One of the oldest Italian motorcycle brand Benelly is gearing up to come out with its smallest offering next year – the single-cylinder Benelli TNT 25. The small-hearted urban street brawler promises to be a strong performer with its 249cc single-cylinder engine putting out 24 real horsepower and 26 Nm torque. As with all other Benellis, the TNT 25 will sound fantastic and its expected price tag will be even sweeter music to your ears.
The Benelli TNT 25 is similar styled as the TNT300s, but there are some differences. The Benelli TNT25 comes with a smaller fuel tank, and the front telescopic forks are upside down. The instrument panel packs information like selected gear, and the regulars like speedometer, trip-meter, odometer and clock. The overall look and feeling of the Benelli TNT 25 is that of a premium motorcycle. The cooling radiator is standard protected by a protective plastic shroud. The tubular trellis chassis is well manufactured and welding looks good, the little plastic fairing is from a good quality plastic. Overall, the new Benelli TNT 25 is a good looking motorcycle. The Benelli TNT 25 will be manufactured in China, but if the quality of the retail models is identical to what we have seen you not have to worry where it's made. Tag: BenelliTNT25250ccsingle-cylinderSmall-Capacity-BikeTNT300SNaked-Bike