AFTER achieving great success with small and medium-sized bikes, Benelli will mark its welcome return to the mid-to-large naked bike segment with the engaging, pragmatic and genuinely good looking 752S.
Featuring a modern design with sporty and harmonic lines, the 752S is a compact and dynamic bike, capable of captivating at first glance. The tube trellis frame with steel plates envelops the new Benelli four-stroke 750cc liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine.
Maximum power and torque are respectively 81.6hp (60.85kW) and 67Nm. Double overhead camshaft timing, 4-valves per cylinder and electronic fuel injection with double throttle body, complete the engine’s technical specifications.
The suspension consists of Marzocchi front upside down fork with 50mm diameter legs, providing a guarantee of stability and effectiveness throughout the entire 117mm travel of the front suspension.
On the back, there is a swinging arm with central adjustable KYB monoshock in the spring preload with a 45mm travel.
The attention to safety and performance is confirmed by the characteristics of the braking system, with a double 320mm diameter disc on the front and four-piston floating caliper, and a 260mm diameter disc on the back with a single-piston floating caliper.
As usual, it is equipped with ABS. The 17-inch aluminium alloy rims mount 120/70-17 and 180/55-17 Pirelli Angel ST tyres. The tank has 15 litres of capacity.
The 752S will be available in Australia from September 2020 at $12,990 ride away. You can find more information on the Benelli Australia website.