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Benelli TNT 300 vs Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Comparison

Benelli TNT 300 vs Royal Enfield Interceptor 650

Benelli TNT 300 Price starts at Rs. 2.99 lakh which is Rs. 13,049 costlier than Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 priced at Rs. 2.86 lakh. The claimed mileage for the Benelli TNT 300 is 25 kmpl where as the claimed mileage for Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is 15 kmpl....read more

TNT 300 vs Interceptor 650 vs 390 Duke Specs Overview

Specs/Features TNT 300 ABSInterceptor 650 STD390 Duke BS6
Ex-Showroom Price Rs. 2.99 lakhView On Road Price Rs. 2.86 lakhView On Road Price Rs. 2.53 lakhView On Road Price
Rating
4.4
(44 Ratings)
4.2
(180 Ratings)
4.2
(438 Ratings)
Engine Type In-line, 2 cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 8 valves, DOHC 4 Stroke, Air-Oil Cooled, SOHC Engine Single Cylinder, 4 Valve, Liquid Cooled, FI, DOHC
Engine Displacement (CC) 300 cc 648 cc 373.2 cc
Power (PS@rpm) 38.26 PS @ 11500rpm 47.65 PS @ 7250 rpm 43.5 PS @ 9000 rpm
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol Petrol
Transmission Type Manual Manual Manual
Colors
Brakes Front Disc Disc Disc
Brakes Rear Disc Disc Disc
0-60 kmph (sec) ... 2.87s ...
Mileage (ARAI) kmpl 25 kmpl ... ...
Wheel Size Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm Front :-457.2 mm,Rear :-457.2 mm Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) Alloy Spoke Alloy
ABS Dual Channel Dual Channel Dual Channel
Starting Self Start Only Self Start Only Self Start Only
Speedometer Digital Analogue Digital
Engine Type In-line, 2 cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 8 valves, DOHC 4 Stroke, Air-Oil Cooled, SOHC Engine Single Cylinder, 4 Valve, Liquid Cooled, FI, DOHC
Engine Displacement (CC) 300 cc 648 cc 373.2 cc
Power (PS@rpm) 38.26 PS @ 11500rpm 47.65 PS @ 7250 rpm 43.5 PS @ 9000 rpm
Torque (Nm@rpm) 26.5 Nm @ 10000 rpm 52 Nm @ 5250 rpm 37 Nm @ 7000 rpm
Emission Type bs4 bs4 bs6
Bore 65 mm 78 mm 89 mm
Stroke 45.2 mm 67.8 mm 60 mm
No Of Cylinders 2 2 1
Drive Type Chain Drive Chain Drive Chain Drive
Valve Per Cylinder 4 4 4
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol Petrol
Ignition Digital Digital spark ignition - TCI Contactless, Controlled, Fully Electronic Ignition System With Digital Ignition Timing Adjustment
Compression Ratio 12:1 9.5:1 ...
Transmission Type Manual Manual Manual
No Of Gears 6 Speed 6-Speed 6 Speed
Brakes Front Disc Disc Disc
Brakes Rear Disc Disc Disc
0-60 kmph (sec) ... 2.87s ...
Quarter Mile ... 14.98 @ 142.69 kmph ...
Braking (60-0 kmph) ... 16.49m ...
Braking (80-0 kmph) ... 29.80m ...
Braking (100-0 kmph) ... 47.21m ...
Mileage (City) ... 15 kmpl ...
Mileage (Highway) ... 18 kmpl ...
Mileage (ARAI) kmpl 25 kmpl ... ...
0-100 kmph (sec) ... 6.54s ...
Braking 60-0 km/h ... 16.49m ...
Suspension-Front Inverted Telescopic Forks Front Fork WP-Open Cartridge USD Ø 43 mm
Chassis Steel Trellis Steel Tubular, Double Cradle Frame Split Steel Trellis Frame
Suspension-Rear Off-Set Rear Monoshock Twin Coil-Over Shocks WP-Monoshock
Tyre Size Front :-120/70-17, Rear :-160/60-17 Front :-100/90-18, Rear :-130/70-18 Front :-110/70-17, Rear :-150/60-17
Wheel Size Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm Front :-457.2 mm,Rear :-457.2 mm Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm
Tyre Type Tubeless Tubeless Tubeless
Radial Tyre ...
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) Alloy Spoke Alloy
Optimum Tyre pressure (Rider) ... 32 psi ...
Dry Weight ... ... 163 kg
Length*Width*Height 2130*800*1120 2122*789*1165 ...
Wheelbase(mm) 1410 mm 1400 mm 1357
Length 2130 mm 2122 mm ...
Ground Clearance (mm) 160 mm 174 mm 185 mm
Height 1120 mm 1165 mm ...
Seat Height 795 mm 804 mm 830 mm
Width 800 mm 789 mm ...
Fuel Capacity (Litres) 16 L 13.7 L 13.5 L
Total Weight 395 kg ... ...
Tail Light LED LED LED
Front Brake Diameter 260 mm 320 mm 320 mm
Rear Brake Diameter 240 mm 240 mm 230 mm
LED tail lights
Turn Signal Lamp LED Bulb LED
ABS Dual Channel Dual Channel Dual Channel
Body Type Sports Naked Bikes Cafe Racer Bikes Sports Naked Bikes
Body Graphics ... ...
Starting Self Start Only Self Start Only Self Start Only
Seat Type Single Single Split
Pass Switch
Speedometer Digital Analogue Digital
Tachometer Analogue Digital ...
Trip Meter Digital Digital Digital
Average Fuel economy ... ...
Distance to Empty ... ...
Low Fuel Warning Lamp ...
Clock Digital
Low Battery Indicator ...
Stepup Seat ...
Passenger Footrest
Carry hook ... ...
Cooling System Liquid Cooled ... Liquid Cooled
Console Analogue and Digital Analogue and Digital Digital
Odometer Digital Analogue Digital
Mobile Connectivity ... ...
Standard Warranty (Years) 2 ... ...
Standard Warranty (kilometers) 24000 ... ...

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Q. I am booked Interceptor 650. Just wanted to know will I wait for BS6 or buy the current model in the showroom. Can you tell the difference between BS4 & BS6 on the Interceptor only?
  • If you are looking for vehicles with discounts, the end of this year would be the best time to buy a BS4-era bike. As manufacturers gear up towards getting their BS6 products on the road, they will be offering significant discounts on their BS4 counterparts to clear stock. They would try to do so well before the April 2020 deadline to avoid any unsold BS4 stock. So we expect most manufacturers to stop selling BS4 bikes by early 2020. You could go bargain hunting then as the few unsold stocks could attract huge discounts. The reason to go for a BS6 vehicle despite the increased costs would be the added features. Also, you would be polluting the environment less. a transition from BS4 to BS6 has in most cases resulted in a minor drop in power. According to the upcoming emission norms, BS6-compliant two-wheelers should be 25 percent cleaner than their BS4 counterparts. While BS4 vehicles are currently allowed a NOx (Nitrous Oxide) pollutant level of 80mg/km, BS6-compliant vehicles will have NOx levels reduced to 60 mg/km.
  • BS6 would generate more heat as the BS6 Exhaust would have bigger Cat converter. But would emit even lesser Co2.
  • Bs4 is the best option ...and when bs6 comes..bs4 will be stopped and bs4 is better compared to bs6
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Q. We want to choose between Interceptor and Himalayan, which is better. Have issue of back pain.
  • I own both the Himalayan and the Interceptor and I can definitely say with authority that with the himalayan you wont have a back pain. Ride is more comfortable due to the seating posture and the seat itself. Same goes for the pillion rider as well. What you will get is a solid freaking headache considering the Himalayan has so many other issues that you get fed up spending most of your time in RE service centers. I own a BS3 model. So I hope the later models have these issues sorted. Interceptor on the hand was built for a different purpose and tall riders (5 foot 9 and above) will have problems with their back. This is because of the seating posture. But there are work arounds to this. its a great bike and is open to customization unlike the Himalayan.
  • I can vouch for the comfort that Himalayan has to offer since I have taken it to places where most other bikes would just give up. Even on tarmac the soft sprung suspension of the Himalayan is much more comfortable than the Interceptor. However, the thrill that you experience riding the Interceptor is a whole new experience . Take a test ride of both & decide for yourself . Or just wait for a few months as RE should be launching the Himalayan 650 by the end of this year & that would surely be one hell of a machine.
  • I have Interceptor, when I Test Drove Himalayan, I felt has a better riding posture & comfort, seats are best. Interceptor is for those who love the mean machines for sheer power & pickup above 90Kmph, you will get a great tremendous performance. Interceptor is a highway performer and on some rough roads. I believe Himalayan is a great package as all rounder for that price. Latest BS-4 is of great build quality. If you want a best comfort in a bike and not looking for more speed greater than 90 Kmph smoothly, then Himalayan is great. Interceptor is a blend of power & performance and a heavy weight sports champion. My suggestion is for your height, stature and your body build, you need to take a sincere unbiased test drive of both of these on a longer ride, forget the others reviews on the internet when you do a test drive and buy which suits you well, keeping in mind what exactly you want. That will give you peace of mind.
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Q. I am planning to buy a bike on which a lady can sit one sided. My budget is 3 lacs. Currently I am riding Dominar. Please suggest. - Interceptor 650?
  • No not at all advisable. The foot pegs/Rest are elevated .The engine power , Braking will imbalance the pillion rider and affect the rider. Every time we should caution the pillion rider about the dual exhausts before he sits.We should be very careful with the silencer/Exhausts because in seconds it will burn our foot , Knuckle & calf . Moreover INT 650 is not comfortable for pillion rider. If so then pillion rider should wear full boots .
  • I would suggest not carry a lady pillion rider on an Interceptor.As the footpegs are placed quite high and one can't comfortably place both feet on one peg.Hope this helps!
  • Not suggestable for one sided pillion sitting because of upswept exhaust
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