EXCLUSIVE: KTM 390 Adventure With Spoke Wheels Reaches Dealerships
The adventure bike is priced at Rs 3,60,880 (ex-showroom Delhi)
After launching the KTM 390 Adventure with spoke wheels earlier in May, the adventure bike has started reaching dealerships. The ADV is priced at Rs 3,60,880, making it Rs 22,134 dearer than the standard model with the alloy wheels.
For the extra premium, you get spoke wheels with the same 19-inch front and 17-inch rear sizes as the alloy wheel version. The image shows that the bike rolls on Metzeler Tourance rubbers, same as the standard bike. Additionally, you also get a more versatile adjustable inverted fork with 30-step compression as well as rebound adjustability, along with an adjustable monoshock with 10-step preload adjustment at the top of the shock and 20-step rebound at the bottom.
The biggest gripe of the KTM 390 Adventure was the taut suspension and the lack of spoke wheels, but with the new variant, KTM has offered offroad enthusiasts a solution. The rest of the mechanicals and features have remained unchanged. You can check out all the differences between the standard model and the spoke wheeled one here. If you’re an existing customer of the standard version and are feeling left out, you should read this.
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The KTM 390 Adventure with spoke wheels will rival the upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 and the Hero XPulse 400. If you’re looking for something more affordable with good on-off-road prowess, and are not willing to wait, the Royal Enfield Himalayan is your best bet.