The KTM 390 DUKE is a pure example of what draws so many to the thrill of street motorcycling. This Corner Rocket maximizes enjoyment and user value, taking the honors wherever nimble handling counts. Light as a feather, powerful and packed with state-of-the-art technology, it guarantees a thrilling ride, whether you're fighting your way through the urban jungle or carving your name into a forest of bends. CALL 01235 519195 for more information.Compare insurance quotes
Cornerhouse Garage, Wootton, OX13 6BS
Why buy from Premier Bikes
Premier Bikes is owned by Andy Valentine who has been in the motorcycle trade for over 30 years, he has come from a technical backround where the heart of Premier Bikes is based. Premier Bikes was established in 1997 and over the years has grown and currently stocks around 200 motorcycles of all makes and models. In 2003 Premier Bikes welcomed KTM into the business and quickly achieved the status of a full range dealer. They are a major player in the UK dealer network and very highly respected by the KTM UK team. Darren Green has been employed for over 17 years, starting in the parts department and is now the sales and general manager. If we do not have the bike you are looking for Darren is happy to try and source any make or model, new or used. Mark Turner is the Manager of the Parts, Clothing and accessory department, he is helped by Paul and Nick who between them they have a wealth of experience in the motorcycle trade, mail order is no problem and free next day delivery on orders over £100. The service Manager is Joe, the technicians are Jonny, Derek and Dan, all are fully trained and MOT testers. Martin is responsable for sales preparation and is also the delivery driver. Linda is responsible for the accountants. Premier Bikes are very proud of the team! All staff are professional, friendly and enthusiastic who live, breath and love Bikes. Come and meet the team the kettle is always on!!
MCN overall review verdict: The 2017 KTM 390 Duke raised the A2 licence bar. It’s one of the most fun to ride, involving and high quality machines in its class. It’s refined, easy to live with, fast, comes with a high level of spec and superb attention to detail. There’s a whole raft of official Power Parts accessories, too. If you plan for this to be your first ‘big’ bike you’re in for a treat, but even if you’re an old hand it won’t fail to impress. Latest news: KTM out testing bigger 390 Duke Related: See this bike in our best A2 motorcycles article Related: KTM 390 Adventure review Related: MCN's guide to the best first big motorbikes KTM completely transformed the 390 Duke for 2017, turning it from merely a good low-capacity naked, to the best machine in the entire A2 licence category. Giving the bike its first major updates since its inception in 2013, the 2017 version offers an unparalleled level of fun, quality and performance for its size. Gone is the slightly lack lustre quality and styling and in its wake comes a 5.2in full colour dash, illuminated switchgear, brilliant panel fitment and deep glossy paint. Claimed dry weight is just 149kg dry, meaning its 44bhp single-cylinder engine has more than enough poke to achieve a decent level of performance. For a thumpy single, the engine is impressively long-revving At the front, the new non-adjustable WP forks are well damped and the four piston radial calipers bite hard, offering enough bite to inspire confidence in the corners. For a thumpy single, the engine is impressively long-revving and remains near-silent in traffic, but at high rpm it transforms into the snarl of a throaty crosser. Despite its new-rider-friendly ergonomics, the 390 is serious fun. It’s capable of a genuine 100mph, you can tempt the Duke into the occasional wheelie and it will back into corners when the ABS is switched to Supermoto mode. To comply with the new stringent Euro4 emission laws, KTM have given this bike a ride-by-wire throttle and a bigger airbox. A side-mounted exhaust also replaces the old stubby underslung unit. This year’s bike keeps its slipper clutch, which was added in 2015, and a new chassis also gives the 390 its sharp handling. MCN is riding the 2020 KTM 390 Duke in the next few weeks, so keep an eye out for the review coming soon.
|Annual road tax||£44|
|Annual service cost||-|
|Max power||44 bhp|
|Max torque||27 ft-lb|
|Top speed||105 mph|
|Average fuel consumption||-|
|Frame type||Tubular steel Trellis|
|Engine type||Liquid-cooled, 4v, single|
|Fuel capacity||13.4 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
* With Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) you have the option at the end of the agreement to:
1) return the motorcycle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. If the motorcycle has exceeded the maximum agreed mileage a charge for excess mileage will apply – in this example 6p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage up to 4,999 miles and 12p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage exceeding 4,999 miles If the motorcycle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded the maximum agreed mileage you will have nothing further to pay;
2) pay the Optional Final Repayment to own the motorcycle or
3) part exchange the motorcycle subject to settlement of your existing credit agreement; new credit agreements are subject to status.