Hero MotoCorp recently unveiled its most powerful motorcycle in India, the Mavrick 440. The Jaipur-based firm is offering the Mavrick in three distinct trims, and bookings have already begun. Here’s everything we know about it.

The Hero Mavrick 440 and Harley-Davidson X440 use the same platform. This indicates that the Hero has a lot of features and an appealing design. However, unlike its American equivalent, the Mavrick looks more like a roadster than a cruiser. Hero offers the bike in five different colours: Arctic White, Fearless Red, Celestial Blue, Phantom Black, and Enigma Black. The final two colours are limited to the top variation.

The new Hero Mavrick is powered by a 440cc single-cylinder air/oil-cooled engine that produces 27bhp and 36Nm of peak torque. It is coupled to a six-speed gearbox and housed in a trellis frame. In contrast to the X440’s USD fork and dual shock configuration, the Mavrick 440’s suspension setup has telescopic forks and twin shock absorbers. It features 320mm front and 240mm rear disc brakes with dual-channel ABS. The brakes are installed on 17-inch wheels with 110/70 front and 150/60 rear tyres. The base model is equipped with spoke wheels, while the mid and top trims have alloy wheels.

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Hero Mavrick 440
Hero Mavrick 440

The Hero Mavrick 440 has LED illumination, a fully computerised console with smartphone navigation, and SMS and call alerts. Bluetooth connectivity is limited to the top variant. It also features a Type C charging port for increased convenience.

Hero has priced the Mavrick 440 at Rs. 1,99,000 for the base model, Rs. 2,14,000 for the mid-range, and Rs. 2,24,000 for the top trim. The Harley Davidson X440 costs at Rs. 2,39,500 for the base model. Hero MotoCorp has also introduced a ‘Welcome to the Mavrick Club’ offer until March 15, 2024, which includes a customised Mavrick kit with accessories and products worth Rs. 10,000. Our review of the Hero Mavrick 440 will be available in the coming weeks, so stay tuned.