First look at the new Harley-Davidson X440

Harley-Davidson motorcycle enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the unveiling of the much-awaited model of the legendary American brand made in India.

Now, after months of speculation, Harley-Davidson has officially unveiled its latest creation to the world – the X440. This motorcycle is the result of a collaboration between Harley and Hero MotoCorp, and with its distinctive design, it brings a refreshing change to the market.

The Harley-Davidson X440 breaks away from the Milwaukee brand’s traditional cruiser aesthetic and takes inspiration from classic XR roadsters. With its flat handlebars, neutral ergonomics and rugged looks, this bike promises to deliver a unique riding experience.

At the heart of the X440 is a single-cylinder engine with a volume of 440 cc. Unfortunately, the power figures will only be revealed during the bike’s official launch in July.

Ergonomically, the X440 maintains a neutral stance, while the footpegs and flat handlebars promote an upright and perhaps slightly sporty riding position, ensuring comfort during city rides.

Although several aspects of the X440 remain consistent with the initial images, there have been some changes, particularly in the choice of tires.
The bike now gets MRF instead of CEAT tires. With an 18-inch front wheel and a 17-inch rear wheel, the X440 exudes a compelling presence on the road.

The attention to detail on the X440 is evident, with circular design elements present in the headlights, indicators and mirrors. The oval-shaped tail light adds a unique touch, emerging from the rear fender. Notably, the headlights have an LED DRL strip running through the middle, while the indicators boast Harley logos.

Beneath its striking bodywork, the X440 features a tubular frame and boasts an inverted upside-down fork and dual preload-adjustable shocks, ensuring a comfortable and responsive ride.
Additionally, the bike is equipped with a single disc brake at both ends, with dual-channel ABS as standard.

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