Benelli TNT 600

Benelli sort of unveils TNT 600

The upcoming Benelli TNT 600 has sort of been unveiled when partner company QJ Motor recently pulled the wraps off its new QJ SRK 600 (pictured above). This naked bike will be the basis for the TNT 600 and include keyless ignition, backlit switches, and full-colour TFT dash. Unlike previous models, which seem to be Ducati dopplegangers (see below …

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Benelli Leoncino 800

Benelli steps up with Leoncino 800

It’s been a three-year wait but the Leoncino 800 and 800 Trail will finally arrive next year to beef up the small range from the Italian/Chinese company. They are powered by a 754cc liquid-cooled twin with 60kW of power and 67Nm of torque which is a step up from the 35kW Leoncino 500. However, they …

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Benelli 502C urban cruiser

Benelli 502C is a LAMS urban cruiser

Benelli 502C fits into a category of bike roughly referred to as an urban cruiser suitable for learner and novice riders. It arrives in Australian showrooms at $9790 ride away with a two-year unlimited kilometre warranty and roadside assistance in gloss black, “Coniac Red” or matte black. Urban cruiser If you think we have invented the …

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Benellli 752S

Benelli unveils 752S naked bike

Benelli is expected to reveal its 752S naked bike next week at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan after almost two years of waiting. Photos of the production-ready bike (pictured above) were circulated in February 2017. It is now “revealed” in a blur in this video filmed in the Italian Dolomites, north of the company …

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2018 Benelli Leoncino Trail - Davidson motorcycle seat

Benelli Lencino adds Trail version

The Italian-designed and Chinese-owned Benelli Leoncino scrambler arrived in March and now the more off-road-oriented Trail variant will arrive in August. Both are learner-approved and powered by a 496cc parallel-twin. Extra for Trail The Scrambler comes in at $8990 ride away, while the Trail will costs an extra $600, although the only differences are that the Trail has …

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2018 Benelli Leoncino

Benelli Leoncino joins scrambler scramble

The scramble to have scramblers in your fleet continues with Italian-designed and Chinese-owned Benelli’s Leoncino scrambler. The 496cc parallel-twin-powered learner-approved scrambler is now available in Australia at $8990 ride away. Does Leoncino scramble? It’s not exactly what we call a scrambler, but this video suggests it is. It shows the rider sedately cruising through some …

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Benelli 752S doppelganger

Benelli unveils Ducati doppelganger models

Chinese-made and former Italian brand Benelli has introduced a range of new models that seem to be Ducati doppelganger models. It’s not unknown that Chinese manufacturers copy the intellectual property of other manufacturers, but Benelli has not been so blatant in the past. Doppelganger models The new 402S looks like a small-capacity doppelganger of the …

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Benellli 750cc 750GS

Benelli reveals 750cc Ducati Monster copy

Benelli plans a product assault this year, among them a new 750cc naked bike that looks incredibly like a Ducati Monster. These photos of a production-ready bike have been circulated on several websites in India. It is believed to be called the 750GS streetfighter and it is powered by a 750cc water-cooled parallel twin engine with …

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Benelli BN251 model assault

Benelli adding ABS in new model assault

Benelli has begun its 2017 model assault with the release of the BN251 to be followed by more models next year and ABS as an option across the range. The Italian-owned-and-developed, Chinese-made Benelli range will have as many as 14 motorcycles and a scooter available in Australia by mid-2017. Australian importers Urban Moto Imports have …

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