New 2023 Benelli bikes with 250cc for Benelli BKX 250, BKX 250 S, TRK 251 and Leoncino 250.

New 2023 Benelli bikes with 250cc for Benelli BKX 250, BKX 250 S, TRK 251 and Leoncino 250.


In model year 2023, Benelli introduces four new Benelli 250 models! As well as the brand new and really chic adventure bike Benelli BKX 250 and its no less smart naked sister Benelli BKX 250 S, there are the models Benelli TRK 251 and Leoncino 250, which are already known in larger markets.


A Benelli BKX 250

A compact motorcycle aimed at the younger generation of motorcyclists, the Benelli BKX 250 represents Benelli's adventurous spirit. Benelli Style Centre in Pesaro developed the BKX 250 directly, thus ensuring the really successful design. An eye-catching look that won't fail to catch the attention. This is also thanks to the original headlight unit, which shares the DRL design of the BKX 250 S road version, while the rear is equipped with a combo solution, which combines parking, brake, and turn signals. Intake and exhaust systems have been updated on the proven 250cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine (already used in the other models in the range). It also has a new cooling system that integrates two vertical coolers. There is a maximum output of 25.8 hp at 9250 rpm and 21 Newton meters at 8000 rpm.

In a tubular steel space frame, there is an upside-down fork with a diameter of 41 millimeters and a travel of 180 millimeters. A mono-shock absorber is adjustable in spring preload and also has 180 millimeters of travel. At the front, there are four piston calipers and a 280 mm diameter floating disc. At the back, there are single piston floating brakes. A pair of 100/90-19 tires run at the front and a pair of 140/80-17 tires run at the back. It should last over 400 kilometers with a 13.5 liter tank. For power supply when traveling, there is a USB socket. BKX 250 will be available from all Benelli dealers by mid-2023. We have not yet determined the price.


A Benelli BKX 250S

The Benelli BKX 250 S is versatile, sophisticated and versatile - perfect for the city! Possibly if the 250 four-stroke single in the BKX 250 is lively on the gas, like the liquid-cooled 250 four-stroke single in the other quarter-liter Benelli models. For a naked bike, most of the differences can be found in the chassis and tires - the mono spring strut at the rear has only 150 mm spring travel instead of 180 mm. Fuel tank capacity is 13.5 liters, and 17-inch aluminum rims are fitted with 110/70-17 or 150/60-17 tires. Benelli dealers should also begin selling the BKX 250 S by mid-2023, though a price has not yet been announced.

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With the same recognition value as its big TRK sister, the Benelli TRK 251 is a small adventure motorcycle that doesn't scare anyone. A single-cylinder four-stroke engine with 249 cubic meters is also used here. The other ingredients are also impressive: 41mm forks at the front, a mono strut at the rear, floating 280mm brake discs with 4-piston brake callipers at the front and 240mm brake discs with single-piston brake callipers at the rear. ABS is standard. Tires are road-oriented, 110/70-17 on aluminum rims, 150/60-17 at the rear. In white, black, yellow, and grey, the benelli TRK 251 is available.


2023 Leoncino Benelli

Leoncino 250 is already known for its independent design language, but now the Leoncino 250 wants to combine a cool look and decent performance. With 26 hp and 21 Newton meters of torque, the 250 engine should be more than enough for this, as well as the upside-down forks, mono spring struts at the rear, the 280 mm diameter brake disc at the front, the four-piston calipers, and the Dimension 110/70-17 and 150/60-17 tires. The Leoncino 250 comes in white, anthracite, red, and green.

New 2023 Benelli bikes with 250cc for Benelli BKX 250, BKX 250 S, TRK 251 and Leoncino 250.


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