KTM has launched the 390 Duke in India. The 3rd-Gen motorcycle will be available at INR. 3.11 lakh ex-showroom. Compared to the outgoing model, the new updated 390 Duke is pricier by INR 13,000. Interested customers can book this bike by paying a token amount of INR. 4,499 on the company’s official website. Deliveries are expected to comment soon.
What’s new in the 2024 KTM 390 Duke?
The 390 Duke has received a significant upgrade for the third-generation. The Austrian bike maker is now offering LED headlamps that look bigger than before, aggressive looking LED DRLs and an updated fuel tank design. The tank shrouds now extend further outward making the 2023 KTM 390 Duke a muscular motorcycle. KTM is also offering a new split-style seat design and an exposed rear subframe.
KTM is offering a choice of two colour options – Atlantic Blue and Electronic Orange Metallic.
Hardware of the 2024 KTM 390 Duke
The 3rd-gen 390 Duke comes with a new trellis frame. This is made from steel and is powder coated. The front suspension consists of 33mm upside-down front forks with adjustable rebound and compression. Meanwhile, the rear suspension duties are handled by a monoshock with preload and rebound adjustment.
The braking setup consists of a new 320mm front disc and 240mm rear disc. KTM is offering dual-channel ABS along with cornering and supermoto ABS as well. The 17-inch alloys feature Michelin tyres.
A 5-inch TFT display is offered on the bike a well. This displays all the important information at all times. It also offers turn-by-turn navigation, smartphone connectivity, call and music controls amongst others.
Powertrain of the 2024 KTM 390 Duke
The highlight of this update in the new 399cc engine. This single-cylinder, liquid-cooled develops 44.25 BHP and 39 Nm of peak torque. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a 6-speed gearbox. This gearbox is offferd with a quick shifter and a slipper clutch.
KTM has also added a bunch of rider aids on the new 390 Duke. These include launch control, ride modes like Street, Rain and Track, and more.
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