Revised four-stroke and two-stroke enduro models set for July availability.
KTM has uncovered its 2022 enduro range, introducing a range of revisions to its highly competitive EXC-F and EXC models.
Across the new line-up, there are two key upgrades to boost performance – the first being updated WP suspension settings aimed at offering a firmer and even more planted feel while riding across the toughest terrain.
The second key upgrade is the addition of new Maxxis MaxxEnduro tyres – after extensive testing, the new tyre combo showed improved durability and puncture resistance and will provide even comfort for extended hours across a myriad of surfaces.
For 2022, KTM has visually emphasized the connection with competition even further through the incorporation of blue colours and the blue seat. The graphics and race plastics ensure that any KTM EXC will not be missed right at the front of the pack.
Innovative Transfer Port Injection (TPI) engineering means KTM EXC two-strokes are perfectly meeting the increased demands of the modern off-road riders – the three motor capacities guarantee the best choice of horsepower and torque capabilities to suit the rider’s preferences.
With the KTM 300 EXC TPI being the flagship model to satisfy any hard enduro ambition, it is the 2022 KTM 250 EXC TPI that has come under the R&D microscope, featuring revised 13:52 gearing. This modification will help the quarter-litre in terms of traction and front end lift on the most technical sections.
The four-stroke KTM EXC-F models talk the torque as dependable, reliable, accessible and thrilling fuel-injected machinery. For several years, the 250 handling and 450 power characteristics have positioned the KTM 350 EXC-F as the definitive off-roader and the crown remains steadfastly in place. With the now firmer, sportier settings on their WP fork and rear shock, the new KTM EXC-F models come with improved high-speed performance.
KTM has also announced a full line-up of revamped 2022 KTM EXC Six Days models. For 2022, KTM designers have gone bold with the introduction of a striking new colourway that perfectly mixes elements of a modern world map with a head-turning retro style. The 2022 KTM EXC Six Days models are fitted with a list of race-inspired parts as standard.
The 2022 KTM EXC-F and EXC models are due to land in dealerships from July 2021, while the KTM EXC Six Days models are set for an October arrival. Visit www.ktm.com for further information on the available line-up.