LED headlight, sharp side panels, and muscular fuel tank, contributing to its roadster appeal.

Hero Bikes launched the Mavrick 440 in five color options – Arctic White, Fearless Red, Celestial Blue, Enigma Black, and Phantom Black. 


The Mavrick 440 has many features, including a fully digital console with smartphone connectivity for turn-by-turn navigation, SMS and call alerts, a low fuel indicator, and distance to empty readings. Moreover, the top bike variant gets the e-Sim-based connectivity feature, providing access to over 35 functions via the Connected 2.0 app, including real-time information and tracking capabilities. 

Engine and Specs

The Hero Mavrick 440 is powered by a 440cc, single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled engine, co-developed with Harley Davidson for the X440. This motor makes 27bhp and a peak torque of 36 Nm of torque. It is linked to a six-speed transmission gearbox and benefits from a slipper clutch. The powertrain and its output figures for the Hero Mavrick are the same as its American counterpart; it is poised to enhance its performance and rideability.


The Mavrick 440 has a telescopic fork at the front and 7-step twin shocks at the rear. Its disc brakes include a 320mm front and a 240mm rear disc, both with dual-channel ABS mounted on 17-inch wheels. The base variant of the bike features spoke wheels, the mid variant has alloy wheels. The top variant is equipped with sporting diamond-cut alloy wheels.

Price and Variants

The Mavrick 400 is launched in three variants – Base, Mid, and Top. They all differ in features, color schemes, hardware, and price. The bike is now available at an introductory price of Rs 1.99 lakhs for the base model. The mid and top variants are priced at Rs 2.14 lakhs and Rs 2.24 lakhs, respectively. (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi).

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