Benelli has launched its all new Imperiale 400 in India complying with India’s BS6 emission standards.
The Imperiale 400 is a reinterpretation of the historic Benelli-MotoBi range produced in the 1950s. The Imperiale 400 with its retro-classic charm and relaxed ergonomics, lets you relax and enjoy the ride, while the engine churns out power in a linear and refined manner.
The beating heart of the Imperiale 400 is the new single-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled engine with SOHC and electronic fuel injection. Its maximum power is 21PS @5500 RPM with peak torque of 29 NM @ 4500 RPM.
Chrome inserts accentuate the vintage style of this new Benelli motorcycle, reinforced by the round front headlight – typically retro – and the teardrop tank, which bring out the motorcycle’s true essence.
Braking system features a 300mm disc upfront with a two-piston floating calliper and a 240mm rear disc with a single-piston calliper. The spoked rims have different diameters: 19″ on the front and 18″ at the rear, respectively mounting 100/90 and 130/80 section tubed tyres.
Engine: Single-cylinder, Air-cooled, 4-valves/cylinder, SOHC
Power: 21PS @ 6000rpm
Torque: 29Nm @ 3500rpm
Fuel consumption: 3.2 l/100km
Frame: Double cradle with steel tubes and plates
Front suspension: 41mm Telescopic
Rear suspension: Pre-load adjustable