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KTM Duke 200 Highlights

The latest KTM Duke 200 got some cosmetic updates recently to make it look more sporty and stylish. The updated naked street bike looks more attractive than its previous version, but still doesn’t really showcase the new design language that the 390 Duke and 250 Duke received. The latest variant gets new graphics, orange alloy wheels, a new livery, and two new black and White paint schemes, with the existing orange colour paint scheme being still on offer. It continues with its highly informative instrument console which includes a clock, Tripmeter, Odometer, and Distance to Empty Indicator.
 
The mechanics remain unchanged and the latest KTM Duke 200 continues to draw power from a 199.5cc, single-cylinder, 4-Stroke, DOHC, liquid-cooled and BS-IV compliant engine that generates a maximum power of 25.1PS at 10000 rpm and a peak torque of 19.2Nm at 8000rpm, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. As per the company claims, it can reach a top speed of 135kmph and returns a mileage of 35Kmpl.
 
The KTM 200 Duke is currently offered only in one variant which is priced at Rs 1.50 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) and stands against the likes of the TVS RTR 200 and the Bajaj Pulsar NS 200.

Pros

  • Excellent Performance
  • Top-spec cycle parts
  • Feature-list

Cons

  • Dated Design
  • Frantic Motor
  • No ABS Option

Verdict

The KTM 200 Duke is a feature-packed pocket rocket that’s always ‘ready to race’. Some like its exhaust note while others hate it but everyone agrees that it deserves a role in the Transformers movies. This Duke is a proper hooligan that’s better suited for our streets than a fully-faired supersport motorcycle. Just be careful with the underbelly exhaust while going over speed breakers

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KTM Duke 200 Price

The least priced variant is  KTM 200 Duke BS6  priced at Rs. 1,72,449 and the most priced variant is KTM 200 Duke BS4  priced at Rs. 1,86,882.

KTM Duke 200 Price List

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BS6 199.5 cc, Rs1,72,449
BS4 199.5 cc, Rs1,86,882
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KTM Duke 200 Specifications

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Engine 199.5 cc

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200 Duke Expert Review

Here is what our experts feel about 200 Duke

First launched in India in 2012, the KTM 200 Duke is one of the country's first performance-oriented motorcycles in the 200cc segment. The bike introduced to the Indian market by the Austrian bikemakers Indian partner, Bajaj Auto, that is also manufacturing small-capacity KTM bike in India, including the one we are talking about.
Currently, at Rs 1.5 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) the 200 Duke is the least priced KTM motorcycle that one can buy in India. Till the date, the bike has gone through some updates as well but all of them were limited to new colour schemes. Still, it is one of the best looking and performing motorcycle in its segment which are the reasons Bajaj is still selling it in good numbers.
Talking about the competition, there is just one direct rival in the form of the higher priced Benelli TNT 250. However, the KTM 200 Duke also gets some heat from the lower priced Yamaha FZ25.

The KTM 200 Duke continues to follow the first global design which was used for the small-capacity naked motorcycles of the company. The bike has been built on a space trellis frame and a minimalistic body concept has been used which leaves the black painted frame naked under the fuel tank. Its 11-litre fuel tank comes with a sculpted plastic cladding that provides the bike with a very masculine appeal.

It gets a small headlamp with tiny bikini fairing which looks good with its wide, black inverted forks. The 200 Duke comes with a large LCD screen for the instrument cluster which is one of the major highlights and compliments the modern design as well. As the company uses a minimalistic design approach, the bike doesn’t get side panels and the rear ones are sleeker too. With a short tail, the motorcycle provides a mass forward architecture that looks well-proportioned and also helps in the handling. The rear gets a small tail lamp along with a large mudguard to resist water and mud from splashing on the follower.

The bike offers a seat height of 810mm along with a ground clearance of 170mm and weighs 134 kilograms in dry condition (no fuel and lubricants).

The KTM 200 Duke is equipped with a 199.5cc, single-cylinder engine which comes mated to a six-speed gearbox via a wet multi-plate type clutch assembly. The motor gets liquid-cooling for better efficiency and long-run performance. The four-valve engine is fed by an electronic fuel injection for a smooth delivery and improved fuel efficiency. The company says that it makes a maximum power of 26PS and delivers a peak torque of 19.2Nm.

The KTM 200 Duke is capable of doing a 0-60kmph sprint in less than 3.5 seconds and has a top speed of 135kmph.

Being the lightest and most compact machine in its segment, the KTM 200 Duke offers excellent handling, especially on streets and urban roads. The suspension set-up of the motorcycle includes premium 43mm up-side down telescopic forks at the front from WP suspensions. At the rear, it gets a hydraulic shock absorber from the same company which is quite popular for making off-roading motorcycle suspensions and parts. Both the front and the rear suspensions offer a travel of 150mm which is even sufficient for uneven roads or rural terrains.

Braking duties are handled by a 300mm disc brake with four-piston radial fixed calliper on the front wheel and a 230mm disc brake with single-piston floating calliper on the rear wheel. Both the brakes from Bybre provide impressive stopping power to the 200 Duke. The company, however, doesn’t offer Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) even as an optional feature. The bike runs on 17-inch alloy wheels which come shod with a meaty 150/60 section tyre at the rear and 110/70 section rubber up front. The wide tubeless tyres provide excellent grip and confidence throughout the speed range in both straights and corners.

The KTM 200 Duke comes with the best-in-class braking set-up and widest tyres in its segment to boost the rider’s confidence. However, unavailability of the ABS option is one of its biggest drawbacks.

It also gets a big positioning lamp below the main headlamp for enhanced visibility. Its large LCD instrument panel offers a host of information and the bike comes with one of the most premium suspension setups in the segment.

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