KTM 390 Adventure

₹2.90 Lakh - 3.20 Lakh (Expected Price)
Expected Launch :
July 2019
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About Ktm 390 adventure

The duke 390 Adventure is a much awaited bike by KTM fanatics and here is a good news for them. This bike has been now seen testing in India and the launch is expected to happen in the upcoming year.

The exterior of the Adventure 390 has the silhouette of the Duke 390 with some inspiration taken from the bigger brother “KTM 790 Adventure”. It has a windshield sitting above the new Twin-Led headlight, a sleek fuel tank with revised new front seat and the rear gets a split seat.

The 390 Adventure has got the same 373.2cc engine producing 43.5bhp and 37Nm of torque, which has undergone some minor changes to provide strong low and mid-range torque. The gear ratios have also been changed to the 6-speed gear box for better performance.

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