The technical equipment of the KTM 890 Adventure is actually good with three driving modes, curve ABS, slant-dependent traction control, 5 inch color TFT and smartphone connect. However, we find it completely incomprehensible that the cruise control switch is on every 890, but the function has to be purchased or activated. If you don't want to, you have a cruise control switch with no function on your bike! This should probably save production costs, but KTM could have been a bit more generous and could have unlocked the cruise control in series.
Our test machine does not have a QuickShifter, but other testers attest to it with the finest qualities. So if you are standing on gears without domes, you should accept the additional price.
The lighting is completely designed in LED. There is an LED daytime running light, which, as always with KTM, can not be activated by switch, but in the cockpit settings. By the way, the 890 Adventure still has the old switch setup. The new switches are reserved for the 1290 SAS and the 1290 Duke - not entirely comprehensible for us, but also not decisive for war.