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KTM Duke 200

`1.4 lac*
*Ex-Showroom Price Delhi
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KTM Duke


KTM Duke series marked its entry few years back and registered respectable sales figures in the Indian two-wheeler market. The bike instantly received the attention of the youth due to its breathtaking body design along with a smooth yet powerful motor.

KTM Duke 200 is powered by a 200cc engine that generates a peak power of 25bhp at 10,000rpm with a maximum torque of 19Nm at 8,000rpm. On the other hand, KTM Duke 390 gets its power from a 373cc, liquid-cooled engine that churns out a maximum power of 44bhp at 9,500rpm and a peak torque of 35Nm at 7,250rpm. Both bikes have a fuel injected mill that is mated to a six-speed gearbox and uses wet multiplate clutch setup. The race inspired mill pushes Duke 200 to a top speed of 135kmph and Duke 390 to 160kmph.

The bikes are bolted on a tubular steel frame and runs on 110/70-17 front and 150/60-17 rear tubeless tyres equipped with 17” black alloy wheels. KTM 200 and 390 Duke have telescopic upside-down forks at the front with an adjustable monoshock at the rear. The stopping distance of the bikes are managed by 300mm disc brake at the front with 200mm disc brake at the rear. KTM Duke 390 comes additionally with an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) and is one of those few motorcycles in India that provide the benefit of switching it off.

Both bikes are built on a naked bike concept and resembles each other to a great extent in terms of their design. Their front fascia is amended by a diamond shaped headlamp with a positioning lamp stacked below it. The bike features LED turn indicators as well that are also new to the country. Moreover, both bikes have a sporty split seat that spice it up further. KTM Duke 390 also gets hand guards at the handlebar that looks ravishing. Both bikes have an easy to read and informative fully digital instrument console that displays speedometer, tachometer, twin tripmeters, fuel gauge, etc.

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Needless to say, KTM Duke is well- known for its sharp and aggressive styling that well suits its naked character. Both the machines, Duke 200 and Duke 390 share the same body aesthetics and visuals, with the only difference in graphics. While the baby Duke 200 incorporates plain and simple orange stickers, its elder mate Duke 390 comes with orangish lines put against white background. The front profile receives a sharp headlamp unit along with a positioning light mounted below it. The front upside down forks along with the trimmed fender adds a lot of character into the bike’s DNA. The high rising fuel tank looks great with the stylish tank scoops and offers an upright riding position to the rider. The tubular steel frame exposes itself majestically and shows some tough flesh and bones of the machine. KTM Duke further features a sporty split, step up seat that enhances its visuals. At the rear end, a small triangular tail lamp unit finds its presence that adds some more premiumness to the visuals. The bike features an underbelly exhaust that comes hided under the body and isn't easily noticeable.

The bike notes down the following body dimensions: 2,002mm x 873mm x 1,274mm (LxWxH) that gives it a respectable presence on the streets. A minimum ground clearance of 165mm ensures superior stability while cornering whereas a 1,361mm wheelbase promises an agile handling to explore the streets without compromising on fun. KTM Duke has been assisted with a 10.5 liter fuel tank that stores enough fuel to satisfy the needs of a true street bike freak. The instrument cluster is pure digital and lights up with a “Ready to Race” statement when the ignition is turned on. It comprises of a speedometer, tachometer, twin tripmeters, clock, fuel gauge and a gear shift light. 

Engine & Performance

KTM Duke 200 is loaded with a 199.5cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke engine that is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The liquid cooling motor is tuned to generate a maximum power of 24.67bhp along with a peak torque of 19Nm that offers a ferocious riding experience. On the other hand, its elder mate, Duke 390 has been equipped with 373.2cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke,liquid-cooled engine that is linked to 6-speed transmission. The motor has been configured to produce an ultimate power of 44bhp and an ultimate torque 35Nm. The throttle response of the machine is efficacious.

Braking & Handling

The motorcycles are equipped with fat tyres at the rear that are further fixed with disc brakes at both the ends. The braking of the machines are quite efficient that brings the bike to a standstill effortlessly with precision. It comprises of 280mm disc brake upfront and a 230mm disc brake at the rear that offers an uncompromised stopping power. The grippy 110/70 R17 front and 150/60 R17 rear tyres have a good adhesion property and provide an uncompromised stability on all surfaces. The suspension system of the bike includes WP upside down forks at the front and WP monoshock at the rear that absorbs the harshness and uneasiness of the road quite efficiently.

Safety Features

KTM Duke features a 280mm disc brake upfront along with a 230mm disc brake at the rear that offers a good bite and works fine in all conditions. The powerful 12V-60/55W headlight brightens up the road well and gives proper visibility at nights. The pass-by switch ensures easy and safe overtakings by alerting the approaching traffic in a convenient way. The maintenance free battery cuts down on maintenance costs and proves pocket friendly. The reliable WP suspension at the front as well as rear gulps in the harshness of the road with ease and offers a smooth and comfortable ride. 


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News Update

2nd September, 2015: KTM 200 Duke was the first bike to be launched in India by the renowned Austrian motorcycle manufacturer. After a few months, its elder mate KTM 390 Duke found its way to India. Both the machines are designed on the same lines but the 390 is features some advance features like Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS). According to some reports, another Duke is planning to mark its footprints in India as Duke 690. Few months back, KTM silently launched the upgraded version of 390 Duke that features a slipper clutch along with RC-inspired handlebar grip. The existing models are priced at Rs. 1.36 lac for KTM Duke 200 and Rs. 1.87 lac for KTM Duke 390 (both prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). The upcoming Duke 690 is expected to come sporting a price tag of around Rs. 4.5 lacs. The bikes come in three colours: Orange, White and Black.  

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