KTM RC 390 comes with a price tag of Rs. 2.60 Lakh (Ex-showroom- Delhi). Moreover, for the payment and for the final on-road price you may get in touch with the nearest authorized dealership in your respective city. You can check the dealers here.
For the availability, we would suggest you please connect with the nearest authorized dealership in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
The KTM RC 390 is powered by a BS6-compliant 373.3cc fuel-injected liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that puts out 43.5 PS at 9000rpm and 36 Nm at 7,000 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed transmission aided by a slipper clutch. Moreover, the reliability of a bike depends on the care and timely maintenance. If you're looking for a light, powerful, sharp-handling sportbike that'll help you hone your skills, the KTM RC 390 makes perfect sense.
Both have same parts so maintenance on both is exactly the same. Only the faring on the RC will cost you more.Both have the same engine and power. Duke will win a drag race because of the lighter weight.RC will win on the track because it is more committed to the track, better top speed and better aerodynamics.Duke is a favorite on the streets because its more comfortable, better for touring, everyday commuting and has a bigger tank.
I think rc 390 for racing because it has windshield it is very helpful for riding on highway because if you ride bike on highway so fast many windblast came so windshield Stop them so i think rc 390 but i personally like duke 390 specially design and power both bike are good
Both the bike are different from each other. performance is almost same but RC is more stable on high speed as it had better aerodynamics, economically both the bike are same. though duke is lighter that RC so performance will be different of course
In terms of posture duke, in terms of sport bike dynamics and handling its rc. it all depends on your choice, both bike puts lots power to the rear wheel, but are also fairly comfortable, seat comfort and highway i would prefer the duke, but as a rc owner i can tell you, rc's are a blast on the highway , both are so much relatable. if you are driving way too long, and you don't know much about how to handle a sport posture bike like rc' like holding tank with legs- which gives you less pressure on your wrists. then i would recommend you go for duke. But when you buy an rc you can learn too and people have made trip to kanyakumari to kashmir in that . so they are versatile,and lastly you need to maintain your ktm bikes pretty good, meaning more service visits every 5k kms or 6 months whicever comes early. if you are in a more dusty region then every 4 months compulsory, then your bike will ride very very good. no probs. i am an owner of more than 5 years, people do have complains on the bike and its parts wearing off quickly , quite true, but then thats how you got the less price tag. enjoy your day. test ride that bikes.
To be honest... If you ask which is a better vehicle in terms of performance, handling, controlling and stability with road grip... RC390 is much better than Duke 390.Now, if you are looking for latest features such as TFT display, Bluetooth connectivity which allows you to receive and decline calls from handlebar itself.. change songs.. increase & decrease volume etc. then Duke 390 is the best choice... also, it offers you the sitting posture which is both commited also and relaxed as well... whereas in RC390 its only commited riding position which May give you back pain and wrist pain if you are not used to riding sport bikes.
RC390 handle wind blast but same way it have committed posture. with feed back from RC driver they feel comfortable while drive in handling same for me.though i am having D390 its near to safe and good for long term.
No ..try riding in a small bike ..learn the traffic rules ..pothole management anticipating wrong siders ..other bikers ..temperament.foreign countries give supetbikes licence very lately..riding schools are there...so buy sub 150cc then uptake...means no r15 too.its fast ...a good commuter will do..you can buy seconds.
Yes but be carefull my friend it a master class bike who ride with bigboys and has top power ride it slow for 5 to 6 months like below 60 to 70 kmph when you get on this bike this bike will trill you of its design erognomics and peak power but don't go for racing plssss
The rc 390 was my first bike and I’ve been riding it for the past 3 years. It’s an excellent option as you won’t out grow the power very fast and will keep you entertained for a long time. I still enjoy riding my rc 390 even though I’ve got a Benelli 600i. Go for it only if you’ve got self control coz it tempts you to ride fast seconds after you swing your leg over it.
It's totally upto your decision. If you are someone who travels a lot then rc would be a very bad decision. Trust me you will surely feel riding a cycle to be less stressful. The power is insane and scary and looks awesome. But don't get deceived by its looks alone. The bike stands out in the crowd but you surely will lose the interest in riding that bike for more than 3-4months. Dukes are the best choice. Wait for the next duke to release. Tons of improvement. Duke 390 has the best console which the rc does not have. So it's any a better choice
Depends whether you want more power or bit pocket friendly bike....390 will initially cost you 70k approx more than RC 200. But you will get insane power, which if you are able to handle. For features RC 200 is also going to get abs sooner so that won't be an advantage with RC 390. Coming to more looked factor the mileage...for 390 you will achieve an average of 20-23 kmpl while for RC 200 you can get 32-35 kmpl. Keeping these factors you can decide yourself. Ride safe
Ktm 390 is best because it's has more features compare to 200 but 390 is good in highway not in economy mode..its will suffer...ktm 200rc will manage economic mode and beast mode..its suitable for both
Among the options, we'd suggest you to opt either the TVS Apache RR 310 or the KTM 390 Duke. The committed riding posture and stiff ride quality of KTM RC 390 restricts it for daily usage. However, if you're looking for a light, powerful, sharp-handling sportbike that'll help you hone your skills, the KTM RC 390 makes perfect sense. On the other hand, if everyday performance is your top priority, nothing offers the same sort of explosive acceleration and razor sharp handling as the 390 Duke -- in this price range or in a segment above. Even after the BS6 update, the 2020 KTM 390 Duke remains a well-rounded package tailor-made for thrill-seekers. As for the Apache RR 310, it is loaded with tech, making it the most technologically advanced motorcycle in its class. While it may lack the outright performance of the RC 390, the Apache RR 310 BS6 makes up for it by being a well-rounded machine that can do daily duties as well as corner carving or even touring, for that matter. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - TVS Apache RR 310 BS6 Road Test Review - 2020 KTM 390 Duke BS6: First Ride Review