Benelli TNT 25 solo-cylinder bike to launch soon in India
DSK Benelli offers the TNT 25 bike in the domestic bike market of the country in the upcoming festive season, during the month of November. This is a single cylinder, 250cc bike that would prove to be the most rational and affordable bike from the renowned brand
DSK Benelli offers the TNT 25 bike in the domestic bike market of the country in the upcoming festive season, during the month of November. This is a single cylinder, 250cc bike that would prove to be the most rational and affordable bike from the renowned brand. The bike is supposed to arrive in the market of our country, carrying a price tag of INR 2 Lakhs. The all new Benelli TNT 25 would arrive in the country carrying the most affordable price tag of INR 2 Lakh that is actually quite viable for an Italian brand as Benelli.
Let us get to know the Specs and the features of the upcoming bike:
Price: While considering the price kept for this new bike, whereas the bike would be brought in the native market of the country over a CKD. Once out and about ion eth market, the Benelli TNT 25 would certainly give a rift to the existing KTM 200 Duke and the imminent Mahindra Mojo.
Engine: The 249cc, liquid-cooled, single cylinder unit that carries a capacity to produce a power of 24.5PS @ 9,000rpm along with a torque of 21Nm @ 7,000rpm. The unit is teamed to a six-speed manual transmission.
Braking and Tyres: The Benelli TNT 25 sports an exposed trellis case that brings in use the unit. Suspension duties are performed over a 41mm rotated front forks at the fore along with a modified monoshock rear unit. Four piston calipers build up over a 280mm solo disc offering braking prowess to the fore whereas a two-pot 240mm solo disc takes care of the rear. The motorbike arrives with 110/70 front and 140/60 section tyres fixed over 17-inch aluminium alloy wheels. The bike weighs around 150kg and utilizes a 16.5 L fuel tank that would help while the rider is on a tour.
Design: The layout of the Benelli TNT 25 is similar to any of the contemporary naked version of a bike that offers an adequate influence from the Benelli TNT 300 . Molded tank, split seat, rear grab rails, multi-spoke alloy wheels along with a chunky side slung exhaust and much more accompany the striking outline of the motorcycle. It brings in use a blend of an analogue and a digital instrument panel along with an analogue tachometer being position in the mid. The rear foot stands appear to be flatter, while we assume the seating to be comfortable, so that the riders can enjoy a sporty but a smoother ride