Like a streetbike should - it's got impeccable manners in the city, and out on the highway it will keep its good manners going until its top speed, which is around the 200 kph mark. The ergonomics aren't extreme, and they will be comfortable for all but the smallest-built customers. The four-cylinder engine means that at standstill there is a bit of heft, but it all is under control once you get rolling. Suspension duties are by USD forks up front and an offset monoshock at the rear. The motor makes a relatively tame 83 bhp but at a screaming 11,500 rpm, and max torque is developed at 10,500 rpm.
If you're looking for twist-and-go thrills, the TNT 600i is probably not the bike for you. It behaves more like a 300cc twin, in the sense that it is docile almost right through the rev range, with serious progress available only at the uppermost reaches of its rev range.