KTM is one of the popular motorcycle brand in the country. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that it was the brand that opened up doors towards affordable performance motorcycles. Their current range in the Indian market starts with motorcycles like Duke 125 and RC 125 and offer motorcycles like Duke 790 which is the most powerful and the most expensive KTM product sold in the country. One of the most awaited product from this Austrian brand was an adventure tourer motorcycle based on the the Duke 390 naked street motorcycle. KTM launched it recently and here we have an official TVC of the all new KTM 390 Adventure motorcycle.
The video has been uploaded by KTM on their official youtube page and the video focuses mainly on showing how the all new KTM 390 Adventure performs on and off the road. The video shows two motorcycles one of them being ridden on a proper tarmac and the other on an off-road section. Where one of the motorcycle was doing high speed runs on the tarmac, the other rider was having fun with the motorcycle by getting the tail out on the off-road section with loose sand.
After some time, the rider on the motorcycle ridden on the tarmac takes a detour and joins the rider in the off-road patch and both start having fun with the motorcycle. Because of the ground clearance and the long travel suspension it just towers over almost all the obstacles that come in front of the 390 Adventure. The TV commercial basically shows the performance part of the new 390 Adventure. It shows how capable this new bike from the house of KTM actually is.
KTM 390 Adventure is one of the feature rich motorcycle in the affordable adventure tourer segment. Its main competition in terms of pricing is the BMW G 310 GS and RE Himalayan. The KTM 390 Adventure gets features like a full colour TFT display that gives feed like turn by turn navigation using the mobile application, lean sensitive traction control, disc brakes on both wheels with switchable ABS, cornering ABS, alloy wheels and bi-directional quickshifter which is not offered by another motorcycle in this segment. The KTM 390 Adventure uses a BS6 compliant 73-cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled, fuel injected engine that generates 43 Bhp and 37 Nm of torque. It is priced at Rs 2.99 lakh, ex-showroom. Deliveries of the Adventure 390 have begun across most parts of I
India. The bike rivals the Royal Enfield Himalayan and the BMW G 310 GS.