The KTM 390 Duke gets an advanced instrument console, larger radiator fan, refreshed shrouds, and new colour scheme. It includes all the rich features like smartphone sync, ride by wire technology, adjustable levers, ABS, stylist LED headlamp and all-digital TFT LCD instrument console with clock and audio player display.
The bike has one standard variant and competes with the Benelli TNT 300 in India. It is available in two colours – white and orange.
The specifications of KTM 390 Duke are as follows –
Engine: 373.2cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled
Maximum Power: 42.9 bhp @ 9000 rpm
Maximum Torque: 37 Nm @ 7000 rpm
Bore x Stroke: 89 mm x 60mm
Electrical: Digital Ignition
Front Tyre Size: 110/70 x 17
Rear Tyre Size: 150/60 x 17
Front Brake Size: 320 mm
Rear Brake Size: 230 mm
KTM 390 Duke STD
When you purchase a new bike, it is essential to safeguard it with a bike insurance policy. Bike insurance is mandatory by law under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. However, most people avoid availing bike insurance due to the hefty premium charges. The bike insurance premiums are dependent on the following factors –
Age of the bike
Your residential area
Your driving history
After this, you can either choose between the two –
Third-Party Insurance – wherein the premiums are relatively low
Comprehensive Insurance – wherein the premiums are high
Despite high premiums, it is still recommended to purchase comprehensive coverage as it provides all-the-round insurance protection.
Besides this, you can also opt for zero depreciation bike insurance policy that offers full compensation without factoring in depreciation. It is an add-on coverage provided over the underlying bike insurance. So, in case your KTM 390 Duke incurs any mishap or is damaged beyond repair, the insurer will provide full compensation.
In case you are wondering how much will your two wheeler insurance premiums be, use the bike insurance calculator available on Finserv MARKETS and get a quote instantly. Moreover, the tool also allows you to compare the given price with quotes offered by other insurers in India.
The KTM 390 Duke comes with a powerful engine. Hence, you need to be careful when riding the bike. Altogether, the bike offers a top-notch performance with due maintenance. But just like any other ride, it is still vulnerable to road accidents. With KTM 390 Duke Bike Insurance, you can stay rest assured that you will be financially covered against mishaps, theft, or loss incurred due to natural and human-made disasters.
So, after buying the KTM 390 Duke, you can seek comprehensive coverage and safeguard your vehicle from any accidents or damage.
The Bike Insurance at Finserv MARKETS offers you the following benefits –
Easy Application and Renewal Process – You can purchase and renew your KTM 390 Duke Bike Insurance online
Easy NCB Transfer – The No Claim Bonus or the NCB is offered by insurance providers when you do not claim in the policy term. In case you plan to switch from your existing providers then you can quickly transfer up to 50% of your existing NCB
Discount Offers – You can seek discounts on premium amounts by becoming a member of a recognised automotive association or by installing an anti-theft device in your bike. Moreover, your riding history plays a vital role in helping you secure discounts on premiums
Digital Insurance Copy – Once you have applied for two-wheeler insurance with Finserv MARKETS, you receive a digital copy of your policy on your registered email id
Simple Claim Settlements – Our claim settlement process is hassle-free, and the claim related inspections are quicker too. This way, you get your compensation in no time
The KTM 390 Duke bike insurance will cover the following things –
Damage incurred due to terrorism
Damage due to landslide or rockslide
Damage due to explosion or fire
Loss due to theft
Damage due to man-made and natural calamities
Accidents due to malicious activities
Damage due to riots and strikes
Every policy has its exclusions. The things that are not covered under KTM 390 Duke bike insurance are as follows –
Damage caused outside the stated geographical location
Claims made out of any contractual liability
Accidents caused if the bike is used for other than the stated purpose
Damage due to radioactivity or nuclear fuel/waste
Damage due to war-like situation
Applying for a KTM insurance online is simple. Just follow these steps –
Visit the two wheeler insurance page at Finserv MARKETS online
Enter the requested details – bike registration number and mobile number. If you do not have a bike registration number yet, then enter the RTO location, bike model, manufacturing year, and vehicle registration date
You will receive a quote with your policy details and premiums
If you agree to the said terms, proceed to make an online payment
Upon successful online payment, you will receive a digital copy of bike insurance on your registered email id
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To claim your KTM 390 Duke bike insurance, follow these steps –
Register your claim online
Upload the requested documents and proof of damage/loss
The insurer will assess your claim
Check claim status online
You can read more about the bike insurance claim settlement process by visiting Finserv MARKETS online.