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March 30, 2016: The renowned Austrian motorcycle manufacturer has touched the Indian shores with the launch of KTM Duke 200 and it is showing a really decent sales since its inception. It was the first naked bike that was launched by the KTM to the Indian two-wheeler market. The bike is powered by a 200cc, liquid-cooled engine and gets features like inverted front forks and a futuristic body design. It is available in three colors namely: Orange, White and Read more...
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KTM Duke 200 is a naked bike that was launched by the KTM-Sportmotorcycle AG in the Indian two-wheeler market, few years ago. Since its inception, the bike receives a lot of attention and appreciation from the youth due to its wonderful body design and a smooth yet powerful motor.
Duke 200 is naked bike powered by a 199.5cc, single cylinder, four-stroke, fuel injected powerplant with liquid-cooling, four-valves and a close ratio six-speed gearbox. The fuel injected mill uses the wet multiplate clutch setup for power transmission. The race inspired engine pushes Duke 200 to a top speed of 135 kmph.
The bike is built on a naked bike concept and resembles its elder mate Duke 390. The front fascia of the machine is amended by a diamond shaped headlamp with a positioning lamp stacked below it. Furthermore, it features LED turn indicators that are embedded on the visor and has a sporty split seat that offer optimum comfort to the rider as well as the rear. It has also been furnished with an easy to read and informative fully digital instrument console. Talking about to the rear, it sports a rear grab rail and triangular tail lamp unit fitted on the rear fender along with clear lens turn indicators.
KTM Duke 200 is received too much fame due to its keen and aggressive styling that well suits its naked profile. It incorporates plain and simple orange stickers. At the front, it has keen headlamp unit along with a positioning light fitted just below it. The highly raised fuel tank looks appealing with the elegant tank scoops and gives an upright riding position to the rider. Furthermore, it sports a sporty split, step up a seat that offers a high-end comfort to the rider as well as the pillion and improves its visuals. Coming to the rear, it has a small triangular tail lamp unit that further adds some more glow to its overall aesthetics.
Bolted on a power-coated tubular steel frame, the bike has a body measurement of 2002 mm in length, 873 mm in width, 1274 mm in height that gives it a respectable appearance on the streets. A minimum ground clearance of 165mm ensures superior stability around the corners whereas a wheelbase of 1361 mm promises a nimble handling. It has also been aided with a 10.5-liter fuel tank. The instrument console is fully digital and lights up with a “Ready to Race” statement when the ignition is turned on. It comprises of a speedometer, tachometer, twin trip meters, clock, fuel gauge and a gear shift light.
KTM Duke 200 is technically a 199.5cc naked bike that is built with a single cylinder, 4-stroke liquid-cooled, spark-ignition engine that is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The mill is tuned to develop 24.67 bhp of power at 10000 rpm along with 19 Nm of torque at 8000 rpm that offers a ravening riding experience. The fuel injected mill has a power oriented bore x stroke ratio of 72 mm x 49 mm. With the hardware arrangement, the bike can sprint 0-60 kmph in just 3.30 secs and can achieve a maximum speed of 138 kmph.
Duke 200 is equipped with an 110/70 R17 front and 150/60 R17 rear sticky tubeless tyres that have a good grip and offer a rigid stability on all surfaces. Both tyres are further fitted over stylish alloy wheels. The braking system is quite effective that bring the bike to a standstill effortlessly with precision. It features a 280mm disc brake at the front and a 230mm disc brake at the rear hence gives a sound stopping power. The suspension system of the bike comprises of WP upside down forks at the front and WP mono shock at the rear that gulps the harshness and discomfort of the road quite effectively.
The bike is furnished with a powerful 12V-60/55W headlight that illuminate the road well and offers a good visibility at night. The reliable WP suspension at the front as well as rear absorbs the harshness of the road with ease and offers a smooth and comfortable ride.
Race inspired Design
Lacks Anti-Lock Braking System
Engine vibrations at higher speeds
March 30, 2016: The renowned Austrian motorcycle manufacturer has touched the Indian shores with the launch of KTM Duke 200 and it is showing a really decent sales since its inception. It was the first naked bike that was launched by the KTM to the Indian two-wheeler market. The bike is powered by a 200cc, liquid-cooled engine and gets features like inverted front forks and a futuristic body design. It is available in three colors namely: Orange, White and Black. The bike is priced at Rs. 1,43,397 (Ex-showroom, Delhi).