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    Default Re: Benelli TNT 25 Ownership Experience

    I have always a big space in my heart for benelli and whenever I see one its like "Whew!!! Some day!!!!" Congratulations.
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    Default Re: Benelli TNT 25 Ownership Experience

    On-road price in Bangalore is 2.10 lakhs for the standard and 2.18 Lakhs for the premium model. The Duke 390 seems a better buy.
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    Default Re: Benelli TNT 25 Ownership Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by rapperswil View Post
    On-road price in Bangalore is 2.10 lakhs for the standard and 2.18 Lakhs for the premium model. The Duke 390 seems a better buy.
    I guess it strongly depends on the requirement. Cannot just blindly conclude comparing the price.

    Refined engine, relaxed position, bigger fuel tank, better pillion comfort = Benelli TNT 25.

    Mad power, smaller tank, ABS, better tyre, no pillion comfort, slipper clutch = Duke 390.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BiKeLovER View Post
    Baby Benelli Has Arrived


    Many congratulations!!!! Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbhiAvvy13 View Post
    I have always a big space in my heart for benelli and whenever I see one its like "Whew!!! Some day!!!!" Congratulations.
    Thanks Bro, All the best, wish you get it soon

    Quote Originally Posted by rapperswil View Post
    On-road price in Bangalore is 2.10 lakhs for the standard and 2.18 Lakhs for the premium model. The Duke 390 seems a better buy.
    Value for Money Yes, But Trust me on road and if you look at the built quality it is awesome compared to duke,

    Quote Originally Posted by Shashank Suresh View Post
    I guess it strongly depends on the requirement. Cannot just blindly conclude comparing the price.

    Refined engine, relaxed position, bigger fuel tank, better pillion comfort = Benelli TNT 25.

    Mad power, smaller tank, ABS, better tyre, no pillion comfort, slipper clutch = Duke 390.
    Yes I was about to buy a KTM, but changed my mind after looking at this, trust me its one of kind

    Quote Originally Posted by dhawz29 View Post
    Many congratulations!!!! Cheers!
    Thank you
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    Default Re: Benelli TNT 25 Ownership Experience

    Congrats buddy. Some more pics to feast our eyes?
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    @BiKeLovER,
    Hearty congratulations brother. The bike really impressed me. The sound wasn't up to TNT300, but sure anything today will sound better than KTM (Pun intended ) and this bike is better than any other single pot available today. You have made a right decision. But heard too many negative reviews on vibrations and braking feedback, though praised well on comfort and riding quality. Also the 0 to ton is kind of slower besides having 28bhps. Need to bust the myth.

    Hope to get your experience very soon, so share more pictures and reviews.

    Ride safe.

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    @BiKeLovER,

    Congrats brother, thats one helluva machine you got there. Do post your initial riding experience and your celebrity fan-fare on the road

    Ride Safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chetan6686 View Post
    Congrats buddy. Some more pics to feast our eyes?
    Thanks Buddy, end of the today......

    Quote Originally Posted by TheArcher84 View Post
    @BiKeLovER,

    Congrats brother, thats one helluva machine you got there. Do post your initial riding experience and your celebrity fan-fare on the road

    Ride Safe.
    thanks Bro.....Pictures will be up today

    Quote Originally Posted by jbm_guy View Post
    @BiKeLovER,
    Hearty congratulations brother. The bike really impressed me. The sound wasn't up to TNT300, but sure anything today will sound better than KTM (Pun intended ) and this bike is better than any other single pot available today. You have made a right decision. But heard too many negative reviews on vibrations and braking feedback, though praised well on comfort and riding quality. Also the 0 to ton is kind of slower besides having 28bhps. Need to bust the myth.

    Hope to get your experience very soon, so share more pictures and reviews.

    Ride safe.
    Thanks Bro,

    just to give you some thought,

    Yes there are vibration in second gear but think they will go down with 1st service, Have not opened it yet other than 1 or twice to check.
    the power delivery is good and don't think it is take time to reach 100, head on with duke.
    Break review is also kind of true, better feedback is kind of poor, but adequate.

    BEST PART OF THE BIKE
    It has that Benellie DNA,
    when you start moving on it, you really hear that whistle sound(Not loud),
    comfort
    power delivery.
    Build quality is really awesome,
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]



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    Quote Originally Posted by BiKeLovER View Post
    Thanks Buddy, end of the today......



    thanks Bro.....Pictures will be up today



    Thanks Bro,

    just to give you some thought,

    Yes there are vibration in second gear but think they will go down with 1st service, Have not opened it yet other than 1 or twice to check.
    the power delivery is good and don't think it is take time to reach 100, head on with duke.
    Break review is also kind of true, better feedback is kind of poor, but adequate.

    BEST PART OF THE BIKE
    It has that Benellie DNA,
    when you start moving on it, you really hear that whistle sound(Not loud),
    comfort
    power delivery.
    Build quality is really awesome,
    That's awesome. Every motorbike needs some time to settle. Heard that it'll do 0-100 under 10 secs. Perhaps it was expected to be faster than CBR250, but considering the bike;s character this seems pretty decent. Especially the pricing, even bringing through CKD route this pricing is a sweet deal. Keep updated.

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