KTM is a popular motorcycle brand in India and has gained a big fan-base in Nepal as well. The most popular model has to be KTM Duke. However, today we are going to talk about its sibling, KTM RC 390.
The RC 390 is powered by a BS6-compliant 373.3 cc fuel-injected liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine. It can generate 43.5 ps @9000 rpm max power and 36 Nm @7000rpm torque. Similarly, it has a mileage of 25 kmpl and a fuel capacity of 9.5 l.
Specifications of KTM RC 390
|No. of Cylinders||1|
|Max Power||43.5 PS @ 9000 rpm|
|Max Torque||36 Nm @ 7000 rpm|
|Fuel capacity||9..5 l|
|No of gears||6|
|Dry Weight||166.8 kg|
RC 390 has measures 2145 mm in length, 760 mm in width and 830 mm in height. Its dry weight id 166.8 kg. Similarly, both tires are 17 inch alloy rims. Some other features include a cushioned seat, LED tail lamp, projector headlamp, mono-shock rear absorbers, digital speedometer and tachometer, digital trip meter, ABS, etc.
Overall, RC 390 is a stunning bike, it is very attractive. However, it isn’t that comfortable to ride. You have to bend forward while riding it, but it is a sports bike so it is admissible. It is a powerful bike, the ride is smooth on the highway as well as city areas. Furthermore, the riding posture is uncomfortable in real-world conditions. So, this makes it uncomfortable for long-distance rides.