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KTM 250 Adventure Expert Reviews

KTM 250 Adventure: Road Test Review

Could less really be more when it comes to the KTM Adventure family?

Dec 19, 2020

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  • Q. Can KTM 250 Adventure ride on/off road with ease?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    The better fuel efficiency, lower price tag for the 250 Adventure make it a more sensible choice for many riders. However, it is a motorcycle that demands you to adapt to its nature and needs, rather than the other way around. This KTM feels at ease covering ground at a healthy pace, with the digital display reading between 90-100kmph. The engine is smooth and the most responsive between 5 - 6500rpm getting from between 80kmph to 100kmph comfortably. From the engine standpoint, the 250 Adventure is a far friendlier motorcycle to get going with on rough roads. Despite the change in power delivery, the 250 delivers its torque in a much more predictable and manageable manner. In the city, the Adventure feels like the Duke on stilts. The engine is zippy and likes to be worked, and considering the slick six-speed gearbox and light clutch, you don’t mind doing so at all. The sense of quickness is also because of the way the KTM steers .Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - KTM 250 Adventure: Road Test Review

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    KTM 250 Adventure
    KTM 250 Adventure
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    250 Adventure User Reviews

    4.8 /5
    21 reviews
    • Performance
      4.7/5
    • Comfort
      4.8/5
    • Features & Styling
      4.8/5
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    • Maintenance Cost
      4.7/5
    • Mileage
      4.8/5

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    • 4.6

      good riding comfort and less mileage and more power

    • 5.0

      The ktm 250 adventure's 248.8cc engine is identical to the one in the ktm 250 duke and the husqvarna 250s, Down to the state of tune (30hp/24nm).Paired to a six-speed gearbox, It has the same gear ratios as well, And the end result is a familiar riding experience.While accelerating, The engine only begins to come alive post 4, 000rpm, With a notable surge after 7, 500rpm, And all the way to the 10, 500rpm limiter.Our vbox tests confirm that despite weighing more than the husqvarna 250s, The difference in acceleration is minimal.

    • 5.0

      The ktm 250 adventure's 248.8cc engine is identical to the one in the ktm 250 duke and the husqvarna 250s, Down to the state of tune (30hp/24nm).Paired to a six-speed gearbox, It has the same gear ratios as well, And the end result is a familiar riding experience.While accelerating, The engine only begins to come alive post 4, 000rpm, With a notable surge after 7, 500rpm, And all the way to the 10, 500rpm limiter.Our vbox tests confirm that despite weighing more than the husqvarna 250s, The difference in acceleration is minimal.

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    • 5.0

      The ktm 250 adventure's 248.8cc engine is identical to the one in the ktm 250 duke and the husqvarna 250s, Down to the state of tune (30hp/24nm).Paired to a six-speed gearbox, It has the same gear ratios as well, And the end result is a familiar riding experience.While accelerating, The engine only begins to come alive post 4, 000rpm, With a notable surge after 7, 500rpm, And all the way to the 10, 500rpm limiter.Our vbox tests confirm that despite weighing more than the husqvarna 250s, The difference in acceleration is minimal.

    • 5.0

      The ktm 250 adventure's 248.8cc engine is identical to the one in the ktm 250 duke and the husqvarna 250s, Down to the state of tune (30hp/24nm).Paired to a six-speed gearbox, It has the same gear ratios as well, And the end result is a familiar riding experience.While accelerating, The engine only begins to come alive post 4, 000rpm, With a notable surge after 7, 500rpm, And all the way to the 10, 500rpm limiter.Our vbox tests confirm that despite weighing more than the husqvarna 250s, The difference in acceleration is minimal.

    • 4.6

      good riding comfort and less mileage and more power

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