All-New 2022 KTM 390 Adventure Is Here!
2022 KTM 390 Adventure- Overview
The 2022 KTM 390 Adventure has been sighted at a Maharashtra dealership and will be released soon. Last year, the KTM 390 Adventure was released in international markets, but this is the first time the bike has been seen in India.
The 250 Adventure went on sale in India only a few weeks ago, and the 390 Adventure is set to debut in March of next year.
Here are the major highlights of the 2022 KTM 390 Adventure:
- The 2022 KTM 390 Adventure has a few minor but noticeable changes.
- New 10-spoke alloys are included.
- The KTM Factory MotoGP team bike was the inspiration for this design.
Body, Frame & Aesthetics
In addition, new orange highlights and body graphics will be included with new colour options.
The new possibilities are based on the 890 Adventure, the company’s larger ADV product.
The bike also gets new tank shrouds and rear side panels that are somewhat wider than the saddle, in addition to the new colour.
The KTM 390 Adventure in 2022 has a few minor but noticeable changes. For example, the traction control (TC) system has been modified to provide street and off-road modes.
Off-road allows some rear-wheel slip before kicking in, whereas the former offers standard intervention.
If the rider stalls the bike and restarts it, the new electronics will maintain off-road mode.
Expect the motorcycle to keep its all-LED lighting configuration, as well as a fully coloured TFT instrument display with smartphone connectivity and optional turn-by-turn navigation, among other amenities.
A windscreen will be adjustable, and a standard 12V charging port will be included.
The 373.2cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine will remain at the heart of the motorcycle.
This engine has a max power deliverance of 42.3 bhp and a peak torque output of 37 Nm. A 6-speed gearbox with a standard bi-directional quick-shifter is included with the engine.
Brakes & Suspensions
Apart from the engine, the new 390 Adventure will use the same hardware as the previous model, including a non-adjustable inverted front fork and a WP Apex mono-shock at the rear.
In addition, the bike will include single disc brakes on both ends and dual-channel ABS with offroad mode for braking.
Additional 10-spoke alloy rims have replaced the 12-spoke rims, adding new colours. Inspired by the KTM Factory MotoGP team bike, the orange and blue paintwork looks good.