2020 KTMs: Prices Revealed

3 months ago | Words: Andy Wigan | Photos: Kiska GmbH, Romero S. Campelli M., Schedl R.

As we speak, 62 KTM dealers from around the country are meeting at a winery in the NSW Hunter Valley for their annual dealer conference, where most of them will clap eyes on the new-generation 2020 enduro machines in the flesh for the first time. And now that both the MX and enduro ranges are starting to arrive in the country, KTM Australia (which recently became a wholly-owned subsidiary of KTM Sportmotorcycles in Austria) has released the prices for the entire 2020 range of off-road machines.

As the table below demonstrates, the 2020 Mini, MX and two-stroke Cross-Country models all retain their 2019 RRPs. What’s most interesting, though, is that the new-generation enduro models only get modest RRP increases (between $100 and $500) for 2020; a fact that’s sure to please KTM dealers and customers, most of whom were expecting two factors – the weaker Aussie Dollar against the Euro, and the fact these 2020 EXC models are totally overhauled, new-gen machines – would combine to prompt significant price hikes for 2020.

*Click on the image below to enlarge.

As a matter of interest, anyone at this weekend’s Transmoto 6-Hour at Conondale – which, fittingly, has KTM as its title sponsor – will get to see reigning ISDE, AORC, A4DE and Hattah champ, Daniel Milner, racing a standard 2020 450EXC-F on a Mixed team with some crew from TeamMoto. KTM will also have a ‘fully fruited’ 2020 EXC on display, dripping with a bunch of genuine KTM PowerParts.

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