Benelli Duke 390 Rival Is In The Making will really be as good as the hyper and well focused orange machines to give KTM tough time?
The Brand name Benelli is undoubtedly a popular name across the planet and is in fact the oldest Italian motorcycle manufacturer. In the bygone times, most of the renowned motorcyclists raced only with Benelli bikes. Such awesomeness, and glory is possessed by the brand. Much recently, DSK Benelli has launched its 320R, an entry-level full-faired sports bike in India, at a splendid price of rupees 3.48 lakhs. The company has also planned of launching a series of other models in the upcoming months.
Though all of us are pretty much apprehensive about the fact that the Leocino and TRK 502, both being geared up in a superfast pace to be launched in the desi market, one of the leading executives at the DSK Benelli has stated that the company is right now working on a 300-400cc street- fighter bike, possessing a single-cylinder engine. It has also been revealed that the motorcycle will show up at the 2018 Auto Expo.
The imminent 300-400cc motorcycle is getting crafted particularly for the Indian market and will be receiving encouragement from DSK’s Research and Development Department. The dirt bike is to be shaped in India and is right now under the standardization and endorsement process. There have been cerebrations that this all- new 300-400cc street-fighter will be scrounging the required architectural suggestions from the TNT 750 GS and would possess the fantabulous trellis frame from the 302R.
Nevertheless, it is indeed too early to be judgmental about this chopper. Meanwhile, Benelli is treating the KTM Duke 390 to be the aggressive rivalry for their upcoming 300-400cc motorcycle. The price tags of the upcoming hog can expected in the environs of rupees 2.8 lakhs to 3 lakhs. It is still definitely fascinating to observe how Benelli will be seating and hang up the price tag for their upcoming 300-400cc street-fighter while it already possesses an entry level single-cylinder 250cc offering in the form of the TNT 25.