KTM India offering 95 per cent finance and EMI of Rs.6999 on 390 Adventure
KTM India has announced an attractive offer on its ADV offering, the 390 Adventure. The company mentions that its latest finance plan that covers 80 per cent of the on-road price for a tenure of five years should make it an attractive deal for those planning to but the KTM 390 Adventure. The EMI for the same has been kept at Rs. 6,999. Further, customers can also avail finance offers from Bajaj Finance Ltd and HDFC Bank with up to 95 per cent finance coverage, lower interest rates and flexible tenures. Apart from these, the KTM dealerships are also offering exchange schemes for bikers to trade-in with the KTM 390 Adventure.
Speaking on the occasion Sumeet Narang, President (Probiking) at Bajaj Auto Ltd. said "KTM 390 Adventure is a pivotal addition to our expanding portfolio. The model has seen a phenomenal response since its launch and holds the promise of offering a truly capable and versatile adventure tourer to the biking enthusiasts. While KTM 390 Adventure has seen a very high purchase intent, one of the opportunities we see in accelerating ownership is to make the model more accessible to the enthusiasts. The finance schemes created with partners like Bajaj Finance Ltd & HDFC Bank are expected to address this opportunity and inspire a lot of customers to upgrade."
The KTM 390 Adventure was launched in India earlier this year at Rs 2.99 lakh ex-showroom Delhi. Powering the ADV is a 373cc single-cylinder engine producing 44PS and 37Nm mated to a six-speed gearbox. The electronic suite includes a six-axis inertia management unit based cornering ABS which is completely switchable and traction control as well. The motorcycle comes equipped with ride-by-wire like the other 390s in the portfolio.
In terms of rivals, the KTM 390 Adventure locks horn with the BMW G 310 GS, which will soon be launched in BSVI avatar. Additionally, in the entry-level adventure motorcycle segment, there are the Royal Enfield Himalayan and the Hero Xpulse 200. Here's our detailed comparison feature of all these four motorcycles.
Additionally, KTM has recently announced a multiple rewards programme for customers buying new KTM motorcycles before September 20, 2020. This includes free three-year additional warranty over and above the existing two-year warranty, complimentary one year roadside assistance with coverage across the country and lastly a chance to win an iPhone 11 and KTM Fan package every week. This package, that would otherwise cost. Rs 5,000, is being offered on a complimentary basis for all the customers getting their new motorcycles across the country.
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