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2024 KTM 390 Duke and 250 Duke - Light and Powerful

Single cylinder KTM machines blast onto the scene with the new 2024 390 Duke and 250 Duke.

The new KTM Duke 390 and 250 will make your head spin. KTM photo

The new KTM Duke 390 and 250 will make your head spin. KTM photo

The 390 Duke is more powerful and more capable than the previous generation, but it's also a better handling machine. 
It's powered by an all-new lightweight 399 cc single-cylinder LC4c engine. Suspension is taken care of by a 43 mm WP APEX Open Cartridge front fork with 5-click adjustment on rebound and compression and a split piston rear shock absorber with adjustable rebound and preload.

The new 2024 KTM 390 Duke has more power. KTM photo

The new 2024 KTM 390 Duke has more power. KTM photo

The seat height is an accommodating 32.2 in (820 mm) and instrumentation includes an all-new 5” TFT display, with selectable ride modes. Modes include Street and Rain. Cornering MTC as standard equipment.

The 250 Duke boasts an impressive power-to-weight ratio thanks to a new Single Overhead Cam (SOHC) design that is lighter and simpler with fewer components, ride-by-wire, and a new Power Assist Slipper Clutch (PASC).

The KTM 250 Duke is a small bike with big features. KTM photo

The KTM 250 Duke is a small bike with big features. KTM photo

The smaller Duke features a non-adjustable 43 mm WP APEX Open Cartridge big piston fork setup with 150 mm of travel, and a WP APEX Emulsion shock absorber, with preload adjustability on the rear. 

Get yours in Electronic Orange or Atlantic Blue.
The all-new KTM 390 DUKE will arrive in authorized KTM dealerships in December, while the KTM 250 DUKE is set to arrive early in 2024.

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