KTM India has launched the much-awaited two super sports bikes 2017 KTM RC 390 and RC 200 in the country. These two new bikes were launched during the recent event held by KTM India. The New 2017 KTM RC 390 is equipped with the premium features such as a slipper clutch, ride-by-wire, EVAP system, switchable ABS, CAN BUS and adjustable levers. The two new Motorbikes were featured with all-new Racing Graphics.

Both the RC 390 and RC 200 are now stays remain and delivers 43.5 Ps and 25 Ps of power respectively. Now the Motors are now with the BS IV norms complaint. The new 2017 KTM RC 390 comes with the price tag of Rs 2.25 Lakh, and the KTM RC 200 Model is available at Rs 1.71 Lakh. The prices of both the variants are as per the Ex-showroom Delhi.

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2017 RC 390 variant is provided with larger braking duty with the 320 mm disc brake upfront and 230 mm unit at the rear. The new RC 390 now arrives with the side mounted exhaust instead of outgoing model’s underbelly unit. This new side-mounted aluminium exhaust muffler has been added to comply with the Euro 4 emission norms.

KTM RC 390

KTM RC 200

The new RC 390 continuous to deliver 43.5 PS of power at 9,000 and 36 Nm (Which is 1 Nm More than the outgoing Variant) of Torque at 7000 from its 373.2CC Single Cylinder and liquid cooled engine. RC 200 also delivers the same performance in the outgoing model.

The 199 CC liquid cooled single cylinder engine continues to deliver 25 PS of power at 10,000 rpm and 19.2 Nm of torque. Both the KTM 2017 RC 390 and RC 200 motorcycles are having the 9.5-litre fuel tank. RC200 has the 300mm disc brake upfront and 230 mm disc at the rear.

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Apart from the launch, KTM has shared the numbers regarding the sales performance during the event. KTM has launched in the year 2012 and became the fastest growing sports motorcycle brand with more than 1 Lakh KTM Bikes on the Indian Roads.

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