I have experienced the ABS light, the low oil light and intermittent service light with just shy of 400 miles on it. The first time I experienced any of these it gave me pause obviously, but the bike ran smooth and got me home. Day to day the display either gives me a good read or some caution indicator light, it still runs smooth and gets me to point A and back. I had it stall twice seconds after a morning startup/warm up, but my Ducati did that as well.
All in all, I understand it is a brand new bike and it shouldn't be plagued with issues, but I also understand it is the first year of an updated design and features. In a sense I am a beta tester, and I knew that going into this. The problems people are having are more likely than not all TFT firmware and/or circuit board issues. We can hope KTM will figure out the flaws in the system and get it rectified sooner than later, but for the time being it it'll get me from point A and back.
It's a great lil'bike and all in all I am very pleased with it. I love the look, the poise while in a turn (I have like two turns on my way to work and back, so I savor them as much as I can /cry), the "thumpiness" of the little single cylinder and the accompanying "revvyness"; While riding at speed I can only see the road ahead of me through my full-face helmet, which is a new experience, but a very much welcomed one. The overall experience that I take from this bike is a more overall connection with the bike and road.
Enjoy it for what it is... A quick little canyon carver with a lovely, but finicky TFT display.
2017 KTM Duke 390