2022 KTM 250 Adventure Launched At Rs. 2.35 Lakhs

Austrian Bike maker KTM has launched the 2022 KTM 250 Adventure bike in India priced at Rs.2.35 Lakhs, ex-showroom, Delhi.


The 250 Adventure is now available in 2 new colour options namely – Electric Orange and Factory Racing Blue. The bike is built on the same platform as the 390 Adventure and features a steak trellis frame and a bolt-on subframe. The 2022 model year KTM 250 Adventure comes with a sleek narrow seat, adjustable fly screen, tapered steel handlebar, and Apex suspension with 170mm travel at the front and 177mm travel at the rear.

The bike gets its juice from a 248cc DOHC, four-valve, single-cylinder liquid cooled engine producing a maximum power of 30 PS and 24 NM of peak torque. This engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox with a Power Assist Slipper Clutch (PASC).

In terms of other details the bike comes fitted with a 14.5 litre fuel tank and rides on tubeless 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels. Braking duties are performed by 320 mm ByBre disc at the front and 230 mm at the rear.


For the price you pay for the 2022 KTM 250 Adventure, it also gets you dual channel ABS with an off-road mode, H4 front light, LED tail lamp and indicators, and an LCD dash.

Commenting on the launch of the bike, Sumeet Narang, President (Probiking), Bajaj Auto Ltd. said that the 2022 KTM 250 Adventure is a travel-enduro motorcycle that appeals to a wide spectrum of bikers across the country. “The KTM 250 Adventure is an accessible motorcycle that offers an enjoyable riding experience for daily tarmac commutes and weekend off-road escapes. Combining top-spec components with the latest technology, the KTM 250 Adventure had set a benchmark in the rapidly growing Adventure segment in India,”

The bike competes with the likes of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, BMW G310GS and the Hero XPulse 200 in the Indian market.

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