Made-in-India  Harley Davidson x440 has been officially revealed and will go on sale this July

New Delhi: In India, Harley-Davidson has unveiled the X 440 motorcycle. Hero Motocorp and Harley Davidson collaborated on the development of the x440, an Indian-made motorcycle. The motorcycle is designed for young buyers looking to purchase an affordable Harley Davidson bike and is powered by an oil-cooled, single-cylinder 440cc engine.

Early in July 2023, the Harley Davidson x440 will be made available in India. It might cost 2.7 lakh rupees ex-showroom in the nation.

The motorcycle's bulky front is dominated by a sizable, vaguely square fuel tank. The seat kinks into the pillion section in a single piece. On either side of the motorcycle are robust grab rails. The exhaust setup seems uncomplicated.

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The MRF tyres on the Harley Davidson x440 have a vintage tread design. The front wheel is 18 inches in diameter, while the back wheel is 17 inches. A tubular frame holds the x 440 body in place. Twin shock absorbers with preload adjustment are included. 


On the front and rear wheels of the motorcycle, there are single disc brakes. It also comes standard with dual-channel ABS.

The Harley Davidson x440 is propelled by a single-cylinder, oil-cooled, 440 cc engine, as was already mentioned. Although this could be 40Nm, it is likely to have a 20hp output and a peak torque of 27Nm. 

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The first item produced as part of the Hero MotoCorp-Harley Davidson partnership will be the Harley Davidson x440. Hero MotoCorp CEO Niranjan Gupta stated earlier this month that the business is preparing for its highest ever model introductions this fiscal as it seeks to increase market share, particularly in the premium bike segment. Throughout this fiscal year, we will introduce new products every three months.

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In the company's history, this fiscal year will likely see the most launches, according to Gupta, who was speaking on an analyst call. He said that the company is concentrating on premium segment bikes with power ranging between 150cc and 450cc during the analyst call.


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