New Delhi: Benelli, an Italian auto company has recently launched its 502C motorbike in India. The bike is so much in demand as it has unique specifications, designs, and features. The bike is made up of a full-LED lighting setup and also a digital instrument cluster which gives the bike a unique look. It draws the power from a BS6-compliant 500cc, parallel-twin engine.
Benelli 502C has a strong fuel tank, twin-tip fumes, a seat that is stepped-up, a back tire-hugger-mounted number plate, and an oval-molded headlamp. The vehicle has a full-LED lighting arrangement, an advanced instrument control center, and rides on 17-inch wheels shod in Pirelli Angel GT tires.
It has a fuel storage limit of 21-liter that offers ground freedom of 170mm and weighs in at 216kg. the motorbike runs on a 47hp, 500cc motor. The Benelli 502C has a BS6-agreeable 500cc, equal twin, fluid-cooled engine that matches a 6-speed gearbox. The engine creates an extreme force of 46.8hp at 8,500rpm and 46Nm of peak force at 6,000rpm.
It is furnished with upset front forks. As far as safety is concerned, the Benelli 502C is outfitted with the disc brakes on both the front and back tires, alongside double channel ABS to abstain from sliding on the streets while slowing down.
Suspension obligations on the motorbike are dealt with by rearranged adaptive forks on the front side and an oil-damped adjustable loop spring on the backside.
In India, the Benelli 502C conveys a beginning sticker price of Rs. 4.98 lakh (ex-showroom). Bookings of the bike are in progress against a token amount of Rs. 10,000.