KTM 690 Enduro R For Sale
What Is It?
The KTM 690 Enduro R is an off-road style adventure bike and is powered by a Euro 3 compliant air-cooled 654 cc single cylinder engine which puts out 61 bhp at 7,500 rpm and maximum torque at 6,000 rpm.
- Steel tubular frame with Aluminium swingarm
- 300 mm wavy disc up front with Brembo two piston caliper
- 240 mm wavy disc at the rear with Brembo single piston caliper
- ABS system
- Adjustable WP 48 mm upside down fork with 275 mm travel
- Adjustable WP shock with 275 mm travel
- Keihin fuel injection
- LCD / Analogue dash
- Side stand
- Slip and assist clutch
- 1->1 exhaust system
- 6 speed gearbox
The wire-spoked 21" front wheel takes a Pirelli MT 21 90/90 tyre and the rear 18" a 140/80.
Accessories include the off-road ABS dongle (front only), belly pan, crash bars, 4 cm lowering kit and screen.
Colours: Grey, whiteDid You Know?
Due to the tendency of large capacity single cylinder engines to produce vibrations, why they are often called "big thumpers", KTM have designed in a balancer shaft to reduce them. The plastic fuel tank is at the rear under the seat.
Launch RRP: £7,570
Capacity: 654 cc (average)
Power: 61 bhp / 45 kW (average)
Red Line: 8,000 rpm (average)
Top Speed: 110 mph / 177 km/h (high)
Economy: 60 mpg / 4.7 L/100km (good)
Range: 160 miles / 257 km (high)
Fuel Capacity: 12.0 litres / 2.6 gallons (average)
Seat Height: 930 mm / 36.6 inches (very high)
Dry Weight: 138 kg / 304 pounds
Road Tax (VED): £96 / Year (Very High)
Review In A Few
- On and off-road capability
- Loads of torque
- Limited electronics package
- No gear position indicator
- Very high seat
- Vibey engine
2019: New Euro 4 compliant LC4 690 cc engine with dual balancer shafts and 74 bhp, 2-level lean angle aware traction control, cornering ABS, WP XPLOR suspension, LCD dash, Road / Off-Road ride modes and up / down quickshifter.
Check out this launch video review of the 2019 update from Lamb Chop Rides.
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