BS6 KTM 390 Duke to be priced at Rs 2.53 lakh

    The updated BS6-compliant 390 Duke will get a quickshifter as standard.

    Published On Jan 23, 2020 12:07:00 PM

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    KTM dealers have begun accepting bookings for the BS6-compliant 2020 KTM 390 Duke unofficially. The company has begun dispatching the new bike and it’s set to reach showrooms by the end of the week. For 2020, the 390 Duke will get both, mechanical and cosmetic updates and cost only around Rs 5,000 more at Rs 2.53 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai), which is very impressive considering the number of changes.

    To begin with, the 390 Duke is set to get the bi-directional quickshifter that made its debut on the recently-launched 390 Adventure. Along with this, the sport-naked will also get the required changes to the exhaust system and map in order to make it BS6-compliant.

    Another big change for 2020 is the addition of a new grey colour scheme. This shade is similar to the one that we also saw on the BS6-compliant 250 Duke yesterday. In addition to the new colour, the 390 Duke also gets revised graphics, which are a lot more subtle this time around. The images also reveal that grey won’t be the only colour scheme on offer and that it’ll continue to be offered in white as well.

    It won’t be long before KTM sends out official information, which is when we can confirm all the technical and cosmetic changes.

    Also see:

    KTM 790 Adventure to launch towards end-2020 

    KTM 250 Adventure India launch slated for mid-2020

    KTM 390 Adventure exports to begin in February 2020

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