Benelli

IMPERIALE 400

DESCRIPTION

IMPERIALE 400

From Benelli’s enviable history comes the Imperiale 400 with its single-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled engine. The Imperiale 400 is an homage to the 1950’s Motobi Imperiale created by Giuseppe Benelli, one of the six founding Benelli brothers of the mother company. An easy to ride retro motorcycle inviting to new riders with its low seat and low center of gravity, while also appealing to those desiring the fun of a nostalgic motorbike experience.

The vertical single of the Imperiale 400 meets Euro5 requirements and features a single overhead camshaft and electronic fuel injection. Maximum power is 21 hp (15.5 kW) at 5,500 rpm, with 21.4 ft. lbs. (29 Nm) of torque at 4,500 rpm.

The Imperiale 400 chassis has a double-cradle steel frame of tubes and plates. The front suspension has conventional 41 mm fork legs with 4.76-inches (121 mm) of travel, while the rear features a spring seat and twin shocks. Following its old-school aesthetics, the Imperiale 400 rolls on 100/90×19 front and 130/80×18 rear Maxxis Promaxx tires, mounted to spoked wheels. Adding to the vintage look of the Imperiale 400 is a two-piece seat with rear grab rail, rubber knee pads on the fuel tank, pea-shooter muffler, and conventional turn signals.

Braking for the Imperiale 400 is managed by a 300 mm single rotor on the front wheel, mated to a two-piston floating caliper, and a 240 mm rotor at the rear with a single-piston floating caliper with ABS. The Imperiale 400 is available in Glossy Black, Glossy Red, and Glossy Silver. MSRP is $4,899

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IMPERIALE 400