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The new Triumph Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X has already received more than 10,000 reservations in just over a week since its launch

TRIUMPH is just a week on from officially revealing its new Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X to the world’s press at its Hinckley HQ. Already though, it is being reported that more than 10,000 reservations have been made for the new lightweight bikes.

The news comes from Rakesh Sharma, executive director of Bajaj Auto which is the company handling the production of the two new entry-level models. He was speaking to the Hindustan Times and confirmed that pre-orders for the bike had hit the 10k mark.

“We are excited about the overwhelming response we have received after the launch. A pre-order of 10,000 motorcycles in such a short period of time is unprecedented and is a testimony to the unwavering faith that motorcyclists have deposited in Bajaj Auto and Triumph Motorcycles. We are committed to our promise to manufacture exceptional motorcycles that captivate users with their performance, design, and technology.”

Bajaj was also pivotal in the development of the two new bikes, and as Stuart Wood told me in a recent interview, the teams at Triumph and Bajaj took up a totally collaborative approach to the design and evolution of the bike. Sharma also added that the rapid up-take in pre-orders would have some knock-on effects on the company, with Bajaj now looking to up the rate of production to keep up with the demand. The bike is being released in India first and foremost, with other markets, including the UK and Europe coming online in early 2024.

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