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.
So, has it managed to grab some attention of the buyers and enthusiasts? Is it good looking? Is it fun to ride? Will it be able to carve a niche in its segment? Does it have something that the current motorcycles in this segment don't offer? Can it do something spectacular to stand out?
And most importantly, with so many cooks in the kitchen have they spoiled the broth? Let's find out.