QJ SRK 600 is a Benelli TNT 600i under a new Chinese brand.

Benelli SRK600 China
The bike was spotted recently and it looks sporty

While Benelli is an Italian motorcycle brand, it is now owned by Zhejiang Qianjiang Chinese bike maker. Now Benelli has a new sister brand QJMotor. They have introduced their first offering which is called QJ SRK 600. It was expected to be called Benelli SRK600 when spied for the first time.

The bike is based on the Benelli TNT 600i sharing most of the mechanicals but the styling is new and there are more features on offer. The bike was leaked last month revealing the details of the new motorcycle.

It comes with an aggressive design language. The front profile of the Benelli SRK600 looks sharp with LED headlight and a hunkered down stance. It comes with a muscular fuel tank while the rear is raised.

There is a new 5-inch all-digital full-colour instrument cluster on offer. There is a huge single underbelly exhaust. One of the new highlights is the keyless ignition system, there is a touch sensitive button near the handlebar.

The motorcycle comes with a ground clearance of 150 mm. The seat height is 800 mm while the kerb weight is 198 kgs. Moreover, it has a 15-litres of fuel tank capacity.

Powering the QJ SRK 600 is a 600cc in-line 4-cylinder engine. It churns out 81.5 PS at 11,000 RPM and 55 Nm of torque at 8000 RPM. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox.

The bike is capable of doing 0-100 km/hr in 4.5 seconds. The bike maker claims a top speed of 210 km/hr. QJMotor is offering the bike in 3 variants – Standard, Medium and High.

It comes with a starting price of 43,999 Yuan (Rs. 4.66 lakhs). Available in 4 colour options – black, white, blue and red.

Benelli SRK600

– Benelli’s sister brand QJMotor’s first bike launched
– It is called QJ SRK 600 in China
– The bike is based on the Benelli TNT 600i

Benelli SRK600 Price
It is based on the Benelli TNT 600
Benelli SRK600 Rear
Gets an all-digital instrument cluster
Benelli SRK600 Specs
QJ SRK 600 is Benelli’s sister company QJMotor’s first product