The bike has received a redesigned front fascia as well as other nifty features
Benelli has already taken the wraps off the 2021 302R. The updated TNT 600i is now available in Argentina and it shouldn’t be very long before Benelli brings it to India. The 2021 Benelli TNT 600i has received a series of notable changes that we’ll check out through a series of images.
The first and the most striking change on the bike is the new fascia. The TNT 600i gets an all-LED headlight with DRLs, flanked by LED turn indicators.
The TNT 600i is powered by the same liquid-cooled 600cc inline four-cylinder motor that makes 83PS of power and 55Nm of torque. For reference, the BS4 model made 85PS and 54.6Nm of torque.
The archaic semi-digital instrument cluster has made way for a brand new TFT screen. From left to right, it gets a gear position indicator, engine temperature, real-world time, fuel level bar, odometer, and a speedometer.
The switchgear layout has also been revised. It now features a backlight.
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Suspension duties are handled by the same 51mm USD fork and an adjustable lateral monoshock.
Shedding speeds for the Benelli TNT 600i are twin 320mm front discs and a 260mm rear disc. Dual-channel ABS comes standard.
The signature underseat twin-exhaust setup has been carried over too.
The 2021 Benelli TNT 600i sits on 17-inch alloys wrapped in 120/70 front and 180/55 rear tyres.