Benda LFC700 Cruiser Unveiled In China

The Benda LFC700 is the production version of the Benda LF-01 concept unveiled last year, and it features an inline-four cylinder engine.

By Carandbike Team


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Published on July 6, 2021

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  • Benda LFC700 powered by 680 cc inline four-cylinder engine
  • Two variants with different power output unveiled in China
  • Benda LFC700 unlikely to be introduced in India

Chinese two-wheeler brand Benda has unveiled the Benda LFC700 cruiser motorcycle in China. The LFC700 features an inline four-cylinder engine, fat rear tyre and is available in two variants, a standard variant, as well as a fat rear tyre. Benda Motor Group is the brand of Hangzhou-based Zhejiang Changling Binjiang Motorcycle Co., Ltd, which builds a range of small displacement scooters and motorcycles, of up to 400 cc capacity with even two-cylinder engines. The LFC700 is the brand's first four-cylinder model, with a 680 cc inline four-cylinder engine.

Also Read: Benda LF-01 Concept Cruiser Unveiled In China


The design is reminiscent of the Ducati XDiavel. The Benda LFC700 sports a 20-litre fuel tank and massive 310 mm rear tyre

For the basic variant, the engine puts out 86 bhp at 10,000 rpm and 60 Nm at 8,000 rpm, while the high-power variant develops 94 bhp at 11,000 rpm and 63 Nm of peak torque at 8,500 rpm. The high-power model also comes with a slip and assist clutch, and going with its cruiser credentials, the bike gets a 20-litre fuel tank, a low 695 mm seat height and a massive 310 mm, 18-inch rear wheel. Kerb weight is 235 kg, and the front wheel is a 19-inch unit with a 130 mm tyre. The top speed of the basic variant is 170 kmph, while the high-power variant has maximum speed of 195 kmph.

Also Read: Benda Power Cruiser From China Revealed In Patent Images


The under-belly exhaust sports four square-shaped exhausts which blow off gases to the side, just ahead of the rear wheel

Like the concept, the production model sports the turbine-shaped round LED headlight, and full-colour TFT display. A unique feature is the under-belly exhaust which has four square-shaped tailpipes directly in the front of the rear wheel, but blows off exhaust gases to the side. The base and high-power variants also have changes in other equipment; both have upside down front forks, but the base comes with in-house forks, while the high-power variant gets KYB forks.

Dual-channel ABS is standard on both variants, but the base variant gets Nissin calipers while the top-spec high-power variant gets Brembo calipers. Pricing in China starts at around CNY 48,500 (approximately Rs. 5.57 lakh), although the Chinese brand has no plans of introducing its products in India anytime soon.

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