KTM 200 Duke STD

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Engine 199.5 cc Mileage35 Kmpl Top Speed135 KmphView All Specs
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200 Duke STD Price in Delhi

VariantSTD
Ex-ShowroomRs1,48,160
RTORs12,412
InsuranceRs4,081
Others
Handling ChargesRs1,096
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On Road PriceRs1,65,749
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200 Duke STD comparison with other variants

VariantSTDSTD 2017
On Road Price Rs1,65,749 Rs1,56,775
EMIRs 4,761Rs 4,506
Front BrakeDiscDisc
Rear BrakeDiscDisc
Wheel TypeAlloyAlloy
ABSNoNo
CBSNoYes
Start TypeSelf Start OnlySelf Start Only

KTM 200 Duke STD Specifications

Overview

Mileage
35 Kmpl
Front Brake
Disc
Rear Brake
Disc
Wheel Type
Alloy
Starting
Self Start Only
Fuel Capacity
11 Ltrs
Engine Type
Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Liquid Cooled
Displacement
199.5 cc
Maximum Speed
135 Kmph
Gear Box
6 Speed
Fuel Type
Petrol

Engine and Transmission

Engine Type
Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Liquid Cooled
Displacement
199.5 cc
Mileage
35 Kmpl
Maximum Power
25.01 PS @10000 rpm
Maximum Torque
19.2 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Starting
Self Start Only
Maximum Speed
135 Kmph
Cooling System
Liquid Cooled
Gear Box
6 Speed
Clutch
Wet Multi-Disc Clutch, Mechanically Actuated
No. of Cylinders
1
Drive Type
Chain Drive
Valves (per cylinder)
4
Bore
72 mm
Stroke
49 mm
Supply System
Fuel Injection
Transmission Type
Manual

Tyres and Brakes

Tyre Size

Front :-110/70 - 17,

Rear :-150/60 - 17

Tyre Type
Tubeless
Radial Tyres
Yes
Wheel Size

Front :-17 inch,

Rear :-17 inch

Front Brake
Disc
Rear Brake
Disc
Optimum Tyre pressure (Rider)
29 psi
Optimum Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
29 psi
Front Brake Diameter
300 mm
Rear Brake Diameter
230 mm

Features and Safety

Speedometer
Digital
Tachometer
Digital
Odometer
Digital
Tripmeter
Digital
ABS
No
CBS
No
Body Graphics
Yes
Carry Hook
No
Fuel economy Indicator
Yes
Seat Type
Split
Console
Digital
Clock
Yes
Passenger Backrest
No
Step-up Seat
Yes
Passenger Footrest
Yes
Underseat Storage
No
Distance to Empty Indicator
Yes

Chassis and Suspension

Chassis/Frame
Steel Trellis Frame, Powder Coated
Front Suspension
WP Upside-Down Ø 43 mm
Rear Suspension
WP, Monoshock

Dimensions

Length
2050 mm
Height
810 mm
Width
730 mm
Ground Clearance
178 mm
Saddle Height
810 mm
Kerb Weight
148 kg
Wheelbase
1367 mm
Fuel Capacity
11 Ltrs

Electricals

Ignition
Digital Ignition
Head Lamp
12 V 60 / 55 W H 4
Tail Lamp
LED
Turn Signal Lamp
LED
Pass Switch
Yes
Battery Type
Lead Acid/Maintenance Free
Battery Capacity
12 V - 8 Ah
Low Fuel Indicator
Yes
Pilot Lamps
Yes
LED Tail Light
Yes

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200 Duke STD Mileage

KTM 200 Duke STD gives a mileage of 35 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.

35 Kmpl

mileage as per ARAI Data

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200 Duke STD Expert Review

The world has seen KTM, the Austrian bike manufacturer, prove its mettle with their naked and off-road bikes. KTM 200 Duke is one such bike, which made its way to India, one of the world's biggest motorcycle markets, on January 24, 2012 as it became the first naked/street bike in India. The KTM-Bajaj alliance made it very clear that it is not going to be a name which will be forgotten soon. So KTM-Bajaj has  priced competitively at Rs. 1,29,000, which is an affordable price tag for a 200 cc naked bike. The best thing about this KTM bike is that is gives you more power than the current available normal 200 cc bikes available in the Indian market. The monster engine of this bike can generate a whooping 25bhp of maximum power and 19.2Nm of peak torque amount. Besides being a performance bike, the 200 Duke scores high in the design and style as it looks more sporty, brawny, and robust with less amount of body panels. Till now the youngsters have shown a keen interest towards this bike and there have been a satisfactory performance from KTM 200 Duke in the market. This has prompted KTM-Bajaj alliance of going a step further, as by the mid of 2013 KTM 390 Duke will be also coming to India after it is first made available in the American and European Markets. Hence, soon the local buyers will have two great options for exploring the off roads. 

KTM 200 Duke designing and styling is one such thing which we Indians had not seen earlier, considering the fact that Yamaha FZ too has got some naked bike looks. But, its the top of the class appeal of this bike which makes it more of a one of its kind bike. This bike is blessed with an attention grabbing headlamp, which does not't sport any visor for giving a slim and sleek look of the headlight on the front. Fort adding a macho feeling the bike is blessed with big and long telescopic forks, which are present on both the sides of a wider front tyre. KTM has kept a short and simple front mudguard which blends in perfectly with the overall masculine build of the bike at the front fascia. The cockpit of this bike gives you a royal feeling as KTM 200 Duke offers a multi-function cockpit, which keeps you up to date with the information about fuel consumption and the remaining range. The best thing about this multi-function cockpit is that the riders have got an option of adding their own individual style with the extensive KTM Power Parts. Keeping in mind the task of providing ample of space and freedom of movement, the 200 Duke has got good dimensional attributes. The gathered sitting position commits itself towards offering comfort and relaxing riding experience during touring and cornering. For ensuring the riders a total optimum control, stability, and balance, the company has kept large contact for the knees of the riders around the fuel tank.

 

 

KTM 200 Duke Appearance
 
When you think about what are the things which make KTM, a KTM, then probably appearance of this bike will be counted among them. The company has continued with similar appearance of the 125 Duke over the 200 Duke. The graphic job done over this bike which easily turns the heads in an instant, looks like a graffiti-themed skateboard park. The sharp and edgy bodywork provided by Gerald Ki ska appeals to the youngsters towards owning a bike which would bring you an awesome looking bike for scoring over girls who like boys riding stylish bikes. The more you look at this model more you will see a bike straight out of a Hollywood sci-fi movie with its big front telescopic forks and a rear swing arm which looks like a bridge grider. The designers have maintained a street-fighter look by sensibly putting up a wide fuel tank which also doubles up as a bikini fairing, the under-engine scoop which properly goes with the overall visuality of the rear tail end, and as you turn towards the side you will see the that wheelbase which embeds beyond the tail emf gives a true street-fighter look to the bike. The racing inspired mono-shock suspension system painted in white attracts the eyes of the viewers. KTM has done an exemplary job by taking away the conventional exhaust and as you look closely you will find it placed neatly right below the engine. This has been done not only for giving some top-of-the class appearance to this mean machine, but for also proving a better mass centralization.

As we earlier stated that KTM 200 Duke is a performance bike, but it is more perfect in a way for those city commuters who easily touch the mark of 100 kmph. Thus, in order of providing such performance even in the city traffic the company fas fitted the 200 Duke with the state-of-the-art, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine similar to the 125 Duke, but a higher displacement value of 199.5 cc. Along with more displacement value, the 200 Duke has been fitted with a wide array of new elements like camshafts, bigger valves, air box, and a large piston. All of these changes in the engine compartment have resulted in churning out more power output of 25bhp at 10,000 rpm and peak torque amount of 19.2Nm at 8,000 rpm. The new camshafts present in the cylinder head set off the four valves with the help of cam levers, which are coated with an ultra-hard carbon for reduced friction release and increased power amount. The engine is mated perfectly with a 6-speed transmission which work fine with the wet multi-disc clutch and the brilliant torque output has resulted in reduced frequent gear shifting. The best thing which the riders will cherish while riding the 200 Duke is that the bike can be easily ridden in 6th gear at speeds as low as 30km/hr and it easily reaches the top speed of 136 kmph.

 

KTM 200 Duke Mileage

 
 
The fuel economy of the 200 Duke is quite satisfactory as with such huge amount of power this bike delivers a fuel efficiency in the range of 28-35 kmpl, depending on the way of riding. But, one can expect this figure to go up by 2-3 kmpl while riding on highways. Thus, on an over all this bike delivers a respectable amount of mileage despite its powerful performance attitude.

Talking about a street fighter bike, its mainly the braking mechanism which define a true street fighter bike. Thus, for making the 200 Duke a complete street fighter, the company has equipped the bike with a first class braking mechanism. This braking mechanism comprises of dual disc brakes at both the front and rear ends. The front tyre has been greeted with a 280 mm disc and a 230 mm wide disc has been deployed on the rear tyre. Thus, the company has paid special amount of attention towards ensuring that riders of a safe ride with complete control on this beast. These brakes prove their worthiness brilliantly over both wet and muddy tracks. The instant braking at greater speeds is not such a big problem when you have got a top of the class braking mechanism.

 

KTM has maintained the same level of attention towards providing the rider and the pillion with a top level of comfortability and stability for delivering a superb handling in the end. The main power working behind this wonderful handling is the wide rear tyre and a longer wheelbase of 1367 mm. As this bike is equipped with very less amount of body fairing and has got a lightweight rear swing arm, you will find an extra stability which will boost up your confidence at high speeds. The marvelous handling has made steering this bike in city traffic quite easy for the riders, which in return makes it more nimble and tough while cornering. The bike has got a good ground clearance of 165 mm and the bike easily gulps down any pothole.

Along with an impeccable braking mechanism KTM 200 Duke has got an applaud able set of suspension forks. For ensuring the rider and the pillion a jerk free ride experience over certified bad Indian tracks, the company has fitted wide telescopic upside down forks shock absorber at the front tyre. While on the other hand you will find a racing inspired mono-shock absorber under the seat for the rear tyre. This perfect combination of modern day suspension mechanism ensures of total safety to the passengers while touring or offraoding. Thus, the scope of jolts and jerks has been reduced to almost negligible levels due to the presence of these shock absorbers.

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