There are no mechanical or equipment changes accompanying the price hike.
Benelli India has hiked prices across its entire line-up in India by Rs 2,201 to Rs 27,000. The bike maker’s portfolio in the country includes the TRK502,Imperiale, TRK251 range of motorcycles.
- Hike ranges between Rs 2,201 and Rs 27,000
- No specification or fitment changes
- Includes the recently launched Benelli TRK 251
Benelli hiked the price of its TRK 502 and TRK 502 X motorcycles in India by Rs 16,000 each. The TRK502 now costs Rs 5.11 lakh, while the TRK 502X costs Rs 5.55 lakh.
The road-biased TRK 502 features alloy wheels and road-biased tires, while its adventurous twin, the 502X, comes with more off-road-oriented wire-spoke wheels.
Along with the TRK 502 twins, other motorcycles in the Benelli stable, like the TRK251, 502C, Leoncino, and the Imperiale, also received a price hike.
The Leoncino 500 prices get hiked by Rs 27,000, with the range now starting at Rs 4.96 lakh, compared to the previous Rs 4.69 lakh.
The 502C, the cruiser in the Benelli range, gets a hike of Rs 5,000 and the range now starts from Rs 5.25 lakh, compared to the previous Rs 5.20 lakh.
The 502 twins, 502C cruiser, and the Leoncino 500 scrambler, all come with the same 499.6cc, parallel-twin liquid-cooled engine producing 47.5hp at 8,500rpm and 46Nm of torque at 6,000rpm. The aforementioned motorcycles also get a 6-speed gearbox.
The Imperiale, Benelli’s retro roadster model that squares up against the Royal Enfield Classic 350, gets a price hike of Rs 2,201, which brings its current prices to Rs 1.92 lakh.
Lastly, the recently launched TRK 251 gets dearer by Rs 3,000, taking its price to Rs 2.54 lakh from the previous Rs 2.51 lakh.
The revision of price by Benelli has not resulted in any change in specification or addition in terms of fitment, and the bikes remain largely the same.
All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi