KTM 890 Duke

Expected Price

900,000.00

KTM 890 Duke 2021 Highlights

KTM 890 Duke BS6 is the company’s flagship sports motorcycle that competes in the superbikes, available in 1 variant. KTM Duke 890 generates 115 PS @ 9000 rpm of power and 92 Nm @ 8000 rpm of torque from its 889cc, parallel twin-cylinder, 4-stroke, 8-valves, liquid-cooled, fuel injection, DOHC engine. The 890 Duke has a 6-speed manual gearbox (KTM Duke 890 top speed is 235 km/h) with a rear disc brake and front double disc brakes also have a dual-channel ABS (anti-locking braking system). Available in 2 colours. KTM Duke 890 Price India: ₹ 8 – 10 Lakh Expected in Delhi.

The KTM has upgraded its middleweight naked series from the 790 Duke to the 890 Duke. The latter has just been released globally. It gets the same larger 889cc parallel twin-cylinder that made its maiden appearance on the 890 Duke R.

The KTM ​8​90 Duke ​redefines the word ‘sharp’ by adding an extra edge. Powered by an 889 cc parallel-twin nestled into one of the lightest and most compact chassis around, the KTM Duke 890 boasts the agility you’d expect from a 600 cc​, ​but with the ​meaty punch of a bigger twin. ​It doesn’t rewrite the mid-sized naked bike rule book. It obliterates it. ​

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Key Specs of 890 Duke

Colours Orange, Black
Engine 889 cc
Max Power 115 PS @ 9000 rpm
Maximum Torque 92 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Brakes Double Disc
Tyre Type Tubeless
ABS Dual-Channel
Weight 169 kg

 

KTM 890 Duke Mileage

KTM 890 Duke BS6 mileage, as certified by ARAI, is 25 km/l. Whereas, as received from 890 Duke owners, a user-reported average of KTM Duke 890 is 21 km/l. The fuel tank capacity of this bike is 14 litres.

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KTM 890 Duke Specifications

Engine & Transmission

Compression Ratio 13.5:1 Fuel Type Petrol
Displacement 899 cc Ignition Digital Ignition
Cylinders 2 Spark Plugs 1 Per Cylinder
Max Power 115 PS @ 9000 rpm Cooling System Liquid Cooled
Maximum Torque 92 Nm @ 8000 rpm Gearbox Type Manual
Bore 90.7 mm Number of Gears 6
Stroke 68.8 mm Transmission Type Chain Drive
Valves Per Cylinder 4 Clutch PASC anti-hopping clutch, mechanically operated
Fuel Delivery System Fuel Injection Emission Standard BS-VI

 

Brakes, Wheels & Suspension

Front Brake Type Double Disc Front Tyre Size 120/70-ZR17
Front Brake Size 300 mm Rear Tyre Size 180/55-ZR17
Rear Brake Type Disc Tyre Type Tubeless
Rear Brake Size 240 mm Radial Tyres Yes
Calliper Type Front-4 Piston Radial Fixed, Rear-Single Piston Floating Wheel Type Alloy
Front Wheel Size 17 inch Front Suspension WP APEX Ø 43 mm
Rear Wheel Size 17 inch Rear Suspension WP APEX shock absorber (preload)


Dimensions & Chassis

Kerb Weight 169 kg Wheelbase 1,476 mm
Overall Length 2,128 mm Ground Clearance 191 mm
Overall Width 830 mm Seat Height 820 mm
Overall Height 1,267 mm Chassis Type Chromium-Molybdenum-Steel Frame

 

Fuel Efficiency & Performance

Fuel Tank Capacity 14 litres Fuel Efficiency Range 294 km
Reserve Fuel Capacity 3.5 litres Top Speed 235 km/h
Mileage – ARAI 25 km/l 0 to 100 km/h 3.07 sec.
Mileage – Owner Reported 21 km/l 0 to 150 km/h 6 sec.

 

Features

Odometer Digital Pillion Footrest Yes
Speedometer Digital Digital Fuel Guage Yes
Fuel Guage Yes Start Type Electric Start
Tachometer Digital Shift Light Yes
Stand Alarm Yes ABS Dual-Channel
Stepped Seat Yes Killswitch Yes
No. of Tripmeters 2 Clock Yes
Tripmeter Type Digital Electric System 12V DC
Low Fuel Indicator Yes Battery 12V
Low Oil Indicator Yes Headlight Type LED Head Lamp
Low Battery Indicator Yes Headlight Bulb Type N/A
Pillion Backrest No Brake/Tail Light LED Tail Lamp
Pillion Grabrail Yes Turn Signal Yes
Pillion Seat Yes Pass Light Yes
Braking System
Switchable ABS DRLs Yes

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FAQ

Q. is Duke 890 cc?

Ans – 889 cc, parallel twin-cylinder, 4-stroke, 8-valves, liquid-cooled, fuel injection, DOHC engine.

Q. Is KTM a good brand?

Ans – Yes, KTM manufactures one of the best quality machines in the market.

Q. Is KTM owned by Kawasaki?

Ans – No, KTM is an Austrian company and Kawasaki is a Japanese company.

Q. Why is KTM so popular?

Ans – KTM prices are so competitive that nobody wants to enter into the competition with them.

Q. Is Duke 890 worth buying?

Ans – Yes.

Q. Can I buy KTM Duke 890 in India?

Ans – KTM has not announced anything officially regarding the launch of the 890 Super Duke in India. It is expected to launch in the Indian markets by the end of this year.

Q. How long will a KTM engine last?

Ans – You can expect 50000 KM, 30000kms and 2½ year old now with no problems.

Q. Is KTM safe?

Ans – Yes, KTM is a very safe bike to ride. They offer good brakes, suspension and ABS (Anti-lock braking system).

Q. Is Duke 890 BS6 Dual Channel ABS?

Ans – Yes, it is a Dual-Channel ABS (Anti-lock braking system).

Q. Which KTM bike is best?

Ans – The best answer is to click here is KTM Brand.

Q. Where is KTM Duke 890 manufactured?

Ans – China.

Q. How much does a KTM 890 weight?

Ans – 169 kg.

Q. Where are KTM engines made?

Ans – Austria.

Q. Is Duke 890 Height?

Ans – 820mm, (best comfortable for 5.8ft to 6ft).

Q. Is Duke 890 good for long rides?

Ans – Yes, you can do it.

Q. Can we adjustment the seat height of Duke 890?

Ans – The 890 Duke gets a non-adjustable suspension.

Q. Is KTM Duke 890 suitable for short riders?

Ans – Minimum height 5.6ft to easily manage the bike in congested city traffic.

Q. Is Duke 890 pillion for comfort?

Ans – Yes.

Q. What is the top speed of the KTM Duke 890?

Ans – 235 km/h. This bike 0 to 100 km/h speed achieved at 3.07 sec. and 0 to 150 km/h achieved at 6 sec. and 0 to 200 km/h speed achieved at 8 sec.

Q. Does Duke 890 have a slipper clutch?

Ans – Yes it has.

Q. What is the mileage of KTM Duke 890?

Ans – As reported by KTM 890 owners 21 km/l.

Q. KTM Duke 890 Price in Kolkata?

Ans – Upto ₹ 9 – 10 Lakh (On-Road) price.

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