Saturday, May 18, 2013

KTM Duke 390 Vs Honda CBR400R

KTM Bikes are new to the Indian market, however, they have done well with the very first launch of KTM Duke 200. On the other hand, Honda Bikes are tried and trusted motor-cycles and they are from one of the leading bike manufacturers who is known for their reliability and performance friendly motor-cycles. KTM Duke 390 Price has been laid keeping the price conscious buyers of the nation in mind. The price of this bike has been laid much competent. However, Honda CBR400R Price is Rs. 2,75,000 to 3,00,000 which is much higher than Duke 390.
Honda CBR400R
KTM Duke 390 boasts a four-stroke, single cylinder 373.2 cc engine. The DOHC and Four valve engine cranks off the utmost power out put of 44 Bhp arrives at 9500 rpm whereas the peak torque production it delivers is 35 Nm @ 7250 rpm. This liquid-cooled engine is mated to a 6 speed manual gearbox with one gear down and five gears up shift-pattern.
KTM Duke 390
Honda CBR400R houses a powerful liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine with 399 cc displacement. The single cylinder and parallel twin engine scoops out the maximum power production of 46 PS @ 9500 rpm. This DOHC engine is going to share its 6 speed manual transmission with its elder sibling. It comes with one gear down and rest gears up shift pattern.

KTM Duke 390 Features a much effective suspension as its front is powered by WP suspension up side down whereas it has WP suspension mono shock for a comfortable ride. In terms of speed, this two-wheeler claims to get 170 kmph and its lightning fast throttle response which helps this bike to reach 0-100 in just 7 seconds. The braking system of the bike has been built stronger. It features 300 mm disc and 230mm disc brakes at the front and at the rear respectively for a safe journey.
Honda CBR400R Features the front equipped with 41mm telescopic forks and gas charged mono shock absorbers at the back for a luxurious ride. The top speed of this two-wheeler is 180 kmph and it gets up to 0-100 in a very quick time. It has at the front 320mm and 240mm disc brakes at the bottom to make every ride of yours a safe ride. On the grounds of design, both the bikes look pretty well and leaves a great impact on the beholder. They look ravishing in their own way and features great ergonomics to be flaunt on.

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