KTM Duke 390 Review

There is a saying “Everything changes with time” and following the same saying, KTM launched a new version of one of the popular as well as powerful motorbike, KTM Duke 390.

The new KTM Duke 390 has been completely refurbished in the area of design to the hardware, and the new version looks more aggressive and sharper than the older version of Duke 390. Also, the new Duke 390 is featured full-LED headlight clump having an angular design that suit the design of the bike, and LED taillight as well as indicators. The center of attraction in the 2017 model is TFT instrument console which is a Ride-by-wire technology.

Also, the new Duke 390 is 2002 mm long having the height of 1267 mm. The wideness of the bike is 873 and the bike after carrying all its parts weighs 139 kg. Besides, the front wheel and the rear wheel maintain the gap of 1367 mm and the lower part of the bike is 170 mm far from the ground.

Furthermore, the KTM Duke 390 has been powered with 4 stroke, water cooled engine which provides 43.6 bhp @ 9500 RPM, maximum torque of 32 Nm @ 7250 RPM and displacement of 373.2 cc.

Moreover, the KTM Duke is imported in Nepal under the dealership of Hansraj Hulaschand & Co. Pvt. Ltd.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 6,99,900


 Body Type



139 kg


 2002 mm


 1267 mm
 873 mm


 1367 mm

 Ground Clearance

 170 mm




 11 liters

 Engine Type

 4-stroke Engine, Water-cooled

 Maximum Power

 43.6 bhp @ 9500 RPM

 Maximum Torque

 32 Nm @ 7250 RPM


 373.2 cc

 Box X Stroke

 89 mm x 60 mm

 Starting System


 Final Drive




 Front Suspension

 Tubular Space Frame made from Chrome Molybdenum Steel, Powder-coated

 Rear Suspension

 WP Suspension Up Side Down

 Front Tyre

 110/70 – ZR 17 M/Cinches

Rear Tyre

 150/60 – ZR 17 M/Cinches



 Front Brake


 Rear Brake






 No. of Gears





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