Adishwar Auto Ride India Private Limited is set to announce a new brand. The Italian two-wheeler MBP, at the Auto Expo 2023. The Adishwar group in India will exhibit MBP for the first time at the expo. 

The company has revealed that this will be its sixth brand introduction in India after Benelli, Keeway, Zontes, Moto Morini and QJ Motor. It is one of the few countries where MBP motorcycles are manufactured outside Italy.

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MBP M520N Features, Specs

The India entry of Italian motorcycle manufacturer MBP might not ring any bells right now, but the company soon plans to make a dent in this country’s lucrative motorcycle market.

As MBP (Moto Bologna Passione) prepares to launch its first offering in India, the M502N naked street bike will be the company’s primary offering in India. We foresee more exciting products coming to India later. 

The company is from Italy but headquartered in China and has a presence in multiple countries.


Premium components

The motorcycle produces 47bhp, is centred around a 500cc, twin-cylinder engine, and gets premium components like a KYB suspension setup, J.Juan brakes, and Pirelli Angel GT tyres. The features include full-LED lighting, a 4.2-inch colour TFT display, and dual-channel ABS.

The brand is known for its compact motorcycles with a decent power-to-weight ratio. Its bikes are powerful and fast with excellent handling; this makes them a performance bike that can use in city traffic and on highway roads. The top speed of these bikes ranges from 150 kmph to a maximum of 200 kmph.

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MBP M502N also gets 17-inch alloy wheels with 120/60 rim size at the front and 160/160 at the rear. The bike weighs 179 kg ( kerb weight) and has a seat height of 790mm.

The M502N will directly compete with Benelli Leoncino 550 and Moto Morini Seiemmezzo 6 1/2.

We expect the price of MBP M502 N to be in the range of Rs 5 to 7 Lakhs ex-showroom in India.

via Bikewale


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