Despite the fact that it is currently under the initiative of the Chinese, Benelli appears to have re-followed some its actual Roman warrior soul and will fire 8 new bike launches in India before the end of 2016. Adding to their strong line-up of five models which are sold presently, one of the eight new bike will be the 1130 Trek Amazonas adventure tourer.
The semi-faired bike will obtain the TNT 1130’s insane three-barrel engine, despite the fact that it will be tuned for better reaction in the low and mid-range to suit the adventure tourer’s character. Outfitted with selectable riding modes, the Trek Amazonas accompanies a taller 6th gear, with crest torque of 11.4 kgm created at a fairly low 5000 rpm. A 21.5-liter fuel tank guarantees a large range, while the three barrel’s 123.3 bhp yield will keep you entertained.
Benelli will also launch the TNT 25, which will be fueled by a 249cc, single barrel motor that pumps out 24.5 bhp while being settled inside a trellis frame. Pitted against the Duke 200, Benelli will need to get the price right for this one to unsettle the KTM camp.
The Blackster cruiser, which is fabricated by the motorcycle producer’s Chinese kin Keeway is additionally on the cards, be that as it may, there is some hesitance from the Italian organization to brand it as a Benelli in India. The fat cruiser is controlled by a 249cc, V-twin that builds up 17.3 bhp of force and 1.8kgm of torque mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
While the above three bikes are anticipated to launch this year, the other five that are slated for a presentation in 2016 incorporate a full-faired variation of the TNT 300. Mechanically like the stripped twin, the faired TNT 300 will be what the RC is to the Duke.
A 500cc twin-barrel adventure bike with an all-new motor and platform is presently in progress and could be presented at a tempting value point. Additionally being worked on is a 750cc twin barrel motor which will be offered in both bare and completely faired configurations. These new items could be disclosed at EICMA this December. Benelli seems to be quite optimistic as far as its Indian operations are concerned and the newer launches will just play testimony to that.
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