Thursday, November 13 2014 @ 10:00 AM ICT
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The Benelli BN302 designed by a Italian design team at the head office in Pesaro, Italy and manufactured in China. The Benelli BN302 is well-styled and nicely proportioned. The Benelli motorcycle's slim-spoke alloy rims match the overall design, as do smart linings that run around the wheel rims. It's a modern-day motorcycle, as can be spotted in its several cutting-edge specifications, that include twin front disc brakes, beefy looking upside-down forks, a liquid-cooled engine and steel tube trellis frame spine that holds it all together.
The Benelli BN302's fuel tank is muscular, attractive-looking and flows smoothly into the riding seat, tail panels and smart grab rails. A stubby exhaust canister sits low under the engine, guared by a smart, dark-colored belly pan. We've yet to test the motorcycle, following which we will be able to bring you a thorough report of quality and fit-finish being offered.
The Benelli BN302 derives power from a parallel twin, high-revving 300cc engine that's liquid-cooled and runs four valves per cylinder from its set of overhead camshafts. 36.2 horsepower of power is made at 11,500rpm, with maximum torque of 26.5Nm output high up in the powerband at 9,000rpm. It's liquid-cooled powerplant, with a twin, 38mm throttle body fuel-injection system in place. Compression ratio of 12:1, while the cylinders measure 65mm bore and 45.2mm stroke.