Benelli TRK 502 BS6 Adventure bike launched in India, learn features and price

Italian automaker Benelli on Friday launched the BS6 variant of its adventure bike TRK 502 in India. The ex-showroom price of the Benelli TRK 502 is Rs 4.80 lakh. Customers can buy it in three colour options.

Italian luxury bike manufacturer Benelli has launched its new BS6 updated bike TRK 502 in India on Friday, 29 January. The company has opened the booking of this adventure bike in India. You can book this bike by going to any Benelli dealer with a token amount of Rs 10 thousand only. At present, Benelli has 38 authorized showrooms across India. The ex-showroom price of the Benelli TRK 502 is Rs 4.80 lakh. The bike will have a warranty of 3 years with unlimited kilometres.

Bike lovers who love fast motorcycles will get this powerful adventure motorcycle with three colour options. Which includes Pure White, Benelli Red and Metallic Dark Grey colours. There is a slight difference in the price of these colours as well. Where you have to pay up to Rs 4.90 thousand for Benelli Red and Pure White colour. At the same time, its metallic dark grey colour will be available at an ex-showroom price of Rs 4.80 thousand. Significantly, Benelli only retained the Imperial 400 BS6 which was launched in India in July last year.

With its launch, the company also says that it is just the launch prize, its prices can be increased in future. On the occasion of TRK 502 bike launch, Vikas Jhabakh, Managing Director of Benelli India said, “We are very pleased to introduce BS6 TRK 502. It offers a great example of new technology. This is a perfect addition to the previously enhanced functionality and superior quality. We are confident to further strengthen our footprint in the premium touring segment while meeting BS6 norms.”

With some new updates, the TRK 502 Adventure bike will now get a new tweaked BS6-Compline 500cc twin-cylinder engine that will generate a peak torque of 46 Nm with 8500 rpm at a maximum power of 47.5. Transmission options include the same six-speed gearbox as before.

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