- 2020 Benelli 752S

Benelli ready for battle with 752S

AFTER achieving great success with small and medium-sized bikes, Benelli is set to return to the mid-sized naked bike market with the 752S.

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Engaging, pragmatic and genuinely good looking, the 752S features a modern design with sporty and harmonic lines. The compact and dynamic bike is 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 engineโ€™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.

2020 Benelli 752S

2020 Benelli 752S

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.

This story first published as "Benelli returns to mid-size naked bike market with 752S" on Exhaust Notes Australia.

Can the new Benelli 752S challenge its entrenched rivals in the naked market?

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Comments (7)

  • Ahhh Benelli... the chinese bike with an Italian name ๐Ÿ˜‚ well, it used to sll be Italian... but i will say this, I've ridden a few modern Asian built Benellis, and they are still a very good motorcycle. I'd have one any day. I'd especially have this one, since its such a good looking bike. Great write up as usual Mark! Cheers! ๐Ÿป

      1 year ago
    • Thanks mate. We're looking forward to getting one to test.

        1 year ago
    • oh true!!! enjoy!!! i love seeing these italian styled 750's getting around still. takes me back to the old Laverda's and Ducati 750ss ๐Ÿ‘Œ

        1 year ago
  • Any info on the crank configuration?

      1 year ago