KTM has some stunning motorcycles that they have produced. All of them have their own unique features that set them apart from the rest, but with the KTM RC, they may have outdone themselves. As soon as it was announced, the bike got a lot of attention from critics and bike-lovers and was widely appreciated all over the world. What people love the most about the bike is that even though it is a little bulky, it does not look too gaudy. The bike has two variants, which are the KTM RC 200 and KTM RC 390. The two colours available in the bike are, black and white.
The following KTM RC review talks about the bike in more detail:
Exteriors: The KTM RC is a fully faired sports bike that looks stunning. The bike has an aggressive, bulky look to it and attractive graphics. The front has twin projector headlamps and clip-on handlebars along with a clear screen sun visor on the top. The split seat and the elevated pillion are extremely comfortable during rides. The thick fuel tank has a good knee grip to make the rider as comfortable as he can get. The Steel Trellis, Powder Coated chassis gives the bike its structure. The rear end of the bike looks as good as the front does, with LED taillights and extended fender/tail. Overall the bike looks really good with its intimidating stance. Aerodynamically also, the manufacturers have made sure that the bike maintains it and moves about smoothly on the road. The kerb weight of the bike is 137 kgs, which is perfect as it keeps the bike grounded and gives good traction control.
Specifications: The KTM RC has a 1-Cylinder, 4-Stroke, a liquid cooled engine with a displacement of 199.5 cc. It has a maximum power of 25.83 PS @ 10000 rpm and maximum torque of 19.2 Nm @ 8000 rpm. The bike has a six-speed gearbox with manual transmission and chain drive. The fuel type is petrol with a fuel tank capacity of 9.5 litres and mileage of 30 kmpl. The front and rear brake type is disc. The bike also has a Wet Multi-Disc Clutch, Mechanically Actuated and Contactless, Controlled, Fully Electronic Ignition System with Digital Ignition Timing Adjustment. The top speed of the bike is 140 kmph, and starting mechanism is self-start. The front suspension is WP Upside down, and rear suspension is WP monoshock.
Price: The KTM RC price is INR 1.76 lakhs ex-showroom (including GST). The KTM RC on road price is INR 2.02 lakhs, but it can vary depending on the area.