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The Benelli Motard 250 was especially created to be the perfect motorcycle for less experienced riders. When designing the bike, Benelli’s engineers have spent a lot of time to make it easy to maneuver, light and also strong enough to offer a fun riding experience.

At its heart lies a single-cylinder, 4 stroke, liquid cooled, 4 valves, double overhead camshaft, fuel injected engine that puts out a maximum output of 18 kw (25 cv) at 9000 rpm and 21 Nm (2,14 kgm) of torque at 7000 rpm. All this power is kept in leash by a six speed gearbox with wet clutch.

The engine is wrapped by a stiff frame made of resilient tubular steel which sits on a set of comfortable suspensions. Talking about suspensions they consist of a ø 50mm front fork with hydraulic adjustment and a rear single shock-absorber with progressive link.

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Benelli’s motorcycles offer a perfect mix of agility, style and aggressively and their products have always managed to impress us. The Benelli UNO C 150 makes no exception and despite the fact that is a pretty small motorcycle powered by a compact engine it still has a lot to love.

The bike comes with Benelli’s “sharp-cut” design language featuring a sculpted tank combined with a red steel trestle frame and an imposing headlight. As far as ergonomics are concerned, the motorcycle is fitted with a fairly comfortable saddle a modern handlebar and an easy-to read instrument cluster.

Power comes from a single cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, 2 Valves, Single Overhead Camshaft engine with a displacement of 148 cc.

The UNO C 150 is available the colours white, red and black and will hit the showrooms starting from mid-2013. The price is not yet available.

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The Benelli Tornado Naked TRE899 is a sporty naked especially created for those who love adrenaline and speed.

As far as design is concerned the Tornado Naked TRE899 is wrapped in a futuristic skin with faceted surfaces and a compact tail guard that underline its aggressive character. The bike is painted in a tasty, new matt black colour combined with a flame-red frame and a few white parts.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a stiff yet light frame made of a trestle steel front and adjoining aluminium alloy cast. In the center of the frame sits an in Line 3 Cylinders, 4-Stroke, Liquid Cooled engine with 4 valves per cylinder. The unit has a displacement of 898 Cm³ and puts out a maximum power of 88 Kw (120 Cv) at 9500 Rpm and 88 Nm (9 Kgm) of torque at 8000 Rpm.

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With its attractive Metallic Gold paint job and the sharp lines, the Benelli Café Racer 1130 is a pretty imposing presence that demands instant respect.

At the heart of this Italian beauty lies an in line triple, 1131 cc, 4 valves per cylinder, DOHC engine. The unit rewards you with a maximum output of 129 HP at 8500 rpm and 110 Nm of torque at 5250 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a six speed transmission with wet clutch.

Among the features offered by the Benelli Café Racer 1130 you’ll find the latest carbon fibre extras, machined alloy components, and a sporty 50 mm diameter adjustable front Marzocchi fork. The bike was also fitted with first class brakes that come from Brembo.

The Benelli Cafe Racer 1130 is offered with a starting price of 12.399 €.

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Big, mean and imposing, the 2013 Benelli R160 is a tough beast that is eager to bite the tarmac every time you fire up its engine.

Talking about the engine, the 2013 Benelli R160 is propelled by an in line Triple, 4 valves per cylinder DOHC engine with balancer shaft. The engine has a displacement of 1131cc and develops a maximum power of 158 HP at 10200 rpm and 120 Nm of torque at 8400 rpm. The engine’s power is kept under control by a six speed transmission with slipper dry clutch.

The stopping power is handled by front mono block 4 piston calipers that grab 320 mm wave discs paired with a rear twin piston caliper with a 240 mm brake caliper.

As far as price is concerned the 2013 Benelli R160 can be yours for no less than 13.999 €.

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The Benelli PEPE 50 Classic 2T was built with efficiency in mind. The scooter is ideal for urban streets thanks to its compact dimensions, easy maneuverability and the low fuel consumption.

Built on a strong, but lightweight frame, the PEPE 50 Classic 2T is ready to reward you with a fun riding experience every time you fire up the engine. You’ll also like the 220 mm-diameter front disc brake which is paired with a twin-piston caliper. The rear wheel is kept in check by a drum brake.

The Benelli PEPE 50 Classic 2T is propelled by a two-stroke, single cylinder, air cooled engine with a displacement of 49,0 cm³.

As far as design goes, the Pepe Classic can be easily recognized thanks to its elegant lines and the numerous chromed inserts. The scooter sits on relatively big 16 inch wheels and features a convenient 770 mm seat height.

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The first thing that strikes when you first see the Benelli Macis for the first time is its unique design approach. The attractive design of the scooter is underlined by a dynamic windshield and a slim lined tail. These two elements are combined with a sporty luggage rack and a pair of tasty 16 inch wheels. Furthermore you also get an aluminum handlebar and a pretty comfortable seat.

The 2013 Macis is available in two versions. The first is powered by a 125 cc engine while the second comes with a stronger 150 cc unit. Both engines feature two-valve timing system and liquid cooling.

The Macis 124 and 150 models are offered with a long list of standard accessories which includes a top case kit, under-seat storage and disc brakes for both wheels. It also worthy of being mentioned that there are three color options available namely black, white and red.

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The Benelli Velvet 125 and 150 models feature an attractive classic style, a well designed chassis and modern technologies. Power comes from a 4-stroke air-cooled single- cylinder engine with 2-valve timing system. The unit develops a maximum output of 11.4 HP and 10,5 Nm (1,1 kgm) @ 6500 rpm (for the 150 version). To keep the engine under controlled, the stopping power is handled by a set of two discs which measure 241 mm in front and 220 mm at the rear.

The company says that its new scooter is ideal for city driving because is light, compact and offers a good handling. You also get a pretty decent ride quality assured by a front hydraulic telescopic fork and a double hydraulic rear dumper. The new Velvet 125 and 150 models come with a matching rear top case and are available in either black or white.

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The new Benelli X 125 and 150 scooters draw inspiration from Benelli’s sport bikes that managed to earn a pretty good reputation in the world of motorcycle racing. Both models received a modern design language which inspires dynamism and sportiness. The sporty design of the scooters is underlined by aggressive lines of the front fairing that protrudes out onto the front tyre. We also like the aggressive-looking tunnel and the sporty fuel tank.

Benelli’s engineers have spent a lot of time to develop a perfect riding position. Thereby, the handlebars and seats were carefully designed to offer a comfortable position.

The scooters sit on 12 inch aluminium alloy rims shod in 120/70 – 12 tyres. The wheels are combined with a pretty capable suspension which consists of a front hydraulic telescopic fork and a rear double hydraulic dumper.

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Benelli decided to relaunch an old, iconic grand tourer. The new TRE 1130 K Amazonas has received a long list of upgrades which help it stay ahead of the pack. For the starters it comes with a tasty design language and its sporty character is underlined by the dynamic fairings and the refined details.

As far as ride quality goes, the motorcycle is equipped with new damping units, fork and mono shock absorber, all featuring a more reduced length than the old ones. Moreover, the seat is now lower than the old one, which results in a more comfortable riding position.

Power comes from a capable inline three cylinder engine, especially optimized to offer a constant power delivery at all speeds, and decent fuel consumption. The engine delivers a maximum power of 125 HP (92 kW) at 9000 rpm and 112 Nm of torque at 5000 rpm.

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