KTM Enduro (2012) Specs, Price, etc.

Description :- The primary inner burning motorcycle oil powered cruiser was the Daimler Reitwagen. It was planned and worked by the German creators Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach in Bad Cannstatt, Germany in 1885.This first vehicle was not at all like either the wellbeing bikes or the boneshaker bikes of the time. As the principles of modern motorcycle changed many Companies evolved its outstanding boneshaker rides among them KTM is the one of the big bone, where KTM Enduro (2012) phase in India towards Motorcycle market is huge scene in India. The bike came out as a eye-opener and took the market by uproar. As there are many beast, compare to 249.5 cc.

Engine and Gearbox :- KTM Enduro (2012) is a 249.5 cc Engine and transmits it up with 6-Speed Gearbox Greabox, Maximum Power -, Maximum torque of - and Clutch ( Multiplate wet clutch ) Front Brake Disc 260mm , Rear Brake Disc 220mm.

Design, Analog & Fuel :- When it comes to Design, the KTM cuts through the eage of the body styling which makes the bike beast. KTM trip down the Speedometer (Analog) and Dry Weight 105.20 kg, Fuel Tank Capacity 9.20 litres.

Brakes and Suspension handling :- The motorcycle uses front and rear tyres for optimum grip levels. It actually carries 1475.00 mm of long wheelbase measures in length. Front Suspension WP-USD 48mm and Rear Suspension WP PDS shock absorber. Front Brake Disc 260mm, Rear Brake Disc 220mm.

Type Off-road
Status Discontinued
Displacement 249.5 cc
Engine Description 249.5cc
No Of Cylinders Single Cylinder
Bore 76 mm
Stroke 55 mm
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Front Brake Disc 260mm
Rear Brake Disc 220mm
Electric Start NO
Pillion Footrest NO
Pass Light NO
Step Up Seat Split Seat NO
Speedometer Analogue
Tachometer None
Trip Meter None
Fuel Gauge Analogue
Front Suspension WP-USD 48mm
Rear Suspension WP PDS shock absorber
No Of Gears 6-Speed Gearbox
Tubeless Tyres NO
Alloy Wheels NO
Ground Clearance 380.00 mm
Wheelbase 1475.00 mm
Kerb Wet Weight 105.20 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 9.20 litres

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