Remember the Benelli 752s showcased at 2017 EICMA. The Diavel impersonator 752s has however turned many heads.
The cheeky 752s comes in four different paint schemes.
- Red and
Without any hesitation, the 750cc liquid cool twin-cylinder motor makes 76 hp at 8500 rpm and 67 Nm at 6500 rpm. Decent for a city rider as well as long commutes.
A robust steel trellis frame supports the entire structure with 45mm mono-shock at the rear and 50mm USD Marzocchi adjustable forks.
Brembos perform braking duties. The rear wheel gets the 250 mm diameter single-piston calliper while 320 double semi-floating discs support the front.
Fuel tanks arrive with 14.5-litre fuel capacity. The 17″ aluminium alloy rims mount 120/70-17 and 180/55-17 tyres.
The slightly curvy headlight on the front comes with full-blown LED. To provide precise reading conditions, Benelli has integrated a two-mode TFT with automatic change day/night mode.
752s has 227 kg kerb weight.
Ducati Monster 797
821’s younger brother arrives with 803cc motor, 73 hp and 175kg dry weight with a top speed of above 205 km/h while few sources have claimed higher than the 205 km/h.
Ducati offers two paint schemes for Monster 979 in India one is Ducati Red and the other Star White Silk. The ex-showroom price falls somewhere around Rs 8.6 lakhs – Rs 8.7 lakhs.
The new 2020 BS6 Z650 has a 699cc power mill capable of producing 68 ps close to 67 hp at 8000 rpm. While Kawasaki only offers one paint scheme, Metallic Spark Black. The claimed top speed for 2020 Z650 is 130 mph (209 km/h).
Kawasaki retails the new Z650 at Rs 6.25 lakh to Rs. 6.50 lakh.
Release Date and Price
While the 752s was supposed to arrive in India by the end of 2019 and it is still not here meant we might see more delays.
Let’s not forget COVID can now make more delays. We are not sure about the latest date however we may see Benelli announce the 752s latest by the end of 2020 or by the first half of 2021 in India.
Expect the price to go beyond Rs. Seven lakhs ex-showroom.