KTM has released an official list of accessories that will be available in the Indian market for the recently launched 790 Duke. These optional accessories consist of crash protection, tank pads, a windscreen, bar-end mirrors and the KTM My Ride system.
The tank pads will set you back Rs 2,954 and not only will it aid with added grip, but also protect the tank from scuffs and scratches. The crash protection – available for the front fork and swingarm – is priced at Rs 3,575 each, while the windscreen carries a Rs 7,868 price tag. The bar-end mirrors come at a rather high Rs 9,866 per-piece cost, which means that you’ll shell out a substantial Rs 19,732 for a set. However, these anodized aluminium mirrors are adjustable, allowing them to be mounted on either side.
The last item on the list is the My Ride device, which essentially makes the TFT display compatible with Bluetooth. The device allows you to tether your smartphone to the display and gives you command over incoming calls and media. The price for this add-on system, though, is yet to be revealed.
The 790 Duke is priced at Rs 8.64 lakh (ex-showroom). Powered by a 799cc, parallel-twin engine that makes 105hp and 86Nm of peak torque, the bike features one of the most comprehensive electronic safety packages in the segment. It includes Bosch Cornering ABS with a disengageable Supermoto mode, lean-angle-sensing traction control, launch control, a bi-directional quickshifter and four riding modes – one of which is a customisable Track mode.
We will be taking a ride on the 790 Duke soon, so stay tuned for our full review!
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