Benelli TNT 300 Expert Review
Benelli TNT 300 Expert Review - Check Advantages & Disadvantages
Benelli has created the TNT 300 ‘’Tornado’’ specifically for entry-level as well as the frugal commuter segment. This sports bike comes with an unintimidating powerplant to table with a naked sports bike assembly which fits with existing styling trends.
Benelli TNT 300 Features
The Tornado comes with many design aspects and some shades of The Old Country are visible in curves of lines. The entry includes the normal headlight which has a small flyscreen/wind deflector up top. A stylish front adds a bit of flair at the front end and pulls double duty as it protects the swept area of forks from both dust and debris. A little bit of pullback at bars enables a straight riding position. But lines of fuel tank enable the rider tuck in using knee-hangers on the tank.
The bike’s subframe is equipped with a pillion pad and grab rails for a passenger or sufficient space to keep some cargo. At first glance, Tornado more or less follows the genre line. The bike starts revealing some details which aren’t as polished as other competitors. A trestle-type frame has been created from welded sections of steel tubing which certainly looks strong enough. A set of 41 mm, used forks buoy front.
The rear shock comes with an off-center which is mounted and laid over in line with a frame in which it has a very clean look. It comes with an adjustable spring preload. Suspension travel at axle measurements are 5.31 inches in front, but just 1.65-inches at the rear. The cornering clearance has been minimized on the right side because of the muffler’s position.
Benelli TNT 300 Specifications
The bike’s four-stroke parallel-twin engine comes with a 12000 rpm redline. It's 65 mm bore and 45.2 mm stroke which offers 300 CC at the nose and 12 to 1 compression ratio. The dual overhead cams time the bike’s four-valve heads and water jacket & radiator handles the waste heat. Despite the electronic fuel injection and catalytic converters, this mill meets Euro 3 emission standards.
The power figures are somewhere in between 37.6 horsepower at 10000 rpm and 20.21 pounds of grunt with 9000 rpm. The 432-pound curb weight of the bike offers power output is enough for a bit of fun without having the beginner to put in a too much of effort. A usual, non-slipper clutch couples the engine power to the six-speed transmission with a tough chain drive for making the final connection with the pavement.
- Starting Price - - 3,29,000 3,10,000
- Mileage - 25 Kmpl
- Engine - 300 cc
- Max Power - 38.25 PS @ 11500rpm
- Max Torque - 26.5 Nm @ 10000 rpm
Benelli TNT 300 Advantages
- The bike has a solid build quality which ensures that the bike can be used over a couple of years.
- It is equipped with a strong engine.
- The bike functions using the latest technology.
- It has great looks which makes it a great option for bike enthusiasts.
- The bike comes with a good value for money.
- It has been created from the best quality of ABS material.
Benelli TNT 300 Disadvantages
- The lack of limited sales and service outlets is a major problem.