2020 KTM 390 Adventure now on low EMI: This is how much you pay with 95% finance

2020 KTM 390 Adventure

While the 2020 KTM 390 Adventure was a long awaited motorcycle model, the company hasn’t been able to move as many units as expected. However, KTM India is not letting this golden opportunity go away. The Austrian bike maker is now offering Easy Monthly Installments on the 390 Adventure. Those looking to buy the new KTM 390 Adventure will get up to 80 percent finance over a five-year period – pay Rs 6,999 EMI. KTM hopes that this scheme will bring in more customers and will encourage them to buy this aspiring bike. Not only this, on the 2020 KTM 390 Adventure, financial institutions like Bajaj Finance as well as HDFC Bank will offer 95 percent finance. Customers are being offered flexible loan tenures and lower interest rates.

If you have an old bike and are looking to upgrade to the 390 ADV, then KTM dealers are ready to offer an exchange scheme.


How much does the 2020 KTM 390 Adventure cost?

The bike is priced at Rs 3.04 lakh, ex-showroom. This cost is up by Rs 5,000 from the time of launch a few months ago. If one opts for the 80 percent finance, then they will end up paying close to Rs 5 lakh on this bike, on-road. 95% finance will cost the customer in the range of Rs 5.5 lakh thereabouts. AutoAlive advises customers that they rather sell their old bike to someone they know and get a higher price. This money can then be used for the down payment. Exchanging at a KTM dealership will get them a lower value as the assessors will sell these used bikes to second-hand dealers.

KTM 390 Adventure side view

The KTM 390 Adventure motorcycle is based on the 390 Duke and hence has the same gearing ratios. It has long travel suspension and hence can soak in bumps in a better fashion. The 375cc, liquid-cooled engine makes 43PS and 37Nm. This engine comes with a 6-speed gearbox equipped with a quickshifter. There is also a slipper clutch on offer.

This is one feature-rich bike as it comes with a switchable cornering ABS, traction control, KTM MyRide smartphone connectivity, and more. It competes with the BMW G310 GS and Royal Enfield Himalayan.

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