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KTM Duke 390

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KTM Duke 390 overview

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Mileage Top SpeedDisplacementEMI
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Pros

  • Performance
  • Features
  • Value for performance

Cons

  • Build quality
  • Stiff ride
  • Engine heat

Verdict

The KTM 390 Duke brought about a revolution in the performance bike segment. Finally Indian bikers had an option to buy a fast and potent motorcycle with top-notch cycle parts without having to rob a bank. It has its flaws like, stiff ride and engine vibes, but whack open the throttle and the shortcoming fizzle out.

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KTM Duke 390 Specifications

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Engine 373.2 cc

Mileage City/Highway

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Alloy Wheels

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390 Duke Expert Review

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The new 390 Duke has been one of the most anticipated bikes this year and has finally been launched. Taking styling cues from the KTM Super Duke R, it features a split all-LED headlamp and a colour TFT display with a menu navigation switch on the handlebar controls. The revised frame gets increased ground clearance, a shorter wheelbase and a higher seat. The tank is a larger 13.4-litre unit. Cycle parts remain similar to the 2016 version except for the larger 320mm front disc brake. Dry weight has gone up by 10 kilos and is 149 kilos now. The 373.2cc liquid-cooled motor makes 44PS but torque is up by 2Nm at 37Nm. There is ride-by-wire for a sharper throttle response while a slipper clutch should take care of aggressive downshifts. The bikes get a conventional exhaust owing to Euro-IV emissions. The 390 Duke retails at Rs 2.26 lakh (ex-Delhi). Competition comes in the form of the Benelli TNT 300 and Kawasaki Z250 which are priced way higher than the 390 Duke and that should help the KTM earn brownie points among the enthusiasts

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