Italian Superbike maker Benelli launches 5 superbikes in India

Benelli is already present in over 30 countries and boasts of racing heritage unmatched by any other brand.

Pune-based DSK Motowheels has entered into an agreement with Italian motorcycle brand Benelli to bring its superbikes into the Indian market. Benelli may sound new to many people, but the brands have been in existence from as early as 1911.

DSK Benelli India brand showcased 5 bikes which will make their way to the Indian market in the next couple of months. These include the Tornado Naked Tre, TNT 302, TNT 600i, TNT 899 and the TNR 1130 R. Their product portfolio consists of bikes from displacing 300 cc to 1131 cc and all of them loves to carry all muscle – no flesh naked styling.

Benelli TNT 302

Benelli TNT 302

TNT 302 (Tornado Naked Tre) will be the entry-level model for the company. The bike has a twin-cylinder 300 cc engine producing 36.2 bhp and 26.9 Nm of torque, matched to a 6-speed gearbox. Other features include USD front suspension, a mono-shock rear, double discs at the front and a single disc at the rear.

Benelli TNT 600i

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The Benelli TNT 600i comes with a 600 cc engine that makes 80.5 bhp and 51.97 Nm of torque. The bike’s suspension and brake setup are similar to that of the TNT 302.

Benelli TNT 600GT

Benelli TNT 600GT

Benelli TNT 600GT is powered by the very same engine as the 600i. 600GT also has the same output power as that of the 600i. But it has a higher torque of 54.91 Nm. The 600GT gets a half-fairing and projector headlights in comparison to the 600i.

Benelli TNT 899

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Benelli TNT 899 has an 899 cc inline three-cylinder engine that can deliver 123.4 bhp and 88.25 Nm of torque.

Benelli TNT 1130R

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Benelli TNT 1130R is flgaship product of Benelli portfolio in India. It has a 1,131 cc inline three-cylinder engine that packs in 155.6 bhp and 119.64 Nm of torque.

Benelli is already present in over 30 countries and boasts of racing heritage unmatched by any other brand. DSK Benelli will set up new dealerships across the country this year. All products will be assembled from CKD (Completely Knocked Down) kits. Prices of the bikes will be announced in two months.

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