The 390 Adventure uses the same engine as the 390 Duke but gets traction control, increased suspension travel and more ground clearance, among other additional features.

There is good news for the ones who are looking to buy the KTM 390 adventure bike as dealers have started to accept bookings for the bike. The booking amount is set at Rs. 20,000 that will create a buyer queue once the bike starts to reach the KTM dealerships in January 2020.

KTM 390 Adventure deploys the same 373.2cc single-cylinder engine that churns out a 43 bhp of power and 37Nm of torque which is similar to the RC 390 and Duke 390. The 390 Adventure variant will sport Metzeler Tourance tyres instead of the Continental TKC 70s which was seen on the bike in EICMA.

The biggest miss that the Indian spec variant will experience is the lack of adjustable USD fork that the international-spec bike gets. However, the Indian spec variant gets some first in class features like a bi-directional quick shifter, cornering ABS, and switchable traction control.

The bike is expected to be priced around at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 3.2 Lacs.

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