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KTM issue recall for 125 and 390 Duke

Published: 20 June 2017

Updated: 20 June 2017

KTM have issued a recall of their 125 and 390 Duke motorcycles after it was found that there were some issues with the headlight. 

The recall will address the issue by carrying out a software update that addresses the issue. 


A statement from KTM reads, “During the internal endurance testing, KTM experienced some cases of sporadic reboots of the LED headlight. As this may lead to potentially dangerous riding situations, the software of the headlight needs to be updated as soon as possible.”

The small Duke models both received significant updates for 2017 with both the 390 Duke and 125 Duke receiving praise from the MCN road testers. The most significant of these changes though was with the styling, which includes the addition of the radical new headlight design.

The software update will be carried out free of charge. The work can only be completed by a KTM dealership.

Customers with affected bikes have been advised, however if you think this may affect you then contact your nearest KTM dealership. Alternatively, there is the KTM online service area, where customers can find out if their bike is one of those affected.

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