KTM 250 Adventure Gets A New Low Seat Height Trim
Continuing to expand its adventure lineup in India, KTM introduced a new variant for the 250 Adventure model. The newly introduced “V” variant of the smaller KTM adventure bike now provides a lowered seat height option.
It has been priced at Rs 2.47 lakh (ex-showroom), the same as the standard model.
KTM 250 Adventure V – How is it different from the standard model?
- As mentioned above, the new KTM 250 Adventure V variant boasts a reduced seat height of 834mm, making it significantly more manageable for riders with the short build.
- This has been achieved with lowered suspensions. Having said that, the 250 Adventure V gets a USD fork and monoshock configuration as the standard 390 Adventure; however, it features a decreased wheel travel of 143mm at the front and 151mm at the rear. For reference, the standard trim offers wheel travel of 170mm at the front and 177mm at the rear.
- Everything else remains the same as the standard model.
What powers the KTM 250 Adventure?
At the heart of this smallest KTM ADV is a 249cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, engine making 30hp at 9,000rpm and 24Nm at 7,500rpm. It comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
The 250 Adventure can be seen as an alternative to the Suzuki V-Strom SX, Royal Enfield Himalayan, Yezdi Adventure and BMW G 310 GS.