Hero Mavrick 440

Hero Mavrick 440 launched in India; Know Price, Specifications and Other Details

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Hero MotoCorp has launched its most premium and powerful bike Hero Mavrick 440 at Hero World 2024 in the Indian market today. Its ex-showroom price can be around Rs 2 lakh. Hero Mavrick will be available in three variants; Base, Mid, and Top, and in five color palettes; Arctic White, Celestial Blue, Fearless Red, Phantom Black, and Enigma Black.

The new Mavrick is based on Harley Davidson X440. This roadster-style bike will be equipped with a modern touch with a retro theme. The price of the newly launched Mavrick 440 is not yet revealed, its will open in February and deliveries will be scheduled in April.

As per the CEO of Hero, “We are now #ChangingGears as you have seen, riding into tomorrow with a simple mantra – speed, scale, synergy and simplification”

Hero Mavrick: Design and Body

The all-new Hero Mavrick’s front has a round headlamp with twin H-shaped DRL. The vehicle has a tubular-style handlebar, curve fuel tank, and a single seat. It has modern features like full LED lighting with LED indicators and LCD with Bluetooth connectivity. The Maverick has a strong tank with sporty tank shrouds. The contoured design of its single-piece seat and the sharp-looking exhaust makes its aesthetics look quite strong.

Hero Mavrick: Engine and Performance

The Mavrick’s 440cc powerhouse delivers the best-in-class low-end torque with >90% of the torque available at 2000 rpm. This is the same engine that powers the Harley Davidson X440 However, minor changes may be seen in it. It also uses E20 fuel.

Hero Mavrick: Features

Hero Mavrick 440 comes loaded with advanced tech – a digital speedometer featuring an inverted display and seamless smartphone integration through Bluetooth connectivity, an LED headlamp with intelligent illumination, call and Text notification,  and a turn-by-turn navigation system.

For comfort riding, the bike has been provided with telescopic forks at the front and dual springs at the rear. The bike will run on diamond-cut alloy wheels. For braking, it will get single-disc brakes at both ends with dual-channel ABS.

Seema Jain

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