2022 KTM Adventure 390 launched in India

KTM has launched the 2022 Adventure 390 model in India. The all-new Adventure 390 comes with major upgrades to the bodywork and features, such as the addition of two-mode traction control (street mode and off-road mode). The bike comes in two new colour options: Dark Galvano Black and KTM Factory Racing Blue, at a price of INR 3.28 lakh.


Design 

The new Adventure 390 comes with a rally-inspired aggressive look and gets minor updates to the bodywork: the tank spoilers and rear side panels are wider than the seat, to provide for good control and to reduce wear and tear on the seat. Also, the shape of the fuel tank is optimised to offer the rider freedom of movement and better control.

As for its lights, the bike gets state-of-the-art LED lights all around: for the main headlight, tail lights, and indicators.


Engine 

The 2022 KTM Adventure 390 does not get any changes to its mechanics. The bike is powered by the same 373.2cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine–mated to a six-speed sequential gearbox–that generates 32 kW of power at 9000 rpm and a torque of 37 Nm at 7000 rpm. 

Furthermore, the bike comes with other riding features such as ride-by-wire, slipper clutch, and so on.


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Features

The new bike comes equipped with a 5-inch full-colour TFT display that automatically adapts to ambient light. Furthermore, the display allows the rider to select the information they want to see on the screen, via a multi-functional menu-switch on the handlebar.

As for ergonomics and comfort, the bike comes with an adjustable windshield, tapered aluminium handlebar (featuring TFT menu switchgear), two-part seat, and rubber-inserted foot pegs.


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Specifications 

Engine typeSingle-cylinder, 4-stroke
Displacement (cc)373.2 
Max.power (kW) 32 at 9000 rpm
Max.torque (Nm)37 at 7000 rpm
Fuel tank/reserve (L)14.5/3.5
Fuel consumption (kmpl)29 
Clutch Cable-operated PASC slipper clutch
No. of gears6
Seat height (mm)855
Ground clearance200
Wheelbase (mm)1430
Kerb weight (kg)158

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Tyres, brakes, and suspension

The new Adventure 390 gets alloy wheels in sizes ranging from 17 to 19 inches. The wheels get a 10-spoke design, replacing the previous 12-spoke version. The handling has been enhanced with added features such as lean angle dependent traction control and cornering ABS, including off-road mode.

As for the suspension, the bikes come with adjustable WP suspension for long rides.

Front brake 4-piston, radially mounted caliper, brake disc Ø 320 mm
Rear brakeSingle piston, floating caliper, brake disc Ø 230 mm
Front tyreCast aluminum wheels 2.50 x 19″; 3.50 x 17″
Rear tyre100/90-19″; 130/80-17″ 
Front suspensionWP APEX Upside-Down Ø 43 mm/compression, rebound
Rear suspensionWP APEX shock absorber/rebound, preload

2022 KTM Adventure 390 price in India

The 2022 Adventure 390 has been launched in India in two new colour options: Dark Galvano Black and KTM Factory Racing Blue, at a starting price of INR 3.28 lakh.

KTM modelPrice in India
2022 Adventure 390INR 3.28 lakh

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