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.
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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.
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The 390 Adventure is priced at P309,000, which roughly translates to around Rs. 4.74 lacs.