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Benelli BN 600 GT

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The BN 600GT is a new visionary sports-tourer suitable for all types of riders, including those contemplating touring for the first time.

It is intelligently designed and offers impressive performance on every ride ‰ЫТ whether in town or on the open road.

The BN 600GT joins the BN 600 range sharing the inline four-cylinder, four-stroke, liquid-cooled engine, as run in the popular BN 600R. The engine has a maximum power of 62 kW/84 hp at 11,000 rpm and maximum torque of 57 Nm at 8,100 rpm, matched to an optimal 6 speed gearbox for touring.

Benelli‰ЫЄs renowned Italian styling and ingenuity has gone into the unique fairing design, upright seating position and ergonomics, with attention to detail that defines the GT amongst its peers.

The exceptional road handling and inspiring dynamics are attributed to its rigid tubular steel trellis frame mounted to cast aluminium rear section which incorporates the engine as a stress member. The suspension system consists of a 50mm inverted front forks, and a rear aluminium alloy swing arm with rear mono shock absorber that has adjustable rebound and spring preload allowing rider to set up for preferred suspension feel.

Stopping the GT is Benelli‰ЫЄs cutting-edge braking system that gives maximum safety thanks to a twin floating 320mm diameter disc at the front with four-piston radial calipers and at the rear, a 260mm diameter disc with a two-piston caliper.

The fuel tank has a generous 27 L capacity, allowing the rider to enjoy longer trips before filling up. Excellent fuel efficiency also makes this motorcycle a viable alternative to the car for the every day commute and weekend tour.

The BN 600GT is offered in white, black and unique matt army green. A learner approved (LAMS) BN 600GTS model will also be available.

Priced at $9990 Rideaway for both BN 600GT or BN 600GTS (LAMS) including 2 year unlimited kilometre warranty and 2 year roadside assist.

Visit the Benelli Australia website for more information - www.benelli.com.au

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