KTM Duke Comparison: 125 vs 200 vs 250 vs 390

KTM is expanding gradually, not just taking care of the riders who demand more power, but also bringing restricted power and impressive designing into consideration. The launch of KTM Duke 125 at INR 1.18 lakh, along with the introduction of updated Duke 200 at INR 1.60 lakh, has made their lineup more fulfilling than ever. Both the bikes are seen with 1-channel ABS for more confident amateur riding.

KTM 125 Duke
KTM 125 Duke

The flagship KTM Duke 390 already came with all the goodies, sharing its basic design with the quarter-litre streetfighter. It is priced at INR 2.44 lakh, using Metzeler tires, better TFT digital console, LED headlight, ride-by-wire and bigger 320mm front disc brake as exclusive options. On the other hand, the 250 Duke is using a unique headlight, along with the similar exhaust and basic design lines as Duke 390.

KTM 200 Duke
KTM 200 Duke

The price for KTM Duke 250 ABS is INR 1.94 lakh (ex-showroom). This kept INR 34000 worth difference from the Duke 200 and even bigger INR 50000 of a gap with the Duke 390. It means that those looking for the Duke 390 styling can save this amount by compromising on power while fans of Duke 200 can also save INR 42,000 by getting Duke 125.

KTM 250 Duke
KTM 250 Duke

Power is not always the first priority of a large section of buyers and availability of KTM 125 Duke and 250 Duke will definitely help buyers realize their design dreams within a fixed budget. If seen practically, the power output of Duke 125 is good enough to pull away from the city traffic and ride comfortably at around 80-90 kph. All bikes are available with similar tire size, with first three options getting MRF rubber.

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KTM 390 Duke
KTM 390 Duke

KTM Duke Series Comparison

Engine Displacement

  • Duke 125 – 124.7cc
  • Duke 200 – 199.5cc
  • Duke 250 – 248.8cc
  • Duke 390 – 373.2cc

Maximum Power

  • Duke 125 – 14.5 HP @ 9,250 rpm
  • Duke 200 – 25 HP @ 10,000 rpm
  • Duke 250 – 30 HP @ 9,000 rpm
  • Duke 390 – 43.5 HP @ 9,000 rpm

Maximum Torque

  • Duke 125 – 12 Nm @ 8,000 rpm
  • Duke 200 – 19.2 Nm @ 8,000 rpm
  • Duke 250 – 24 Nm @ 7,500 rpm
  • Duke 390 – 37 Nm @ 7,000 rpm

Wet Weight

  • Duke 125 – 148 kg
  • Duke 200 – 148 kg
  • Duke 250 – 166 kg
  • Duke 390 – 166.6 kg

Seat Height

  • Duke 125 – 818mm
  • Duke 200 – 810mm
  • Duke 250 – 830mm
  • Duke 390 – 830mm

Ground Clearance

  • Duke 125 – 175mm
  • Duke 200 – 165mm
  • Duke 250 – 185mm
  • Duke 390 – 185mm

Fuel Tank Capacity

  • Duke 125 – 10.2 litre
  • Duke 200 – 10.2 litre
  • Duke 250 – 13.5 litre
  • Duke 390 – 13.5 litre

Top Speed (Approx.)

  • Duke 125 – 115 kmph
  • Duke 200 – 138 kmph
  • Duke 250 – 142 kmph
  • Duke 390 – 167 kmph

Ex-Showroom Price

  • Duke 125 ABS – INR 1.18 lakh
  • Duke 200 ABS – INR 1.60 lakh
  • Duke 250 ABS – INR 1.94 lakh
  • Duke 390 ABS – INR 2.44 lakh

ABS Type

  • Duke 125 ABS – 1-Channel
  • Duke 200 ABS – 1-Channel
  • Duke 250 ABS – 2-Channel
  • Duke 390 ABS – 2-Channel
KTM 390 Duke Console
KTM 390 Duke is the only Duke model in India to get a TFT Console
KTM 125 Duke, 200 Duke and 250 Duke have same instrument console
KTM Duke Comparison: 125 vs 200 vs 250 vs 390
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