Hero Mavrick 440 | Best hero bike in 2024

Hero Mavrick 440

The Hero Mavrick 440 features an LCD instrument console with negative display that displays ride information such as speed, fuel level, real-time mileage and odometer readings.

This neo-retro roadster is quite appealing. Featuring muscular design elements combined with its brushed metal finish and featuring retro LED headlamp and tank detailing, its aesthetic is undeniable.

Hero Mavrick 440 Engine

Hero Mavrick 440 is equipped with a 440cc air/oil cooled single cylinder TorqX engine producing 27bhp at 6,000rpm and 36Nm of peak torque, which connects to a 6-speed gearbox equipped with slip-and-assist clutch.

This motorcycle features a 13.5 litre fuel tank and features tubeless tires to enhance puncture resistance and provide easier repairs. However, at 191 kg it might feel heavy for smaller riders.

Target Audience for this Cruiser includes riders seeking an attractive yet comfortable cruiser for weekend rides or occasional touring. Its retro design language and muscular features make it a suitable option for first-time buyers looking to enter the cruiser segment.

The Mavrick 440 competes with motorcycles such as Harley-Davidson X440, Triumph 400 twins, and Royal Enfield Classic 350 in this segment. If priced competitively it might also appeal to customers seeking an economical alternative to premium offerings.

Hero Mavrick 440Hero Mavrick 440 Transmission

Mavrick 440 employs the same 440cc single-cylinder air and oil-cooled engine as its cousin the X440, but is tuned differently to deliver greater torque at lower revs. Power output remains unchanged at 27bhp while 36Nm of peak twist can be found from as little as 2000rpm – making this motor ideal for highway cruising as well as dirt tracks.

The Trellis Frame is suspended by 43mm Telescopic Forks at both ends and twin Shock Absorbers for optimal suspension performance. 17-Inch wheels on both ends feature MRF zero degree steel belted radial tires with 110 and 150 Section MRF Zero Degree Steel Belted Radials respectively for comfort riding experience and are controlled with 320mm front disc and 250mm rear disc brakes to control braking duties.

Maverick’s retro design exudes adventure, while chrome accents on its exhaust, engine and fenders add a luxurious feel. Additionally, this motorcycle boasts an LCD instrument console containing readouts such as speed, fuel level and tachometer readings for an added layer of information. Connectivity options available through Bluetooth and e-Sim allow smartphones to be linked for features like turn-by-turn navigation, call and SMS alerts, estimated time of arrival information and remote tracking.

Hero Mavrick 440 Design

Hero Motorcycle’s Mavrick 440 is inspired by its American counterpart and shares its engine. However, Hero has enhanced their version by creating its own tank design and instrument cluster; plus pricing is Rs 10,000-15,000 lower.

Mavrick’s neo-retro styling makes for an appealing aesthetic and should appeal to buyers seeking a stylish but cost-effective roadster. It features a large fuel tank, exposed chassis tubes, single seat and wide grab handle which add a macho vibe; however its small front fender, upright riding posture and circular bar-end mirrors create more of a cruiser feel than urban sportsbike.

Mavrick suffers from vibrations through its footpegs and handlebar that diminish enjoyment during long rides, though its 130mm travel suspension adds comfort.

Hero Mavrick 440

Hero Mavrick 440 Features

Hero Motorcycles’ Mavrick appears to be tailored for consumers seeking an economical yet approachable cruiser with some power under its neo-retro styling and playful personality – making it stand out among their offerings in the market.

Negative LCD displays are employed in the instrument cluster to integrate smartphone apps and provide riders with turn-by-turn navigation and call/message notifications, as well as distance to empty, gear indicator, real-time mileage and odometer info.

The Mavrick is available in three variants, with the base model offering the essential riding experience and mid and top variants providing additional features such as luggage racks and passenger backrests. It will compete against other neo-retro and premium cruisers such as Royal Enfield Classic 350, Yezdi Roadster and Triumph Speed 400 on the market.

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