Key Specs of KTM 390 Duke
|Power||43.5 bhp @ 9000 rpm|
|Cooling System||Liquid Cooled|
|Start||Self Start Only|
KTM 390 Duke Highlights
6 August 2018: KTM has requested owners of the 2017-18 KTM 390 Duke to visit their nearest dealerships for a ‘Monsoon Kit’ fitment as part of a silent recall. The Austrian bike manufacturer says it will replace certain faulty components which will rectify the various issues reported by owners of the second-gen 390 Duke, which was launched in 2017. The second-gen KTM 390 Duke gets an upgraded instrument console, larger radiator fan, refreshed shrouds and a new white colour scheme. Having said that, the existing orange colour scheme will also be continued simultaneously. It also features smartphone sync, ride-by-wire technology, adjustable levers, ABS, new stylish LED headlamp cluster, and an all-digital TFT LCD instrument console that includes tripmeter, clock, and an audio player display.
The Duke 390 is powered by a 373.2cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, BSIV-compliant engine that produces a max power of 43.5PS @ 9000 rpm and a max torque of 37Nm @ 7000 rpm, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. KTM claims that it can reach a top speed of 160kmph and returns a mileage of 35kmpl. The fuel tank has a total capacity of 13.4 litres. It is equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels and tubeless tyres. Braking is handled by the 300mm front disc brake and the 230mm rear disc brake. The suspension setup comprises of WP upside down front forks and a WP monoshock at the rear.
The Duke 390 is offered in only one standard variant which is priced at Rs 2.42 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Duke 390 competes against the Benelli TNT 300 in India.
KTM 390 Duke Pros and Cons
Things We Like in 390 Duke
- Good list of features and cycle parts
- Agressive styling makes it stand out
- Slipper clutch and ABS
- Power to weight ratio
- Solid build quality
- Sharp handling
- All digital instrumental cluster packs info
- Superb feedback
- Sticky tyres
Things We Don't Like in 390 Duke
- Poor NVH levels
- Finish levels could have been better
- Stiff ride quality
KTM 390 Duke Price
|390 Duke STD25.7 kmpl City Mileage, 373.2 cc||Rs.2,43,955|
KTM 390 Duke Mileage
KTM 390 Duke 2018 STD gives a mileage of 28.5 kmpl in highway, as tested by our experts.
KTM 390 Duke Specifications
|Mileage||25.7 kmpl City Mileage|
|Fuel Capacity||13.4 L|
|Engine Type||1-Cylinder, 4-Stroke Engine|
KTM 390 Duke Features
|LED Tail Light||Y|
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KTM 390 Duke Videos
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- New KTM Duke 390 (Slipper Clutch) : Review : PowerDriftAug 15, 2018
- 2017 KTM Duke 390 : First Ride : PowerDriftAug 15, 2018
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KTM 390 Duke Expert Review
January 16, 2018: KTM has given the 390 Duke minor updates for 2018. They include an updated TFT screen display software, larger radiator fan, new heat shield and a new white colour. All these updates do not increase the price of the new 2018 bike. The new 390 Duke has been a favourite among bikers due to its performance, aggressive styling and additional features. It features a split all-LED headlamp. An important addition is the new colour TFT display that gets a menu navigation switch integrated into the left side handlebar controls. It also can be synced to your smartphone via the KTM MY RIDE app. It gets a revised frame that increases ground clearance to 185mm, reduces wheelbase to 1357mm and bumps up seat height by 30mm. All of these changes should translate in sportier dynamics. The tank is a larger 13.4-litre unit now and should help in improving the range. The body panels have been completely revised on the bike and the 390 Duke looks larger than its predecessor. The bike now looks very similar to the KTM Super Duke R.. Cycle parts remain similar to the 2016 version though the new 390 Duke gets a larger 320mm front disc brake. All revisions add up to 10 kilos on the new bike. Dry weight is now 149 kilos.The 373.2cc engine makes similar 44PS but torque is up by 2Nm at 37Nm. The bike gets ride-by-wire for a sharper throttle response while a slipper clutch should take care of aggressive downshifts. Euro-IV compliance adds the new conventional exhaust into the mix. The new 390 Duke has competition in the form of the more expensive Benelli TNT 300 and Kawasaki Z250.
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390 Duke price in India
|Hyderabad||Rs. 2.43 Lakh|
|Delhi||Rs. 2.43 Lakh|
|Pune||Rs. 2.43 Lakh|
|Mumbai||Rs. 2.43 Lakh|
|Bangalore||Rs. 2.44 Lakh|
|Chennai||Rs. 2.44 Lakh|
|Kolkata||Rs. 2.44 Lakh|