The Italian brand Benelli which has started its second inning in the Indian market had relaunched a few of its most popular bikes like the TNT 300, the 302R and the TNT 600i to mark its come back. Besides this, the company had also introduced two new adventure tourers namely the TRK 502 and the Benelli TRK 502X.
In lieu of regaining its lost market share, the company is offering attractive schemes on their entry-level motorcycles-the TNT 300 and the Benelli 302R. As per the official Benelli website, both of the bikes are being offered at 0% interest rate for a limited period of time.
Benelli India is proposing the scheme in association with a noted bank. Buyers can avail as much as 80% of the ex-showroom price as loan amount. FYI, the 0% per cent interest rate is applicable just for a 12-month duration. Fret not, if anyone wants to go with a package for a long duration, the provided bank rates are also attractive and bearable. One can opt for an interest rate of 2.5% for 24 months, 3.5% for 36 months, 4.5% for 48 months and 4.99% for 60 months. Not even this, there is a 5-year, unlimited kilometre warranty also on offer with the bikes which makes these two extremely valuable products at this time.
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The Benelli 302 R is one and only full fairing motorcycle from Benelli in India. It draws propelling power from a 300 cc twin-cylinder engine, rated to pump out 38.26 BHP of power @ 11,500 RPM and 26.5 Nm of torque @ 10,000 RPM. While the power transmission to the rear wheels is managed via a six-speed transmission. The suspension setup comprises inverted telescopic fork up front and a hydraulic monoshock at the rear. While the braking hardware consists of dual disc brakes up front and a single disc at the rear. The motorcycle is available on sale at an ex-showroom price of INR 3.7 Lakh.
The Benelli TNT300 that’s a naked streetfighter also packs similar 300cc engine. The twin-cylinder motor develops 38.26 hp that is sent to the rear wheels via a 6-speed transmission. The suspension duties on the street fighter managed by an inverted telescopic fork setup in the front and a hydraulic monoshock at the rear. The braking responsibilities here too, handled by a set of 2 discs in the front and a single disc at the rear. This motorcycle asks for a price tag of INR 3.5 Lakh (ex-showroom).