Benelli Bikes Expert Reviews

Benelli TNT 600i ABS First Ride Review

Benelli TNT 600i ABS First Ride Review

Benelli's middleweight streetbike, one of the products that has been spawned after its new ownership. It is the most economical way to approach the accepted superbike noise in India, aka 'firing'. This one's a major update because it now sports ABS, and as we found out, a remapped ECU.

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Kawasaki Versys 650 vs Benelli TNT 600GT: Comparison Test

Kawasaki Versys 650 vs Benelli TNT 600GT: Comparison Test

The similarities here are uncanny. A half fairing. High-rise handlebar. Large fuel tank. Stepped, wide seat. And chunky but handy rear grab-rails. And there’s more. Underneath that touring façade lays a street naked; be it the chassis, the brakes or the tyres. Even the engine, in fact.

Welcome then to our new age sports Tourers.

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Benelli TNT 600 GT First Ride Review

Benelli TNT 600 GT First Ride Review

It is the sound of freedom. No seriously! If you are a fan of inline-four cylinder engines, chances are you have heard about the Benellli TNT 600 range, at least once in the last 18 months. The TNT 600GT is the touring version of the TNT 600i. But, it’s not just an add-a-fairing-here-and-a-sticker-there sort of change. It’s much more than that. Positioned as a tourer in India as well as in other markets, the TNT 600GT is the most affordable inline-four touring motorcycle you can buy in India.

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Benelli TNT 25 vs KTM Duke 200 vs Mahindra Mojo: Comparison Test

Benelli TNT 25 vs KTM Duke 200 vs Mahindra Mojo: Comparison Test

Three bikes. Three completely different flavours. One’s a street naked; another a supermoto (or sorts); and the third a cruiser (or at least that’s what they will have us believe). But, yes, three very different takes for what is essentially the same need – the need for something quick, something exciting, something showy and something fun.

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Benelli TNT 25 First Ride Review

Benelli TNT 25 First Ride Review

The more affordable product you have, the more sales you get, at least in India. While some premium motorcycle manufacturers are still trying to figure this out, DSK Benelli has cracked the code with the launch of the TNT 25. This bike isn’t just the most affordable Benelli in India, but also the only single cylinder Benelli. The company thinks that this is the perfect bike for Indian enthusiasts to come on board when they’ve a budget constraint.

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Benelli Tornado 302 First Look Review

Benelli Tornado 302 First Look Review

Benelli finally has a fully-faired motorcycle in its line-up – the Tornado 302. Unveiled at the 2015 EICMA, the Tornado 302 has been developed for emerging markets like India where there is demand for fully-faired motorcycles. 

 
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Benelli TNT 899

Benelli TNT 899

There are two companies in the world that have the word Benelli in it and both of them are quite dangerous. One makes pistols and shotguns and the other one also makes machines that could prove fatal. Just that the latter brand has two wheels, an engine bolted around a frame and technology that can make you go beyond the rules of sanity. 

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Benelli TNT 300

Benelli TNT 300

There was a time when the only way for Indian consumers to get high-capacity motorcycles was to import them. Now that we have such bikes being made in India and also two-wheelers whose parts are brought here and assembled. The way the biking scenario has changed is phenomenal and it has changed for good.

One such addition to the Indian motorcycling scene is the Benelli TNT 300. The TNT 300 is the most affordable motorcycle one can buy at present from the Italian Superbike brand’s official offering in our country. The motorcycle is designed and engineered by the Italians, manufactured by the Chinese and assembled by the Indians. It is also the most crucial Benelli product for India.

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Benelli TNT 600 i

Benelli TNT 600 i

DSK Benelli dropped a bomb in December when they announced that they would be launching their range of motorcycles in India and would be opting for local assembly for competitive pricing. While the entire range of motorcycles from one of the world’s oldest brands look mouthwatering, our eyes are particularly set on the TNT 600i with the hope that it will become the most affordable ‘600cc inline four-cylinder’ ( this is important – I will address the motorcycle in this manner at least a few times) on sale in the Indian market.

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