The Benelli Imperiale 400 gets a bit expensive post the price revision. The Italian-made cruiser is now a premium of Rs 799 more compared to its initial delivery in India. 

Recently Benelli has unveiled the new Imperiale 400 2021 with a series of update. We see new graphics and a unique three-dimensional silver colour logo on the fuel tank.

Further, there is a change in texture present on the bumpers of the tanks. 


Despite the motor now comes with Euro5 (BS6) norms. 

The engine remains the same: 374cc,single-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled engine with a single overhead camshaft timing system and electronic fuel injection offering maximum fuel economy in any riding conditions. 


Its total power is 20.4 hp (15.5 kW) at 5500 rpm, with 28 Nm (2.95 kgm) at 3500 rpm. 


The brakes are two pistons floating calliper and 300 mm disc at the front, while the rear comes with a single floating calliper and 200 mm disc. 

ABS comes as standard. Rims are 19 inches at the front and 18 inches at the back.

Benelli has upgraded the tires, and they are now Maxxis Promaxx with 100/90 at the front and 130/80 at the rear.

The new Benelli Imperiale 400 2021 also gets the mixed double-cradle frame made up of steel tubes. 

The suspensions are 41mm, 121mm travel telescopic forks on the front, while the opposite end come with 55mm travel, oscillating swingarm with double shock absorbers.

Imperiale 400 Silver will cost Rs 1,89,799 and 400 Red and Black will cost Rs 1,93,976.



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