Triumph Speed 400 vs Royal Enfield Hunter 350 vs Honda CB350 – which bike suits your need

Jun 29, 2023

By: Sourabh Jain

Triumph Speed 400 unveiled

Triumph has unveiled the Speed 400, its new roadster bike that will be produced in partnership with Bajaj. The bike will be launched in India on July 5.

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Triumph Speed 400 Competitors

The Triumph Speed 400 competes with the likes of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 and the Honda CB350. In this post we compare the three bikes.

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Price

Triumph Speed 400 – ₹3 lakh (expected) | Royal Enfield Hunter 350 – ₹1,73,231 | Honda CB350 – ₹2,09,857

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Design

The design of the three bikes is quite similar, with the Hunter 350 slightly moving away from the traditional Royal Enfield design. The Honda CB350 and the Triumph Speed 400 feature a retro design.

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Engine

Triumph Speed 400 – 398cc engine | Royal Enfield Hunter 350 – 349cc engine | Honda CB350 – 348cc engine

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Performance

Triumph Speed 400 – 39.5 bhp and 37.5 Nm | Royal Enfield Hunter 350 – 20 bhp and 27 Nm | Honda CB350 – 20.7 bhp and 30 Nm

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Wheel

Triumph Speed 400 – 17-inch/17-inch | Royal Enfield Hunter 350 – 17-inch/17-inch | Honda CB350 – 19-inch/18-inch

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Service interval

Triumph Speed 400 – 16,000 km or 12 months | Royal Enfield Hunter 350 – 5,000 km or 6 months | Honda CB350 – 12,000 km or 12 months

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Weight

Triumph Speed 400 – 170 kg | Royal Enfield Hunter 350 – 181 kg | Honda CB350 – 181 kg

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