Not a lot of people remembered that KTM revealed another bike alongside the 390 Adventure. The bike in question is the new 250 Adventure, and it has been added to the KTM website with no particular buzz.
So, this is an exceptional opportunity to shed some light on its features!
The 2021 KTM 250 Adventure features a single-cylinder, 249cc engine that produced 30 horsepower and 18 lb-ft of torque. It features the identical chassis and underpinnings as the 390 Adventure.
Also, we can see a 3,8-gallon fuel tank (14,38 liters). Its top speed is 76 miles per hour (122 km/h). When we consider the previous two metrics, this bike’s range will be 290 miles (466 kilometers).
Regarding its construction, it features:
- WP Apex inverted fork on the front
- WP Apex mono-shock on the rear
- 19-inch front wheel (48 cm)
- 17-inch rear wheel (43 cm)
- 320mm front disc
- 230mm rear disc with a single-piston caliper
- It weighs 344 lbs (156 kg)
The 2021 250 Adventure doesn’t have the 390’s fancy features like the ride-by-wire system and traction control. Still, that makes it less expensive, as it is projected that its price in the European and US markets will be around $3,100 (or €2,621/£2,344).
Right now, the 2021 250 Adventure is placed on several Asian markets, but there’s a big chance that the bike will arrive in Europe and the US. We’ll see what happens, considering the popularity of the 200 Duke.
Source: Web Bike World