Manufacturers strive to maintain the attractive appearance of small-capacity motorcycles, and the KTM line is no exception. Externally, they have a lot in common with the older KTM 1290 brothers, and the new models are now compatible with the Euro5 standard.
Anyone who lives in Europe and has an A1 category should pay attention to 125 Duke as one of the most attractive options. Despite the status of the most low-capacity motorcycle in the line, the motorcycle remains very attractive outwardly. The bike is equipped with a 125 CC 15 HP engine, WP suspension, inverted fork, bybre disc brakes.
The 390 Duke is the next step on the path of Duke evolution. It has a triple cubic capacity compared to the 125 Duke, so the power is almost three times more – 44 HP. the Bike is designed for young guys and beginners in the motorcycle world. In addition to ABS and a sliding clutch, we note the WP front fork and a fully adjustable shock absorber.
The main difference between the 2021 models and the current ones is their compliance with the Euro5 standard. There seems to be no performance loss.