Tuesday 21st of May 2024
  Motor News
  Saugat Thapa

The booking for the KTM 390 Duke third generation is open, and the price has been reduced by 1 lakh.

The price of the KTM 390 Duke has been reduced by 1 lakh rupees. Hansraj Hulas Chand & Company, the official distributor of KTM motorcycles in Nepal, is bringing the updated 390 Duke at a lower price. The company has also opened bookings for the third generation 390 Duke at a price of 8 lakh 99 thousand rupees. Previously sold at 9 lakh 99 thousand rupees, the motorcycle is now being prepared for sale with a price reduction of 1 lakh.

Following a decrease in taxes in last year’s budget, the company did not import the KTM 390 Duke. Now, with various updates, the company plans to introduce the 390 Duke with a reduced price of 1 lakh rupees when it goes public in Nepal.

Within the next month, as part of their delivery plan, the company will provide customers who book the motorcycle with a helmet worth 30 thousand rupees.

The company had introduced an updated model of the KTM 250 Duke some time ago, and the third-generation 250 Duke had sold out. KTM has upgraded the 390 Duke with features similar to the 250 Duke, including chassis, engine, and various other features.

The new 390 Duke will come with a 5-inch TFT display, Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, call alert, Supermoto ABS, Cornering ABS, Traction Control, Cruise Control, and three ride modes. KTM will also provide adjustable front and rear suspension for the first time in this model.

This model will feature an all-new 399cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine, producing 46 PS of power and 39 Nm of torque, with a 6-speed gearbox.