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Bike Compare - ‘KTM Duke 390 vs Benelli TNT 300’

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There isn’t much difference in the price of the KTM Duke 390 and the Benelli TNT 300. Both bikes cost over 8 lakhs Nepalese Rupees which is quite a hefty price to acquire these two international standard bikes . But as for the bike enthusiasts, it’s not just the brand that matters. As an international brands, both of these company has capacitated modern engineering and design features to lure the bike enthusiast of Nepal. 

The fully adjustable suspensions at both the front and the rear of the Benelli TNT 300 makes even the bumpiest of rides comfortable. The cushiony spacious seats can capacitate both rider and passenger and provide comfortable space while traveling. But comparatively Duke offers less space and it is more of a solo ride bike. On the contrary, the stiff suspension of KTM Duke 390 is what it makes it unique. Duke is more of a track friendly bike.

The weight of a bike is related to its speed to some extent. The lighter a bike, the faster it goes. Benelli TNT 300 is much heavier compared to the KTM Duke 390 which is a plus point for the latter. The KTM Duke 390 incorporates smartphone connectivity feature which is yet another advantage for this bike whether it be listening to the music, receiving calls or navigation. The greater the number of cylinders used in a bike, the better it sounds. Hence, the Benelli TNT 300 with 2 cylinders is bound to sound better than the KTM Duke 390 with a single cylinder. 

Hence, we have tried to compare these two motorcycles i.e., KTM Duke 390 and Benelli TNT 300 in terms of their specification and features it comes along while purchasing these two motorbikes.

Detailed Price and Specification – KTM Duke 390 VS Benelli TNT 300

Specifications

KTM Duke 390

Benelli TNT 300

Company            

KTM AG

Benelli Q.J.

Price     

NPR 8,29,000

NPR 8,10,000

Engine type       

4-stroke, 4-valves

Single cylinder

Liquid-cooled

4-stroke,8-valves

2-cylinder

Liquid-cooled

Engine Displacement

373.2 cc

300 cc

Max Power

42.90 bhp@9,000rpm

37.73 bhp@11,500rpm

Max Torque

37 Nm@7,000rpm

26.50 Nm@10,000rpm

Bore     

89 mm

65 mm

Stroke

60 mm

45.2 mm

Front brake

Disc

Disc

Front brake size

320 mm

260 mm

Rear brake

Disc

Disc

Rear brake size

230 mm

240 mm

Transmission    

6 Speed Manual

6 Speed Manual

Fuel Tank Capacity

13.5 litres

16 litres

Reserve Fuel Capacity

2.5 litres

3 litres

Mileage              

25 kmpl

25 kmpl

Top Speed

167.4 kmph

154 kmph

Front Wheel       

Rear Wheel       

431.8mm

431.8mm

431.8mm

431.8mm

Front Tyre

Rear Tyre

110/70 Tubeless

150/60 Tubeless

120/70 Tubeless

160/60 Tubeless

Kerb Weight

163 kg

196 kg

Length

Width

Height

2,002mm

873mm

1,267mm

2,130mm

800mm

1,120mm

Wheelbase

1,357mm

1,410mm

Ground clearance

185mm

160mm

Seat height        

830mm

795mm

Start type

Self-Start only

Self-Start only

Other Features

 

 

Speedometer Tachometer

Tripmeter

Odometer

Fuel Gauge

Console

Clock    

Smartphone connectivity      

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

Yes

No

Digital

Analogue

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital and Analogue

Yes

No

 

Both bikes have their own pros and cons so it entirely depends upon an individual’s preference as to which bike s/he finds better. For some, comfort may be the top priority while others may care less about comfort and more about performance. Have your say in the comments section below.

 

 

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