Benelli 502C Launched At Rs 4.98 Lakh
Benelli has added the 502C to its 500cc portfolio in India, priced at Rs 4.98 lakh (ex-showroom).
Benelli started pre-orders for the 502C a few weeks ago, and the twin-cylinder power cruiser is now available for Rs 4.98 lakh. It is approximately Rs 30,000 more expensive than the Leoncino, and its closest competitor is the Kawasaki Vulcan S, which costs Rs 6.04 lakh.
In India, the 502C is powered by the same 500cc parallel-twin engine that powers the Leoncino and TRK 502 models. A 6-speed gearbox and chain drive system deliver 47.5 horsepower and 46 Nm of torque to the rear wheels.
The Benelli 502C has a slightly low and long power cruiser stance that appears to be largely influenced by the Ducati Diavel, particularly at the rear. A hefty USD fork, exposed trellis frame, and twin-barrel exhaust system are among the highlights. The 502C is equipped with an LED headlight, completely digital instruments, and an adjustable clutch lever, as well as Pirelli Angel GT tires.