Benelli, one of the prominent Italian superbike manufacturers, has suffered from a lot of ups and down in the last decade. Hence, the brand is available in different markets though under varied monikers. In the country like India, the Benelli’s charm is still fresh in enthusiasts and they are willing its revival with new products and important announcements in country soon.
The EICMA 2018 has been a platform for Benelli to showcase and proved its worth with its upcoming products and the production-ready 2019 Benelli 752S streetfighter were one of the major highlights there. Globally, its launch is plausible soon with different engine options like a twin-cylinder and a parallel twin engine. The latter offers an impressive performance. In the segment, it will pose the competition against the Ducati Monster 797.
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Benelli 752S uses the churn from mechanicals-four-valve per cylinder with the 750cc displacement that’s 75hp and 66.4Nm. With the fuel tank capacity of 14.4-litre, the motorcycle has 228 kg kerb weight. The overall weight or the wet weight of the 2019 Benelli 752S is quite more even for the similar genre bike or higher displacement bikes with 900cc which are under 210kg (wet weight). The underpinned steel trellis frame with added steel plates is could be considered behind the heavy weight of the motorcycle.
Sits on Marzocchi 50mm forks upfront along with a preload adjustable monoshock, the Benelli 752S propels on 17-inch wheels at both ends. While the braking is powerful with equipped components. A proper streetfighter in stance, motorcycle carries a headlamp with dual projectors and unique styling to pull a wide range of audience. Other than this, among the key attributes of attraction, the motorcycle comes packed with stylish exhaust with metallic-finished muffler and massive tyres which offers extraordinary confidence to the rider. Here in India, Benelli 752S is expected to launch anytime by this year end with a decent lower price to combat with Ducati and MV Agusta rivals.