Comparison of powerful bikes has always been a difficult task. But today we are trying to get insights of the top notch features of Kawasaki Versys 650 and Benelli TNT 600GT. Let us find out which one is more suited to your needs.
Kawasaki Versys 650:
Kawasaki Versys 650 is one of the finest bikes from the house of Kawasaki .It has a power of 67.45 bhp @ 8500 rpm which is provided by its powerful 649 cc engine. It produces a 64 Nm force torque @ 7500 rpm from its 216 kg body. Impressive enough. It is equipped with a 6 shift gear box along with front and rear disc brakes and great alloy wheels. It has a diamond high tensile steel made chassis and is front suspension comprising of 41 mm inverted telescopic and rear suspension is offset lay down single shock absorbers. It has a mileage of 20 kmpl.
It has a 2 cylinders 4 valves per cylinder engine in which the fuel delivery is done through the fuel injection technology. Moreover it has chain drive type transmission and a wet multi plate clutch to make your ride smooth and efficient. It comes with a 17 inches wide wheel size and the caliper is composed of 2 pistons in front and 1 in the rear end of the bike.
This super bike cum monster comes with an alarming price of Rs 6,60,000.
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Benelli TNT 600 GT:
Benelli TNT 600 GT is one of the superior bike ever produced by Benelli.
It has an exclusive 600 cc 4 cylinders engine comprising of 4 valves per cylinder and is capable of producing an 82.70 bhp @ 11,500 rpm with a force of 54.60 Nm @ 10,500 rpm torque. Quite amazing. It has electronic fuel injection system for its fuel delivery and 6 stroke gear box along with a chain drive transmission which comes with a wet multi plate clutch.
Moreover it has 4 piston in its front caliper and 2 pistons in the rear end along with inverted front telescopic front suspension and hydraulic mono shock absorbers forming its rear end suspension. Talking of its style, the bike comes in 3 colors namely Verde army, bianco and Nero respectively. It also has a digital speedometer and an analogue tachometer.
The bike is equipped with disc brakes and 17 inches wide wheel. It has a mileage of 19kmpl.The bike comes with a price tag of Rs 5,78,000.
Both the bikes are simply awesome and have their own set of configurations. If an optimal sports bike with awful configurations is your concern, then go for the Kawasaki. If you need a little extra, then the Benalli might satisfy your appetite. Ultimately it is the user who has to decide. But the best practice is to first analyze the after sales support of the said bike in your location. These bikes need a regular maintenance and it can also play a greater role in the life and health of your machine.
Happy biking folks!!!