KTM Nepal has finally launched the much-awaited KTM 390 Adventure in Nepal at the introductory price of Rs 9.99 lakhs. The new Adventure bike shares designs and styling from its older 790 Adventure bike. Its versatile ergonomics, smooth power delivery, and innovative technology all come together in a comfortable, lightweight package built for those wanting to fit more adventure into their daily lives.
KTM 390 Adventure is powered by a BS-6 compliant 373cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. The BS-6 compliant engine produces max power of 44 Bhp @ 9000 rpm and 37 NM of torque @ 7000rpm. It has a bi-directional quick-shifter, ride-by-wire EFI, cornering ABS as a standard feature, and a 6-speed gearbox. This new ADV bike has a stronger and longer suspension, dual-purpose tires, and a larger fuel tank. The motorcycle gets an upright seating position making it more comfortable for longer distances. The KTM 390 Adventure gets a die-cast open-lattice swingarm carried forward from the 790 and big V-twin KTM ADV motorcycles.
The KTM 390 ADVENTURE features a distinctive KTM-style bodywork, providing excellent ergonomics and an aggressive look inspired by the rally bikes. The bodywork is produced in color to help keep its looks fresh, even after scratching. The tank spoilers and rear side panels are slightly wider than the seat for good control and also to reduce wear and tear on the seat. It gets an attractive LED Headlight with a wind-shield which enhances its appearances. The windshield in Adventure 390 can be mounted in a lower and higher position as desired. Along with that, you get 5 inch TFT display with smart connectivity.
An exciting feature like KTM MY RIDE system is offered, where the rider can connect their smartphone, allowing to make phone calls, listen to music, and use the optional turn-to-turn navigating the app, all while keeping the adventure going. Besides that MTC (Motorcycle Traction Control), Rider AIDS are also offered.
KTM 390 Adventure is available in 2 colours: White and Orange.
This new KTM 390 Adventure will be giving a keen competition to the BMW G-310 GS in Nepal. For more updates stay tuned.