Royal Enfield bikes are unique in that they stick to what they believe in they don’t change themselves to follow what others do nor do they overload their bikes with over-the-top electronics they continue to keep the true essence of motorcycling and life by offering a pure and raw riding experience which the old-school mature and seasoned bikers still prefer so does the new Benelli Imperial 400 have what it takes to really detune the king who has been kind of running a monopoly in its segment.
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Design and Features
let’s start with the specs-wise,Benelli Imperiale 400 VS Royal Enfield classic 350, Price, Mileage, Power Comparison Articles the overall height of the Imperial a is up by 30 mm width is up by 30 mm as well and the overall length is up by 10 mm. as a result of the increased length the Imperial gets a longer wheelbase of 1440mm compared to 1390mm of Royal Enfield classic 350, the Imperial is offering a ground clearance of 165 mm compared 235 mm of the classic 350, higher ground clearance means hassle-free riding experience through the city, where we have to tackle what choose to call vehicle breakers rather than speed breakers, and this also serves as an advantage while venturing on to the more challenging terrains. The seat height of the Imperial again does offer lower seat height despite the high clearance. The classic 350 comes to the seat height of 800 mm so shorter riders and average height riders would feel more comfortable riding the Imperial and also because of the slightly forward Set ride of footpegs people up to like 6 feet tall should feel comfortable riding the Imperial. The tank capacity, 12-liter tank doesn’t offer good tank range; the classic 350 just edges past the Imperial here by offering a 13.5-liter tank which is also not sufficient for touring. The Imperial a weighs 205 kgs, whereas the classic 350 weighs 194 kgs. so this clearly gives the ride and feel the weight advantage but the Imperial Compensates for this by offering more power and more torque. Talking about the speed of the console, the imperial is a clear winner here because of the twin-pod layout and also including a fuel gauge and a gear position indicator which the Royal Enfield classic motorcycles continue to lack. Imperial Has dual-channel ABS, a standard that cannot be turned off, Royal Enfield on the other hand offers single-channel abs across different variants of classic 350. the newly launched 350 s of a single-channel ABS whereas the signal sedition gunmetal gray and other models offer dual-channel abs and the braking is equally good on both the bikes, but imperialist brakes to be slightly more effective because of the larger 300mm front disc
Powering the Imperial is a single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected for valve 374 CC engine, that puts out 21 PS of max power and 29 Newton meters of max torque we get a 5-speed gearbox .the classic 350 on the other hand comes powered by a single-cylinder 346 CC air-cooled carbureted engine that puts out 19.8 peers of max power and 28 Newton meters of max torque and we get a 5-speed gearbox.