KTM Freeride E-XC Electric Motorcycle

As a game changing factor, the high performance electric motorcycle plans and manufacturing strategy have become the prime spot among the motorcycle manufacturers. KTM Freeride E-XC is the new electric motorcycle that is introduced by the pilot program in North America. KTM Freeride E-XC is an electric bike that is derived from the already existing KTM Freeride 250.

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The electric KTM Freeride E-XC is made available in limited number offered through the pilot program. The KTM Freeride E-XC is sold exclusively by authorized KTM dealers located in the United States.

Totally, eleven dealerships have been selected and certified through the program and offers KTM’s high voltage technical training to handle the service.

The emission less electrical vehicles without compromising the performance chart are the need of the hour.

Tom Etherington, VP Of Sales, KTM North America Said:KTM has created this pilot program as a way to better understand the level of consumer interest in electric motorcycles, which will assist us in future planning when considering serial production of electric motorcycles in the coming years. The exciting part for consumers is that through this pilot program, the Freeride E-XC is available for a price that is substantially less than these models would sell for outside of this program.”

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The price of the KTM Freeride E-XC is expected to be $8200 and the motorcycles are available in limited quantities in the pre-selected KTM dealers as follows.

CJ KTM of Murrieta in Murrieta, Calif.

KTM of Roseville in Roseville, Calif.

Also read: KTM 2-Stroke motorcycles launched

Adventure Powersports KTM in McKinney, Texas

Malcolm Smith Motorsports in Riverside, Calif.

Edelman’s KTM in Troy, N.Y.

KTM EXC TPI

Elite Motorsports KTM in Loveland, Colo.

Larsons Cycle in Cambridge, Minn.

3 Bros KTM of Orange County in Costa Mesa, Calif.

Solid Performance KTM in Downingtown, Penn.

KTM of North Texas in Arlington, Texas

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