|Model||Capacity||Timing||Year of production||OEM catalog|
|Benelli 150S||149||4T||OEM catalog|
|Benelli 180S||175||4T||OEM catalog|
|Benelli BN 125 Euro 4||124||4T||2020||OEM catalog|
|Benelli BN 125 Euro 5||124||4T||2021||OEM catalog|
|Benelli BN 125 Euro 4||125||4T||2017-2019||OEM catalog|
|Benelli TNT 150||148||4T||OEM catalog|
|Keeway K-Light 125 Euro 5 EFI||125||4T||2021||OEM catalog|
|Keeway K-Light 125 Euro 4 EFI||125||4T||2018-2020||OEM catalog|
|Keeway K-Light 202||197||4T||2018-2020||OEM catalog|
|Keeway RKF 125i Euro 4 EFI||124||4T||2020||OEM catalog|
|Keeway RKF 125i Euro 5 EFI||124||4T||2021-2022||OEM catalog|
|Keeway RKF 125i Euro 4 EFI||124||4T||2018-2019||OEM catalog|
|Keeway RKR 125 Euro 4 EFI||124||4T||2018-2020||OEM catalog|
|Keeway RKS 125 Euro 4 EFI||124||4T||2017-2020||OEM catalog|
|Keeway RKS 125||124||4T||2011-2017||OEM catalog|
|Keeway RKS Classic 125||124||4T||2011-2017||OEM catalog|
|Keeway RKS Sport 125 Euro 4 EFI||124||4T||2017-2020||OEM catalog|
|Keeway RKV 125 CBS Euro 4 EFI||124||4T||2018-2020||OEM catalog|
|Keeway RKV 125 Euro 4 EFI||124||4T||2017||OEM catalog|
|Keeway Silverblade 250 Euro 4 EFI||249||4T||2018-2020||OEM catalog|
|Keeway Superlight 125 Euro 4 EFI||125||4T||2020||OEM catalog|
|Keeway Superlight 125 Euro 5 EFI||125||4T||2021||OEM catalog|
|Keeway Superlight 125 Euro 4 EFI||125||4T||2018-2019||OEM catalog|
|Keeway Target 125||125||2013-2016|
|Keeway X-Blade Euro 3||50||2T||OEM catalog|
The Benelli company was founded in the garage of the Benelli family, where in 1911 six brothers: Giuseppe, Giovanni, Francesco, Filipo, Domenico and Tonino started producing motorcycle components.
In 1921, the "Velomotore" was created, a motorcycle based on a bicycle frame with a 2T engine with a capacity of 75cc, the following year, the model "Motoleggera 98cc", which was appreciate by many users.
Many legendary riders have ridden Benelli motorcycles.
In the late 1960s, the last motorcycle produced by the Benelli family company was the "Tornado 650". At that time, the first change of ownership of the brand took place, but production was still continued in Pesaro. At that time motorcycles with 750 and 900cc six-cylinder engines were created.
In 2001, production of a new series of motorcycles with three-cylinder in-line engines began.
Today, Benelli is part of the Qianjiang (QJ) group, a corporation that produces over 1.2 million two-wheelers per year.