The new video of the 2017 KTM Duke 390 gives a virtual experience of how good the bike is at corners.
It looks like the market is going to be flooded with a string of amazing new motorcycles next year. One of them, which is highly anticipated, is the 2017 model of the KTM Duke 390. It was first launched in 2013 and, since then, roads are filled with this pocket rocket. After getting a hint of its new generation being ready, it created a lot of excitement within enthusiasts.
Now, a new video has been released on YouTube showing the cornering skills of the 2017 Duke 390. The rider in the video spins it on curvy mountain roads and the bike keeps munching corner after corner with ease. As it comes with Metzeler tyres, the Duke 390 definitely packs in a lot of enthusiasm to lean at corners owing to the stickiness of the tyres. Also, the new improved steel trellis frame will give the rider confident handling dynamics.
Many other features have been packed all new in the 2017 KTM Duke 390. The split headlamps, full-colour TFT instrument panel, 1290 Duke inspired sharp design and increased engine refinement has made the new version a very appealing product. It continues to carry the ongoing 373cc single-cylinder engine which pumps out 44 PS of power and 37 Nm of torque.
2017 KTM Duke 390 Video
– The new video shows the skills of the 2017 Duke 390 to lean at corners
– The upcoming Duke 390 has received a major design alteration
– It continues to get the ongoing 373cc single-cylinder engine