2013 Benelli BN 600 Specs And Review
2013 Benelli BN 600 Specs And Review For Benelli is updating some of its models, including, BN 600 a naked sportbike that has all the taste of Pesaro motorcycle manufacturers. The BN 2013 600 600 no longer the same. The core of the BN 600 is an innovative liquid-cooled, inline four-cylinder 4-stroke engine, which is equipped with dual overhead camshafts and four valves for each cylinder.
The engine, with electronic injection and four 38 mm throttle bodies, delivers 82 horsepower (60 kW) @ 11,500 rpm, and a max torque of 38 ft. lbs. (52 Nm) @ 10,500 rpm. The BN 600 features wet sump lubrication, wet clutch, 6 speeds gearbox and final chain drive – a successful recipe conceived and developed meticulously over the years to get a smooth and compact engine to entertain even the less skilled riders. Rough edges, energetic and slender, the BN 600 boasts essential, extremely aggressive features. The strong point of this new Benelli is the comfortable riding position, which makes handling easy and agile, allowing the racer to focus entirely on sheer enjoyment. The sound of BN 600 is unmistakably unique, genuine Benelli, a Chinese-owned Italian brand.
The naked frame is made of an upfront steel trestle and an aluminum structure at the rear suspension link, a guarantee of reliability under all circumstances. Suspension system is made of an upside-down front fork 50mm and a rear aluminum alloy swingarm with rear shock absorber in extension hydraulic and spring preload adjustment to tackle uneven pavements with total ease. Top quality braking system with front 320 mm twin floating disk and radial calipers and rear 240 mm single disk with double piston caliper. Aluminum alloy 17” rims with 120/70 and 180/55 tires, which ensure safety even in the most difficult situations, and a 3.9 gallon (15 liter) fuel tank. BN 600 is presented in the colors white, black and orange and will be available starting by mid-2013 at a really competitive price. Perhaps a bit underwhelming, especially considering Benelli’s absense of anything substantively new in the marketplace, the BN600 is still a sharp looking machine. If the company is true to its word that the Benelli BN600 will be priced competitively, there could really be an exquisite looking budget machine to be had here…assuming you can get past Benelli’s dubious history with unreliability and non-existent dealer network. Set to be available mid-2013, we will have more details next week.
Specifications 2013 Benelli BN 600
|Max Power||82 Hp (60 KW) @ 11.500 Rpm|
|Engine||4 Cylinder, 4 Stroke|
|Frame||Upfront Steel Trestle|
|Dimensions||L:0mm X W:mm X H:mm|
|Horsepower @ RPM:||44 @ 11500|
|Torque @ RPM:||38 @ 10500|