The KTM 390 Duke has been one of the most sought after models on the market since its release. A powerful and elegant bike, this Australian offering runs like a dream. Closer home, Bajaj’s Dominar 400 has not only incredible features and amazing power, but also the trust and history that comes with making Indian bikes for years. Both these bikes are top of the line, and great buys. Whether you want a smooth city bike, or a friend for adventurous rides, options are aplenty. Here’s what you need to know about these vehicles before you make a purchase.
|Features||KTM 390 Duke||Bajaj Dominar 400||Verdict|
|Price||The KTM 390 Duke, in 2019, is priced at Rs. 2,48,000.||Bajaj’s Dominar 400 has a market price of Rs. 1,80,000.||While the KTM 390 Duke is definitely on the pricey end, especially when compared to the Dominar, a two-wheeler loan can make them both very affordable options.|
|Engine and Power||The Duke 390 has a single cylinder and a liquid cooled engine of 373.2 cc. It has a six-speed gearbox. It runs a power of 43.5 PS, with 37Nm torque.||The Dominar 400 has a single cylinder and a liquid cooled engine of 373.3 cc. I has a power of 40PS and a torque of 35Nm.||Both bikes offer nearly identical experiences when it comes to power and engine specifications. They’re both great buys, and smart two-wheeler finance can help you bring one of them home.|
|Fuel||With an impressive mileage of 25.7 kilometres per litre, and a 13.4-litre fuel tank, the Duke 39 is doing wonders for fuel efficiency in two wheelers.||The Dominar runs a mileage of 25.59 kilometres per litre, with a fuel capacity of 13 litres.||The race continues to be head on, with neither bike allowing the other to outdo them when it comes to efficiency.|
|Dimensions and Weight||This is the lighter bike out of the two, at 149 kilograms and a length of 2.145 metres. It is also smaller in terms of height at 0.8 metres and width at 0.76 metres.||The Dominar is the slightly larger and heavier bike of the two, at 182 kilograms and 2.156 metres long. It has a height of 1.112 metres and a width of 0.813 metres.||Both these bikes are sleek and fast, and incredibly powerful. They also prove to be a feasible option, by getting a bike loan in India.|
Both the KTM 390 Duke and the Bajaj Dominar 400 are sleek, powerful vehicles. They have great mileages, and are both competitive options. While the Bajaj is easier on the pocket, that’s not necessarily a sacrifice you’d have to make. With interest rates starting at 10.75%, flexible EMI options and minimum documentation, Tata Capital has some impressive bike loan options. Getting a two-wheeler loan in India has never been easier!