Benelli to launch its India range on March 19

    Bookings will start on March 10; Benelli will also launch three more bikes sometime this year.

    Published On Feb 20, 2015 04:53:00 PM


    Benelli has just unveiled its five-bike strong India line-up at the India Bike Week 2015, currently underway in Goa. At the unveil, the bike maker has also announced that they will launch the bikes in India on March 19, with bookings starting a few days prior to the launch, on March 10.
    Benelli will launch the TNT 300, TNT 600i, TNT 600GT, TNT 899 and TNT 1130. 
    DSK Benelli also announced that they are working on bringing three more bikes to India - the TNT25, Blackster and the TREK 1130 Amazonas. The three new motorcycles will be launched in India, sometime this year. 
    Aesthetically, the TNT25 is similar to the TNT 300, but is powered by a single cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. USD suspension is seen upfront and a monoshock does duty at rear.  A single disc brake is provided for stopping power in the front and back. 
    The Blackster has a matt black paint scheme, and chrome twin pipes flowing backward. The bike is powered by a 250cc, V- twin, air-cooled engine. Telescopic suspension is provided upfront and dual shocks are provided at rear. There are disc brakes given at both ends, for stopping power. 
    The TREK 1130 Amazonas seen here in yellow and black is semi-faired. It is powered by a three-cylinder engine that is liquid-cooled. USD suspension is seen up front with a monoshock doing duty at rear. Upmarket, Excel Takasago wheels are provided at both ends, with Metzeller, on-off road enabled tyres. 
    More on these bikes soon. 

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