After launching the updated KTM RC range recently, the Austrian brand has officially launched its 2020 KTM Duke series in the Indian market. Updated with a BS6-compliant engine, all-new colour schemes and some noteworthy features, the bookings for the updated KTM Duke motorcycles have been commenced at the selected dealerships while the deliveries will commence soon.
2020 KTM Duke Series Launched
Ex-Showroom Price List
- Duke 125 – INR 1.38 lakh
- Duke 200 – INR 1.73 lakh
- Duke 250 – INR 2.01 lakh
- Duke 390 – INR 2.53 lakh
The updated KTM Duke 200 is now available in the market at a price tag of INR 1.73 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi), getting a premium of INR 10,496 when compared to its BS4 version. Similarly, the updated KTM Duke 125 is now priced at INR 1.38 lakhs, getting an increase in the price tag by INR 5,541 from its BS4 variant. The updated KTM Duke 250 and the Duke 390 are now available in the market at a revised price tag of INR 2.01 lakhs and INR 2.53 lakhs respectively.
The 2020 KTM Duke 200 is based on a revised design language inspired from the Duke 250 and now features an all-new angular headlight setup mated to LED DRLs, a split seat design as well as a lightweight steel trellis frame.
One of the most sought-after features offered to the updated motorcycle is the dual-channel ABS which will be available as standard. Apart from this, the motorcycle now gets a revised fuel tank capacity of 13.4 litres while the new colour schemes are also appreciated. The 2020 model of the Duke 200 is equipped with a BS6-compliant 199cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine that is good for the same 25HP of maximum power and 19.2Nm of peak torque. The engine remains mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
The 2020 KTM Duke 125 has only been equipped with a BS6-compliant engine while there has been no other cosmetic or mechanical changes offered to the motorcycle variant. The motorcycle will be available to the customers in the same orange/black and white/black colour scheme while the power and torque figures also remain the same at 14.5HP and 12Nm respectively.
The updated KTM Duke 250 will now be available to the customers in a dual-tone colour scheme which includes the combination of black/orange and grey/black while the motorcycle also features revised graphics. Apart from this, the motorcycle remains more or less the same when compared to its BS4 avatar. The BS6-compliant KTM Duke 250 is good for the 30HP @ 9000 rpm and a peak torque of 24Nm @ 7500 rpm. The engine remains mated to a 6-speed transmission.
The 2020 KTM Duke 390 is now available in the markets in a Silver Metallic and Ceramic White colour variants with blacked-out body panels. The motorcycle has been equipped with a Quickshifter+ that allows the rider with clutchless upshifts and downshifts and ensures a more comfortable ride on every terrain. The updated motorcycle also features a dual-channel ABS with SuperMoto mode which allows the rider to turn off the rear wheel ABS.
The BS6-compliant 373.2cc liquid-cooled DOHC single-cylinder engine on the updated Duke 390 is good for offering maximum power of 43.5HP and a peak torque of 37Nm. The engine remains mated to a 6-speed transmission.