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Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail Gets More Refined For 2022

2022 Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail
The bike gets LED lights and a TFT dash

The 2022 Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail comes with a strengthened chassis

Benelli has revealed the 2022 Leoncino 800 Trail and the Chinese-owned bike manufacturer has given its middleweight scrambler a few upgrades in a bid to make it a better package overall.

The Trail version of the Leoncino 800 (not sold in India) comes with a flat-track inspired styling, featuring wire-spoked wheels, high-set dual exhaust system, a different headlamp cowl and a side plate.

2022 Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail Side
It has a seat height of 834 mm, while the road clearance is at 191 mm

For 2022, Benelli Leoncino 800 gets a strengthened steel trellis frame, and its suspension system is claimed to have been improved. The middleweight motorcycle features 50 mm inverted front forks (148 mm travel) and a rear monoshock (140 mm travel).

Power comes from a 754cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder motor that delivers a maximum of 76.2 HP and 67 Nm of peak torque. The engine is teamed to a 6-speed gearbox and sports a slipper clutch.

The 19-inch front wheel is shod with a 120/70-section dual-purpose tyre, while the 17-inch rear rim is wrapped with 170/60-section rubber. In addition, the Leoncino 800 comes with strong brakes too.

2022 Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail Front
It is quite a heavy bike at 234 kg with a full tank of fuel (15 litres)

Dual 320 mm brake discs up front are clamped by radially mounted 4-piston calipers, while a single 260 mm disc in the back gets a 2-piston caliper. Of course, there is dual channel ABS assist as well.

To be available in 3 colour choices – Brown, Green and Grey – the motorcycle has been introduced in Italy where it costs €8590 (Rs. 7.12 lakhs). It is unclear whether the Italian marque will launch the bike or the regular Leoncino 800 in India in the future.

The post Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail Gets More Refined For 2022 appeared first on MotorBeam.

Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail Gets More Refined For 2022

2022 Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail
The bike gets LED lights and a TFT dash

The 2022 Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail comes with a strengthened chassis

Benelli has revealed the 2022 Leoncino 800 Trail and the Chinese-owned bike manufacturer has given its middleweight scrambler a few upgrades in a bid to make it a better package overall.

The Trail version of the Leoncino 800 (not sold in India) comes with a flat-track inspired styling, featuring wire-spoked wheels, high-set dual exhaust system, a different headlamp cowl and a side plate.

2022 Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail Side
It has a seat height of 834 mm, while the road clearance is at 191 mm

For 2022, Benelli Leoncino 800 gets a strengthened steel trellis frame, and its suspension system is claimed to have been improved. The middleweight motorcycle features 50 mm inverted front forks (148 mm travel) and a rear monoshock (140 mm travel).

Power comes from a 754cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder motor that delivers a maximum of 76.2 HP and 67 Nm of peak torque. The engine is teamed to a 6-speed gearbox and sports a slipper clutch.

The 19-inch front wheel is shod with a 120/70-section dual-purpose tyre, while the 17-inch rear rim is wrapped with 170/60-section rubber. In addition, the Leoncino 800 comes with strong brakes too.

2022 Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail Front
It is quite a heavy bike at 234 kg with a full tank of fuel (15 litres)

Dual 320 mm brake discs up front are clamped by radially mounted 4-piston calipers, while a single 260 mm disc in the back gets a 2-piston caliper. Of course, there is dual channel ABS assist as well.

To be available in 3 colour choices – Brown, Green and Grey – the motorcycle has been introduced in Italy where it costs €8590 (Rs. 7.12 lakhs). It is unclear whether the Italian marque will launch the bike or the regular Leoncino 800 in India in the future.

The post Benelli Leoncino 800 Trail Gets More Refined For 2022 appeared first on MotorBeam.

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