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KTM 390 Duke Latest Updates

KTM has launched the BS6-compliant 390 Duke in India at Rs 2.53 lakh (ex-showroom), Rs 4,716 more than before. Bookings for the new 390 Duke are already underway. Apart from new paint options, the BS6 390 Duke now gets quickshifter as standard. Head here for more details.

It is powered by the same BS6-compliant 373cc motor as we have seen on the 390 Adventure, and has the same power output as well (43.5PS and 37Nm). Except for the motor, the rest of the mechanicals remain the same as before.

Braking is handled by the 320mm front disc brake and the 230mm rear disc brake. The suspension setup comprises WP upside down front forks and a WP monoshock at the rear. In terms of rivals, it goes up against the Honda CB300R, BMW G 310 R, Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the TVS Apache RR 310.

KTM 390 Duke Price

The price of KTM 390 Duke starts at Rs. 2.48 lakh and goes upto Rs. 2.53 lakh. KTM 390 Duke is offered in 2 variants - BS4 and the top variant Duke 390 BS6 which comes at a price tag of Rs. 2.53 lakh.

KTM 390 Duke Variants Price List

390 Duke BS4
373 cc | 25.7 kmpl
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390 Duke BS6
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Editor's View of KTM 390 Duke

  • Upside

    Bang for buck, Styling and exhaustive features list which includes a bi-directional quickshifter, a TFT screen and more, Performance and handling

  • Downside

    Ownership cost is on the higher side, Low fuel efficiency in its class

  • Our Verdict

    The KTM 390 Duke still remains the benchmark of the segment with fantastic performance and handling dynamics. The styling updates and the additional features have hiked its appeal further.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying 390 Duke

Q. My height is 5'4" will Duke 390 be comfortable for me or not?
  • Woow i see soo many people saying no , dude first of all go to show room n check for urself , secondly their are many shorter riders riding a tall bike depends on wether or not u will ride it in traffic or on highway , their is a way to stand still on a tall bike , u need to put ur left leg on the gear and right leg on the ground , thats how most of the shorter riders ride a adv as many of them are even 850mm above seat height , but if ur committed to ride i think nothing can stop u . Good luckAnd a word of advice for those geniuses who are advicing for change of suspension , i just hope u dont skid or bounce of ur bikePlease do not change suspension settings untill n unless ur on race track or adv track
  • The KTM Duke is a rather high seated bike and reaching the floor would be a full stretch. Besides it is a heavy bike and handling it requires a certain degree of physical strength. Try it personally and find out for yourself.
  • Please take a test ride of the DUKE 390 & only then make an informed decision.The seat height of the 2017 DUKE 390 is 825 mm. One just has to balance the motorcycle well. Hence, the test ride to figure that one out!
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Q. My Height Is Between 5.6 Or 5.7. Is This Bike Suitable For Me For Long Rides How's The Pillion Comfort and Mileage on Highway After how much KM we should change tyres - Duke 390?
  • Your height is perfectly fine for this bike. Pillion Comfort: Forget that you have a Pillion Seat on the 390, the newer version pillion seat is a bit better than the older version but mainly the pillion itself will not be comfortable for a long ride.Tyres: Duke 390 comes with Metzelers, which are considered as one of the best tyres you can opt for. But as the Metz are soft rubber material they wear out easily depending upon driving, and the roads as well. If you are using them on track then they will last around 8k to 10k kms (May be less). And where as for daily commute the Metz will last a bit long till around 12k and if you stretch then you can make it to 13k kms, the life of these tyres is less but trust me upto 12k kms (in some cases, not everyone can push it till 12k kms) you will be having ride of your life with those beast tyres. I personally love the Metz and I replaced them again with Metz even though i had an option of going for Pirelli. Once you are habituated for Metz, I bet you will not go for other tyres. Mileage: On Highways its around 35 Kmpl (more or less) and in city the mileage is around 27-31 or 32 kmpl. (32 kmpl is only when you do not rev it to the max)
  • You can manage in duke 390 with your height and pillion comfort is bad in 390, mileage on highway is 28 to 30 it depends on how you maintain you bike on city and if you install metzelers it will wear out within 7 to 10k kms. You can always prefer apollo alpha h1 tyres those are phenomenal and it wears out like on 12k to 14k kms
  • For your height the bike should be quite comfortable , for long rides you might need to take few breaks as the pillion is not that comfortable and the mileage that I get on highways is between 22-25kmpl , tyre change depends on your driving , at and avg I recommend to change them at 17-20k km
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Q. Is DUKE 390 longer than its other bikes? I mean from headlight to tail light. I like the motor bike, but i feel its too uncomfortable for 2 people to sit and ride. The seats are too close and small. Its just my view.
  • It Is same as like the other bikes.Both Seats are comfortable for Rider as well as for the pillion, only it's tail is longer as compared to other bike.My rear -left indicator broke twice as it is extreme out.
  • Yeah, Everybody has Different Point of View, well I loved her for her Quick Response on the Throttle & Control while cutting down on Speed & Majorly While Cornering., HATTS OFF.
  • It's just your imagination. But KTM provides even much better & comfortable setting for Duke 390 than its previous model of 2015.
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Q. I have been using an Activa for almost 8 years now & occasionally ridden bikes. I am planning to buy the Duke 390 as my first bike. Is it advisable to go for it or go for a lower CC bike. Let me know your thoughts on this.
  • Its not necessary to go for lower CC bike you can go for the higher CC engine. Take a test rides of bike you like and if you fell you can control the bike and ride it comfortably than go for it doesn't matter its 125cc or 390cc or 1000cc. it depends on you and day by day your riding will improve.
  • The power of KTM Duke 390 is too much for a beginner. Bikes like this need expertise on sports bikes as well as gear shifts. Therefore we would suggest you go for bikes like KTM Duke 125, Bajaj Pulsar 150, etc.
  • Begin from 125 cc..the left brake of activa is the clutch in a bike...so be careful..
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Q. If we open Duke 390 exhaust will it harm for the bike?
  • Definately it will harm your bike and affect your bike's engine and performance.
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KTM 390 Duke User Reviews

4.2 /5
385 Rating & 127 reviews
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Preferred For : Daily Commute & Tours

42% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 4.6

    I wanted a motorcycle with capabilities of both a commuter and tourer. Also I needed a bike that has good ergonomics, and is equipped with latest features and technologies and is in my budget.KTM Duke 390 2017 was everything above and more. In this price tag, you cannot ask for more. The incredible power that you can feel even shifting from 5th to 6th gear, to the smoothness of the ride, exceptional handling and ergonomics, light weight, Twin mode ABS, digital instrument cluster, ride-by-wire, saddle height, ground clearance, endurance to keep going for 100s of kms with same performance. Everything is top notch. You can have some bikes having better features in some areas, but to get so many in just 1 bike and this price, was exceptional.The only Con I can think of, is its capability to handle very low speeds (in 1st n 2nd gears), and hardness of seat(which u will get used to after a while).

  • 4.2

    it is great for this price range and you cannot expect naked bikes with such low weights in this price segment. it's mileage is average because it is kind of a street race bike. the console you get on this bike cannot be given by another company. but it's price range is bit high for middle class people. you cannot expect best seat comfort in a race bike but the riders seat is above average it has compact space and it wont be fit for fat people both in seat and looks. the pillion seat is not so comfortable. it has trellis frame and the console has Bluetooth connectivity. you can research in YouTube for more information like max speed test and mileage test etc.

  • 3.4

    most difficult to use in Delhi heat, ECU failure due extreme heating is very common, needs to be kept moving to avoid the same at least in second gear,high reving engine so keeps the rider engaged, very nimble due light weight however due same character needs extra rider weight on the front end.. very fast and nimble but tiring for the rider.The TFT is awesome, one major issue with the bike is screeching metallic noise from the front brakes upon hard braking, KTM does not have a answer for the sameMaint. Cost is very reasonable but frequent replacements are required..

  • 3.8

    It's still much Rough than any Honda superbikes. Heating is much beyond, not for summer rides.but engine cutoff eliminated. LED headlights are worst, can't see road if opposite truck coming.Low speed, performance is very poor but high speed 120+ performance is excellent.Stability voids beyond 140.Breaking is awesome but rear break is just bad. front break beyond 140 is become weak point.Front stock tyre looses control beyond 140.Rest best look bike in market.

  • 3.8

    Its A BeasT,Has everything can overtake anyone within 1,2,3gear in highway aswell as 4th gear,only negativity is im getting only 16-18kmpl&seats could be better ..,but cant complain cuz getting bunch of power and performance with this single cylinder 390cc monster..Definitely recommened this bike.Should have some experience to drive as it has too quick throttle responce,dumbass will become dumbestass if have no experience and tries to showoff.

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  • 5.0

    I love this bike for what kind and performance it provides for a price and with blend of comfort which is enough for me I enjoy that quick responsive engine which makes me feel alive and I just enjoy everytime I ride because it does what I think in no time

  • 4.6

    Pretty impressed with the power of singe cylinder engine.

  • 4.6

    Strong bike, from chassis to engine... No comparison can be found in this price range

  • 3.8

    Best ever bike in single cilinder

  • 5.0

    over all its a pocket rocket.......

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KTM 390 Duke Colours

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390 Duke Specifications

The 373cc liquid-cooled single is now BS6-compliant. Power output remains the same at 43.5PS @ 9000rpm. The front disc is a 320mm unit, with radially-mounted Bybre callipers. The rear continues to showcase a 230mm disc brake. The brakes come paired with a 3-stage Bosch ABS unit with three options - ABS On, ABS Off and Supermoto, which turns the ABS off for the rear wheel. The brakes have a strong bite, but lack feedback to the rider. Suspension duties are handled by 43mm telescopic front forks and a monoshock at the rear. The new 390 also gets a bigger 13.4-litre fuel tank compared to the previous-gen's 10-litre fuel tank. This means you can now go much further in a single top up. Moreover, it now comes with a quickshifter as standard.

390 Duke Design and Features

The 390 Duke looks sharper than ever before as the new bike is inspired by the mean-looking Super Duke R. The split LED headlight, chunky TFT colour display, larger LED tail unit and two-tone split trellis frame adds to the Duke’s flashy looks. The plastics and build quality also feels premium and should last for ages.

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KTM has kept the 'Ready To Race' ethos of the 390 Duke intact, even after updating it to the BS6 emission norms. There are no power losses, it gets a sexier grey livery and more importantly, for just Rs 5000 more than its BS4 predecessor, it gets a bi-directional quickshifter! KTM has once again hit it out of the park.

KTM 390 Duke Mileage

ARAI Claimed 28.5 kmpl
User Reported 25 kmpl