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  • Srinivas_Snazy has asked a question about Duke 125

    Q. We want Duke 125s old look is that available in 2021

    A. The 2021 KTM 125 Duke will shed the almost decade-old design and the don the new, sharper styling seen on the 2020 200 Duke. The bike will get a trellis frame with a bolt-on subframe and a new halogen headlamp with LED DRLs. The updated styling will have a functional benefit too as the tank capacity will increase from 9.5 litres to 13.5 litres. Unlike the international model, the Indian version won’t carry the side-slung unit. It’s likely to flaunt the same underbelly exhaust from the KTM 200 Duke. We also expect the bike to get the updated LCD dash from the 250 Adventure.

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  • comedy_Guru_2 has asked a question about Duke 125

    Q. What is the first down payment?

    A. In general, the down payment remains in between 10-30% of the on-road price of the vehicle and ROI varies between 10-12% and it totally depends on the CIBIL/Credit score of an individual. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms.

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  • murugan_murugan_58 has asked a question about Duke 125

    Q. KTM DUKE 125 is suitable for long drive??

    A. Being a 125, there’s only so much power you can extract, and it lacks the outright frantic nature that KTMs are known for. The sixth gear is tall, but there’s just no power if you need to quickly accelerate, demanding a couple of downshifts to get the engine back into the powerband. At 60kmph in 6th gear, the tacho hovers just above the 5000rpm mark, while 100kmph arrives a bit over 8000rpm. It takes its own time to crack the ton as the powerband fizzles out post 90kmph. In our test, the motorcycle reached a top-speed of 106.54kmph - a little over 3kmph more than the Honda CB Shine SP, which is not saying much. If you’re expecting KTM level of performance, then you need to look elsewhere. You may consider it for long rides only if you like calm riding. The engine feels smooth both in the city and on the highway, and this makes for a fatigue-free ride. Do take a test ride in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.

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