Imperiale 400 is the cheapest fisherman from Benelli that will be collected in India and locks its horns with Jawa 42 and the Jawa Picts
Benelli launched their drama campaign the 502 and 502X TRK in India on February 18, 2019. During the opening ceremony, the officials of Benelli have announced plans to launch at least 5 new motors this year in India and the Imperiale 400 will be one.
From these images, you can clearly see that this motorcycle will have a & # 39; First of all comes to Benelli's first retro-styled offer that will be the first time. Just like the hard-haired Jawa and Jawa 42. Imperiale 400 is a fascinating capture of the range of Benelli-MotoBi motorcycle in the 1950s.
A motorcycle first appeared at the EICMA 2017 motorcycle show two years ago. The Imperiale 400 is managed by 373.5 cc, one runner, single cam, a fuel engine that carries around 19 bp of power at 5500 rpm and 28 Nm of a torque at 3500 rpm.
The engine is blended with a 5-fast gear garden. A motorcycle is built around a double cradle mountain and its; using a telescopic frontage and two-dimensional motifs on the back. The model that was shown at the motorcycle display showed disc brakes on both wheels and will also provide a uncommon ABS channel for rider's safety.
If we talk about its style, the Imperiale will receive 400 classic halogen headaches, a rubber tube with a rubber rubber and a seating split. A motorcycle also has a & # 39; get a simple simple and grouped instrument group of globes in every place to see them back.
The motorcycle would not get an electronic support as well as an ABS to keep the prices competitive. If we talk about some other signs, Imperiale 400 has a weight of 200 kilograms and gets a 12-liter fuel tank. promises to offer an appropriate range.
Benelli has plans to turn to his / her; motorcycle here in India at their new manufacturing center in Hyderabad. As mentioned above, Benelli Imperiale 400 will face the opposition of Jawa 42 and the Jawa as well as the Classic Enfield Classic 350 when it is the last one. launched here until half 2019.