Two and four-stroke models receive refinements for the new year range.
KTM’s 2019 line-up of EXC models has broken cover over night with a host of new upgrades and refinements revealed for the highly-popular range of off-road motorcycles.
Last year the Austrian manufacturer announced the world’s first serial-production, fuel-injection two-stroke off-road competition machines with the TPI models, whilst complimenting the high-quality, high-performing four-stroke models within the range.
The latest generation of KTM EXC enduros receive updates for 2019 with improved WP fork settings and a reworked WP shock absorber with a re-designed main piston and settings for improved, confidence-inspiring damping characteristics.
A new seat cover, stronger battery and new graphics with a Ready to Race factory-looking orange frame compliment the high-quality Brembo brakes, No-Dirt footpegs, Neken handlebar, CNC milled hubs with high-end black Giant rims and more that comes as standard on these championship-winning machines.
Pricing and availability domestically in Australia is yet to be determined, however more information regarding the new EXC range can found at www.ktm.com/au.