KTM 390 Duke runs on a 373.2cc fuel injected, liquid-cooled engine that produces an output of 43 BHP for a maximum torque of 35Nm and an rpm of 9000. The engine of the motorcycle has been carefully mated to a six-speed gearbox transmission. It carries a weight 139kg.
In that sense, the bike maintains an ideal power to weight ratio. The fact that the motorcycle is rather lightweight makes it easier for the bike to reach top speed in a considerably short amount of time. According to the company the bike can go from 0-100 km per hour within a matter of 5.6 seconds.
The bike carries a host of fine features such as aluminum swing arm and alloy wheels for a premium look as well as a powerful ride. There’s also an ABS and Metzeler tyres. The bike – as per these specs – makes it good for both highway and city rides.
Looks and Styling of the 2020 Duke 390
The 2020 version of KTM Duke 390 looks more muscular than its predecessors. The bike is longer than the previous Duke 390 and it also has grown in terms of dimension.
The bike sports inverted forks and a brand new chassis. There’s a new swing arm and rear seats are considerably big which should provide for a comfortable riding experience. The exhaust system and the engine design has also been updated.
LLUVIA industries maintain a long list of accessories for KTM 2012 Duke 390. Some of those accessories are bashplate, performance sprocket, fog lamp mount, pillion backrest, handle bar raisers, and saddle stays; just name a few.