FOUR WHEELS MOVE THE BODY, BUT TWO WHEELS MOVE THE SOUL
Prepare to be moved by the new Benelli TNT 300! Like all of the motorcycles in the TNT family, the TNT 300 combines all the styling, features, and technology that one would expect from an Italian exotic, in a friendly, easy to use package.
Powered by one of the few parallel twin engines in its segment, this engine breathes through 4 valve cylinder heads controlled by dual overhead cams (DOHC) and is related to the 600 cc inline 4 seen in the TNT 600. The frame takes the best of Italian design and uses a cast aluminum lower section combined with a steel trellis upper section. This gives the rigidity necessary for precise handling combined with superior comfort and unmatched road feel. The 17" wheels means that there is a wide assortment of tires available, ranging from DOT racing slicks to touring tires.
The ergonomics are sized to fit just about everyone, the gauges are a combination of analogue tach with digital speedometer and the key is a switchblade type key. Finally, the frame is clothed in sexy Italian designed bodywork, just the thing to draw envious glances.
3 hundred cc, 2 cylinders, 1 lasting impression. Benelli’s new TNT 300 is a smaller bike with big-bike features. From the mirrors to the tires, the super-fun TNT 300 will move the body and stir the soul, mile after mile.
In 1911, Benelli developed our first bike, but in 2004, with the launch of the Tornado Naked Tre 1130, the legend of the special Benelli "roar" began. That fantastic and unique soundtrack, stirs the soul, while moving body and is featured in everything we make. When you hear the TNT 300, like the rest of the TNT line, the sound is music to your ears!
One of the few multi-cylinder engines in it's class, the TNT 300's 300cc, liquid-cooled, 4 valve DOHC parallel twin is highly advanced, and shares much of its design with the potent 600cc inline-four engine from Benelli’s TNT 600 range. Like all TnT engines, it offers plenty of smooth, controllable power. It’s just the thing for trolling through the city, or carving your way down an empty back road.
In the front, the beefy 41 mm USD forks, finely tuned suspension geometry and tuned flex from its steel trellis upper frame give precise yet stable handling.
In the rear, a laterally mounted shock absorber with adjustable pre-load controls a super rigid, braced swingarm. This accommodates a wide variety of rider weights, and gives the superior suspension feel that Benelli has been know for.
The TNT 300 uses LED lighting technology in the tail lamp and turn signals for a modern, sophisticated look while using up very little power.
The instrument panel on the TNT 300 blends modern with traditional. A digital multifunction display is used to give the rider the most accurate information possible, while the analog tachometer is quick and easy to read while at speed.