Key Specs of 2021 TNT 600
Benelli 2021 TNT 600 Highlights
Benelli will expand its mid-capacity motorcycle lineup later this year with the launch of the 2021 TNT 600. The new bike is expected to feature some cosmetic tweaks, alongside a cleaner running engine. The previous bike made around 85PS of power and 56.4Nm of torque. We expect similar numbers from the 2021 model as well. We recently covered what the new bike could look like. You can read the story here.
Sources suggest that Benelli will launch the BS6 TNT 600i in India by the end of this year. Following this, the brand could even introduce other larger capacity motorcycles like the Benelli 600RR, TRK 800 and Leoncino 800.
The facelifted version of the Benelli TNT 600i is likely to be launched soon in China. New pictures reveal a full-colour instrument cluster and keyless ignition along with illuminated switchgear. Check out more details about the bike here.
The Italian bikemaker is expected to launch the next generation TNT 600i here by late 2021. It is expected to carry forward the same trellis frame, upside-down forks and side-mounted monoshock. Braking too is expected to be the dual front disc and single rear disc setup with dual-channel ABS. The 600cc in-line four-cylinder motor is expected to be Euro 5 / BS6 compliant and produce around 85PS and 54.6Nm.
2021 TNT 600 Price
|2021 TNT 600 ABS BS6||Rs.7,00,000Estimated Price|
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2021 TNT 600 Expert Review
Benelli with its partner DSK offers a Gran Turismo Naked motorcycle- Benelli Tnt 600 Gt, that is also the latest addition to its current line-up. The bike is super sporty and its main motive is to take you on different terrains. Designed to perform on city roads as well as highways, the machine has fantastic front profile with soothing rear end. Muscular body with a raging power train dwells perfectly in the classic tubular steel trellis at the front and at the rear, is a fusion of aluminum alloy casting for lightweight.
The stylish body of Benelli Tnt 600 Gt envelops a ferocious 600cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve, DOCH, Inline-4 engine, which is also found in its naked version- Benelli Tnt 600 I. Configured with the same tactics, it generates 82hp of extreme power at an acceleration of 11,500rpm with peak torque of 52Nm at 10,500rpm. The motor is assisted with a 6-speed transmission system and an electronic injection having four 38mm throttle bodies. The range of the bike is multiplied with 27 liter of fuel tank capacity.
The magnetic craftsmanship comprises of 50mm upside-down forks at the front and Benelli shock with adjustable rebound and spring preload at the rear. The movement of the bike is made on Metzeler Sportec front 120/70 ZR17 58W and rear 180/55 ZR17 73W tyres. These tyres sport Y-spoke aluminum alloys that are further equipped to twin 320mm front floating discs with radial mounted 4 piston calipers and single 260mm rear disc with double piston caliper. The wheelbase of the machine is 1405mm with a seat height of 800mm and wet weight of 223kg. White is the only available color option for this bike.
Design and Features
The bike has sharp and edgy body dynamics that make it a good looking and handsome machine that suits well of being called a true naked streetfighter. The front profile has a pointed and sharp headlamp section that enhances the overall appeal of the bike. The small black visor crowned over it delivers a pure naked streetbike feel. The fuel tank has been designed neatly that gives an upright yet comfortable riding posture to the rider. The sharp fuel tank shrouds further upgrades the overall styling of the machine. The bike has a sporty step-up, split seat that comes well-padded and offers an optimum comfort to the rider and pillion. The asymmetric rear monoshock has been coated in red and further upgrades the looks of this bike. A split rear grab rail looks stylish and provides safety to the pillion. The tail lamp section incorporates full LED unit and looks stunning. The masculine dual exhaust setup sandwiches the tail lamp in between and looks super sporty and stylish. The number plate is mounted over sleek number plate holder and looks neat with the pointed clear lens turning blinkers.
Bolted on a front steel trellis and rear aluminium alloy casting frame, Benelli TNT 600i has the body dimensions of 2,160mm x 800mm x 1,180mm (LxWxH) and has a wheelbase of 1,480mm that ensures superior handling even in the tightest traffic conditions. A minimum ground clearance of 150mm promises a commendable stability and gives the rider enough confidence to take sharp turns around the corners. Benelli TNT 600i has been assisted with a 15 liter fuel tank and weighs 231kgs. The seat has been mounted at a height of 800mm that gives another benefit to the riders, especially short heighted ones, by giving them an easy to ride characteristic. The instrument cluster of the machine gives an easy access to all the information to the rider and comprises of an analogue tachometer, digital speedometer, tripmeter, clock and fuel gauge.
Engine and Performance
Benelli TNT 600i gets its power from a 600cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, four-valve, in-line four cylinder engine that comes mated to a six-speed transmission and uses wet multiplate clutch assembly. The mill generates a net power of 83.9bhp at 11,500rpm with a peak torque of 54.6Nm at 10,500rpm. Furthermore, it has been assisted with Delphi electronic fuel injection system that offers a crisp throttle response with an uninterrupted power delivery. It has a compression ratio of 11.5:1 with a bore x stroke ratio of 65mm x 45.2mm that ensures an enhanced output of power.
Braking and Handling
The bike progresses on Metzeler Sportec 120/70 ZR17 58W front and Metzeler Sportec 180/55 ZR17 73W rear grippy tyres that are mounted over robust lightweight aluminium alloy wheels. The fierce stopping power is delivered by dual 320mm floating discs with radial mounted 4 piston calipers upfront and 260mm Single disc with double piston caliper at the rear. Benelli TNT 600i avails a comfortable and stress free ride as it comes assisted with Benelli 50mm upside down forks at the front and Benelli monoshock with adjustable rebound and spring preload at the rear.
Safety and Features
Benelli TNT 600i comes with a bright and powerful headlight that offers an ample visibility in dark and low light conditions. The sound braking system comprises of twin 320mm disc brakes at the front and 260mm single disc brake at the rear and ensures superior safety in case of an emergency. The twin rear view mirrors keeps the rider aware about the road behaviour behind his back. The above mentioned safety elements make the bike a fun-to-ride yet safe companion for the streets as well as long stretches.
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