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2014 Benelli ZenZero 350

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The Benelli ZenZero 350 was especially created for the cities. Thanks to its ergonomic construction, compact dimensions and agile handling, the scooter can keep you out of troubles on even on the most the congested streets.

In terms of power, the ZenZero 350 is propelled by a strong single-cylinder, liquid cooled engine equipped with electronic injection. The unit is mounted on a steel trestle chassis with a double cradle in high tensile strength steel tube. The scooter’s speed is kept under control by a modern braking system that includes two 256 mm discs.

As far as wheels are concerned, the Benelli ZenZero 350 rides on 16 inch front and 15 inch rear aluminum alloy rims wrapped in 120/70 and 140/70 tyres.

The Benelli ZenZero 350 is available in white and dark grey colours.

Hit the jump for more information on the Benelli ZenZero 350.

Overview

Benelli ZenZero 350

Hight class

Class, elegance and style. ZenZero 350 is the Benelli’s high wheel scooter to stand out in urban traffic and the practical and fast vehicle in all conditions, combined with fashion.

The heart of ZenZero 350 is a single-cylinder engine, liquid cooled and equipped with electronic injection. The chassis is a steel trestle with a double cradle in high tensile strength steel tube. The suspension are guaranteed by a hydraulic telescopic fork ø35 mm in front and two rear shock absorbers in the rear, designed to ensure the highest comfort.

The quality of the brake system and of the suspensions is undisputable: two 256mm brake discs. The big wheels of ZenZero 350 are a guarantee of safety even on the uneven pavements, 16” on the front and of 15” at the rear, with tyres 120/70 and 140/70 able to offer a suitable road stability under any riding condition. The dashboard is totally digital and well readable also by day. The 12 v plug is extremely useful and perfect to connect the satellite navigator or recharge the mobile phone.

The ZenZero 350 is characterised also by the focus on design: the wide front fairing is an essential style feature and a repair for the rider. The under seat compartment is spacious and can hold two helmets resolving definitively the issue of their transport after parking the scooter.

ZenZero 350 is released in white and dark grey.

2014 Benelli ZenZero 350 Key Features:

Benelli ZenZero 350

• Electronic fuel injection system
• 15,4 kW of power
• Automatic centrifugal dry clutch
• Steel trestle with a double cradle in high tensile strength steel tube frame
• Floating engine with double hydraulic rear dumper rear suspension
• Steel disk ø256 mm with floating piston caliper brake

Specifications

Benelli ZenZero 350
ENGINE TYPESingle cylinder, 4 stroke, liquid cooled, 2 valves, single overhead camshaft
DISPLACEMENT313 cm³
BORE x STROKE78 mm x 65,6 mm
COMPRESSION RATIO10,6:1 ± 1
RATED OUTPUT15,4 kW (21 Cv) @ 7000 rpm
MAX. TORQUE23,7 Nm (2,4 kgm) @ 6000 rpm
FUEL SUPPLYElectronic fuel injection system
LUBRICATIONWet sump
EXHAUST SYSTEMWith catalytic converter
CERTIFICATIONEuro 3
CLUTCHAutomatic centrifugal dry clutch
PRIMARY DRIVEV belt
FINAL DRIVEGears reduction in oil bath
IGNITIONDigital transistorised with electronic advance.
SPARK PLUGNGK DPR7EA-9
STARTINGElectric
FRAMESteel trestle with a double cradle in high tensile strength steel tube
FRONT SUSPENSIONHydraulic telescopic fork
REAR SUSPENSIONFloating engine with double hydraulic rear dumper
REAR SUSPENSION STROKE100mm
FRONT BRAKESteel disk ø256 mm with floating double piston caliper
REAR BRAKESteel disk ø256 mm with floating single piston caliper
FRONT RIM TYPEAluminium alloy
FRONT RIM DIMENSIONS3,50”x16”
REAR RIM TYPEAluminium alloy
REAR RIM DIMENSION3,75”x15”
FRONT TYRE120/70 – 16 (57P)
REAR TYRE140/70 – 15 (69P)
LENGHT2174 mm
WIDHT EXCLUDING MIRRORS760 mm
HEIGHT EXCLUDING MIRRORS1205 mm
SEAT HEIGHTN.D.
WHEELBASE1545 mm
UNLADEN WEIGHT*170 kg
ROAD READY WEIGHT**180 kg
PERMITTED TOTAL WEIGHT370 kg
USABLE TANK VOLUME13,5 lt
RESERVE5 lt

* without fluids
** According to guideline 93/93/CEE with all fluids, fuelled with at least 90% of usable tank volume|




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