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KTM 390 Duke



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KTM 390 Duke Price

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390 Duke Standard
₹ 3,10,666
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Disc Brakes, Alloy Wheels
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390 Duke Key Highlights

Engine Capacity398.63 cc
Mileage
30 kmpl
Transmission6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight168.3 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity15 litres
Seat Height800 mm

3 Things to Know About 390 Duke

KTM 390 Duke [2024] TFT / Instrument Cluster

The full-colour TFT screen shows plenty of ride data, making life easy for the rider

KTM 390 Duke Engine From Left

The 398cc engine offers plenty of power and that makes the 390 Duke one really good motorcycle on a race track

KTM 390 Duke Engine From Right

The agile chassis allows the rider to be nimble on city roads as well as on a race track

KTM 390 Duke Summary

Price: KTM 390 Duke price for its variant - 390 Duke Standard starts at Rs. 3,10,666. The mentioned 390 Duke price is the average ex-showroom.

KTM 390 Duke is a street bike available in only 1 variant and 2 colours. The KTM 390 Duke is powered by 398.63cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 45.3 bhp and a torque of 39 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, KTM 390 Duke comes up with anti-locking braking system. This 390 Duke bike weighs 168.3 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 15 liters.

The KTM 390 Duke is currently the most potent and advanced Duke ever. This motorcycle replaces the older model in India and also around the world. It sits at the top of the Duke line-up in India.


The new 390 Duke boasts the most comprehensive features, radical styling, and potent performance. The Austrian brand has reworked the overall aesthetics of the motorcycle. It gets an LED headlight that looks wider than before, and the boomerang-shaped DRLs seem much more aggressive. The fuel tank shrouds are more prominent and protrude even further. The tank design has also been altered, making the 2024 model look even more muscular than the current generation. Moreover, it gets a new split-seat setup while the rear sub-frame remains exposed. Overall, the 2024 KTM 390 Duke looks a lot more imposing than ever before.


With respect to the performance, the new 390 Duke gets a larger 399cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. This motor makes 44.25bhp and 39Nm and gets a six-speed gearbox. The bike is also equipped with a slipper clutch and a quickshifter. KTM has even added more rider aids to the 390 Duke, such as launch control and ride modes (Street, Rain, and Track),


A new five-inch TFT instrument cluster lets you adjust the parameters of the above-mentioned safety systems. Other features such as smartphone connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, and call and music control are also available.


The bike features a new steel trellis frame. The suspension duties are taken care of by a 33mm USD front fork with rebound and compression adjustability, while the monoshock gets preload and rebound adjustment. The braking hardware includes a new 320mm front disc with a 240mm rear disc and dual-channel, cornering, and Supermoto ABS. The brakes are mounted on 17-inch alloys wrapped in Metzeler tyres.



The new KTM 390 Duke is available in two colour options – Atlantic Blue and Electronic Orange Metallic. It goes up against the BMW G 310 R and the TVS Apache RTR 310.



KTM 390 Duke Review

  • Good Things

    • 399cc engine offers plenty of performance
    • Loaded with top-class features
    • Quickshifter works really well
  • Could be Better

    • Spares are a bit expensive
    • Priced a bit high
    • Pillion comfort is missing

BikeWale's Take

The new KTM Duke 390 is about top-class performance, features and styling. It gets a new 399cc engine that offers better performance than its predecessor. Plus, it now gets features like launch control, usually seen on big bikes. The overall styling has also changed, and the bike looks far more aggressive now. The new Duke 390 is definitely a highly aspirational motorcycle in the segment, but the spares are likely to be on the higher side, and the pillion won't be too comfortable during long rides. 

KTM 390 Duke Expert Opinion

The 2024 KTM 390 Duke, in its completely new avatar, aims to take the performance game a few notches higher than older model. So, what does the new 390 Duke bring to the table? And should you be interested?

Introduction

KTM 390 Duke Right Front Three Quarter

Why buy it?

- Excellent performance

- Good ride and handling balance

- First-in-class tech

Why avoid it?

- Build quality could be better

- Engine could be more refined

Every once in a while, there comes a motorcycle that is very special and sets new benchmarks in the segment. The KTM 390 Duke is one such motorcycle. Back when the first-gen Duke 390 was launched in India in 2013, it brought performance motorcycling to the masses. The Duke was unabashedly raw, menacingly fast, and extremely pocket-friendly. The 2017 model came packed with segment-best features and more maturity. Now, the 2024 KTM 390 Duke, in its completely new avatar, aims to take the performance game a few notches higher. So, what does the new 390 Duke bring to the table? And should you be interested?

Styling and Quality

KTM 390 Duke Left Front Three Quarter

KTM bikes are known to have quirky, yet sporty designs. That said, the 2024 KTM 390 Duke’s styling, inspired by the bigger 1290 Super Duke R, is quite sporty and likeable in my books. The low-slung headlamp, extended tank shrouds, muscular fuel tank, and the sleek tail section offer a radical look to the motorcycle. The bike is available in two colours - Electronic Orange Metallic, and Atlantic Blue.

KTM 390 Duke Right Side View

The new Duke is underpinned by an all-new steel trellis frame and a composite cast-aluminium subframe. Then, it also features lighter wheels and discs, which help in better handling, courtesy of the lower rolling resistance. You also get a 15-litre fuel tank, which is two litres more than that of the old model. The new chassis and lighter hardware have resulted in a kerb weight of 168.3kg.

KTM 390 Duke Fuel Tank

That said, the 2024 390 Duke suffers from inconsistent quality levels. Although the switch cubes are of good quality and offer a nice and tactile feel, a closer look reveals that the panels around the fuel tank have inconsistent gaps, and some of them aren’t properly aligned. Moreover, the seat material looks aftermarket, and the stitching quality leaves a lot to be desired.

Ergonomics and Comfort

KTM 390 Duke Left Side View

The new chassis has helped KTM engineers lower the seat height to 800mm, which is quite accessible for most folks who are 5’6” or taller. Although the wider handlebar and rear-set footpegs help offer a command riding position, the ergonomics feel cramped due to the lack of space to move around.

KTM 390 Duke Split Seat

The seat, too, lacks sufficient cushioning, which is an issue on longer journeys. Moreover, the seat fabric isn’t the best in business and takes some time to dry every time you wash the bike. So, if you are in a hurry, you run the risk of getting your pants wet.

Performance and Handling

Although the new 390 Duke has been completely revamped, the biggest change comes in the form of a completely reworked engine that has grown bigger in capacity. This new single-cylinder, liquid-cooled unit displaces 399cc and pumps out 46bhp at 8,000rpm and 39Nm at 6,500rpm. The motor is paired with a six-speed gearbox.

KTM 390 Duke Engine From Right

The power and torque are not only higher than the figures of the older 373cc motor but also deliver earlier in the rev range. And that is quite evident in the way the engine chugs along in stop-go city traffic. It is very tractable compared to the older model and warrants lesser downshifts at slower speeds.

KTM 390 Duke Right Front Three Quarter

Out on the highway is where the engine comes into its own. The motor delivers its power predictably and in a mature manner. It’s as if the new KTM 390 Duke has a dual personality. Keep it under 6,000rpm and the engine delivers power linearly. It is also quite frugal when ridden calmly. But, rev it past 6,000rpm and the motorcycle offers ferocious acceleration all the way to its 9,000rpm redline. It can easily do triple-digit speeds all day long and keeping up with bigger bikes isn’t much of an issue either.

KTM 390 Duke Left Front Three Quarter

What also works well is the bi-directional quickshifter, which is leagues better than the one offered on the 390 Adventure or the RC 390. It is instantly addictive, and you seldom have to use the clutch for upshifts or downshifts.

KTM 390 Duke Gear Lever Adjustment

The only downside of this engine is the vibrations that are present throughout the rev range. You can feel them on the tank and the seat, but they are more noticeable on the pegs and the handlebar. That said, although the vibrations may bother you at lower speeds, they don’t feel too intrusive when riding at highway speed.

KTM 390 Duke Right Front Three Quarter

Courtesy of its reworked chassis and well-tuned suspension, the new 390 Duke offers sharp handling. It is easy to filter the motorcycle through traffic and feels incredibly responsive to swerve it from side to side. Even when you take it on twisty roads or switchbacks, it glides through the corners with razor-sharp precision. It is like point-and-shoot; it responds to steering inputs with flawless accuracy and is swift to make quick direction changes.

KTM 390 Duke Left Rear Three Quarter

In its stock setting, the suspension setup feels well-damped and pliant in most situations. Sure, it has an underlying firmness to it, but that in turn helps in the handling department. The setup deals with potholes, bumps, patched surfaces, or even speed breakers without much bother. What’s truly game-changing is that the fully adjustable suspension can be tweaked for a comfier or sportier ride, depending on the rider’s preference.

KTM 390 Duke Front Disc Brake

As for the brakes, they offer excellent stopping power. Not just the front, but the rear as well. The 320mm front brake offers good bite and progression, and there’s a decent lever feel too. At times, you may misjudge a corner and brake late, but even then the motorcycle stops predictably without throwing any surprises.

Features and Tech

KTM 390 Duke Left Side View

The KTM 390 Duke is a tech fest when it comes to features and equipment. You get a fully adjustable suspension at both ends. While the front gets five-step adjustability for rebound and compression damping, the rear monoshock comes with a five-step rebound and a 10-step preload adjustment. Further, the new Duke also comes equipped with a switchable traction control system, and dual-channel ABS along with a Supermoto mode.

KTM 390 Duke Head Light

You also get full LED lighting and a new five-inch colour TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity, complete with call and message alerts and a turn-by-turn navigation system. Then, the 2024 KTM 390 Duke also comes with three ride modes - Track, Street, and Rain. Needless to say, the throttle response and ABS intervention changes with the mode selected.

KTM 390 Duke TFT / Instrument Cluster

The new 390 Duke also benefits from a launch control system, which can only be accessed in Track mode. When engaged, the system allows you to lock the throttle at 7,000rpm, enabling you to get the perfect race start by dumping the clutch and preventing any unwanted wheelies.

Fuel Efficiency

KTM 390 Duke Left Side View

Although the KTM 390 Duke is a performance-focused offering, we put it through BikeWale’s fuel efficiency test. But, in addition to the usual city FE test, the bike was also subjected to a highway fuel economy test.

KTM 390 Duke Right Rear Three Quarter

In the city, the 390 Duke returned a mileage of 25.80kmpl, which is quite a respectable figure for a motorcycle pumping out close to 46bhp. That said, it truly impressed us with its highway FE of 28.40 kmpl despite being subjected to triple-digit speeds for the most part. With a fuel tank capacity of 15 litres, the KTM 390 Duke offers a phenomenal range of close to 400km on a full tank.

Should you buy it?

KTM 390 Duke Left Rear Three Quarter

To sum it up, the 2024 KTM 390 is one heck of a motorcycle. If the 2013 model was fast, the new Duke is brutal. If the 2017 version was feature-loaded, the 2024 iteration is a tech fest. But above all, the new 390 Duke is an extremely versatile bike. It is fast, involving, extremely fun, and practical as well. Plus, you get the added convenience of adjustable suspension, which should suit all types of riders.

KTM 390 Duke Right Front Three Quarter

Yes, it has some flaws. For instance, it could do with better engine refinement, comfier ergonomics, and a spacious rider seat. However, every time you ride the motorcycle, you’ll be grinning from ear to ear under the helmet. Moreover, at Rs. 3.10 lakh (ex-showroom), the 390 Duke offers a good value, considering the kind of electronic rider aids and performance it packs. So, if you are in the market for a 400cc naked streetfighter and can overlook some of its flaws, you should definitely consider buying the KTM 390 Duke.

Photography by Kapil Angane

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KTM 390 Duke mileage

KTM 390 Duke mileage

The average of the 390 Duke is 30 kmpl, as per the owners of the bike. The expert reported mileage for 390 Duke is 28.40 kmpl.

390 Duke mileage details

390 Duke Specifications & Features

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  • Features

      Specifications

      • Power & Performance

        • Displacement
          398.63 cc
        • Max Power
          45.3 bhp @ 8500 rpm
        • Max Torque
          39 Nm @ 6500 rpm
        • Mileage - Owner Reported
          30 kmpl

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      • Brakes, Wheels & Suspension

        • Front Suspension
          5-click Compression & Rebound adjustable, Open Cartridge, WP APEX USD forks, 43mm diameter
        • Rear Suspension
          Adjustable WP APEX Monoshock, 5-step Rebound damping, 10-step preload adjustable
        • Braking System
          Dual Channel ABS
        • Front Brake Type
          Disc

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      • Dimensions & Chassis

        • Kerb Weight
          168.3 kg
        • Seat Height
          800 mm
        • Ground Clearance
          183 mm
        • Overall Length
          -

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      • Manufacturer Warranty

        • Standard Warranty
          2 year
        • Standard Warranty
          30000 km
      • Service & Maintenance Schedule

        • 1st Service
          1000 Kms/45 Days
        • 2nd Service
          8500 Kms/150 Days
        • 3rd Service
          16000 Kms/240 Days

      Features

        • Touch Screen Display
          No
        • Instrument Console
          Digital
        • Odometer
          Digital
        • Speedometer
          Digital

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      KTM 390 Duke User Reviews

      4.7/5

      (184 Ratings) 27 Reviews

      4

      Visual Appeal


      4

      Reliability


      4

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience


      4

      Value for Money

      390power

      1 week ago


      Dinesh Dinesh

      Sure, the 200 Duke is the bike with which KTM made its impressive first impression in India. But it’s the 390 Duke that really established the orange brand as a maker of properly serious and quick high-performance motorcycles. It brought in a level of focus and explosiveness that had never been seen at this price point, so it’s not hard to see why it’s had such a lasting impact. The 2024 390 Duke that you see in these pictures is the most comprehensive update that the bike has received in its 10-year stint, and having ridden it on road and track, it’s hard to point out too many areas where KTM could have done better.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      4

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      3

      Comfort


      2

      Service Experience


      4

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Daily Commute

      Owned for

      3-6 months

      Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

      Got mileage of

      30 kmpl

      Was this review helpful?

      3


      1


      Duke 390

      4 weeks ago


      Balaji

      this bike is good and it comes with a quick shifter and more options this bike has more power so I will not recommend this bike for beginners and the bike is excellent it has. Many things come with 398.38cc of the engine and it also comes with many sensors It has Bluetooth connectivity.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      4

      Comfort


      5

      Service Experience


      5

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Everything

      Owned for

      < 3 months

      Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

      Got mileage of

      30 kmpl

      Was this review helpful?

      10


      7


      Ktm Duke 390(2023) Pros and cons:

      4 weeks ago


      Dinesh

      Pros:
      >Due to Ride by-wire technology the power delivery to the wheels is instant!
      >A delight to handle on track as well as on the streets. Very nimble and flickable around the corners.
      > Fit and finish levels feel good in this bike.
      > Entire range of features like Connectivity features (calls, music, turn-by-turn navigation), Bluetooth pairing to Phone and even a wired/wireless Headset.
      >A bike best suited for weekend rides.
      Cons:
      >When you are riding in traffic, heat coming from the engine is a concern(It gets too hot)
      > The Quickshifter isn't perfect during gear shifts
      > OEM tyres give life upto 8000Kms and you have to change it.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      4

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      5

      Service Experience


      4

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Daily Commute

      Owned for

      6 months-1 yr

      Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

      Tips for other riders

      OEM Rear tyres should be changed after 8000Kms.

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      1

      Journey from August 2018 to 89000km

      8 weeks ago


      Bikonomy Xpress

      1. I purchased in August 2018 and it was difficult to find Orange but White was readily available.
      2. I buy it for highway riding only to free from the shackles of rail and airlines.
      3. Gen 2/Bharat IV was the first Indian launch which was launched world wide with same features and looks. Unlike before, KTM decided not to create disparity between Indian users and users across world especially Europe.
      4. It needs genuine parts which are only available at service centre. Regular service irrespective of KMs run make the bike readily available for highway use. It needs maintenance of chain lube/clean and oil spray on electrical during winter.
      Pros:
      - Excellent power to weight ration.
      - All the Bajaj Dominar parts are inter changeable i.e. from nut to piston head
      - Same as international model launched.
      - Highest number of service centres compared to Kawasaki, Triumph, BMW, Ducati, Honda Premium segment, Suzuki Premium Segment, Indian, Harley.
      - Tyre options available from Ceat to Michelin.
      - Can go non stop 6000km or 800KM/Day.
      - It can go without starting radiator for 800km if highway air keep on falling on engine.
      - An option for users who need more than utility bike but cannot afford 600cc cateogry.
      Cons
      - Not at all for city use which is widely misinformed among users.
      - City air is insufficient and thus, start radiator at once decreasing mileage and gulping petrol.
      - Only available to those retailers which sell Dominar parts ie. 400cc category.
      - Not for beginners.
      - Service cost is more than utility bikes but less than 600cc category.
      - Chain needs cleaning and lubing at every 400-600km, depending upon the road cleanliness.
      - Out of bound for local mechanic.
      - One part failure can make you strand anywhere.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      3

      Comfort


      5

      Service Experience


      5

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Everything

      Owned for

      > 1 yr

      Ridden for

      > 15000 kms

      Got mileage of

      35 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      - Out of 89000KM, My city ride is 20% and highway is 89%. Less drive on city and more on highway shall prolong the engine life. - Air filter at 3000 and oil filter at 5000km make my engine overhaul at 87550, highest in the history of service centre. - I use genuine parts only. - My Duke 390 2018 is highest running bike in 3 service centres of Delhi(as told by service centre) - I keep the bike covered when not in use. - I keep the front shocker cups clean DAILY. My first shocker leak occurred after 55000KM and that too, only in one. - I have adjusted the mono shock as per my weight. I adjust it more if luggage is added. - I check tyre pressure every 2-3 days. - I clean my chain at every 400km in city and 600km at highway. - I use Motul only. - I change coolant twice. 1st change runs from April to September and 2nd change runs from October to March. - I never handed over my bike to any other person. - I have not used any custom part, electrical accessory or anything. - I am using small fog lights with couplers and brackerts. When in city, I remove them and install the OEM bolts. - Whenever I ride for more than 3000km non stop, I change the oil /oil filter after returning home. - I check the fuse box and conditions of fuses every year especially before rain.

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      2

      My Experience With DUKE 390🏍

      9 weeks ago


      Dhanraj Balasaheb Lugade

      The buying experience is pretty much good👍
      And easy.
      The raiding experience is much more good and amazing for boys who like long drives to travel solo.
      The looks are killer and amazing😍🤩
      Service is good and costly also but for this bike all worth it.
      You should really try this DUKE 390 the speed and looks of bike are killer.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      4

      Comfort


      5

      Service Experience


      5

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Daily Commute

      Owned for

      6 months-1 yr

      Ridden for

      10000-15000 kms

      Got mileage of

      28 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      The use of Tubeless tyers are must for a better experience. And time to time servicing is must to maintain the performance.

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      9


      3

      Duke 390 bike review

      10 weeks ago


      Guttula Uday Sai Siva

      Buying experience of the KTM Duke 390 is often described as exciting due to its reputation for performance and sporty design. Riders often appreciate the advanced features and technology offered by KTM, making the purchasing process enjoyable for enthusiasts looking for a thrilling ride.
      In terms of riding experience, the Duke 390 is known for its agility, responsive handling, and powerful engine. It offers a thrilling ride both in urban environments and on the open highway, with quick acceleration and nimble maneuverability. Riders appreciate its sporty stance and comfortable ergonomics, making it suitable for both short commutes and longer rides.
      Compared to other bikes in its class, the Duke 390 stands out for its sharp styling, advanced electronics, and dynamic performance, providing riders with an exhilarating experience on the road. Overall, the combination of a thrilling buying experience and exciting riding dynamics makes the KTM Duke 390 a popular choice among motorcycle enthusiasts.servicing and maintenance of the KTM Duke 390, it's essential to follow the manufacturer's recommended schedule outlined in the owner's manual. Here are some key aspects:
      Regular Oil Changes: Follow the recommended oil change intervals to ensure optimal engine performance and longevity.
      Air Filter Replacement: Replace the air filter as per the maintenance schedule to maintain engine efficiency and prevent dust and debris from entering the engine.
      Chain Maintenance: Keep the drive chain clean, properly tensioned, and lubricated to ensure smooth operation and prevent premature wear.
      Brake Inspection: Regularly inspect brake pads, rotors, and brake fluid levels to ensure safe braking performance. Replace brake pads as needed.
      Tire Maintenance: Check tire pressure and tread depth regularly. Replace tires when tread depth is worn to ensure optimal traction and safety.
      Coolant Check: Monitor coolant levels and condition. Replace coolant as recommended by the manufacturer to prevent overheating and corrosion.
      Spark Plug Replacement: Replace spark plugs at the recommended intervals to maintain ignition efficiency and engine performance.
      Suspension and Steering Inspection: Periodically inspect suspension components and steering bearings for wear and proper function.
      Electrical System Check: Inspect electrical components such as lights, indicators, and battery connections for proper operation and corrosion.
      Overall Inspection: Perform regular overall inspections of the motorcycle for any signs of wear, damage, or fluid leaks.
      By following these maintenance practices and addressing any issues promptly, you can ensure the reliability, performance, and longevity of your KTM Duke 390. It's also a good idea to consult with authorized service centers or experienced technicians for any specific servicing needs. For servicing and maintenance of the KTM Duke 390, it's essential to follow the manufacturer's recommended schedule outlined in the owner's manual. Here are some key aspects:
      Powerful Engine: The Duke 390 is equipped with a potent engine that delivers impressive performance, making it suitable for both city commuting and highway riding.
      Agile Handling: It has sharp and responsive handling, allowing for precise cornering and maneuverability in urban traffic and twisty roads.
      Advanced Features: The Duke 390 comes with advanced features such as ride-by-wire throttle, slipper clutch, and optional ABS, enhancing the overall riding experience and safety.
      Sporty Design: With its aggressive styling, the Duke 390 stands out on the road, appealing to riders who appreciate a sporty aesthetic.
      Lightweight: It is relatively lightweight compared to other bikes in its class, making it easy to handle and maneuver, especially for newer riders.
      Comfortable Ergonomics: The upright seating position and well-designed ergonomics make the Duke 390 comfortable for both short commutes and longer rides.
      Cons:
      Vibrations: Some riders report noticeable vibrations at higher speeds, which can be fatiguing during long rides.
      Harsh Ride: The firm suspension setup, while offering excellent handling, can result in a slightly harsh ride over rough roads.
      Limited Fuel Capacity: The fuel tank capacity is relatively small, which may require more frequent refueling, especially during long rides.
      High Seat Height: The seat height may be challenging for shorter riders, making it difficult to flat-foot at stops.
      Limited Pillion Comfort: The rear seat is relatively small and may not provide the same level of comfort for passengers during longer rides.
      Overall, the KTM Duke 390 offers an exhilarating riding experience with its powerful engine, agile handling, and advanced features, but it may not be without its drawbacks, particularly in terms of vibration and ride comfort.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      3

      Visual Appeal


      4

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      5

      Service Experience


      5

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Daily Commute

      Owned for

      > 1 yr

      Ridden for

      > 15000 kms

      Got mileage of

      30 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      Regularly check tire pressure and tread depth to ensure optimal traction and safety. Keep up with routine oil changes and fluid checks to maintain engine health. Replace worn-out windshield wipers to ensure visibility during adverse weather conditions. Check and replace air filters as needed to maintain good air quality in the cabin and engine performance. Schedule regular inspections for brakes, suspension, and steering components to ensure proper functionality. Keep an eye on dashboard warning lights and address any issues promptly to prevent further damage. Wash and wax your vehicle regularly to protect the paint and preserve its appearance. Follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule outlined in the owner's manual for optimal performance and longevity of your vehicle.

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      KTM 390 Duke Expert Reviews

      KTM 390 Duke FAQs

      Q: What is the on-road price of KTM 390 Duke in 2024?
      The 2024 on-road price of KTM 390 Duke in Delhi is Rs. 3,62,268. This KTM 390 Duke price includes the ex-showroom price, RTO and insurance charges.

      Q: What is the actual mileage of KTM 390 Duke?
      According to the user reported data, KTM 390 Duke gives an average mileage of 30 kmpl.

      Q: Which is better KTM 390 Duke or Husqvarna Svartpilen 401?
      KTM 390 Duke is priced at Rs. 3,10,666, has a 398.63 cc 6 Speed Manual engine, and weighs 168.3 kg, whereas, the price of Husqvarna Svartpilen 401 is Rs. 2,92,106 with a 399 cc 6 Speed Manualengine, and weighing 171.2 kg.

      Q: What are the colour options of KTM 390 Duke?
      KTM 390 Duke is available in 2 colours which are Electronic Orange Metallic and Atlantic Blue.

      Q: What are the key specifications of KTM 390 Duke?
      KTM 390 Duke is a Street bike that weighs 168.3 kg, has a 398.63 cc BS6 Phase 2 engine and a fuel capacity of 15 litres.

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