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  • Q. Any tubeless spoke or alloy tyre options for the Imperialle 400 ? Also how soon will the spare parts be made available ? Is Benenlli Imperialle 400 worth buying over Classic 350 ?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    No, there is no option for tubeless tyres or alloy wheels for Imperial 400 from the brand side. The Classic 350 has tremendous emotional appeal and is still in some ways a very desirable motorcycle. But the fact of the matter is that it is now a decade old, and its capabilities feel severely limited in this company. Taking all these things into consideration, there is one clear winner here, and that is the Imperiale. It might not be the most special looking motorcycle here or the best performing, but it tugs at your heartstrings every time you ride it, you’re always planning your next ride before the current one is even finished. It is the bike you most want to be on, and for that simple reason, it is our pick of this segment. You may compare both the bikes accordingly. Do take a test ride for better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.

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  • Q. What is the top speed of Benelli Imperiale 400?
    Sanjay
    Sanjay | 1 year ago

    Easily it will touch 120 Kmph after that it will take time to cruise ....

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  • Q. How many minutes Benelli Imperiale 400 take 0 to 60 kmph.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Benelli Imperiale 400 ;is powered by a 374cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine that takes the bike from 0 to 60kmph in 5.06s while the 100kmph mark comes up in 15.7s.

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    Imperiale 400 User Reviews

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    • I had test ride with heavy weight plum pillion rider. Didn't cross 60km/hr speed. Posting some pros & cons in my view.PROS-- looks are super nice to fall in love with it. Handling is vert comfortable & good. The sitting comfort is excellent. Engine is super smooth. Suspension is too nice. Breaking is also good. Pickup is good. Its heavy but weight isn't felt while riding. Overall built quality & design is excellent. CONS--The major issue is engine heat. Heat isn't noticed when bike is in motion. But when its halted we can actually feel the heat on calf & thighs. The gear shift lever is too long for mid size shoe & heal shift lever is absent. There is no place for tool kit storage. the rider footrest is large & comfortable but its much extended outward which keeps brushing & hitting the calf. The pillion seat is independent but there is no option to detach it. The company doesn't provide optional backrest for pillion rider as accessories. Don't know about its fuel economy & service cost & aftersales service.

    • For me it was love at first sight. I saw the ad on Facebook and fell for it. I was eagerly waiting for the price to be announced and booked the red one the same day. After more than three months' of waiting I got my hands on the bike on 6th of February. The first thing that struck me during the test-ride was the refinement and absolute quality. The engine offers quite powerful performance and urges you to twist the grip further. Ride quality is excellent. The bike is more suited for long highway rides but it handles quite well in city traffic, except for the slightly large turning radius. The retro looks are simply amazing. I am still in the process of running-in the engine, so I can only say that mileage is in excess of 30 kmpl. The exhaust has a muted roar that is so thrilling both on the highways as well as the city roads. Engine heat is a real problem and I hope it will reduce after the running-in period. 06/03/2020:I got back the bike after the first free service at 1000 kms and the service charge was a mere Rs. 1365. I need to go for a ride and check whether the engine heat has been reduced. I was told by the Service manager that it will come down since the engine oil has been changed from the normal to a synthetic one.

    • Engine heat is unbearable comparing to royal enfield thunderbird / classic 350 harmful to mens balls, Seat is having a saddle seat like sripngs but cant relay on them they are hard wont absorb shock for me i m 76kgs, Require large radius to take you turn, Gear shifting is very clanky and crisp ll get into neutral when you shift down on turns from 2 to 1 st slightly may loose control when leaning to curve unknowingly bike get into its neutral gear an loose engine breaking, Light visibility is far lowwer than royal enfield classic350/standard 350, Design wise up to the pillon footrest is very good after that up to tail lamps its weirdestly packed

    • please avoid this bike in all cases. the only and the main issue with this bike is engine heat. it's unbearable and you cannot drive in city conditions. no reviewers mention this. idiots they are. always telling the same things again and again being diplomatic. my request never go for this. you will regret your whole life.

    • Super pretty retro bike with good smooth engine and very good gear ratios. Rear suspension is a little hard, turning circle is a bit wide. Perfect A to B bike for daily commute. I have one since 1st Sept. 2020, 450 km done so far - still running in.

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