KTM is going to introduce new motorcycles in Nepal. The company is going to bring a new 790 cc capacity motorcycle to Nepal.
The company has opened the booking of the motorcycle through its official Facebook page. KTM is preparing to launch the Naked Street Fighter Bike Duke 790 in the Nepali market soon.
Hansraj Hulaschand & Company, the official distributor of KTM for Nepal, has opened its booking at a price of Rs 23,99,900/-
It was Launched in India last year, the bike will now be available in the Nepali market. This bike with BS4 engine will be available in the Nepali market only in small numbers. This is the first time that the bike has been produced in a country other than India and no version other than BS4 has been produced. According to a company source, the bike will enter Nepal after the customer reaches the KTM showrooms in different places and books the bike.
The bike has a 799 cc parallel twin engine, which generates 103 bhp of power and 86 Nm of torque. This bike has a 6-speed gearbox.
This KTM bike has LED headlamps and taillights and a TFT screen like the Duke 390. The bike comes with 300mm dual disc brakes and J Juan clippers. The rear wheels have 240 mm single disc brakes and the front wheels have 300 mm single disc brakes.
The bike has features like Slipper Clutch Assist, Lin Sensitive Traction Control, Four Riding Modes as well as Live by Wire, ABS and Super-moto Mode. Riding is easy even in cornering due to super-moto riding mode. It can be run in four riding modes, Sport, Street, Rain and Track. The KTM 790 Duke bike has a 43mm upside down telescopic fork on the front and mono-shock suspension on the rear.
In the Nepali market, this bike will compete with Yamaha MT-09.