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Triumph Speed 400: Get ‘Made for India’ powerful bike at affordable price

New Delhi: British two-wheeler manufacturer Triumph has recently launched a powerful engine bike in India at an affordable price. The name of this cool bike is the Speed 400. The competition for this bike is being told in the market with the motorcycles of Royal Enfield and Jawa. The Triumph Speed 400 has a 6-speed […]

Edited By : Yashashvi Tak | Updated: Jul 16, 2023 18:53 IST
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New Delhi: British two-wheeler manufacturer Triumph has recently launched a powerful engine bike in India at an affordable price. The name of this cool bike is the Speed 400. The competition for this bike is being told in the market with the motorcycles of Royal Enfield and Jawa.

The Triumph Speed 400 has a 6-speed manual gearbox. It has a single-cylinder, 398.15 cc, powerful engine. It gets LED headlamps, an analogue instrument cluster with LCD, and a switchable traction control system.

You can pre-book the Triumph Speed 400 on the official website of Triumph India by paying a token amount of Rs 2,000. For safety, it gets disc brakes and dual-channel ABS. The bike’s engine will generate 39.5 bhp of power and 37.5 nm of torque.

The bike gets 43 mm upside-down (USD) front forks and a gas-charged mono-shock absorber at the rear, which gives the rider a comfortable ride on rough roads. The bike has attractive colour options and a comfortable seat design.

ABS technology reduces the risk of accidents. This system runs off the wheel sensor. Those who sense harsh road conditions activate the ABS. In this case, sudden braking during an accident gives the driver more time to control the vehicle than the normal braking system. The sensor automatically engages the anti-lock brakes. When the wheels of a vehicle lock up when the brakes are applied, there is a possibility of the vehicle skidding dangerously on the road surface (especially on wet surfaces).

ABS is activated in the event of a tyre slip. This prevents lock-up and skidding in slippery conditions. Using ABS is very different from using regular brakes. If you are braking normally at a stop sign, red light, or slow-moving vehicle ahead of you, the ABS system will not activate. The ABS will automatically activate when the brakes are applied suddenly at high speeds.

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First published on: Jul 16, 2023 06:53 PM IST

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