XTR400 gives a strong “off-road” feeling as the first impression. With a thin body, exposed frame and angular fuel tank, XTR400 does not have complex lines, and the “hard core” texture of the bike is showed through a clear shape. The engine is firmly fixed in the frame, while the compact transmission of the dry-sump engine allows a large ground clearance. The oil is contained in the frame girder. This is the classic design of the early ADVs.
The front of the bike is inspired by the endurance dirt bike. The diamond-shaped headlight reminds people of KTM. The windshield is secured reliably at four points, with a low, non-adjustable height, which is a pity.
In terms of color scheme, the main body is in fashionable titanium gray and red. All parts except the frame adopt matte color. The overall appearance looks low-key but passionate. The red frame has smooth paint surface, and all welding parts are good. The matte titanium grey baking paint forms a perfect collision with the plexiglass decals on both sides of the fuel tank, further highlighting the layering of the whole bike.