KTM 250 ADVENTURE 2021
So, here is the KTM adventure 250 finally being officially launched after all the leaks and speculations during the rounds online so the bike has been launched at a price of peace 2.48 lakhs ex-showroom Delhi’s please feel free to comment below and let me know about
what do you think about the pricing would you prefer this or the adventure 390 to know the exact price here in Hyderabad please feel free to call the number mentioned in the description portion below now this bike is more or less the same as the adventure 390 barring a few changes the first point to note is that the adventure 250 doesn’t get the led headlamp that the ADB 390 gets it instead gets the same halogen headlamp reminiscent to the duke 250 secondly we also now get a new LCD display on the adv 250 for the speedo console and we do not get the full-color TFT console that we get on the adventure 390.
the good news however is that rest everything is almost the same in terms of equipment on the ADB 250.
I mean we get the same chunky 43mm wp apex inverted forks which are not adjustable we do get a rare Monoshock which is adjustable for pre-load we get MRF tires on the adv 250
whereas the ADB 390 actually came with Metzeler if you can recall we get the same 19-inch front wheel and a 17-inch rear wheel the seating remains the same very comfortable saddle I did steal a short ride close to the showroom and the refinement and the riding comfort is very good almost just as good as the ADB 390.
However, talking about the power plant powering the bike is the same single-cylinder motor borrowed from the duke 250.
So power and torque remain the same at 30 bhp and 24-newton meters respectively and we get the same six-speed gearbox so it does feel slightly underpowered and doesn’t feel as sprightly as the adv 390 but overall fit and finish and build quality seems super impressive now this is the same chassis as that of the adv 390 which is inspired from their championship-winning Dakar rally bike so it is as rugged as it can get the handlebar is nice and wide the mirrors are decent enough in terms of offering a good field of view we do get a 14.5-liter tank that would result in a good tank range.
Also, the brake lever and the rider footpegs are open teeth once so you can remove the rubber on the rider footpegs to get more grip while tackling extreme off-road conditions we get the same aluminum swingarm to offer great handling while riding through the tarmac also the side-mounted exhaust is lifted up to offer more ground clearance now talking about the brakes we get a massive 320 mm front disc and a 230 mm rear disc
we do get dual-channel abs as standard and we also get the off-road abs to feature where an ABS is turned off on the rear wheel, such that you can pull off those drifts with ease we also get a slipper clutch which provides for faster downshifts without running the risk of the rear wheel locking or hopping and also provides for a lighter clutch pull so this was a quick
overview of the new KTM ABS 250 I’ll be sharing my first ride impressions soon.
- TORQUE – 24 Nm
- TRANSMISSION – 6-speed
- COOLING – Liquid-cooled
- POWER IN kW – 22 kW
- STARTER – Electric starter
- STROKE – 61.1 mm
- BORE – 72 mm
- CLUTCH – PASC™ anti-hopping clutch, mechanically operated
- CO<SUB>2</SUB> EMISSIONS – 73 g/km
- DISPLACEMENT – 248.8 cm³
- EMS – Bosch EMS
- DESIGN – 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine
- FUEL CONSUMPTION – 3.1 l/100 km
- LUBRICATION – Wet sump
- TANK CAPACITY (APPROX.) – 14.5 l
- FRONT BRAKE DISC DIAMETER – 320 mm
- REAR BRAKE DISC DIAMETER – 230 mm
- FRONT BRAKE – Four-piston radial fixed calliper
- REAR BRAKE – Single-piston floating calliper
- CHAIN – 520 X-Ring
- DRY WEIGHT – 156 kg
- FRAME DESIGN – Steel trellis frame, powder-coated
- FRONT SUSPENSION – WP APEX 43
- GROUND CLEARANCE – 200 mm
- REAR SUSPENSIONWP APEX – Monoshock
- SEAT HEIGHT – 855 mm
- STEERING HEAD ANGLE – 63.5 °
- SUSPENSION TRAVEL (FRONT) – 170 mm
- SUSPENSION TRAVEL (REAR) – 177 mm
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