Thursday, April 4, 2013

KTM 390 Duke will have 373cc Engine

KTM, the Austrian bike manufacturer has got immense fame even through its first bike, Duke 200 in the Indian bike bazaar. Thus, this success led the strong foundation of a wonderful journey of KTM in India. KTM Bikes are in the process of proving that they are robust and technically sound and this fact has been confirmed by the very first launch of KTM Duke. Now, our close sources reported that KTM is going to unveil the latest and sensational KTM Duke 390 on 10th April. The news is awesome for the sports bike fans of the nation. So, lets dig into the detailing of this crucial bike.

KTM 390 Duke

KTM Duke 390 houses a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 373.2 cc engine. The 4 valve, single-cylinder and DOHC engine scoops out the maximum power production of 44 bhp at 9500 rpm while the peak torque out put of this engine is 35 Nm @ 7250 rpm. All the healthy power and torque go via a belt to a six speed manual transmission with one gear down and five gears up shift pattern and the gear-shifting has been kept very easy and cursive.

KTM 390 Duke

On the grounds of mileage, the latest KTM Duke 390 delivers a decent mileage of 22-25 on the roads full of crowd whereas on the long runs, the fuel-consumption will go up and reach to a better mark. KTM Duke 390 Price is one of the key features. It falls between a very competent and reasonable price bracket of Rs. 1,90,000 (Ex-showroom, New Delhi). The price of this 390 cc bike has been laid keeping the price conscious buyers of the country in mind.

KTM 390 Duke

KTM Duke 390 Features a blazing speed which is going to turn the speed-lovers crazy. It claims the top speed of 150 km/h and clears the speed of 0-100 in just 7 seconds with lightning fast throttle response. Such choleric speed can only be controlled by a powerful braking system as the front and the brake at the back are enabled with 300 and 230 mm disc to adduce you a ride you had only in your dreams. The suspension system of the new KTM Duke 390 has been built very efficient as the front is powered with WP suspensions upside side down while at the back mono-shock. KTM Duke 390 Pictures a design which must count for something. The front and the back parts are equally crafted well and given the naked bike a ravishing look. 

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