Packed with a refined in-line twin, quality cycle parts and a delightful exhaust note, can the new DSK Benelli TNT 302 crush the dominant status of the frantic KTM 390 Duke? Brace up, this is going to be one crazy ride. Get overall comparison review for Benelli TNT 302 and KTM 390 Duke on the basis of price, specs, pics, engine, interior and exterior at ZigWheels.com
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User Opinion about Benelli TNT 300
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Do anybody is facing the hard gear shift issue with this bike, because I'm. And it's really hard that is making sound even after pressing the full clutch, that is even hard. By the way I love it's sound with stock exhaust, but in future I'm going to change because when I tried leaning towards right, exhaust touches the road and that is irritating.
To be frank the TNT 300 is a real comfortable bike . It's really easy to maneuver the bike in traffic and it is really a friendly motorcycle.. Exhaust note is the one thing that makes the bike a headturner . But the maintenance is a bit on the higher side on the TNT 300. But overall the bike is a blast
Very well build and awesome looks, no other bike beats when it comes to look. On road it is a show stopper. Negative side is high maintenance cost and hoping it will come down soon with more competition as standard service with oil change is close to 5k.
My advice buying vehicle is
My advice buying vehicle is easy, but the maintenance is very costly. Wear and tear are more. I have changed almost every thing except engine. Quality of the bike is very poor.
If u are going for tnt 300 it's good but maintenance and mileage u have to be little careful for that but still excellent machine for budget sports bike which has 2 in-line engine and sounds exactly as 600cc bike