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Moto Morini Seiemmezzo

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo is a street bike available at a price range of Rs. 6,99,000 - Rs. 7,10,000 in India. It is available in 2 variants and 6 colours. It is powered by a 649 cc BS6 engine. It comes with both front and rear disc brakes.

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Key specs
  • Displacement649 cc
  • Transmission6 Speed Manual
  • Kerb Weight215 kg

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EMI   21,606/month EMI Calculated basis
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Down Payment - ₹ 35,500
Interest - 9.5 %
Tenure - 36 Months
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Seiemmezzo Retro Street

 6,99,000Avg. Ex-showroom price Disc Brakes, Alloy Wheels

Seiemmezzo Scrambler

 7,10,000Avg. Ex-showroom price Disc Brakes, Spoke Wheels

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Summary

Seiemmezzo key highlights

Engine Capacity 649 cc
Transmission 6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight 215 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 15.5 litres
Seat Height 795 mm
Max Power 54.24 bhp

About Seiemmezzo

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo is a street bike available at a starting price of Rs. 6,99,000 in India. It is available in 2 variants and 6 colours with top variant price starting from Rs. 7,10,000. The Moto Morini Seiemmezzo is powered by 649cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 54.24 bhp and a torque of 54 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Moto Morini Seiemmezzo comes up with anti-locking braking system. This Seiemmezzo bike weighs 215 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 15.5 liters.

The Moto Morini Seiemmezzo 6 ½ is available in two variants – Scrambler and Retro Street – and it competes in the middleweight segment of the Indian market.

The Scrambler version benefits from a beak-style front fender, fly-screen, taller handlebar, round rear-view mirrors, brown seat cover, and rubber pads on the fuel tank. The Retro Street, on the other hand, rides on alloy wheels and packs a relatively lower-set handlebar. Despite the differences in the wheel type, both variants ride on 18-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels. Styling cues common to both variants include a round headlight, step-up seat, and rear fender-mounted number plate.

The feature list on both models comprises a LED projector headlight, a five-inch TFT screen, and a dual-channel ABS. The Seiemmezzo 6 ½ range is powered by a 649cc, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine. Linked to a six-speed gearbox, the motor is tuned to deliver 54.2bhp at 8,250rpm and a peak torque output of 54Nm at 7,000rpm.

The hardware on both motorcycles includes upside-down front forks and an adjustable rear mono-shock to handle the suspension tasks. The braking duties are handled by dual discs at the front and a single rotor at the back. The wheels on both variants are wrapped in 120/70-section front and 160/60-section tyres.
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Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Expert Opinion

  • Good Things

    • Loaded with lots of nice features
    • 650cc engine offers good torque
    • Bike has good road presence
  • Could be Better

    • Engine heats up in traffic
    • Kerb weight is on the higher side
    • Poor brand reach

BikeWale's Take

The Seiemmezzo is a middle-weight scrambler from Moto Morini that offers good performance, comfort and also road presence. However, the brand isn’t much known in India due to which it isn’t advisable to go for this motorcycle.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Review

Apart from a complicated name, the Moto Morini Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street is a fairly simple motorcycle. It does not have comprehensive electronics such as riding modes or a traction control system to fiddle with, while ABS exists because it’s now a norm. And all of this gives the Moto Morini Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street a bit of old-school charm – something that experienced riders would appreciate.


Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Right Front Three Quarter

Why to buy it?

- Commendable build quality

- Good engine performance

- Premium hardware

Why to avoid it?

- Engine heat

- Fewer dealers and service centres

Apart from a complicated name, the Moto Morini Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street is a fairly simple motorcycle. It does not have comprehensive electronics such as riding modes or traction control system to fiddle with, however, it gets ABS because it’s a norm nowadays. And all of this gives the Moto Morini Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street a bit of old-school charm – something that experienced riders would appreciate.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Left Front Three Quarter

But it isn’t a dinosaur either and the feature list includes full-LED lighting, Bluetooth connectivity, adjustable front forks, Brembo calipers, and a tyre pressure monitoring system. Now, before we tell you what makes this motorcycle so likeable and its drawbacks, let’s discuss the first thing that you consider when buying a premium motorcycle – design.

Styling & Quality

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Fuel Tank

As the name suggests, the Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street has retro styling. Thus, you have a round shape for the headlight, a dual-tone front fender, a contrasting shade for the side panel along with the ‘6½’ decal, a flat-ish saddle, split-style pillion grab rails, and a rear-fender-mounted number plate. There are plastic cowls under the engine, but most of the drivetrain, chassis, and the sub-frame have been exposed for minimalistic aesthetics – and it looks likeable. But the fuel tank has one too many creases while the tail-end isn’t as muscular as the front half, thus making the motorcycle look slightly disproportionate. In this regard, the Seiemmezzo 6½ Scrambler looks more aesthetically pleasing. Further, the taillight isn’t the most stylish unit either and it looks vanilla when compared to some of its rivals.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Side Panel

However, the visual drawbacks are compensated by a commendable build quality and this Italian middleweight motorcycle feels pretty solid. The fuel tank and the front fender look promising, while the brushed finish on the side panel looks stylish and appealing. Then, the switchgear operates well and it is easy to access even with riding gloves. There are a lot of wires running around, but they’re neatly strapped by rubber fasteners. If we were nitpicking, the black plastic near the keyhole could have been of a better quality since it’s already showing signs of ageing. Then, an integrated high/low-beam function in the pass switch would have made the setup more modern.

Ergonomics & Comfort

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Right Side View

Despite the relatively flatter handlebar than the Seiemmezzo 6½ Scrambler variant, the Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street packs upright ergonomics. It’s also easy to ride the motorcycle while standing on the footpegs when you want to give some relief to your glute muscles or tackle bad roads without overloading your lower back. Then, the footpegs are neutral-set and the motorcycle delivers a very comfortable rider triangle that works well for city riding.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Bike Seat

Now, the Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street tips the weighing scale at 215kg, which is on the heavier side, and it takes some effort to move the motorcycle around. However, things become relatively easy due to an accessible seat height of 795mm. Then, the saddle has sufficient padding as well and riding for long hours doesn’t get very tiring. Sure, the lack of windblast protection does mean that you cannot ride it at high speeds for long. But cruising at 80-100kmph is fairly easy. The engine, too, feels comfortable at these speeds and then some more, and we will explain that in detail in the next part of the review.

Performance & Handling

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Engine From Right

The Italian word, Seiemmezzo translates to six and a half, which indicates the displacement of this motorcycle. The 649cc, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine makes a maximum output of 54bhp at 8,250rpm and a peak torque of 54Nm at 7,000rpm. This motor is linked to a six-speed gearbox that, surprisingly, misses an assist clutch mechanism. It does, however, get a slipper mechanism. The engine feels comfortable anywhere above 2,500rpm and it gives a commendable output in the mid and higher revs. The step up in acceleration post 6,500rpm is praiseworthy too. In the sixth gear, the 100kmph mark comes around 4,500rpm while 120kmph is hit at 5,500rpm – which is a sweet spot to cruise on the highway as the engine is at the cusp of its power band and can be used for quick overtakes.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Left Front Three Quarter

Now, despite the high-revving performance of the engine, the vibrations are well managed, unless you are above 7,000rpm. That’s where you can feel a buzz from the footpegs. Otherwise, we didn’t find anything to complain about.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Front Wheel

The engine performance is complemented by the suspension setup and the braking hardware. The upside-down front forks and rear mono-shock are tuned for spirited riding and thus set on the firmer side. The front forks are adjustable for compression and preload while the rear mono-shock can be tuned for preload only. In the stock state of tuning that we received from the manufacturer, the motorcycle glided over minor undulations efficiently. The bigger bumps and potholes, however, sent a harsh bump to the rider. One thing that you must know is that the front forks tend to completely extend out, hitting the stopper when tackling speed breakers at a relatively faster pace.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Rear Wheel

The anchoring hardware on the Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street includes twin 298mm discs at the front and a single 255mm rotor at the back, both grabbed by Brembo-sourced calipers. The setup packs an ample amount of bite and feels progressive, thus giving you the confidence to brake late into a corner. The ABS, however, feels intrusive and the system kicks in way too soon, and there is no option to adjust the feedback. Then, the Pirelli-sourced Angel GT tyres deliver promising feedback and sufficient grip for spirited riding, and the Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street feels remarkably fun around twisting roads.

Features & Technology

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo TFT / Instrument Cluster

Now, the feature list is almost similar to Kawasaki Z650. However, the Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street misses the traction control system. But, there is dual-channel ABS, full-LED lighting, and a Bluetooth-enabled five-inch TFT display with more features and controls than the Kawasaki roadster.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo TFT / Instrument Cluster

The data on the console is neatly placed and it’s easy to read crucial ride-related information. The range, for example, is conveniently placed above the fuel gauge. The tachometer takes up a large part of the display while the speedometer is placed on the right side of the screen. Now, the display can be seen in another format when the Scrambler mode is engaged.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo TFT / Instrument Cluster

The layout of the information changes while the background features an off-road graphic. There is a tyre pressure monitoring system as well, but the numbers are not visible on the main screen. That said, the display, although comprehensive, is difficult to read under bring sunlight since there is no option to make the background white.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Head Light

The LED headlight delivers a decent performance, but it isn’t the best. The high beam is set too tall, which can annoy truckers. This, however, can be resolved by making small adjustments to the setup.

Should You Buy It?

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Right Front Three Quarter

Standalone, the Moto Morini Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street is a very likeable motorcycle. The styling may not be its strongest suit, but its performance, refinement levels, hardware, and handling prowess make it a very appealing product that’s worth your consideration. Moreover, the adjustability function on the front forks gives the Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street an edge over its rivals.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Right Front Three Quarter

Now, this does not come without flaws. There are some heating issues, and while it does not feel very uncomfortable while riding, things can get bothersome in bumper-to-bumper traffic, especially during summer months. Then, there is the Japanese competition. At nearly Rs 7 lakh (ex-showroom), the Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street competes against the likes of the Kawasaki Z650 and the Z 650 RS.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo Left Rear Three Quarter

These 650cc Kawasaki motorcycles, similar to the Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street, pack a 649cc engine but make more power and weigh lighter than the Italian product. Plus, the Japanese models are backed by a more comprehensive sales and service network than the Moto Morini product — all of which does not work in the Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street’s favour.

Photography by Kapil Angane

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Seiemmezzo Specifications & Features


  • Power & PerformancePower & Performance

    Displacement Engine displacement is the measure of the cylinder volume swept by the pistons of an internal combustion engine. It indicates the engine size. 649 cc

    Max Power 54.24 bhp @ 8,250 rpm

    Max Torque 54 Nm @ 7,000 rpm

    Stroke Stroke indicates the number of engine cycles during which a piston travels from top to bottom. 60 mm

    Valves Per Cylinder Valves per cylinder indicate the intake (fuel) and outlet (exhaust of combustion gases) of an engine. 4

    Compression Ratio A compression ratio suggests the degree to which the fuel mixture is compressed before ignition. 11.3:1

    Mileage - ARAI ARAI certified fuel economy that has been tested under controlled conditions. --

    Mileage - Owner Reported This is the fuel economy registered by Bikewale followers. --

    Riding Range The total range that a vehicle can travel on a full tank of fuel. --

    Top Speed The maximum speed that a vehicle can achieve. 175 Kmph

    Transmission 6 Speed Manual

    Transmission Type The transmission type will tell the kind of transmission a two-wheeler has. Chain Drive

    Gear Shifting Pattern Gear Shifting Pattern 1 Down 5 Up

    Cylinders The number of cylinders that an engine features. Most two-wheelers sold in the Indian market feature a single-cylinder. 2

    Bore Bore is the diameter of each cylinder. 83 mm

    Ignition Ignition indicates to the type of starting system that a vehicle uses. CDI

    Spark Plugs A spark plug is a device for firing the explosive mixture. 1 Per Cylinder

    Cooling System The cooling system suggests the cooling mechanism that a motor uses. The types include air, oil, or liquid. Liquid Cooled

    Clutch The clutch disengages or engages the engine from the transmission. Wet Multiplate

    Fuel Delivery System Fuel Injection

    Fuel Tank Capacity The capacity of a vehicle to store fuel. 15.5 litres

    Reserve Fuel Capacity Reserve fuel is part of the main tank that is used when a vehicle is running low on petrol/diesel. 3.1 litres

    Emission Standard Emission standards indicate the output from the exhaust that is permissible in a country. BS6

    Fuel Type Fuel Type is the type of fuel that an engine uses to operate. The different types include petrol, diesel, electric, and ethanol among others. Petrol

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  • Brakes, Wheels & SuspensionBrakes, Wheels & Suspension

    Front Suspension Front suspension usually includes telescopic forks. Inverted Telescope Forks with 120mm travel, Fully Adjustable in Pre-load

    Rear Suspension Rear suspension setup mostly uses a rear mono-shock. Adjustable Monoshock with 118mm travel

    Braking System Braking system is used to reduce the speed of the vehicle or bring it to a standstill. Dual Channel ABS

    Rear Wheel Size Rear wheel size indicates the diameter of the rear wheel. 17 inch

    Front Tyre Size Front tyre size indicate the profile of the front tyre. 120/70 - 18

    Rear Tyre Size Rear tyre size indicates the profile of the rear tyre. 160/60 - 17

    Front Brake Type Most vehicles feature a disc brake at the front although some commuter segment products come with a drum setup. Disc

    Front Brake Size Front brake size indicates the size of the disc or drum setup at the front wheel. 298 mm

    Rear Brake Type Most vehicles come with a drum brake setup at the back although higher spec models feature a disc brake at the rear. Disc

    Rear Brake Size Rear brake size indicates the size of the disc or drum setup at the front wheel. 255 mm

    Calliper Type Front - 4 Piston, Rear - 2 Piston Calipers

    Wheel Type Wheel types include two types - Wire-spoke and Alloy wheels. Spoke

    Front Wheel Size Front wheel size indicates the diameter of the front wheel. 18 inch

    Tyre Type Tyre types are divided into two - Tubeless and Tube Type. Tubeless

    Radial Tyres Radial tyres use steel belts that run at a 90-degree angle with the tread line. No

    Front Tyre Pressure (Rider) --

    Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider) --

    Front Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion) --

    Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion) --

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  • Dimensions & ChassisDimensions & Chassis

    Kerb Weight Kerb weight of the motorcycle is the total weight of a vehicle that is ready for operation. It includes all standard equipment and necessary consumables. 215 kg

    Seat Height The seat height is the height of the rider's saddle from the ground. 785 mm

    Ground Clearance The ground clearance is the distance between the ground and the lowest point of a vehicle. 170 mm

    Overall Width Total width of the vehicle. 890 mm

    Overall Height Overall height is the tallest point of a motorcycle, usually the mirror or the top of a windscreen. 1,155 mm

    Wheelbase The wheelbase is the distance between the front and the rear wheel. 1,440 mm

    Overall Length Overall length of the vehicle is the total length of a two-wheeler from the front to the back. 2,150 mm

    Chassis Type The chassis type is the primary/main frame of a two-wheeler. Trellis Frame

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  • Manufacturer WarrantyManufacturer Warranty

    Standard Warranty (Year) --

    Standard Warranty (Kilometers) --


Odometer Odometer keeps the track of the total kilometres travelled by a vehicle in its lifetime. Digital

DRLs (Daytime running lights) Daytime Running Lights, as the name suggest, are the lights that stay ON when the main headlight is switched off. This feature makes a vehicle easily visible in the rear view mirror of other vehicles. Yes

Mobile App Connectivity Mobile App Connectivity connects the smartphone to the instrument cluster via Bluetooth to offer access to features such as incoming calls, messages, and music. Yes

Low Oil IndicatorYes

Low Battery IndicatorYes

Pillion BackrestNo

GPS & Navigation GPS & Navigation function works via Bluetooth to deliver directions on the instrument cluster. --

USB charging port A USB charging port can be used to charge devices on the go. The feature, which is either available as standard or via accessories, can come handy to recharge devices such as smartphones while riding a vehicle. No

Front storage box No

Under seat storage No

AHO (Automatic Headlight On) Automatic Headlight On feature keeps the main headlamp of the vehicle running all the time. This improves the visibility of a motorcycle/scooter in the rear-view mirror of vehicle ahead. No

Speedometer Speedometer gives an indication of the current speed at which a vehicle is travelling. Digital

Fuel Guage Fuel guage indicates the level of fuel available in the tank of a vehicle. Yes

Digital Fuel Guage Digital fuel guage shows the information about the fuel level in a vehicle through a digital display. Yes

Tachometer Tachometer shows the real-time reading of the revs per minute (RPM) at which the engine is operating. Digital

Stand Alarm Stand alarm notifies the rider if the side stand of the vehicle is engaged. Some vehicles comes with a side stand cut-off feature that does not allow the motor to start until the side stand is lifted. Yes

Stepped Seat In a stepped seat layout, the pillion seat is slightly taller than the rider seat. No

No. of Tripmeters No of tripmeters indicate the total number of trip meters that a vehicle's instrument cluster features. Usually, premium vehicles come with two trip meters, while budget two-wheelers feature a single trip meter. 2

Tripmeter Type Tripmeters are available in two type - analogue and digital. The analogue unit usually features a single trip meter while a digital display may come with two trip meters. Digital

Low Fuel Indicator Low fuel indicator aims to remind the rider that the vehicle is running low on fuel, and it should be refueled soon. Yes

Pillion GrabrailYes

Pillion SeatYes

Pillion FootrestYes

Start TypeElectric Start

Shift LightYes



BatteryMaintenance Free

Headlight TypeLED

Brake/Tail LightLED

Turn SignalLED

Pass LightYes

Additional featuresTFT Intelligent Meter

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FAQs about Moto Morini Seiemmezzo

  • Q: What is the on-road price of Moto Morini Seiemmezzo in 2023?

    A: The 2023 on-road price of Moto Morini Seiemmezzo in Delhi is Rs. 7,88,427. This on-road price includes the ex-showroom price, RTO and insurance charges.
  • Q: Which is better Moto Morini Seiemmezzo or Benelli Leoncino 500?

    A: Moto Morini Seiemmezzo is priced at Rs. 7,10,000, has a 649 cc 6 Speed Manual engine, and weighs 215 kg, whereas, the price of Benelli Leoncino 500 is Rs. 5,54,876 with a 500 cc 6 Speed Manualengine, and weighing 207 kg. You can compare Moto Morini Seiemmezzo vs Benelli Leoncino 500 based on their detailed specifications, features, prices and reviews.
  • Q: What are the colour options of Moto Morini Seiemmezzo?

    A: Moto Morini Seiemmezzo is available in 6 colours which are Matt Grey, Metalized White, Milano Red, Indigo Blue, Matte Green and Graphite Black. You can check all the colour images of Moto Morini Seiemmezzo.
  • Q: What are the key specifications of Moto Morini Seiemmezzo?

    A: Moto Morini Seiemmezzo is a Street bike that weighs 215 kg, has a 649 cc BS6 engine and a fuel capacity of 15.5 litres. You can check the full specifications and features.

Moto Morini Seiemmezzo News

  • Moto Morini Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street Review: Image Gallery
    Moto Morini Seiemmezzo 6½ Retro Street Review: Image Gallery
    27 February 2023
    Pratik Bhanushali

    Moto Morini made its debut in India last year and brought along a handful of products like the X-Cape 650 and the Seiemmezzo Street. While we’ve already ridden and written about the ADV, we were yet to do the same for the Seiemmezzo, until now. And in this story, we’ll give you a close look at Moto Morini’s neo-retro offering.

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