KTM Announces 2013 Street Bike Range and Prices
The entire 2013 KTM Street motorcycle range and UK prices have now been confirmed, with four new models and a host of other revisions throughout the impressive line-up from the Austrian brand.
Joining the all-new KTM 1190 Adventure and Adventure R - revealed to the world at the start of October – will be the 390 Duke and 690 Duke R; low weight, big performance single cylinder machines with the ability and specifications to suit and impress a diverse range of riders.
Further strengthening the constantly-growing Duke range, the recently introduced 125 and 200 models are also updated with new colours and will now come equipped with ABS as standard – the first 125 in its class to boast this.
The 200 Duke also gains a larger front brake disc.
The multi-adjustable 1190 RC8 R receives a new colour scheme and KTM’s PASC (Power Assist Slipper Clutch); developed alongside the new 1190 Adventure and the Factory RC8 Rs racing in the AMA Superbike series in 2012 to heavily reduce back torque and engine noise.
Another change in the range for 2013 is the popular 990 SM T (Supermoto Travel) gets treated to an orange frame and new colour scheme. A comprehensive range of official luggage and accessories makes the SM T a real alternative touring bike.
2013 KTM Street Range Prices
125 Duke £3995
200 Duke £4195
390 Duke £4495 (guide price)
690 Duke £6795
690 Duke R £8795
690 SMC R £7495
990 Supermoto T £9995
990 Supermoto R £9595
690 Enduro R £7395
1190 Adventure £12,595
1190 Adventure (electronics package) £13,095
1190 Adventure R £13,195
1190 RC8 R £12,995
2013 KTM STREET RANGE HIGHLIGHTS:
390 Duke – completely new
The new 390 Duke puts forward all the qualities that make an excellent motorcycle: playful power (44hp), superior torque and low costs at low weight (150kg wet weight). The 390 Duke is easy to ride and shows its superiority at crucial times thanks to agile and swift handling. With its dynamic drive the 390 Duke surpasses many other motorcycles with larger engines. At the same time it provides a sporty alternative to expensive maxiscooters. In short: no othermotorcycle offers more pleasure-perpound than the new 390 Duke!
690 Duke R – racing technology for the streets
The world’s most modern and powerful single cylinder ensures immeasurable pleasure, and the R is the next phase. It was the inspiration and performance behind all the KTM racers in the European Junior Cup enabling the participants to match each other at the highest stage. The 70hp strong 690 Duke R is fitted with a fully adjustable premium chassis and the finest components.
125 & 200 Duke ABS – A global novelty in the 125cc market
The 125 Duke (£3995) still rocks the European 125cc category and is now the world’s first motorcycle in this segment with standard ABS. In 2013 the sister 200cc model also counts on the upgraded braking system with ABS and a larger front disc.
Thanks to the latest engine technology and a regulated catalytic converter the 200 Duke (£4195) has one of the lowest rates of fuel consumption on the current market
1190 Adventure – Redefining two-wheel travel
The 1190 Adventure (£12,595) is above all focused on tarmac; the use of wide 19in front and 17in rear tyres meets the demands of riders looking for a machine capable of mastering big distances while delivering big smiles. This is helped with multiple adjustments for rider position, unmatched power and weight figures in its class and the use of high specification equipment and technology.
The 1195cc V-twin features a multi-level combined Bosch ABS system and newly developed motorcycle traction control (MTC) as standard. Also available is a factory fitted Electronics Package with multiple programmable electronic WP suspension (EDS) and a tyre pressure measurement system (TPMS) for an additional £500.
1190 Adventure R – For real adventurers
With 17 world titles in 2012 and 219 overall, no other manufacturer can boast such off-road success as KTM. The Adventure R continues the Austrian brand’s ability to offer a big Adventure bike with true off-road capability. With its 21in and 18in wheels and longer travel suspension it is perfect for riders who don’t like to take the beaten path.
Find out more about the 2013 KTM models at www.ktm.com