Urban Moto Imports have announced a plethora of new Benelli models coming to Australia. Prices and arrival dates are TBA but you can check out all the 2023 models below...

Benelli recently announced the TRK 800 at EICMA 2022. Now UMI have confirmed that in addition to the TRK 502/502X, Leoncino 500/500 Trail, Leoncino 800/800 Trail, TNT 125, and 502C, the following models will also be coming to Australia and New Zealand.

Benelli presented the TRK 800, a brand new adventure bike from the manufacturer based in Pesaro, at EICMA 2022.

Benelli presented the TRK 800, a brand new adventure bike from the manufacturer based in Pesaro, at EICMA 2022.

TRK 800
Benelli presented the TRK 800, a brand new adventure bike from the manufacturer based in Pesaro, at EICMA 2022. Hopefully jumping on the success seen by the brands current best selling bike, the TRK 502 X.



Read more about the new TRK 800 here...


BKX 250 is the new Benelli proposal which they say has an adventurous spirit, designed to move freely, take new paths and to satisfy your desire for all-round motorbikes.

BKX 250 is the new Benelli proposal which they say has an adventurous spirit, designed to move freely, take new paths and be an all-rounder.

BKX 250
BKX 250 is the new Benelli proposal which they say has an adventurous spirit, designed to move freely, take new paths and be an all-rounder. The BKX 250 offers compact shapes and dynamic lines, this is thanks to its well-established 250cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke single-cylinder engine (already seen on models from the range with the same displacement), to which updates have been made to the cooling system and intake and exhaust systems. The engine has a maximum power output of 25.8hp@9250 rpm and 21Nm@8000rpm. The timing features double overhead camshaft with four valves per cylinder, wet clutch and a 6-speed gearbox.



The BKX 250 features a steel trellis frame, upside-down fork with 41mm diameter legs and 180mm of travel, while at the rear there is a swinging arm and a monoshock with progressive linkage adjustable in the spring preload and 180mm of travel at the wheel.



The braking system has a single 280mm diameter floating disc with four-piston calliper on the front and a 240mm diameter disc with single-piston floating calliper on the back. The spoked wheels with aluminium alloy hub and rim are 19in at the front and 17in at the rear, and respectively fitted with 100/90 and 140/80 tyres. Also included is LCD instrumentation, 13.5-litre fuel tank offers a range of over 400 km and a convenient USB socket is also available.

BKX 250 S is a multipurpose motorcycle, ideal for getting around the city and dealing with metro traffic with ease.

BKX 250 S is a multipurpose motorcycle, ideal for getting around the city and dealing with metro traffic with ease.

BKX 250 S
BKX 250 S is a multipurpose motorcycle, ideal for getting around the city and dealing with metro traffic with ease. A two-wheeler devoted to all-round fun, with a strong and modern personality.



It shares most of the same specifications as the BKX 250 with a different style and suspension/wheel specifications more suited for the road…

The Tornado Naked Twin 500 introduces new expressive language that will be the benchmark for the new family of sports bikes from the Pesaro-based manufacturer.

The Tornado Naked Twin 500 introduces new expressive language that will be the benchmark for the new family of sports bikes from the Pesaro-based manufacturer.

TNT 500
The Tornado Naked Twin 500 introduces new expressive language that will be the benchmark for the new family of sports bikes from the Pesaro-based manufacturer. Unmistakable, refined styling is matched by the 500cc twin-cylinder, four-stroke, liquid-cooled front-mounted engine, capable of delivering a maximum power output of 47.6hp@8500 rpm and 46 Nm@6000rpm.



Featuring an extremely smooth, dynamic engine, which is much appreciated on the TRK 502 and Leoncino 500 due to the regularity of delivery and its reliability. It has undergone some modifications including a new design for both the clutch cover and the transmission cover, in accordance with the position of the engine in the new frame and the style of the bike. Completing the look and feel of the engine are wet-sump lubrication, a wet multiplate clutch with torque converter and slipper clutch, and a 6-speed gearbox with final chain drive.



The chassis of the Tornado Naked Twin 500 is supported by a tubular steel trellis frame. It’s a compact and agile bike thanks to a wheelbase of only 1451mm. The suspension setups consists of an upside-down fork with 50mm legs and 125mm travel, at the rear there is a central monoshock featuring adjustable spring preload and rebound damping, with a travel of 41.2mm.


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The braking system is equipped at the front with a 320mm diameter semi-floating double disc with a four-piston radial calliper and ABS, and at the rear with a 260mm diameter disc with a single-piston floating calliper and ABS. The aluminium alloy 17” rims, available in white, are fitted with 120/70 and 160/60 tyres respectively. The tank capacity is 14 litres. The bike also features an innovative dashboard, equipped with a 5in colour TFT display, which has a Bluetooth connectivity.

Agile and easy to handle, the TRK 251 is capable of conquering the trails, and is aimed at new riders who are looking to get into the world of adventure motorcycling.

Agile and easy to handle, the TRK 251 is capable of conquering the trails, and is aimed at new riders who are looking to get into the world of adventure motorcycling.

TRK 251
Agile and easy to handle, the TRK 251 is capable of conquering the trails, and is aimed at new riders who are looking to get into the world of adventure motorcycling.



The single-cylinder 249cc, four-stroke engine is liquid cooled, with double overhead cams and electronic fuel injection, shared with the rest of the 250cc range. Its maximum power is 25.8hp@9250 rpm and 21Nm@8000rpm.



The traditional steel tube trellis frame is able to offer maximum stability and ease of riding. The suspension setup features an upside down fork with 41mm diameter legs on the front and a rear swinging arm with central damper and 60mm travel. TRK 251 features a braking system consisting of a single floating 280mm disc with four-piston calliper on the front and 240mm with single-piston calliper on the back.. ABS comes standard. The 17in aluminium alloy rims mount a 110/70 tyre on the front and 150/60 at the rear. TRK 251 is offered in white, black, yellow and grey

TRK 502 is the versatile and modern twin-cylinder, designed to be the ideal travel companion for all adventures.

TRK 502 is the versatile and modern twin-cylinder, designed to be the ideal travel companion for all adventures.

TRK 502
TRK 502 is the versatile and modern twin-cylinder, designed to be the ideal travel companion for all adventures. The engine is the 500cc twin-cylinder, four-stroke, liquid-cooled front-mounted engine, capable of delivering a maximum power output of 47.6hp@8500 rpm and 46 Nm@6000rpm. It has a 6-speed gearbox with final chain drive.



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The bold and expressive lines of TRK 502 are eye-catching thanks to a 20-litre capacity fuel tank, a headlight assembly mainly with LED lamps with an enhanced design and a front mudguard capable of dominating the scene. The TRK 502 has backlit handlebar switchgears, rear-view mirrors with new design, as well as the new hand grips and practical aluminium pawls positioned under the saddle, now more comfortable and spacious. The handlebar is adjustable as well as the clutch lever.

The suspension is sorted by an upside down fork with 50mm legs and 140mm travel, on the back is a central monoshock adjustable in the spring preload and hydraulic rebound damping and a travel of 45mm. 

The suspension is sorted by an upside down fork with 50mm legs and 140mm travel, on the back is a central monoshock adjustable in the spring preload and hydraulic rebound damping and a travel of 45mm.

The steel trellis frame features high-tensile strength steel plates. The suspension is sorted by an upside down fork with 50mm legs and 140mm travel, on the back is a central monoshock adjustable in the spring preload and hydraulic rebound damping and a travel of 45mm.



The brakes are sorted by a 320mm diameter semi-floating disc on the front and four-piston calliper, and a 260mm diameter disc on the back with a single-piston calliper. The 17in aluminium alloy rims mount 120/70-17 and 160/60-17 tyres for the road version. TRK 502 has a dedicated range of accessories, including aluminum pannier sets, top cases and high windshield.

Queen of mid-sized tourers, TRK 502 X is the two-wheeler with an aggressive and captivating look, the adventure version of the 500cc crossover.

Queen of mid-sized tourers, TRK 502 X is the two-wheeler with an aggressive and captivating look, the adventure version of the 500cc crossover.

TRK 502 X
Queen of mid-sized tourers, TRK 502 X is the two-wheeler with an aggressive and captivating look, the adventure version of the 500cc crossover, with 19in spoked wheels at the front and 17in at the rear, made to travel without borders.



Check out our world launch report of the TRK 502 X here…


Benelli say the TRK 702 is a comfortable and tireless globetrotter. Powered by a brand new 698 cc twin-cylinder Benelli engine, developed precisely as a result of the need to create an intermediate product range between the 500cc and 800cc engines.

Benelli say the TRK 702 is a comfortable and tireless globetrotter. Powered by a brand new 698cc twin-cylinder, developed as a result of the need to create an intermediate product range between the 500cc and 800cc engines.

TRK 702
Benelli say the TRK 702 is a comfortable and tireless globetrotter. Powered by a brand new 698cc twin-cylinder Benelli engine, developed precisely as a result of the need to create an intermediate product range between the 500cc and 800cc engines. The engine delivers power of 76.2hp@8750rpm and 68.2Nm@6250rpm. It features double overhead cams with four valves per cylinder, chain drive and crankshaft with crank pins offset by 180°, as well as electronic fuel injection with 41mm double throttle body. The transmission unit features a clutch side removable 6-speed gearbox, assisted by a wet clutch with torque converter. The 698 cc engine also includes a restricted version at 35 kW for LAMs licences.



Featuring a traditional trellis frame with a steel plate derived specifically from the 500cc model. The suspension is sorted by upside-down forks with 50mm legs and 140mm travel at the front, and a central monoshock featuring adjustable spring preload and rebound damping, with travel of 50mm (168mm at the wheel). A high-performance braking system is ensured by the double 320mm diameter semi-floating disc on the front and four-piston calliper, and a 260mm diameter disc on the back with a single-piston calliper. The 17in aluminium alloy rims mount Pirelli Angel GT 120/70 and 160/60 tyres.



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This two-wheeler offers a full LED headlight unit and a high-resolution 5in TFT colour display, which has a Bluetooth connectivity. The handlebar controls allow also answering or ending a call.

Benelli say the TRK 702 X is a pure adventure bike, as is the case with the TRK 502. The TRK 702 X features more adventure focused features over the base model.

Benelli say the TRK 702 X is a pure adventure bike, as is the case with the TRK 502. The TRK 702 X features more adventure focused features over the base model.

TRK 702 X
Benelli say the TRK 702 X is a pure adventure bike, as is the case with the TRK 502. The TRK 702 X features more adventure focused features over the base model, including a larger front wheel and more suspension travel.



All models have yet to have their arrival date and pricing confirmed for Australia. We keep an eye out on Benelli Australia’s website for more info.


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