How fast can a KTM 250 go?

How fast can a KTM 250 go?

The 4-stroke dirt bike is an upgrade of the original KTM 250 SX, a two-stroke engine with a top speed of 60mph. While the original KTM 250 SX was impressive in all aspects, its speed was wanting, and that’s the reason behind KTM 250 SX-F. A top speed of 78mph is not bad, either for dirt racing, commuting, or adventure.

Is the KTM 250 EXC street legal?

The 2019 KTM 250 EXC-F is completely street legal, with engine performance to match.

How often should I service my KTM?

But interesting thing to note is that KTM bikes have to be serviced only after 7000km , while other bikes have to be serviced once every 2500 to 3000km. So if you do the math, service cost of KTM bikes will be same as that of other bikes.

What does EXC in KTM stand for?

EXC-F: The E tells you that it’s an Enduro (street legal) cross-country (XC) motorcycle. The F confirms the 4-stroke motor, though there are no 2-stroke EXC models.

How much does KTM 250 EXC cost?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $9,799 $9,895
Total Price $9,799 $9,895
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How much does a KTM 250 EXC weight?

KTM 250 EXC Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight
Front Brakes Dimensions – Disc Dimensions 260 mm (10.2 inches)
Rear Brakes Dimensions – Disc Dimensions 220 mm (8.7 inches)
Curb Weight (including fluids)
Dry Weight 103.0 kg (227.1 pounds)

How many gears are there in KTM bike?

Engine Specifications of KTM 250 Duke

Emission Type : BS6
Valve Per Cylinder : 4
Stroke : 61.1 mm
Bore : 72 mm
Gears : 6 Speed

How much does a KTM service cost?

While the KTM requires servicing every 7,500km, the G 310 R demands service only after every 10,000km….Service Costs And Intervals.

BMW G 310 R KTM 390 Duke
1st service Rs 3,887 Rs 2,000 – Rs 2,500
2nd service Rs 5,782 (12 months or 10,000km) Rs 2,500 – Rs 3,000 (12 months or 7,500km)

What’s the difference between XC and EXC?

Engine, gearbox, chassis, suspension is all EXC – just no lights, speedometer, horn and lighting loom. The XC-F is a closed course bike, never intended to be street legal and more suited to faster cross country (XC) riding.