Book your KTM 390 Adventure before its launch by paying Rs 10,000 in advance.
Get the delivery of your KTM 390 Adventure in January 2020 by booking early.
KTM 390 Adventure official launch has not yet been announced.
Though KTM has not yet announced the launch of the KTM 390 Adventure, dealerships have commenced unofficial bookings of the bike with amounts ranging from Rs 10,000 to Rs 20,000 depending on your location.
The booking amount appears reasonable when you see that the KTM 390 Adventure price in India is between Rs 3.2 and 3.5 lakhs. Secondly, the booking amount is refundable. Customers who book their vehicles now can expect to get the delivery from January 2020.
The KTM 390 Adventure, unveiled at EICMA 2019, comes with excellent features like sporty graphics, adjustable windshield, all-LED profile, and so on. The bike is also available with a traction control system in the ‘Supermoto’ mode.
KTM 390 Adventure engine is the same that is available on the 390 Duke and RC. However, it comes with different tuning to suit the off-road mode. The KTM 390 Adventure engine produces a power of 43bhp and torque of 37Nm, as it mates with a 6-speed transmission system. Other features of the KTM 390 Adventure engine include slipper clutch, counter-balancer, and ride-by-wire EFI.
The KTM 390 Adventure design comes equipped with a Steel Trellis frame that can carry adequate weight at the rear end. Grab rails are available to support your adventure equipment. The front-wheel gets 43mm WP-sourced USD forks with 170mm travel, whereas the rear wheel comes with a monoshock absorber unit with 177mm travel.
The Continental TKC tyres measuring 19-inches for the front wheel and 17-inches for the rear cater to both off-road and on-road riding. Disc brakes are available at both ends with Bybre calipers, and switchable ABS sourced from Bosch.
The manufacturing of the KTM 390 Adventure will take place at Bajaj’s Pune plant. There are plans to export the bike globally, as well. The KTM 390 Adventure India launch will be during the India Bike Week in December.
The expected price could be around Rs 30,000 to 50,000 more than that of the 390 Duke. The primary competitors to KTM 390 Adventure are Royal Enfield Himalayan, BMW G 310 GS, and the Kawasaki Versys X-300.