- The KTM 250 adventure has been launched in black and orange color
KTM 250 Adventure: Premium motorcycle brand KTM has launched its much awaited KTM 250 Adventure bike in India. This bike has been launched for Rs 2,48,256 (ex-showroom Delhi). With this bike, the company has entered the adventure segment.
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Based on the KTM 390 Adventure platform, the all-new KTM 250 is a travel-enduro motorcycle. In such a situation, the look of the new KTM Adventure bike is very similar to the 390 adventure. The only difference is that the KTM Adventure has been launched in the black and orange colors. Let us tell you that the adventure bike segment in India is growing rapidly, in such a situation, KTM has launched KTM 250, Adventure to make its presence in this segment.
Booking for this cheap adventure bike of KTM has started. It can be booked from the company’s dealership. Its delivery will start after a few days.
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Let us tell you that the KTM Adventure features a powerful, 248 cc D.O.H.C. A four-valve single cylinder liquid cooled engine is given which is capable of generating maximum power of 30 hp (22 kW) and peak torque of 24 Nm. This engine is equipped with Assist Slipper Clutch (PASC) 6-speed gearbox. This bike has a fuel tank of 14.5-liter capacity.
KTM 250 Adventure Engine and Features
- The bike has a 248cc single cylinder liquid-cooled engine, which generates 9,000rpm power at 30hp and 7,500rpm at 24Nm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Bike has a 14.5-liter capacity petrol tank.
- The bike includes GPS bracket, radiator protection grille, crash bangs, headlamp protection and handlebar pads, Bosch’s ABS (anti-lock braking system). The bike has 320mm front disc brakes and 230mm rear disc brakes.
- This bike of adventure series can be run on all kinds of paths. That is, you will be able to run them easily on the mud filled, stony road along the normal road.
- In the Indian auto market, KTM Adventure competes with Royal Enfield Himalayan, which is priced from 1.91 to 1.95 lakh rupees. Also, the BMW G 310 GS will also compete with it, which costs Rs 2.85 lakh.