KTM Duke 390: The official unveiling of the Duke 390 for Bangalore KTM dealerships takes place on Sunday at some resort. As a result, dealers will begin providing test rides on the 16th (Monday).
KTM Duke 390: My initial thoughts on the current version of Duke 390 were quite favorable. When compared to the first-generation devices, the fit and finish standards are astounding. Except for the unsightly gap between the headlamp and the surrounding DRLs, KTM appears to have overlooked nothing. The dash appears to be well-organized.
It has too much of a John Cena feel
KTM Duke 390: Color will be a prominent topic of conversation among potential purchasers. The Electronic Orange has far too much orange on it, yet it is true to the brand’s DNA. The Atlantic Blue, on the other hand, is more understated. It has too much of a John Cena (You can’t see me) feel, as one TBHPian correctly stated. To be honest, it’s an unobtrusive Colour palette, which is the last thing you’d expect to see on a Duke 390.
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KTM Duke 390: The ideal option is to get the Electronic Orange Duke 390 and replace the OEM orange seat with the black seat from the Atlantic Blue bike. The Electronic Orange color scheme will be toned down with this simple seat replacement.
I’m sure a fellow owner of an Atlantic Blue bike would appreciate the orange splash that the seat from the Electronic Orange bike will add. I see it as a win-win situation.In Bangalore, the on-road pricing is Rs 4.08L. I don’t have the pricing breakdown, therefore I don’t know what all the exaggerated charges are.