the Benelli TNT 300 launched in year 2021. Benelli had globally launched the new 302S that will replace the TNT 300. The all-new bike gets a new headlamp and new colours. It gets new features like LED headlamp, LED tail lamp, LED turn indicators and a digital instrument console. The new 300cc liquid-cooled parallel twin BS6-compliant motor delivers 38PS and 25.6Nm.It gets a 6-speed gearbox.In terms of mechanicals, the TNT 350 uses a trellis frame paired with an upside down fork and a monoshock. Its braking setup comprises of a twin disc brake setup up front and a single rear disc brake.Dual-channel ABS comes as standard.The upcoming Benelli TNT 300 will compete with the KTM 390 Duke and BMW G 310 R.
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Benelli has launched the TNT 300 with ABS at Rs 3.29 lakh (ex-showroom, India), a premium of Rs 19,000 over the non-ABS TNT 300 it replaces. The ABS unit is a dual-channel one and is switchable. The TNT 300 ABS gets a steel trestle frame which holds a 300cc liquid-cooled, parallel twin-cylinder motor. The motor makes 37PS at 11,500 rpm and 26.5Nm of torque at 10,000 rpm and is mated to a six-speed gearbox. The instrument console has an analog tachometer and digital speedometer, odometer, trip meter, fuel level.The suspension system consists of a 41mm upside down fork and a side mounted rear hydraulic monoshock. Braking is via dual 260mm discs upfront and a single 240mm disc at the rear with ABS. Tyres are 120/70-R17 at the front and 160/60-R17 at the rear.
The TNT 300 ABS faces competition from the KTM 390 Duke and Kawasaki Z250. Of these bikes, the Kawasaki Z250 does not get ABS.