Imperiale 400 in silver color scheme costs Rs 1.79 lakh, while the black color scheme will put you back by Rs 1.89 lakh.
This past year, Benelli started its very first retro-styled bike in India at an aggressive cost of Rs 1.69 lakh (ex-showroom, India). The Imperiale is Benelli’s bid to rival the Royal Enfield also it did. The introductory offer period has finished and the prices of this Imperiale 400 have increased . The Imperiale 400 in its own silver color scheme currently costs Rs 1.79 lakh, while the black color scheme costs an extra Rs 10,000 at Rs 1.89 lakh (ex-showroom, India).
We have staged the Imperiale 400 broadly, and you’ll be able to read our complete review here, and you might also see how it stacks up against its direct competitions — the Vintage 350 along with the Jawa Forty Two here.
The Imperiale 400 is powered by a single-cylinder engine which makes 29Nm and 21hp, and happens to be among the bikes we have ridden in this section.
The BS6 Royal Enfield Classic 350 was recently established and it observed a price increase of about Rs 11,000, and it costs Rs 1.65 lakh. It was seen just how much this Imperiale’s costs will proceed up to BS6 with its movement.