The sports-tourer shares vital cues with the 600i, although the former isn’t as impressive in terms of looks are the latter. Featuring touring panels, the bike has its own character. Power comes in from a 600cc, 4-sroke engine with DOHC technology, this in-line, four cylinder engine gets four valves for each cylinder and produces 62.57 KW at 11500 along with 54.6Nm of torque at 10500 rpm. Transmission duties are carried out by a six-speed constant mesh transmission. Suspension set up comprises of inverted front telescopic forks and hydraulic rear monoshock absorbers.
At the first glance, the TNT 600 GT looks the bigger version of the twins -with its imposing road presence and bulky front end. And its looks go with the purpose it's built for, that of long distance touring rather than the daily city commute. Big front fairing with a small windshield, projector headlamp, high-capacity, 27-litre fuel tank, flat, wide handlebar, upright riding position and a flat, broad seat, all point to the GT's touring-oriented pedigree. It's not quite the headturner, but it's definitely not one to be ignored. If you are the kind who finds appeal in a quiet, confident, yet subtle presence, the TNT 600 GT certainly ticks all the right boxes.