- Now available at Rs 2,35,000
- Gets expensive by Rs 21,000
- No changes to styling or specifications
Benelli India has revised the prices of its motorcycles in our market and this revision affects the company’s retro-style Imperiale 400. With the newest price hike, this Royal Enfield Classic 350-rival is now available at Rs 2,35,000 (ex-showroom, India), an increase of Rs 21,000 over the previous ex-showroom price tag. Further, all colour options are now available at the same price tag.
Similar to the rest of Benelli’s products sold in India, this price hike does not bring any cosmetic or mechanical changes to the motorcycle. Thus, it continues to pack retro-styling along with a 374cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces a maximum output of 20.7bhp and a peak torque of 29Nm. The feature list retains a halogen headlight, a semi-digital instrument cluster, and dual-channel ABS.
With this price hike, the Imperiale 400 has become substantially more expensive than the highest-selling Royal Enfield motorcycle. Apart from the Royal Enfield Classic 350, the Imperiale 400 also faces competition from the Honda Hness CB350 and the Jawa Standard in our market.