Benelli's Launched 2 Bikes in India, know the price and features
Benelli launched its first adventure tourer bike TRK 502 and 502X in India. The company will sell its bikes in India through the CKD route. Benelli TRK 502's X-showroom price in the Indian market has been kept for 5 lakhs. At the same time, the ex-showroom 502X variants have an ex-showroom price of 5.4 lakh rupees.
Benelli has partnered with Hyderabad-based Mahaveer Group to increase its reach in the Indian Two-Wheeler Market. Benelli last year launched TNT 300, 302R and TNT 600i, this year its first Adventure tourer bike, TRK 502, has launched 502X. The Benelli TRK 502 and 502X are in direct compete with Kawasaki Versys 650, Suzuki V-Strom 650XT and SWM SuperDual T in the Indian market.
Benelli TRK 502 and 502X have been given 499.6 cc for power, fuel-injected, parallel-twin motor. Its engine generates 47.6PS maximum power at 8500 rpm and 45Nm peak torque at 4500 rpm. Its engine is equipped with 6-speed transmission.
The TRK 502 has 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels on both sides. At the same time, talk about off-road-oriented 502X, 17-inch rear spoke wheels are given in the 19-inch and rear at its front. Through these wheels 502X can be used for many tracks. The weight of both the bikes is 235 kilograms.
These motorcycles have not given sleeper clutch or other riding aids, which can disappoint some customers. The company claims that customers will get mileage of 25.6 kilometers per liter in these bikes. The big tank of 29 liters is given in these bikes, which will run for about 450 kilometers, once full.
The front of these bikes has been given a USD for 50 millimeters. At the same time the monoroshock suspension has been given in the rear. Speak of breaking features, Benelli's front has a 320-millimeter disc brake with 4-piston calipers. At the same time, 260 millimeter single pot caliper is given in the rear. Standard dual ABS feature has been given in these bikes.
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