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Pros & Cons of Benelli TRK 251
Things We Like
- Typical ADV looks
- Decent performance
- Good touring motorcycle
Things We Don't Like
- Could have had more features
- Slight heavy for a 250 cc bike
- After-sales could be a problem
About Benelli TRK 251
The Benelli TRK 251 is the entry-level adventure bike from Benelli in the TRK series, with a 250 cc single-cylinder engine. Priced at Rs. 2.51 lakh (Ex-showroom), the Benelli TRK 251 promises an accessible and affordable adventure touring motorcycle within the Benelli motorcycle range. The design is typical ADV-style, with a front ‘beak’, tall and imposing stance, with a comfortable and upright riding position. The TRK 251 gets an 18-litre fuel tank for longer range between refills, LED lighting, bodywork-integrated turn indicators, as well as a tall windshield, and split seat, which promises to be comfortable, both for rider and pillion. The TRK 251 gets adjustable brake and clutch levers, as well as a 5V USB charging point as standard.The Benelli TRK 251 will be offered in three colour options - Glossy White, Glossy Black and Glossy Grey.
The quarter-litre adventure touring motorcycle is powered by a 249 cc, single-cylinder, four-valve engine which puts out 25.47 bhp at 9,250 rpm and 21.1 Nm of peak torque at 8,000 rpm. Power is transmitted through a 6-speed gearbox and chain final drive. Kerb weight is 164 kg, and there’s decent ground clearance of 170 mm, which should be enough to take on the occasional gravel road and trail. The Benelli TRK 251 is more of a touring motorcycle than an off-road centric ADV, and the bike runs on 17-inch alloy wheels with a 110 mm front tyre and 150 mm rear tyre combination. The wheels are suspended from telescopic forks up front with 135 mm travel, while the coil spring, oil damped monoshock rear has 51 mm of travel. Braking duties are handled by discs at both ends, with a 280 mm front disc and 240 mm rear disc.
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