News 2015 KTM RC390 Photo Gallery (30 Images)

2015 KTM RC390 Photo Gallery (30 Images)

2015 KTM RC390 Photo Gallery / Wallpaper

A direct competitor to the Kawasaki Ninja 300 and Honda CBR300R, the KTM RC390 arrives stateside beginning in March 2015.

This entry-level sport bike from the “Ready to Race” brand is based on the KTM’s 390 Duke – a best seller in Europe (along with the RC 125 and RC 200).

The RC390 – built by Baja Auto Ltd. in Indian, which owns a small share of KTM – is powered by a 375cc, liquid-cooled single cylinder engine that makes 44 horsepower. The fuel-injected engine will make it over 10 horsepower more powerful than its main rivals – the Ninja 300 and CBR300R.

Besides the perky single, the 322-lbs (dry) machine arrives with a trellis frame, WP suspension components, a 300mm front-disc brake and disengagable ABS.

Like many European motorcycles, the KTM will be priced just a bit higher than its competitors. Expect the KTM to be offered for around $6,000.

Attached above is a photo gallery of the 2015 KTM RC390. For a additional information, including full specs, visit 2015 KTM RC 390 Preview.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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