Benelli is a Chinese two-wheeler brand, which launched its motorcycles in the Indian market for quite a few years. Since its first product, the company has been tasting good popularity among its rival bikes. Now in the BS6 Era, the motorcycle manufacturer has bitten its nails hard with its design. In recent times Benelli launched BS6 502C in the Indian market. So, we have put together Top 5 things about Benelli 502C: –
- Price tag
The first and most important thing for the company to be successful in India is giving a more affordable price tag in comparison to its rival. The Benelli 502C goes on sale in the Indian market with a price tag of Rs 4.98 lakh ex-showroom. While its major rival Kawasaki Vulcan S on another hand has a price tag of Rs 6.04 lakh ex-showroom.
- Fuel tank capacity
A comparison to its only rival Vulcan S, Benelli 502C has a bigger fuel tank. As the motorcycles are capable of doing long hauls, the bikes need to have a decent fuel tank to do so. Benelli 502C comes with a fuel capacity of 21 Litre, while Kawasaki Vulcan S has a capacity of 14 Litres.
- Ground clearance
In a developing country like ours larger, it holes on roads is very common. Also, the tall speed breakers are been seen on some parts of the roads. To overcome these situations the bikes should have good ground clearance. Hence Benelli 502C has taken note of that as it sits 170 mm above the ground, while Vulcan S has a 130 mm ground clearance only.
- Colour options
Benelli 502C comes offered in two color options – matte cognac red and matte black. While Kawasaki offers Vulcan S with one paint job – Metallic Flat Raw Greystone.
- Front suspension
Apart from the good-looking design of both the bikes Kawasaki Vulcan S and Benelli 502C, the upside-down front forks have another pleasing advantage. They help the rider to have better dynamics. While Benelli 502C comes with a USD front forks and Kawasaki comes with a conventional telescopic suspension system.