From modern classics such as Royal Enfield to top-tier powerhouses such as KTM 390s, India offers a plethora of alluring 400cc motorcycles. The following section will be of great assistance if performance and power are your primary concerns, despite the limited number of 400cc motorcycles available.
10 Best Bikes Under 400cc in India
Here is a list of the best 400cc motorcycles in India, including their prices, key features, etc.
1. Honda H’Ness CB350
Everyone awaited the debut of the Honda Rebel. Instead, we received a brand new Honda H’ness CB350. Honda has introduced a direct competitor to the segment leader, the Royal Enfield Classic 350, with a 348.3 cc engine under the gasoline tank.
This engine produces 20.8 horsepower and 30 Nm of peak torque. LED headlamps, Alloy Wheels, Smartphone Voice Control, Assist and Slip clutch, and a side stand indicator are among the segment-exclusive features found on the Honda H’Ness. The prices are anticipated to approach 1,90,000 Rs.
2. Royal Enfield Classic 350
A motorcycle from a brand that has existed in India since before independence. The Classic 350 has been an Indian favorite for quite some time.
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The Classic is equipped with a 346cc engine that generates 19.1hp and 28Nm of peak torque. The RE Classic 350 is a bike that stays loyal to its roots, making it a great choice for those who enjoy a classic look. It will cost you 1,61,688 Rs. to acquire one.
3. Jawa Perak
The historic manufacturer of bicycles such as the Yezdi returned to India in 2018, much to the delight of the local populace. The company now offers some of the finest motorcycles in the segment, including the Jawa Perak. Under the hood of the Perak is a 334cc engine producing 30.22 horsepower and 32.74 Newton meters of peak torque.
Even though the engine is smaller than those of its competitors, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and the Honda H’ness, it generates more power and torque, giving it an advantage. And the price of 1,94,500 Rs. puts it ahead of the competition.
4. TVS Apache RR310
Apache, a name that instills excitement in the mind, has a motorcycle with a displacement of less than 400 cc. The TVS Apache RR310 is equipped with a 312cc engine that generates 33.53hp of power and 27.3Nm of peak torque.
Apache RR310 is the result of a collaboration between TVS Motors and BMW Motorrad, and it was designed to surmount and outperform its competition.
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The vertically mounted 5-inch TFT instrument cluster is included on the menacingly covered motorcycle. The Apache RR310 has everything a sports bike in this segment could need. All of this is available for the price of 2,45,000 Rs.
5. BMW G310 GS
For all the right reasons, the recently released BMW G310 GS is included in the list of top sub-400cc motorcycles. The first is the 313cc engine, which has a maximum torque of 28Nm and a 33.53hp power output.
The G310 and TVS Apache RR310 shared an engine when they were first introduced in the BS4 era, but Apache was able to produce higher power because to the TVS ECU. The G310 GS’s power output is unchanged and its torque has somewhat increased with the BS6 model. The cost is the second justification. The cost of the BMW G310 GS is $2,85,000, while the G310, its younger sibling, is listed at 2,45,000 Rs.
6. Bajaj Dominar 400
The second-largest two-wheeler producer in India has a bike in this category. Under its perimeter Beam frame, the Bajaj Dominar 400’s 373.3cc engine generates a maximum torque of 35Nm and a power output of 39.45 horsepower.
This ‘Don’t hold back’ bike has many features that set it apart from the competitors in the sector, including a twin-barrel exhaust, upside-down forks, surgical precision engineering, dual-channel ABS, and more. The best thing is that even after numerous price reductions, the BS6 Bajaj Dominar 400 will only cost you 1,97,758 Rs. which is a very reasonable price for a 400cc bike.
7. KTM RC390
When discussing sports bikes, KTM is one of the international names that constantly comes up. And KTM provides the RC390 in the 400cc category, a fairing-covered sports bike with a 373.3cc engine that is unquestionably a beast.
The engine has a power output of 42.9 horsepower and a maximum torque of 36 Nm. And KTM recently gave the RC390 a Metallic Color scheme, making it meaner than ever. If you want to get a KTM RC390, you will have to fork over 2,53,184 Rs.
8. Benelli Imperiale 400
Under the name Imperiale 400, the Chinese-owned Italian motorcycle company has a throwback model available.
It has a 374cc engine behind the tank that produces 20.7 horsepower and a maximum torque of 29 Nm. It is a reimagining of the vintage Benelli-MotoBi line that was created in the 1950s. The cost of The Timeless Traveller is 1,99,000 Rs.
9. Mahindra Mojo
Mahindra, an Indian automaker, also offers a motorcycle in this segment. Underappreciated Mahindra Mojo. The Mojo is equipped with a 294.72cc engine that generates 25.35hp of power and 25.96Nm of peak torque.
It is a respectable output considering the engine’s capacity. The price of a BS6 Mahindra Mojo is 1,99,900Rs. It is fashionable and practical for city transportation conditions. One will undoubtedly prefer the Bajaj Dominar 400 to the Mojo.
10. Royal Enfield Himalayan
Royal Enfield is on the list twice, if we’re talking about power. And with the Himalayan this time. The Royal Enfield Himalayan has a 411cc engine, which is marginally larger than the 400cc engine.
It is capable of producing 24.3 horsepower and 32 Nm of peak torque. According to the manufacturer, the Himalayan is designed to withstand any type of road surface. And it is priced competitively at Rs.1,87,000.