Rs. 2.48 lakh
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KTM 390 Duke Latest Updates

KTM was recently spotted testing the third generation 390 Duke in Germany. The naked motorcycle appears to host a bunch of updates in the underpinnings and engine department. If we had to guess, we expect KTM to debut it at this year’s EICMA show in Milan.

KTM has asked owners of the 2017 and 2018 KTM 390 Duke to bring in their bikes for a 'Monsoon Kit' fitment.As a part of this, the company will replace certain components and rectify various issues reported by owners so far. Best of all, the updates will be carried out free of cost. Speaking of the bike itself,the 2017 model gets a complete redesign with full LED headlamps, a revised BSIV motor, new exhaust, ride-by-wire and a colour TFT tablet-type instrument console. The 390 Duke should offer the best performance under the Rs 2.5 lakh price bracket owing to the high-performance 373cc engine and the lightweight chassis and bodywork. The bike also gets a host of first-in-class features like a colour TFT screen, standard switchable ABS and slipper clutch. The 390 Duke is priced at Rs 2.26 lakh (ex-Delhi). The bike faces competition from the Benelli TNT 300 and Kawasaki Z250 which are priced way higher. The 2017 KTM 390 Duke should be able to hold the crown of the best sports bike under the Rs 3 lakh price bracket.

KTM 390 Duke Price

KTM 390 Duke prices start at Rs. 2.48 lakh (Ex-Showroom). KTM 390 Duke is available in 1 variants and 2 colours.

390 Duke Variants Price List

390 Duke STD
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Editor's View of KTM 390 Duke

  • Upside

    Bang for buck, Styling and exhaustive features, Performance and handling

  • Downside

    Stiff ride quality, Not touring friendly

  • 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.

KTM 390 Duke Colours

  • White
  • Orange

KTM 390 Duke User Reviews

4.2 /5
157 Rating & 65 reviews
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Preferred For : Daily Commute & Tours

46% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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Abishek Abishek
Abishek Abishek 4.2 18 May 2019

i like it but the bike is not that much good.

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute | Tours | Leisure Rides | Occasional Commute
Gets mileage of : 15 kmpl
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K Karthi
K Karthi 4.6 18 May 2019

very superb and my drag race bike

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 33 kmpl
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Sharath Kumar
Sharath Kumar 4.6 8 May 2019

The best bike to get on the market right now .. you get more than what you pay for !

Uses this bike for : Occasional Commute
Gets mileage of : 35 kmpl
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KTM 390 Duke Highlights


The 373cc liquid-cooled single is now BS-IV compliant. The internals is unchanged except for a larger airbox that boosts torque by 2Nm to 37Nm @ 7000rpm. Power output remains the same at 43.5PS @ 9000rpm. A major addition is ride-by-wire that smooths out throttle response and is more precise compared to the outgoing Duke 390. The front disc is now 20mm larger than the older model, showcasing 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 older bike’s 10-litre fuel tank. This means you can now go much further in a single top up.

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. Another likeable feature is MyRide, which allows the rider to connect his smartphone via Bluetooth, wherein all the information is displayed on the screen. This way the rider is notified about incoming calls, which can be received or rejected via the menu switches. Music functions can also be controlled while on the move. The clutch and brake levers are reach-adjustable now and the switchgear is also all new with toggle switches on the left. The plastics and build quality also feels premium and should last for ages.


Benelli TNT 300: The Benelli TNT 300 gets contemporary styling which is neither too bold nor too sharp. Build quality is decent and it should prove to be an easy to live with motorcycle. It is mostly loved for its exhaust note and while it not as powerful, nimble or light as the 390 Duke, It comes across as a fairly good touring motorcycle. So, if you are looking to commute in a more relaxed manner and have deep enough pockets to dig into, the TNT 300 is worth shortlisting.


The KTM 390 Duke has always come across as a value for money product and the new variant takes the VFM quotient a notch up as it looks a lot more irresistible now. It gets an LED headlight unit and colour display that we like a lot and also handles beautifully with its aptly tuned suspension setup. Also, while it may not be as quick as the earlier 390, it certainly is a lot more refined. Between the TNT 300 and the KTM 390 Duke, the Benelli comes across as a motorcycle for people looking for a more relaxed way of commuting. The 390 Duke on the other hand is a wild beast and is meant for a lot more experienced riders and thrill seekers.

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