The Italian superbike manufacturer Benelli and Adishwar Auto Ride India – Mahavir Group, has launched its popular Adventure Tourer, the BS-VI TRK 502X in the Indian market, for an introductory price starting at Rs. 5,19,900 for the Metallic Dark Grey colour. The Pure White and Benelli Red colour are priced at Rs. 5,29,900. Both prices are Ex-showroom, India, with a 3-Year Unlimited KMS warranty as standard.
Bookings and deliveries for the BS-VI TRK 502X have begun and customers can book the TRK 502X for Rs. 10,000, by reaching out to one of Benelli India’s 41 Dealerships set across India.
Commenting on the TRK 502X launch, Mr. Vikas Jhabakh, Managing Director, Benelli India, said, “We are delighted to introduce the TRK 502X back in India, in the BS-VI format. Based on our recently launched Grand Tourer, the TRK 502, the 502X has been developed with more focus on adventure riding, offering higher ground clearance and an equipment list that is more suited to tackle off-road riding conditions. It also offers unmatched ergonomics, enhanced features and uncompromised quality. We are confident that the entry-level BS-VI TRK range will continue to strengthen our footprint in the adventure touring segment.”
The adventure-ready TRK 502X gets 110/80 – 19-inch (front) and 150/70 – 17-inch (rear), wrapped onto spoked rims that offer more flex to tackle rough situations. Benelli India has also launched an array of accessories for adventure enthusiasts.
The re-tuned, liquid-cooled 500cc twin-cylinder engine produces a peak power output of 47.5PS at 8500rpm, with a peak torque output of 46NM at 6000rpm. The slick-shifting six-speed gearbox is offered along with a gear shift indicator, which enables you to get into the right gear for the right situation.
The TRK 502X is based on a Steel Trellis Frame, a large20-litre fuel tank, twin 320mm floating discs with a 2-piston calliper (front) and a single 260mm disc with one piston calliper (rear), with dual-channel ABS,
The TRK 502X comes equipped with a redesigned console with a mix of analogue display in white and amber lit digital display.
The motorcycle gets adjustable rear mono-shock and 220mm ground clearance. The handlebar that is finished in black now, showcases a Benelli logo and pitch level indicator for easy adjustments. The new cast aluminium rear box bracket eliminates all limits to mounting luggage and puts endless tours within the rider’s reach.