KTM RC 390
|Others||Rs 1,096 |
|On Road||Rs 2,60,803|
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|3.8/5 5 Reviews|
- Good list of features and cycle parts
- Slipper clutch and ABS
- Power to weight ratio
- Aggressive styling makes it stand out
- Sharp handling with superb feedback from sticky tyres
- Poor NVH levels
- Finish levels could have been better
- Stiff ride quality
- Digital tachometer is hard to read on the move
The KTM RC 390 is among the quickest bikes in its segment while being a fantastic value for money proposition
KTM RC 390 Highlights
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K-1/8/A2, Road No. 201, Main Rajapuri Road, Dwarka, New Delhi 110059
PLOT NO. 70, K.L.J. COMPLEX-2, NAJAFGARH ROAD,NEW DELHI 110015
A-1, MAHENDRU ENCLAVE,GT KARNAL ROAD, DELHI OPP. SAYA AUTOMOBILES 110033
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KTM RC 390 Mileage
KTM RC 390 gives a mileage of 25 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.
mileage as per ARAI Data
* Includes only fuel and maintenance cost
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In the month of September, I took a test drive of the RC390 at KTM Bund Garden, Pune and booked the bike. After months of reading about this bike,.....
Most critical review
this bike is not good 2017 ktm rc 390 and now am buy duke, 390 2017 is good for me so nice so friends you can buy duke 390 2017
KTM RC 390 Expert Review
For 2017, the bigger and more powerful RC 390 gets a handful of mechanical updates apart from a new paint job. The 373.2cc single has been revised to meet the upcoming BSIV emission norms and features a new exhaust unit which adds 6 kilos to the weight. Power output remains the same while torque is up by 1Nm. The bike also gets Ride-by-wire, bigger brakes, and a host of other minor upgrades to make it more reliable and livable.
The RC 390 gets fresh graphics and a revised paint scheme. It looks fresher and now gets more black and orange on the tank and fairing. The tailpiece features an RC 390 badge apart from stickering on the sides of the fairing. The side-mounted exhaust looks a lot better and frees up space in the fairing’s underbelly. The underbelly is slimmer and offers better clearance for better lean angles.
The mirrors are now wider and offer a better field of vision. The bike gets AHO (Auto-headlamp-on) and an auto-crank feature wherein you push the starter button once and the starter motor will continuously crank until the motor starts. The bike gets a ‘Can Bus’, which is one large hose holding all cables which essentially eliminates messy wiring for a cleaner look. It gets new brake and clutch levers that are adjustable for reach. The instrument console is digital and quite comprehensive but feels cramped and could do with a larger display.
Power output from the 373.2cc liquid-cooled and fuel-injected single remains similar despite changes for BSIV. While power remains the same 43.5PS @ 9000rpm, torque is up by 1Nm to 36Nm @ 7000rpm. While torque may be up, weight is also up by 6kgs thanks to the new exhaust system. This deficit is not immediately perceptible thanks to the excellent ride-by-wire throttle that offers a crisper, precise and more immediate throttle response. The engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox that gets a slipper clutch. The slipper clutch works well, eliminating rear wheel hop under aggressive downshifts. The bike still offers class-leading performance and acceleration while top speed is a speedo-indicated 166kmph.
Like all KTM’s the RC does not disappoint in the chassis department. It features a lightweight steel trellis frame with top-spec cycle parts. The front features a new 320mm front disc from Bybre, up 20mm from the previous unit. They are clamped by four-piston radial callipers. The rear 230mm disc is clamped with a single piston calliper. The bigger front disc allows more bite and feel. ABS is standard and non-intrusive and can be switched off if desired. The front suspension is a 43mm WP upside-down telescopic forks and WP rear monoshock that gets a plastic shield to protect it from the muck thrown up by the rear wheel. The biggest draw for the RC 390 has been the Metzeler Sportec M5 tyres that provide outstanding grip in all condition and inspire confidence for better lean angles and also to carry more speed into corners. The tyres are now expected to have a longer and should last a couple of thousand kilometres more than the older tyres’ average life of 10,000km.
The KTM RC 390 gets a host of safety features like 320mm discs with radial callipers, ABS, slipper clutch, sticky premium tubeless tyres, AHO and projector headlamps and rear LED tail lamps and clear-lens LED indicators.