EXCLUSIVE: KTM 250 Adventure Image Gallery

Here’s what you will find on the baby KTM Adventure

As the launch date for the KTM 250 Adventure draws closer, we have managed to catch up with the bike in the flesh. Here are some interesting details of KTM’s baby adventure motorcycle:

The 250 Adventure looks very much identical in build to the 390 Adventure. There is a lot of part sharing between the two bikes, which is evident from the long, sharp tank extensions to the tall, flat seat and slim tail section.

No full LED headlight here on the 250 ADV. The same LED DRLs with a halogen headlight setup from the 250 Duke has been carried forward. Turn indicators and tail light remain LED units from the 390 Adventure.

The windshield is rather small, shorter than the 390 Adventure’s. We guess you could swap it out for a larger unit if you are looking to spend more time out on the highway.

It might seem that KTM gave the 250 ADV the TFT screen from the 390 Adventure but that isn’t the case. This one is an LCD unit, missing out on Bluetooth connectivity.

See, no switch cubes here to control your music or answer calls on the fly. Rather the same basic setup as the 250 Duke.

No adjustable levers here as well, making it quite a barebones adventure tourer.

There is a 12V charging socket available to charge your devices on the go.

The 248.8cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine from the 250 Duke appears in an unchanged state of tune. It puts out 30PS and 24Nm on the 250 ADV as well, with no modifications to the gear ratios of the six-speed gearbox or to the final drive.

As is the case with the India-spec 390 Adventure, the 250 Adventure too gets non-adjustable long-travel suspension at both ends. Hopefully, the WP units here are tuned differently for a more pliant ride.

A typical adventure touring 19-/17-inch alloy wheel setup is found on the 250 Adventure. These alloys come shod with newly developed MRF Mogrip Meteor FM2 dual-purpose rubber.

Braking hardware has been lifted off the 250 Duke as a Bybre four-pot radial caliper acts on a large 320mm disc on the front wheel.

The rear wheel gets a simpler single-piston caliper that chomps on a smaller 230mm rotor. Dual-channel ABS is standard and you have the option of switching off the intervention at the rear.

Expect KTM to price the 250 Adventure at around Rs 2.35 lakh (ex-showroom). The bike, as you might have noticed, has reached dealerships and even unofficial bookings have already commenced.

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