Two-Wheeler Festive Offers: Low EMI offer of Rs 4,999 on Benelli Imperiale 400 BSVI
Italian motorcycle manufacturer Benelli has announced a lucrative EMI offer on its Imperiale 400 BSVI. One can avail the company's low EMI scheme of Rs 4,999 with a funding of 85 per cent at any of the Benelli dealerships across the country. Interested customers can book the motorcycle online on the official website for a token amount of Rs 6,000. The modern classic is being offered with a best-in-class three-year unlimited-kilometre warranty and two-years of complimentary service as standard. Benelli India is also offering third-year maintenance contract for Rs. 1,500 with pick and drop and 24x7 road-side assistance.
2020 Benelli BSVI was launched at Rs 1.99 lakh, ex-showroom
"We are delighted to offer a customized solution for our customers to ensure that the Imperiale 400 is well within their reach. Festivities are auspicious occasions for everyone to fulfil their dreams. We wanted to make sure that the pandemic situation doesn't cause a hindrance to our fans and customers, towards fulfilling their dreams of owning an Italian classic." commented, Vikas Jhabakh, Managing Director, Benelli India.
Powering the Benelli Imperiale 400 BSVI is a SOHC, single-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled engine with electronic fuel injection that produces a maximum power of 21PS at 6000rpm, with a torque output of 29Nm at 3500rpm. Here's our detailed review of the motorcycle. In terms of competition, the Benelli Imperiale 400 competes with the likes of Royal Enfield Classic and also the recently launched Honda Highness CB 350.
Starts Rs 1,99,000
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