Benelli Q.J. is an Italian company, based in the city of Pesaro in the Marche region, that produces motorcycles and scooters.
Since 2005 Benelli is owned by the Qianjiang Motorcycle, a Chinese company owned by the Geely Holding Group. Originally founded in 1911 in Pesaro, Benelli is the second oldest Italian motorcycle company still in business.
The 2020 upgraded Benelli TNT 600i made its first public appearance in Italy at the EICMA. Benelli TNT 600i was launched in India in the year 2015. It has not received any upgrades after the addition of the Anti-Lock Braking System since 2017. The new Benelli TNT 600i is expected to launch on October 21, 2021, with a redesigned engine and sharper looks. It is a well-sculpted sports naked bike that has angular tank shrouds, exhausts of four-into-two and a tubular trellis frame.
Benelli has shattered the power dynamic in the lightweight naked sport category with its latest and greatest entrant into the category, the 302S. A direct descendant of the legendary TNT 300, the 302S builds on its predecessor's primal sound and extreme competence and takes it to the next level. Sporting devastating Italian lines from its spectacularly aggressive headlight all the way back to its ultra LED taillight, the 302S delivers outstanding performance, futuristic technology, and economic advantages beyond the reach of any legitimate rivals.
From the moment the 180S first rolls up alongside its streetfighter prey and lets out a roar, there’s no question it’s a beast to be feared. But nothing indicates just how deadly serious the 180S is than a close inspection of its components. Benelli has leveraged the full extent of its big-bike experience to unleash a technological showcase on the sub-175.3cc naked sport category. Warning: Eats up pavement and an endless appetite for adventure
Bleeding edge tech is utilized pursuit of maximum thrills on Benelli’s TNT 150i and race-derived components adorn its suspension, chassis, brakes and the sophisticated 150cc air-and-oil cooled four-stroke single cylinder features a four-valve, twin-spark SOHC architecture, TLI ignition, and electronic fuel injection for outstanding perfor- mance and efficiency. And all of this is perfectly packaged in an athletic, sinuous form. The only thing about it that doesn’t hit like a brick thrown from a Tornado is its price.
A New Rider’s Best Friend. Motorcycling can be intimidating to a new rider. But with the all-new TNT 15 from Benelli there are no worries, because the TNT 15 offers the handling confidence, light weight and smooth power new riders need to be successful. It all starts with the TNT 15’s air-cooled, 148cc engine, which delivers smooth, easy-to-use power through its 5-speed gearbox. The engine is bulletproof, too, which means you’ll get years of dependable service. The frame is sturdy, too, and offers easy handling and features complaint, plush suspension – just what new riders need. Sexy bodywork and 17-inch cast alloy wheels make the new TNT 15 a fabulous looker, too, so you’ll always feel good while riding it. So get on a TNT 15. And get riding!
It’s true: Benelli’s new TNT135 is a smaller bike with big-bike features and technology, which proves the old “Size Isn’t Everything” saying perfectly. From its race-inspired suspension, wheels and brakes to its lattice-steel frame and sporty ergonomics, the super-fun TNT135 will surprise and satisfy, mile after mile.
Jump aboard Benelli’s adventure-oriented TRK 502, and the road is your ticket to freedom. Whether you’re riding across town or across the country, the TRK is the perfect traveling companion. With its comfortable ergonomics, amazing wind and weather protection, capable suspension, and efficient and powerful twin-cylinder engine, you can turn each day into a different adventure, discover new worlds, all without any limitations. Wrapped in a traditional Benelli steel trellis frame is the all new twin-cylinder four- stroke liquid-cooled 500cc, developed by Benelli for its latest new models, with electronic injection, overhead double camshaft timing system, 4 valves per cylinder. The maximum power is 48 CV (35 kW) at 8500 rpm and the torque is of 45 Nm (4,6 kgm) at 4500 rpm, meaning perfect response in all conditions. Stability, safety and precision are the key words of this new Benelli TRK 502. So get on a TRK 502. And get away.