If you’ve been wondering whether the KTM 390 is suitable for city traffic, here’s what you need to know. This bike is a sporty, powerful motorcycle with a 375 cc single cylinder engine. The bike is capable of making its rider the centre of attention, but its performance is limited in certain areas. For instance, it’s best suited for long highway rides in cool temperatures, not city traffic. The gear changes are a bit strange, and it’s not a good option for tip towing or city traffic.
The suspension on the KTM 390 is long travel, but it’s still good for on-road and off-road use. The KTM is composed, unlike its rival, the BMW 310 GS. The suspension is also adjustable, with spring preload and rebound and compression damping available for a more comfortable ride. You can get the suspension to suit your needs, and even get a factory racing decal kit for your bike.
The KTM 390 has unbeatable power. It can cruise at up to 75 mph without complaining. This motorcycle has a 6-speed gearbox with up/down Quickshifter+. Its rider can change gears easily. A high-quality, comfortable seat is an important feature for city riding. A comfortable saddle is essential, as well as a handlebar and footrests. It’s not as easy to get on and off as the KTM RC390.