Benelli re-Launches Ninja 300 Rival 302R in India at 3.70 Lakh

Benelli 302R price has seen an increment when compared with the originally announced launch price last year.

Benelli first introduced the 302R in India last year in July but that was with its erstwhile partner DSK Motowheels. In a latest, the motorcycle has been relaunched in the Indian market, this time in collaboration with their new partner Adishwar Auto Ride India which is a part of the Mahavir Group.

302R is powered by the same 300cc parallel twin liquid cooled DOHC engine of the TNT 300. It produces 38.26 bhp of peak power at 11500 rpm and 26.5 Nm of maximum torque at 10,000 rpm and is mated to a 6-speed gearbox.

302R Features

  • 302R comes with dual channel ABS.┬áBack when it was first launched, it was the only motorcycle in the segment with the safety net. However, now both Ninja 300 and R3 get ABS.
  • 302R gets dual-disc setup at the front. There are two 260 mm rotors at the front whereas a single 220 mm disc does duty at the rear.
  • It gets chunky 41mm upside down forks.

302R Colours

The motorcycle is being offered in three colour options…

  • White Rosso
  • Silver Verde
  • Red Nero

All the three colours are pictured on this page.

Benelli 302R Price

Benelli 302R Rs 3.70 Lakhs

*price ex-showroom in India

Initially introduced at 3.48 Lakhs last year, Benelli has increased Rs 22,000 on the ex-showroom price of the motorcycle and the company says that these are introductory prices for now! This makes it the costliest motorcycle between the trio (302R, Ninja 300 and Yamaha R3).

Fresh bookings of the motorcycle have commenced at all Benelli dealerships in India at a pre-payment of Rs 10,000. Production and dispatch will begin from the first week of December and deliveries will start from the second week of December in a phased manner.

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