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2025 KTM EXC LINE-UP REVEALED | Latest | News

The 2025 KTM EXC range introduces a series of refinements and key touches to the Enduro lineup. Here's all you need to know.

Following 2024s significant 95% overhaul, like the 2025 GASGAS EC and EC-F and 2025 Husqvarna FE and TE ranges, the 2025 KTM EXC lineup continues to use closed-cartridge suspension, refined frame and bodywork, and last years technology plus all the major engine overhauls.

The most notable change is the ‘orange’ makeover. Here, the previous 1990s-inspired purple highlights are replaced by a silver-gray graphic over predominantly orange bodywork and a black frame. The seat remains orange, featuring a high-grip seat cover and textured grip strips, which can also be found on the frame protectors, tank shrouds, and bar pad.

At the rear, new settings for the WP XPLOR PDS shock, for better balance and a lower risk of cavitation. The swingarm also gets an update, with a machined unit to improve the durability of the chain glider.

Upfront, a new and updated fuel tank roll now secures the tank more firmly in place while keeping the frame protected against scrubbing. At the handlebars, a new on/off switch gear is carried over from the KTM SX range.

All models in the range keep the hydro-formed, laser-cut, and robot-welded frame, 48 mm WP XACT Closed Cartridge spring fork and WP XPLORE PDS taking care of suspension duties.

The 2025 KTM EXC two-stroke range will consist of the KTM 150 EXC, KTM 250 EXC, and KTM 300 EXC. The 4-stroke range remains unchanged, with the dirt ripping KTM 250 EXC-F, KTM 350 EXC-F, KTM 450 EXC-F, and KTM 500 EXC-F filling the ranks.

As always, a dedicated collection of KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts are also available for the 2025 KTM EXC range.

The new 2025 KTM EXC range will be rolling off the Austrian production line in June and available at authorised KTM dealers in Australia and New Zealand from September 2024 onwards.