Expected Launch Date: Not available
Note: The bikes which may or may not get launched in the near future in India. These bikes usually are sold outside India, and are showcased in India to see the response of public.
Benelli 752S Overview
Benelli showcased its classic 752S range at the EICMA 2017 held in Milan, Italy. The Benelli 752S appears to be positioned somewhere in the middle of the naked street bike segment. One of the most striking features of Benelli 752S is that it receives an overall classic design. The motorbike has been structured on a steel tube trellis frame. The classic motorcycle has been placed right within the range of middle-weight naked street fighters on a global level. The Italian motorbike manufacturing company Benelli plans to launch the street fighter bike on sale towards the second half of 2018.
Benelli 752S Engine & Transmission
The bike sports a 750cc motor which is liquid cooled, parallel twin, in-line, and fuel injected. The high capacity engine of the bike is able to churn out around 81.5 HP of power at 9,000 rpm along with a peak torque of around 49.5 Nm at 6,500 rpm. These engines specifications of the Benelli 752S bike allows for an overall excellent performance and enhanced touring capacities. The 752S also uses a tubular steel chassis that houses the Euro-IV compliant engine. The engine of the Benelli 752S is mated to a 6-speed transmission gearbox to ensure a great riding experience.
Benelli 752S Braking & Safety
The bike gets the classic Marzocchi inverted 50 mm forks along with Brembo disc brakes in addition to the cast aluminum wheels. The braking of the bike is done through the dual disc of 320 mm each along with 4 piston calipers towards the front end. Similarly, there is the single disc of 260 mm with 1 piston caliper towards the rear end.
The Italian bike manufacturing company has given special attention to the safety of the riders while riding the classic Benelli 752S. To ensure topmost safety, there is the presence of an oscillating swingarm that comes with adjustable non-center in spring preload with an excursion of 45 mm. The braking system of the bike also receives the ABS as standard. The 752S by Benelli sits on alloy wheels of 17-inch each that have been fitted with 120/70 -17 & 180/55 -17 tyres.
Benelli 752S Competitors
The bike being placed right within the middle weight naked street fighters range on a global level, the bike has its strongest rivals in the form of Ducati Monster 797 and Kawasaki Z650.
Benelli 752S Mileage
The bike comes with a 15 Litre fuel tank capacity with mileage specifications yet not revealed completely. In terms of the design, the looks of the bike are not highly aggressive. The design appears to be a hybrid of the MV Agusta Brutale and the Ducati Monster.
Benelli 752S Performance and Handling
The engine of the bike is quite powerful and thus, offers great touring performance in comparison to the existing TNT 600i by Benelli. The naked middle weight features of the sports bike by Benelli allows for amazing performance and enhanced touring capacities.
Benelli 752S What we think
Set for sale during the second half of 2018, there have no revelations been made on the price end of the bike.
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