2021 KTM SX-E 5

Destination Fee: $300

This is a high-end, adaptable, READY TO RACE electric-powered mini-crosser aimed at both beginner and competitive junior riders. With zero emissions and sound pollution, the updated for 2021 KTM SX-E 5 is at the leading-edge of competitive minicross and a viable alternative to the petrol-powered 50cc engine, bringing with it an entirely new generation of competitive racing. The KTM SX-E 5 is fitted with a compact electric motor, powered by a strong power pack, delivering almost inaudible noise emissions. It also features high-quality components that make it significantly different from the many electric minicycles available on the market. This is a fully-fledged competition motorcycle with low noise emissions, making it more accessible to younger riders for use in areas where noise emissions are restricted.

  • RATED OUTPUT
    2 kW / 3,200 rpm
  • TORQUE
    Fehlende Variable ft-lb
  • BATTERY CAPACITY
    21 Ah
  • CHARGER LINE VOLTAGE
    80-240 V/50-60 Hz
  • CHARGING INPUT
    Quick charging 5 A @ 230 V (AC)
  • CHARGING POWER
    900 W
  • CHARGING TIME 100 %
    70 min.
  • CHARGING TIME 80 %
    45 min.
  • COOLING
    Air cooled
  • ELECTRIC MOTOR
    48 V - BLDC motor with outer rotor
  • MAX. POWER
    5 kW / 3,900 rpm
  • FRONT BRAKE DISC DIAMETER
    160 mm
  • REAR BRAKE DISC DIAMETER
    160 mm
  • FRONT BRAKE
    Disc brake
  • REAR BRAKE
    Disc brake
  • CHAIN
    1/2 x 3/16"
  • FRAME DESIGN
    Chrome-molybdenum steel central-tube frame
  • FRONT SUSPENSION
    XACT 35 WP Upside-Down fork, Ø 35 mm
  • GROUND CLEARANCE
    252 mm
  • REAR SUSPENSION
    WP Xplor PDS shock absorber
  • SEAT HEIGHT
    665 mm
  • STEERING HEAD ANGLE
    66 °
  • SUSPENSION TRAVEL (FRONT)
    205 mm
  • SUSPENSION TRAVEL (REAR)
    185 mm

Come to Central Florida PowerSports, your favorite New and Used KTM Motorcycle Dealer in the Orlando and Kissimmee, Florida area.


Prices exclude dealer setup, taxes, title, freight and licensing and are subject to change.



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