Benelli TNT
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Benelli TNT User Reviews

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₹ 1,20,000 - ₹ 11,86,000
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The TNT 25 has a great power-to-weight ratio, with a 249 cc engine producing 28.16 BHP @ 9800 rpm and 21.61 NM @ 8000 rpm. The engine is liquid cooled and electronically fuel injected, giving it precision and a longer life span. It is mated to a six-speed gearbox, and has not been heavily tuned, making it on par with other 250 cc segment bikes. The TNT 25's main rival in the 200 cc segment is the KTM Duke and it remains to be seen how much success the TNT 25 will have in India. According to the company, the top speed of the Benelli TNT 250 is 145 kmph.

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The Benelli TNT 25 is an excellent bike with a wide variety of features that make it an awesome choice for anyone looking for a reliable, stylish ride. The bike looks great and has a good reputation, making you feel proud while riding it. It's also easy to use, with a responsive throttle and intuitive controls that make it a breeze to maneuver. In terms of performance, the bike has a good pickup, with a powerful engine that responds quickly to your commands. The average is also impressive, allowing you to get good mileage without stressing about the bike's performance. Finally, the bike also has a range of extra features that make it even more attractive, such as a stylish design, excellent sound system, and more. All in all, the Benelli TNT 25 is a great bike that offers everything you need for a perfect ride.

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The Benelli TNT 25 is a great bike for those looking for a powerful, reliable and efficient ride. It is powered by a 249.33 cc engine with 9800 RPM and 28.18 BHP of power which is perfect for those looking for a powerful ride. It is equipped with a 6-gear transmission and comes with a telescopic front suspension and a mono shock absorber at the rear. It also comes with alloy wheels and hydraulic disc brakes, along with an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS). The Benelli TNT 25 is a great competitor to the Mojo 300 and KTM Duke 390 in terms of performance and power. Its MRF tyres provide good grip and are suitable for higher pickup and exchange rate. Overall, the Benelli TNT 25 is a great choice for those looking for a powerful and reliable ride.

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The Benelli TNT 25 is an absolute delight to ride, with its light weight and naked exterior allowing for swift acceleration. Handling the bike is a breeze and maneuvering through tight corners is a breeze. The control on the bike is extremely responsive and reliable, allowing for a smooth and comfortable ride.

The mileage on this bike is also quite impressive, with an average of 30 kmpl and a huge 17-liter tank giving you plenty of range. A reserve capacity of 3 liters is also a great feature, allowing you to get to the nearest fuel station easily.

Overall, the Benelli TNT 25 is an absolute pleasure to ride, with all its features and capabilities making it the perfect bike for long-distance riders. Comfort, control, reliability and mileage are all top notch and this bike outperforms its competitors in every aspect.

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Benelli TNT 25 delivers an unmatched combination of power, agility, and style that makes it an ideal choice for those who are looking for an all-rounder. It features a 249cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that churns out a maximum power of 25.8 Bhp @ 9000 rpm and 21 Nm of torque @ 7500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission, and the bike is equipped with a 300 mm petal disc at the front and a 240 mm single disc at the rear. It is available with Metzeler or MRF tyres, with adjustable front and rear suspension. The bike delivers a mileage of 35-40 kmpl in city conditions, and it has an ex-showroom price of Rs 1.60 lakh. The bike is available in four colours - Red, Blue, Black and White.

Overall, Benelli TNT 25 is an excellent option for those who are looking for an affordable sports bike that offers great performance and style. It is sure to turn heads and is sure to make an impression whenever you take it out for a ride.

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Some improvement is needed as the light is not good and speedometer feels so simple for this class. It lacks some sportbike ride feel.

Best Features: Comfort

Pros: Exhaust sound

Cons: Lights and speedometer

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1. Worthless 2. All time issues 3. Money blaster 4. No professional trained tech guy 5. Good to break promises 6. No follow up I have complained many times to Pune office. Every time they take review but no action. After 1 month of my purchase, oil seal broke on the journey. Issue raised to roadside assistance at 5 am but they arrived at 9 am.

Best Features: Brand and speed

Pros: Highway ride but scared

Cons: I don't like the way they do services

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the bike is a capable tourer with excellent highway mileage and good posture an packs a good engine. but , i have concern with the frequent electrical problems . its packs a good amount of punch without being too edgy. the brakes are on the softer side but it does its job extremely well.

Best Features: comfort and suspension

Pros: build quality, comfort, ride quality, reliability of engine,

Cons: no abs, electronic components fail frequently,hard clutch

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 I have been using the bike for a year now. Have clocked 15000 kms so far, most of it in highways. The Benelli TNT 300 is the entry level sport cruiser from the Italian stable. The 300cc parallel twin is an absolute delight to ride, both in city and in the highways. Its sheer power can be felt when you cross 7k RPM, while you can relax in its torquey ride within the city. It has a very nice riding position (sporty, yet comfortable). Its surprising that even a person who is 6'3* find it very comfortable. The bike has a very distinct exhaust note. Its a real head turner. Though the front look might be subtle, the bike has a distinct finish in the sides and rear. With H7 headlamp assembly, and LED turn indicators, it comes with a good road look. The inverted telescopic front shocks and the offset rear mono-shock makes you feel almost no bumps. Being on the heavier side, the shocks do a really great job. The brakes are extraordinarily good, though the bike lacks an ABS. The stock tyres are bliss.. the Pirelli Angel has such a road grip. Being dual compound, it lasts long. Some downsides are: 1. Being very heavy, quick maneuvers in traffic can be a bit tough. 2. Mileage can bite your purse. 3. High maintenance costs are spares are all imported. 4. Low quality of heavy wear-tear parts, resulting in need for replacements too soon.

Best Features: Instrument console, ride position and seat comfort

Pros: Power, Performance, Riding comfort, Exhaust note

Cons: Mileage, maintenance costs, poor quality spares

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I have been using for a month and it has shown me up to its marks. Seriously it was worth It. The comfort and the handling is good, little bit back on turning

Best Features: NAKED VERSION, WITH SPORTS ENGINE

Pros: COMFORT, ATTRACTIVE , BUILD QUALITY, PERFORMANCE

Cons: HANDLING, ABS MISSING

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TNT Bengaluru dealer S*cks man.... Ex-showroom Price 1.68 But he asks for 50,000 more to sell it on road. No MRF tyres option in fact, no accessories, then he charges around 9k as shipping charges (Pune to Bengaluru) then some crap insurance of 6k .... Bike really looks attractive at less than 2 Lakh. But dealer sucks and hence it is available at fixed price of 2.18 Lakhs on road?

Best Features: Sitting postion, road grip

Pros: Built quality

Cons: Dealers charge whatever they want, brakes obviously

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Guyz genuine request to every 1, I was among first 10 buyers accross India and I'd like to tell you tha this bike is disgusting, I have been having bitter experience like the engine, chain of bike is getting rusted, every morning I have been having problem like the bike is not getting started, every now and then either horn is not working or there is miss firing, as of now its been towed for 4-5 times, so to make it up it is pure waste of money

Best Features: It's to tow

Pros: Hmmm......look and comfort

Cons: Service as well build

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I explain my Benelli TNT 300 as a striking, sporty and premium bike at the same time. The first thing anybody notice on the bike is seating and riding comfort. So, this bike earns full point in this term. Its front and pillion seat offers good support when it comes to cushioning. Its narrow single piece handlebar never strained my shoulders on long distance. Its 16-litre fuel tank is just a big advantage of this bike. Initially, I found it little heavy but once I twist the throttle, it just moved so smoothly that i did not feel its weight. But, it is good for only highway as in the heavy traffic, it expects that others made way for it which is not possible. In the terms of performance, it is not exactly very smooth, it produces vibrations on the handle bar after crossing 4000 rpm. Overall, I can say its an average bike with good design and some limitations too. I would recommend this bike to well build person who can easily handle its weight in traffic.

Best Features: Looks

Pros: Design, Ergonomic, Seat Comfort, Shades

Cons: Vibrations, Price, Handling in Traffic

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No abs, all super-bike manufactures should take the feedback that Indian roads with potholes are very unsafe, unsafe, speed breakers, buffaloes, fog, cats come your way while riding, hence abs is a must

Best Features: Torque and Style

Pros: Design and Performance

Cons: No ABS

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The Benelli TNT 300 is undoubtedly the best sounding twin-cylinder bike in the world. The big muscular 16 litres fuel tank is more than enough and you can easily enjoy long rides without any tension of fuel filling. It has a very comfortable riding position it isn't completely upright but a bit forward bend, resulting in utmost comfort even on long journeys. The TNT’s 300cc mill can run in high gears at low speeds with the utmost of ease or comfort. The overall build quality and the nuts and bolts used to put the TNT 300 together are really good for an entry level bike. But there are some parts that I feel could be better finished. The only downside of the bike is the lack of ABS which has become quite necessary for our roads and definitely with a big bike like this.

Best Features: Stylish & Comfortable

Pros: Ride quality and comfort, terrific engine sound, huge fuel tank capacity, stylish

Cons: No ABS (Anti Braking System)

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