Key Specs of 200 Duke
KTM 200 Duke Highlights
KTM has updated its entire lineup to meet the BS6 emission norms, making them the first bike maker to be fully-future emission compliant. There are a lot of changes done to the KTM 200 Duke BS6 which now gets the same styling as the 250 Duke. The 1290 Super Duke-derived body work as well as the split-trellis frame make their way on to the 200 Duke. The new price for the 200 Duke BS6 is Rs 1,72,749 (ex-showroom Delhi), which is Rs 10,496 more than the BS4 bike.
The KTM 200 Duke is powered by a 199.5cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor that continues to produce the same 25PS and 19.3Nm in its BS6 trim. Drive is sent to the rear wheel via a 6-speed gearbox and chain final drive. The engine is housed in a trellis frame suspended on a 43mm WP upside-down fork and preload-adjustable mono-shock. 17-inch alloy wheels are wrapped in MRF tubeless radial tyres. Dual-channel ABS comes as standard from the BS6 model. The BS4 model only got a single-channel ABS unit.
Styling of the BS4 model had remained largely unchanged since it was first launched in 2012. Hence, KTM has sought to refresh the look of the naked motorcycle. The Duke gets a fully digital instrument cluster, which also displays a clock, tripmeter, odometer and distance to empty.
KTM 200 Duke Pros and Cons
Things We Like in 200 Duke
- Best-in-class performance
- High-spec cycle parts
- Good value
Things We Don't Like in 200 Duke
- Poor NVH levels
- High asking price
- Aggressive motor might be a handful for new riders
200 Duke Price
|200 Duke BS6199.5 cc||Rs.1,72,749|
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KTM Bike Showrooms in Delhi
- Connaught Place KTM
L1, Ground Floor, Plot No: 3 &4, Outerwing, Connaught Place, New Delhi,Delhi., Delhi 110001
- Narela KTM
42/9 Safiabad Road, New Delhi, Delhi., Delhi 110040
- Delhi West KTM
Main Najafgarh Road, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi., Delhi 110059
- Moti Nagar KTM
KLJ Complex, Nazafgarh Road, Moti Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi., Delhi 110015
- Lajpat Nagar KTM
K-96, Central Market, Lajpat Nagar-II, New Delhi, Delhi., Delhi 110024
price in India
|Hyderabad||Rs. 1.72 Lakh|
|Pune||Rs. 1.71 Lakh|
|Bangalore||Rs. 1.72 Lakh|
|Kolkata||Rs. 1.72 Lakh|
|Delhi||Rs. 1.72 Lakh|
|Mumbai||Rs. 1.71 Lakh|
The KTM 200 Duke is a one-of-its-kind motorcycle available in the market. The skinny sport motorcycle comes equipped with ultra-modern biking features. The bike’s design has been inspired by its elder sibling, the 390 Duke. Aside from a few cosmetic changes, the bike remains the same as earlier. It comes with a new livery and new colours - black and white paint jobs, orange alloy wheels and revised graphics. However, the existing orange color is still on offer. Some notable features of the bike include an all-digital instrument console which, in addition to essential readouts like odometer, speedometer and trip meter, gets a clock and a distance-to-empty indicator. Additionally, it gets an underbelly exhaust and an LED tail light.
Powering the 200 Duke is a 199.5cc, DOHC single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, BSIV-compliant engine that churns out 25.8PS of maximum power at 10,000rpm and a peak torque of 19.2 Nm at 8000rpm, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The bike tips the scale at 134kg (kerb) and can touch a top speed of 135kmph. KTM claims that it can return a fuel economy of 35kmpl. It comes with a fuel tank capacity of 11 litres. Suspension duties are handled by 43mm WP USD front forks and a WP monoshock unit at the rear. Braking is via a 300mm front disc and a 230mm disc at the rear. The KTM 200 Duke retails at a price of Rs 1.5 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) and rivals the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 and the TVS RTR 200 in India.
Design and Features
The KTM 200 Duke is one of the quirkiest bikes available in India. It stands apart from the rest of the street bikes, predominantly due to its minimalistic styling. It features a sharp halogen headlight, muscular and chiselled fuel tank, split seats and a naked trellis frame. The chunky tail section adds to its sporty character and gets an LED light. The highlight of the bike is the all-digital instrument console that keeps you up to date with the remaining range, real-time mileage and fuel consumption, in addition to essentials like speedometer, tachometer, trip meter and odometer. Aside from the orange colour, the new KTM 200 Duke gets two new colours, white and black. The bike comes fitted with new orange alloy wheels, again very unconventional.
Engine and Performance
The KTM 200 Duke is powered by a 199.5cc, DOHC single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, BSIV-compliant engine which churns out 25.8PS of power at 10,000rpm and 19.2Nm of torque at 8000rpm, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. KTM claims that it can return a fuel economy of 35kmpl. It comes with a fuel tank capacity of 11 litres. It tips the scale at 134kg (kerb) and features a seat height of 810mm - on the higher side as compared to the rivals the Pulsar NS 200 (805mm) and the TVS Apache RTR 200 (800mm).
Braking and Handling
The KTM 200 Duke features a lightweight yet strong steel trellis frame. Suspension duties are taken care of by 43mm WP upside-down forks at the front and a WP monoshock suspension at the rear. Braking is via disc brakes at both ends - a 300mm disc with a four-piston caliper at the front and a 230mm disc with a single-piston floating caliper at the rear. Unfortunately, there is no ABS. KTM has equipped the bike with 17-inch alloy wheels which are wrapped in tubeless tyres - 110/70-17 front and 150/60-17 rear.
Safety and Features
For safety, the bike comes with disc brakes at both ends. Apart from this, there is nothing special as far as safety is concerned.