BS6 Benelli Imperiale 400 Launched – Know Price and Details


BS6 Benelli Imperiale 400 is finally here and it comes at a increased price. however, it remains good value considering two year complimentary service and affordable service cost than before, which was already improved once the new management of Mahavir group took over. The three unlimited warranty is on offer as well. Benelli has turned out to be a reliable manufacturer over its previous and new rivals. Prices are higher than the RE Classic 350 which should also get price hikes very soon considering very little was increased while upgrading the motorcycle in March 2020. Let’s look at the details of the new BS6 Imperiale.

BS6 Benelli Imperiale 400 Design and Dimensions

Everything remains the same in terms of styling so it has the long and old school length along with retro panels such as the tank, the side panel and split seat shape is all very modern-retro. We will have to check if build quality has had any changes, something that wasn’t entirely a big issue earlier with the motorcycle. Speedometer remains the same as before with information being displayed such as distance to empty and other tell-tale lights. The

GSX-250R Chassis, suspension and brakes

The diamond frame continues with twin shocks at the back that can be adjusted. The review of the motorcycle is live from the past. Benelli has not said that any changes have been done. The tyres are the same before and so are the brakes. Dual channel ABS is on offer.

BS6 Benelli Imperiale 400
BS6 Benelli Imperiale 400

BS6 Benelli Imperiale 400 Price and Launch

The motorcycle is now expensive by Rs. 20,000. The BS4 motorcycle started at 1.69 lakhs and then the prices became RS. 1.79 lakhs. The price has now reached 1.99 lakhs because of the BS6 transition change in engine updation and currency exchanges are at all time high forcing Benelli to send the prices higher.


BS6 Benelli Imperiale 400 Engine And Specification

The power remains the same at 21 BHP and 29 Nm of torque. However, power comes 6000 RPM instead of 5500 RPM earlier, but the torque now comes lower at 3500 RPM instead of 4500 RPM. This should improve rideability even more and engine should feel quite different.

BS6 Benelli Imperiale 400 Competition

Royal Enfield Classic 350, Jawa Jawa and Dominar 250

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