KTM Duke & RC Motorcycles Price Increased in India
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What do you think about the design of the KTM 390 Duke?
The 390 Duke’s 2017 makeover gave it an unmistakable presence on the streets. The bike was given a more aggressive, edgy look with the SuperDuke design language. The signature LED headlight and tank extensions further accentuated the streetfighter stance of the 390 Duke, giving it a powerful and imposing look.
Is KTM 390 good for daily use?
If you live in a city like Pune, where traffic is much less than cities like Bangalore and Delhi, and where roads are broader and maintained better, then the Duke 390 could be a good choice for daily commuting. It is a sports bike, so it is designed to be raced, and not to provide the rider with much stability on the roads. However, if you live in a city with lots of slow-moving traffic and potholes, and a hot climate, then the Duke 390 is not the right choice for daily commuting, as it will be tiring to ride, and it won't be able to reach its full potential due to the slow moving traffic. You can expect to get 25-26 kmpl mileage, and you will also find it difficult to overtake other vehicles in slow moving traffic, as the Duke 390 has the widest handlebar among all street n***d bikes.
Is KTM Duke 390 a superbike?
The KTM Duke 390 is not a superbike. It is a mid-range, entry-level street bike that is designed for commuting and light touring. It has a single-cylinder 373.2 cc engine that delivers 44 HP of power and 37 Nm of torque. It has a top speed of around 160 km/h and a mileage of around 40 km/l.
How much is a KTM 390?
The KTM Duke 390 price in India starts from Rs 2.70 lakh and goes up to Rs 3.09 lakh (ex-showroom).
Is KTM worth buying?
The KTM 1290 Super Duke R is an exceptional bike and it is undoubtedly a superior machine on all roads. It has an unrivaled power-to-weight ratio, making it an absolute delight to ride. Though its price may be on the higher side, it offers tremendous value for money and is definitely worth it.