390 Adventure is KTM’s latest major offering in the entry level mid capacity segment. It debuted in India and is now going to various markets of the world. In a latest development, the company has launched the motorcycle in the Philippines market.
The 390 Adventure shares its engine with the 390 Duke and RC. It comes with a 373.2 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine that produces peak power of 43 hp and 37 Nm of torque. It gets WP USD forks at the front with 170 mm travel, and WP Apex mono-suspension at the rear with 177 mm travel.
The motorcycle is equipped with a dual-channel ABS, while the Bybre disc calipers are supplied by Brembo. The ABS have two modes, including on-road and off-road. Apart from that, it comes with traction control, while an up-and-down quick shifter is offered as an option.
It also comes with a 5-inch full-color TFT screen with Bluetooth connectivity, using which you can pair your smartphones. The fuel tank onboard has a capacity of 14.5 liters, and the bike weighs only around 158 kilograms.
The motorcycle will be manufactured locally in Philippines at its plant in Sta Rosa City, Laguna. The state-of-the-art facility is managed by the corporate giant – Ayala Corporation for KTM Philippines. KTM uses the plant to manufacture other motorcycles, including the 200 and 390 cc Dukes and RCs, 790 Duke and Adventure, etc.
The 390 Adventure is priced at P309,000, which roughly translates to around Rs. 4.74 lacs.