What are the features of a Benelli tnt125?

What are the features of a Benelli tnt125?

Cockpit is nice, ally bars set in a cast aluminium clamp at a good reach and height, switchgear is standard modern except for an additional red button on the right for hazard warning lights which you’ve always wanted on a bike . . . oh yes you have, you know you have!

When did the Benelli bn302 ADV bike come out?

In 2014 the first stand-alone Benelli designed models began to appear, the BN302 and two years later the TRK502 twin cylinder 500 Adv bike and in 2017 the subject of this review, the diminutive TnT125 Tornado.

When did the Benelli 752s come out of China?

The 752S is the largest Benelli to come out of China since the Benelli brand was acquired by Qianjiang in 2005. The two motorcycles really could not be any more different.

Is the Benelli logo still on Keeway models?

Up to 2014 the Benelli logo has been put on several Keeway models which has done little to rebuild an identity as a separate brand. All that is set to change; interviewed for MCN in 2016, General Manager Ms Yan Haimei (known as Klara in the trade for some reason!) said “Benelli’s heritage is very important to us and it is still an Italian brand.

When did the Benelli TNT 125 come out?

2017: The Benelli TNT 125 is launched. 2020: Small upgrades are made to the styling and motor’s ECU. 1 owner has reviewed their BENELLI NAKED T 125 (2020 – on) and rated it in a number of areas. Read what they have to say and what they like and dislike about the bike below.

What are the features of a Benelli TNT?

Benelli have focused more on the TNT’s styling than its equipment level and you have to say they have done a great job with lovely details such as its twin stacked exhausts, trellis frame, bold paint and spider eye headlights.

How tall is the seat height on a Benelli 125cc?

With a 780mm seat height, high bars and low pegs the TNT is about as ergonomically-pleasing as a bike like this ever can be. You can’t expect too much from a 125cc air-cooled single but the TNT’s five-speed engine buzzes along merrily and will hold 60mph, which is more than enough on a bike with 12-inch wheels that is only a meter tall!

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