Benelli Imperiale 400 price Increased
Benelli India has held a gala of time before the BS6 era came into existence. It had a wide portfolio, but when the new rules came into effect, then the Chinese cyclist had taken the plugin its activities for a short period. The Imperiale 400 was launched during the BS6 period and the BS6 conforming TRK 502 and Leoncino 500 were followed by Benelli. Benelli India appears to be on a price rise late and prices for TRK 502 and Leonicno 500 have already risen.
And now, the Imperiale 400’s prices have increased. The quantity of the rise, however, is little – just — kin 799. This is to say that, the silver-colored model Benelli Imperiale 400 starts at the price of Rs 189,799 and is up until Rs 193,976 for red and black colors.
Benelli has introduced a bigger, more costly catalytic converter and O2 sensor to comply with BS6. The engine still generates a maximum capacity of 21 hp and a peak torque of 29 Nm. The greatest power nevertheless is created at 500rpm, but more significantly, at 1000rpm, it starts at 3500rpm in a relaxed time. The engine is still equipped with a five-speed transmission.
Interestingly, despite the inclusion of the larger catalytic converter, Benelli has retained the same kerb weight of 205kg as the BS4 vehicle. The Imperiale 400 compliant BS6 maintains its predecessor’s contemporary classic design and looks the same. The vintage style of the tank is characterized by items like the rubber thigh pads, the circular headlight cluster, the split seat design, large lift bars, etc. It is retro stylistic.
The bike also receives black mechanical parts and a large chrome drainage pipe. A semi-digital console with analog pods for the speed meter and a tachometer, a tiny digital display for other crucial reading, is also available on the bike’s instrument panel. Double-channel ABS is used for braking disc-breaks on either end.
The new Benelli Imperiale 400 is located on a two-burner frame. Telescopic forks on the front of the suspension and adjustable shocks on the rear are used to execute the suspension tasks. The front is a 19-inch wheel with a single 300mm disk and a single 240mm disk with an 18-inch wheel in the back. The overall dimension of the bike is 2,170 mm long and 1,120 mm high without mirrors. The height of the driver’s seat is 780 mm and 820 mm width excluding mirrors with a spread of 1 440 mm. The ground clearance is 165 mm.
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