The price increase is not accompanied by any mechanical or equipment changes.
Benelli India has raised prices across the board by Rs 2,201 to Rs 27,000 in India. The TRK502, Imperiale, and TRK251 motorcycles are among the company’s offerings in the country.
In India, Benelli increased the price of its TRK 502 and TRK 502 X motorcycles by Rs 16,000 each. The TRK502 is now available for Rs 5.11 lakh, while the TRK 502X is now available for Rs 5.55 lakh.
The TRK 502 is designed for the road and comes with alloy wheels and road-biased tyres, whereas the 502X is designed for off-road use and comes with wire-spoke wheels.
Other Benelli motorcycles, such as the TRK251, 502C, Leoncino, and Imperiale, received price increases in addition to the TRK 502 twins.
The Leoncino 500 prices have increased by Rs 27,000, with the range now starting at Rs 4.96 lakh, up from Rs 4.69 lakh previously.
The 502C, Benelli’s cruiser, has received a 5,000-rupee price increase, and the range now starts at Rs 5.25 lakh, up from Rs 5.20 lakh previously.
The same 499.6cc parallel-twin liquid-cooled engine powers the 502 twins, 502C cruiser, and Leoncino 500 scrambler, producing 47.5hp at 8,500rpm and 46Nm of torque at 6,000rpm. A 6-speed gearbox is also included on the aforementioned motorcycles.
The Imperiale, Benelli’s retro roadster that competes with the Royal Enfield Classic 350, has received a price increase of Rs 2,201, bringing its current price to Rs 1.92 lakh.
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Finally, the recently launched TRK 251 is now Rs 3,000 more expensive than before, costing Rs 2.54 lakh instead of Rs 2.51 lakh.
Benelli’s price reduction has resulted in no changes in specification or additions in terms of fitment, and the bikes are essentially unchanged.