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2015 KTM Street Model Pricing
KTM North America has announced pricing for US-bound street models in 2015. Unfortunately, we'll have to wait for MSRP information for the truly new models; that is, the all-new 1290 Super Adventure and entry-level RC390 (click here to read our RC390 First Ride). That pricing, along with information on the Austrian company's 390 Duke, is scheduled to be release in conjunction with the Long Beach International Motorcycle Show on November 14.
The blockbuster 1290 Super Duke R gets a slight price bump ($400) to $17,399 and will be available in the same two colorways, orange or black, for 2015. This comes as no surprise, since 2014 was the Super Duke R's debut year, and considering the high acclaim that the 1290 has won over the past 12 months KTM obviously feels confident that an extra $400 won't deter people from the 2014 Motorcycle Of The Year.
The 1190 Adventure and 1190 Adventure R both see bumps of $200; for 2015, $16,499 will be the suggested price for the base 1190 Adventure (First Ride here). The slightly taller and more dirt-oriented 1190 Adventure R, which won our Down & Dirty off-road ADV comparison earlier this year, will carry an MSRP of $16,999 in 2015.
KTM's mid-size supermoto, the 690 Duke, returns at $8,999, as does the 1,195cc RC8R superbike which holds its price at $16,499. The RC8's price holding steady makes sense, being that it was already a little behind the times last time it squared off against the competition in our Class of 2013 Superbike Shootout. As for hardcore enduro enthusiasts (more KTM's bread and butter), they will have to shell out a little extra in 2015 for the ultra-capable 690 Enduro R, which sees a $200 price jump to $10,499.
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