Benelli TNT 600 i out now!

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The Benelli TNT 600i is a middleweight streetfighter motorcycle. Which was launched along with four other Benelli models in March 2015. Pitted against the Kawasaki ER-6n, Hyosung GT 650N, and the Ducati Scrambler, the TNT 600i is one of the first 600cc four-cylinder motorcycles in India. Also, the TNT 600i is a proper naked motorcycle, the sculpted tank, angular tank shrouds, tubular trellis frame. And also under seat four-into-two exhausts adding to the overall naked street design language of the bike.

 

 

Look at them side by side, and the Benelli TNT 600i looks like a different bike altogether. The TNT 600i Limited Edition, on the other hand, comes in an attractive golden shade. With matching brake and clutch levers. Overall, even the TNT 600i is not a bike which will win any design or styling awards. And in a crowded parking lot, not too many folks may give it the once over.

 

Design & Features

Italian motorcycle maker bets large on India. This time and brings up the world-class biking experience straight to your city. The Benelli TNT 600i is finally here. Its massive looking body infusing with the bright color tone of its body parts creates a visual wonder. Benelli has been a long-awaited bike brand since their announcement of entering India. With excellent performance and attractive body design, the new TNT 600i is a pure street fighter. Those who love naked motorcycles with performance packed specifications would love to have this one with them.

The upside down Marzocchi front forks and an adjustable Sachs offset mono-shock suspension setup. For the TNT 600i has been borrowed from the bigger TNT motorcycles. Braking hardware for the 17-inch wheels is made up of twin 320mm floating discs at the front and a single 240mm disc in the rear.

Engine

The engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox. Suspension work is handled by inverted telescopic forks with 120 mm stroke. At the front and a hydraulic Benelli 123mm mono-shock absorber at the rear. Braking is in the hands of 320 mm twin floating discs with radial mounted. With 4-piston calipers for the front and 260 mm single disc along with double piston caliper at the rear.

 

 


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