FS: 2017 KTM 390 Duke, abs - Only 284 miles - SOLD

FS: 2017 KTM 390 Duke, abs - Only 284 miles - SOLD Image

FS: 2017 KTM 390 Duke, abs – MD2JPJ401HC239612 –  Only 284 miles – $4,299.00

This very fun KTM 390 Duke was purchased locally and is barely even broken in yet!  These are cool bikes with some cool features making them a great choice for a new rider. Very cool full TFT display, riding modes, abs and more!  One owner machine,no dings or dents or stories to tell.  Just not being used enough to justify keeping it. Other than that it is like new without the cost of new.  Comes with all manuals, 2 keys, code card and KTM satchel.

Here’s is what the press said about this model:

The KTM 390 Duke, for the class that it’s in—a lightweight, price-friendly bike—seems to exceed expectations and certainly sets the bar with an exciting little engine, progressive suspension, and a solid electronics package.  This 373cc single is connected to a white and orange steel-trellis frame with a WP 43mm upside-down fork, WP monoshock, and a single-sided 320mm front disc linked to a Bosch 9MP two-channel ABS system. For the new model it is natural that KTM took a page out of the Super Duke playbook and granted the toddler Duke an LED headlight like the one found on the Super Duke as well as similar bodywork, adjustable levers, and a TFT dash.

The TFT dash is a huge upgrade over the old version found on the original 390 Duke, which I found to be cluttered and hard to read. The new dash offers riders a litany of information that is clear and easy to read without looking cluttered. Riders can program the dash to highlight the information they deem important and hide the readouts they don’t wish to see. They can also link their phones and Bluetooth communicators to control phone calls and music through the control panel in the dash. Whereas the ABS kill switch was hidden on the previous dash, riders now have a sophisticated drop-down screen built into the display that allows them to choose between three different levels of ABS interference.

The 373cc single offers a linear, manageable powerband that pulls nicely through the midrange, however, like your prom date in high school, it always leaves you wanting a little more. Offering just 44 hp and 27 pound-feet of torque, the 390 Duke likes to be strung out and ridden hard. In certain sections of twisties this characteristic can add to the fun factor for it allows the rider to use and abuse everything this little monster has to offer.  he 390 Duke truly encapsulates the “do all” spirit by effortlessly blazing down a freeway, navigating a city, or ripping up a canyon road; this Duke will take you anywhere you can go in a day and back while never breaking a sweat. Being a lightweight, entry-level bike, the KTM 390 Duke truly accommodates both the beginner rider as well as the experienced rider. A bike that will not be easily outgrown, the 390 Duke allows the buyer to make a lasting purchase they can be confident in.

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 doc fee may be applied

Seattle Used Bikes

4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook and the Web

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FS: 2017 KTM 390 Duke, abs - Only 284 miles - SOLD

FS: 2017 KTM 390 Duke, abs - Only 284 miles - SOLD Image

FS: 2017 KTM 390 Duke, abs – MD2JPJ401HC239612 –  Only 284 miles – $4,299.00

This very fun KTM 390 Duke was purchased locally and is barely even broken in yet!  These are cool bikes with some cool features making them a great choice for a new rider. Very cool full TFT display, riding modes, abs and more!  One owner machine,no dings or dents or stories to tell.  Just not being used enough to justify keeping it. Other than that it is like new without the cost of new.  Comes with all manuals, 2 keys, code card and KTM satchel.

Here’s is what the press said about this model:

The KTM 390 Duke, for the class that it’s in—a lightweight, price-friendly bike—seems to exceed expectations and certainly sets the bar with an exciting little engine, progressive suspension, and a solid electronics package.  This 373cc single is connected to a white and orange steel-trellis frame with a WP 43mm upside-down fork, WP monoshock, and a single-sided 320mm front disc linked to a Bosch 9MP two-channel ABS system. For the new model it is natural that KTM took a page out of the Super Duke playbook and granted the toddler Duke an LED headlight like the one found on the Super Duke as well as similar bodywork, adjustable levers, and a TFT dash.

The TFT dash is a huge upgrade over the old version found on the original 390 Duke, which I found to be cluttered and hard to read. The new dash offers riders a litany of information that is clear and easy to read without looking cluttered. Riders can program the dash to highlight the information they deem important and hide the readouts they don’t wish to see. They can also link their phones and Bluetooth communicators to control phone calls and music through the control panel in the dash. Whereas the ABS kill switch was hidden on the previous dash, riders now have a sophisticated drop-down screen built into the display that allows them to choose between three different levels of ABS interference.

The 373cc single offers a linear, manageable powerband that pulls nicely through the midrange, however, like your prom date in high school, it always leaves you wanting a little more. Offering just 44 hp and 27 pound-feet of torque, the 390 Duke likes to be strung out and ridden hard. In certain sections of twisties this characteristic can add to the fun factor for it allows the rider to use and abuse everything this little monster has to offer.  he 390 Duke truly encapsulates the “do all” spirit by effortlessly blazing down a freeway, navigating a city, or ripping up a canyon road; this Duke will take you anywhere you can go in a day and back while never breaking a sweat. Being a lightweight, entry-level bike, the KTM 390 Duke truly accommodates both the beginner rider as well as the experienced rider. A bike that will not be easily outgrown, the 390 Duke allows the buyer to make a lasting purchase they can be confident in.

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 doc fee may be applied

Seattle Used Bikes

4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook and the Web

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