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DSK-Benelli TNT 250 First Review

We take a close look at the DSK-Benelli TNT 250 which is scheduled for an India launch in the second half of 2015 and will be the cheapest offering from the stables of Benelli in the Indian two-wheeler market. Get the latest updates for DSK-Benelli bikes on
DSK-Benelli TNT 250DSK-Motowheels had announced in late 2014 that it will be launching five new Benelli motorcycles in the Indian market. The motorcycles headed our way were from varying displacements between 300cc to 1,130cc. The biggest hurdle for Benelli is pricing, as these bikes will come via the CKD route. The fact that every motorcycles that would be launched is a multi cylinder offering didn’t help either. To address this issue DSK-Motowheels announced at the India Bike Week 2015 that it will launch the Benelli TNT 250 in India by second half of 2015. What sets the Benelli TNT 250 apart from its other Italian siblings is its heart. The Benelli TNT 250 is powered by a single-cylinder motor which should help DSK in pricing the motorcycle aggressively and it will be the cheapest Benelli motorcycle when it goes on sale in India.
The Benelli TNT 250 made its world debut at the 2014 EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Italy late last year as the BN 251. The styling of the Benelli TNT 250 is akin to any modern naked motorcycle offering while a heavy influence from the Benelli TNT 300 is clearly visible. Sculpted tank, split seat, rear grab rails, multi-spoke alloy wheels and chunky side slung exhaust complement the attractive design of the bike. The tail of the bike looks erringly similar to that of the KTM 200 Duke in profile. The Benelli TNT 250 employs a part-analogue-part-digital instrument cluster with the analogue tachometer taking centre stage. The rear-set footpegs and flat handle bars should result in a marginally sporty yet comfortable riding posture like most modern street bikes. The overall design of the Benelli TNT 250 is fresh and interesting which should find favours among the youngsters.  

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