Benelli India on Thursday launched the new Benelli Leoncino 500 BS6 motorcycle at a price of 4,60,000 (ex-showroom) in the country. At this price, it is about 20,000 more affordable than the previously sold BS-4 fuel emission standards. The company says that these prices of new bikes are introductory. So the price of the bike is likely to increase in the future.
Benelli Leoncino 500 BS6 Booking
The company has started booking Leoncino 500 BS6 bikes at a token amount of Rs 10,000. If you want to buy this bike, you can go to the authorized Benelli dealership or make an online booking on the company’s website.
Benelli Leoncino 500 BS6 Price and Colors
The Leoncino 500 BS6 bike is offered with two color options. It includes Steel Gray and Leoncino Red. The ex-showroom price of Leoncino 500 BS6 bike in steel gray color is Rs 4,59,900. While the ex-showroom price of this bike in Leoncino Red color is Rs 4,69,900. The company is offering a three-year and unlimited kilometer warranty on the new bike.
Benelli Leoncino 500 BS6 Engine
The new Leoncino 500 BS6 bike gets a 500cc, twin-cylinder engine that now comes with BS-6 fuel emission standards. This engine generates a maximum power of 47.5 PS at 8,500 rpm and a peak torque of 46 Nm at 6,000 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox is provided with this engine.
Vikas Jhabakh, Managing Director, Benelli India said, “The Leoncino 500 has a very special place in Benelli as it combines tradition and passion with modern design, innovation, and performance. The Leoncino 500 is a tribute to the original model, which is Italian The motorcycle has a legend and contributes substantially to the brand’s history. ”
Vikas said, “We are happy to introduce the Leoncino 500 in the BS6 avatar. I am happy to share that there is no drop in the power and torque figures of the Leoncino 500 even in the BS6 version. Therefore, I am confident that it will retain the same enthusiasm that was found in the BS4 engine model.
Third Model In The Country
This is the Leoncino 500 BS6 third model in Benelli India’s lineup after the Imperiale and TRK 502 BS6. Leoncino had been selling in India for a long time. But it was discontinued from April 2020 following stringent BS6 emission standards implemented in the country.