Sporty Benelli 502C Now in India; Bookings Open

Benelli 502C bookings are being taken at a pre-payment of Rs 10,000. The company hasn’t revealed the prices yet but the cruiser looks beautiful!

Benelli 502C urban cruiser is now available in India and the company has opened bookings for the motorcycle, a day after teasing it.

The new 502C from Benelli has its design inspired from the Ducati xDiavel. The handsome looker comes with a 500cc liquid-cooled BS6 compliant inline parallel-twin engine that produces 47.5 PS of power at 8500 RPM and 46 Nm of peak torque at 6000 RPM. The engine comes mated with a 6-speed gearbox.

As you may have guessed, this is the same motor that is used on the TRK 502 and Leoncino 500.

Benelli 502C uses 280mm dual-disc at the front and 240mm single disc at the rear wheel. Both the wheels engage ABS as standard. The urban cruiser deploys a 135 mm USD telescopic fork and a telescopic coil ring of 50mm on the rear.

Benelli 502C bookings

Though the 502C is a cruiser it comes with an aggressive design integrating a large fuel tank with a 21-liter fuel capacity. The low slung steel trellis frame adds to the cruiser ergonomics. Making the design more eye-catchy are those stainless double-barrel exhaust pipes.

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Further, the 502C comes with full LED lighting and a complete digital meter console. The latter provides a digital clock, odometer, tachometer, gear position indicator, and fuel gauge indicator.

Benelli 502C bookings

Interested customers can pre-book their 502C online by paying INR 10,000. For that, they have to sign-up on the booking portal of the official website. The motorcycle will be launched by the end of July and that is when we will come to know about its price tag. Deliveries will commence in August.

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The Benelli 502c is available in two color schemes – Matte Cognac Red and Glossy Black. The motorcycle looks beautiful and will go against Kawasaki’s Vulcan S which comes with a slightly bigger engine.

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