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2016 KTM 690 Duke Announced

2016 KTM 690 Duke Announced

Amid multiple reports of a new Twin-cylinder replacement model, KTM confirmed the Single-cylinder 690 Duke will live on for at least another year with some significant updates for 2016. While official specifications won't be available until EICMA in November, KTM has released photos of a...

Published on September 4 2015, 17:04
Source: blog.motorcycle.com
 

KTM is pulling the interesting move of only alerting certain outlets to the fact that the Austrian company will be bringing updates to the KTM 690 Duke for the 2016 model year. Regardless of that alienating choice, the facts remain, and we're here to give you the details of their new models. As... 

690 Duke in black The exciting KTM 690 Duke announced for Europe last year is making it to the States for 2013, along with the 990 Adventure Baja model. The 690 Duke offers the most powerful single-cylinder street legal engine in the United States with 70 hp. A slipper clutch will provide a very... 

It's amazing how far single-cylinder engine design has come. The introduction of the modern four-stroke motocross racer in the 1990s was the main driving force behind development, while the advent of the Moto3 class in Grand Prix roadracing in 2012 ushered in even more advancements. KTM was one... 

Just a month ago, KTM issued a worldwide recall on its Adventure bikes because the ABS modulator and wiring harness could potentially come into contact with each other. Now, the same issue is hitting the KTM 690 Duke, and affects the bikes from the 2012-2016 model year. As was the case with the... 

The KTM 690 Duke has always been a fun street bike, with a fair amount of power wedged into a relatively light package. For 2016, the KTM 690 Duke learns some refinement though, most notably with an engine overhaul that drops the buzz from the motor, and adds power to the dyno chart. This comes... 

Owners for 2016 and 2017 model year KTM 690 Duke motorcycles should take note, as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued a recall on the popular hooligan machine because it may leak fuel from its filler cap on the fuel tank. The recall affects 718 units in the... 

KTM officially announced the 390 Duke will arrive in the U.S. this spring carrying a price of $4,999. The 390 slots in under the 690 Duke and 1290 Super Duke R in KTM's lineup of naked bikes in the U.S. (we won't be getting the even smaller 125 and 200 Dukes here, as they'd be deemed too small...