The KTM 390 Duke looks a little overpriced at a starting price crossing INR 2.25 lakhs (ex-showroom). Also there have been many changes in the dynamics as far has the dimension are concerned. The new KTM 390 Duke 2017 now gets a bigger fuel tank with 13.5 litre capacity as compared to 11 litres on the previous version. Also now the new upgrade gets a shorter wheelbase with an increased ground clearance.
The new addition to the KTM 390 Duke gets all the much needed visual upgrades. It now looks sharper, more aerodynamically built and is much much more aggressive than its previous version. The design language is essentially built on the monster 1290 Super Duke. The extended tank shrouds on the 390 Duke also add a very sharp appeal to the bike. The design proves to be a mastery of aerodynamic engineering with impressive styling. 2017 KTM Duke 390 has an all-new TFT digital console which is royally placed above the handle bars with a typical Duke design. The all-digital instrument console features all essential detailing display like speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and adds extra details with clock, rpm display and topped up with an ABS light. The new Duke has a 5 inch TFT display and the 2017 model also allows the rider to connect a smartphone to the bike.
The street fighter also gets all new updated features such as the ride by wire system. The presence of LED lights with bifurcated headlamps and TFT color instrument panel display are another mention worthy add-ons to the package. It also gets new pillion grab rail and smart phone integration. It also gets an all new trellis steel frame with a white sub-frame. The new KTM 390 Duke does not disappoint on the visual appeal front and the bike is available in 2 shades in India – Orange and White (Limited Units).