Is Benelli Imperiale 400 Classy and Iconic bike?

Presenting the Benelli Imperiale 400 with a timeless style. A reimagining of the iconic Benelli-MotoBi series made in the 1950s is the Imperiale 400. The Imperiale 400's retro-classic appeal and easygoing ergonomics let you unwind and enjoy the ride.

The Imperiale 400's style and design haven't changed since then. It has wire-spoke wheels with enough chrome, a round headlamp and turn signals, and a long, peashooter exhaust. It is really broader and longer than the Jawa and the Classic 350.

An excellent metallic flake finish is applied to the paint, and this red colour choice includes red seat stitching. The switchgear itself feels pleasant and tactile to operate, and even the plastic that surrounds it is made to last. The wheels and tyres are still 19 inches up front and 18 inches at the back, with tube-type tyres. 

Engine and Gearbox
A new 374cc air-cooled, BS6-compliant, fuel-injected single-cylinder engine powers the Imperiale 400. The power output at 21 PS and 29 Nm stays the same. Peak torque is now accessible at 3500 rpm, 1000 rpm lower than previously, but peak power is still available at 6000 rpm, 500 rpm higher than previously. It still has a five-speed gearbox

Although the BS6 Benelli Imperiale 400 lacks many features, it does have a few cool accessories that raise the bike's appeal. For example, a clever digital fuel gauge is placed in between the two consoles on its twin-pod analogue-digital instrument console. Additionally, the console has a gear position indicator, which is unique among vintage motorcycles.

Suspension and Brakes
In terms of mechanics, the Imperiale 400 BS6 is unchanged. It still has the same twin-shock absorber suspension system and telescopic forks. The dual-channel ABS front and rear disc brakes measure 300 mm and 240 mm, respectively. 

There are three different versions of the Benelli Imperiale 400: the Benelli Imperiale 400 Silver, the Benelli Imperiale 400 Red, and the Benelli Imperiale 400 Black. 

  • Acquires a modern-classic look
  • Height of the accessible seat
  • Excellent sales and support for services
  • loses out on tyres without tubes.
  • Obtains a cluster of analogue instruments
  • The passenger seat is uncomfortable.

In India, the Benelli Imperiale 400 costs between Rs. 2,35,000 and Rs. 2,35,000. Benelli Imperiale 400 Red is the most expensive model. 

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