Harley-Davidson X440 delivery in India to start from October 15

The delivery of Harley-Davidson X440, the first product from Harley-Davidson and Hero MotoCorp, will begin on October 15 in India.

Harley-Davidson X440 delivery will begin on October 15 in India. The X440 was developed as the first product from the partnership between Harley-Davidson and Hero MotoCorp.

The bike was launched at a starting price of Rs 2.29 lakh and going up to Rs 2.69 lakh for the top-spec S variant. However, after a month of the launch of the Harley-Davidson X440’s launch, prices of this new entry-level bike was hiked by Rs 10,500, across all three variants. With the price hike, the base Denim variant now has a price tag of Rs 2,39,500, which earlier was priced at Rs 2.29 lakh, and the mid-tier Vivid variant is priced at Rs 2,59,500 from the earlier cost of Rs 2.49 lakh. The top-spec S variant now costs Rs 2,79,500 against an earlier price of Rs 2.69 lakh. 

The bookings for the bike were opened at an amount of Rs 5,000. The next booking window for the entry-level bike from the manufacturer will open the following day of deliveries.

The company claims that the X440 has received 25,000 bookings nationwide and that the top-spec ‘S’ variant accounts for about 65 percent of that number.

The X440 is powered by an air-/oil-cooled, 440cc, single-cylinder engine that makes 27hp at 6,000rpm and 38Nm of torque at 4,000rpm. It is paired with a 6-speed gearbox. It is covered with a steel trellis frame. It gets a 43mm USD fork and twin shock absorber setup. Braking duties are handled by a large 320mm front rotor and dual-channel ABS is standard. The HD X440 has a 13.5-litre fuel tank and weighs 190.5kg.

The base Denim variant of the X440 comes with wire-spoke rims and minimal badging, while the mid-tier Vivid variant comes with alloy wheels and dual-tone paint options. The top-spec S variant comes with diamond-cut alloy wheels, machined engine cooling fins, 3D badging and a colour TFT dash with Bluetooth connectivity, enabling navigation and notification alerts.

We’ve also learnt that Hero is working on its bike based on this platform, but it will have its own distinct identity. Tap here to read more about the Hero X440 derivative.

Also Read: Harley-Davidson X440 Bookings Reach Over 25,000 In A Month

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