Harley-Davidson VS Royal Enfield: Harley has recently launched its cheapest bike Harley-Davidson X 440 in the Indian market. After this, bike lovers have become confused between it and the Royal Enfield 350 motorcycle. Let us tell you about the features and price of these Cruisers.
Harley-Davidson X440: Variants
The bike is powered by a single-cylinder engine, which gives 6,000 rpm. It gets 43 mm USD fork and twin shock absorber suspension. The starting price of the bike is Rs 2.29 lakh ex-showroom. The bike has a 440cc petrol engine. This engine generates 27 hp power and 38 Nm peak torque on the road. The bike has a 6-speed gearbox. Spoke rims have been given in the base variant of Harley-Davidson X 440. At the same time, advanced features like TFT dash, Bluetooth connectivity will be available in the top variant.
The bike has dual ABS system with disc brake. The total weight of the bike is 190.5 kg. It has a fuel tank of 13.5 litres. The Harley-Davidson X 440 gets 18 and 17-inch alloy wheels. Three variants Denim, Vivid and S have been offered in it. Features like mid-set footpegs, flat handlebar, digital instrument cluster, LCD headlight have been given in it.
Royal Enfield Classic 350: Engine
The bike gets a digital insert which houses the tripmeter, fuel level, clock, odometer and eco indicator. The bike gets a 5-speed gearbox. Its total weight is 195 kg. Royal Enfield Classic 350 gets 349cc single cylinder engine. The bike has features like turn-by-turn navigation pod and USB port.
The starting price of Royal Enfield Classic 350 in the market is Rs 1.93 lakh to Rs 2.25 lakh ex-showroom. It gets tubeless tyres, and gets a semi-digital instrument console with analogue speedometer and tail-tail lights. This bike gives 6,100 rpm. The bike produces 20.2 bhp power and 27 Nm peak torque.
The bike gives a high mileage of 41 kmpl. For safety, disc brakes have been given in both the wheels of this bike. It gets a semi-digital instrument console. The bike has the option of a single alloy wheel and dual-channel ABS.