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KTM Bikes

KTM bikes India offers 8 new models in India with price starts at Rs. 1.42 Lakh and goes up to Rs. 3.04 Lakh . The popular bikes of KTM include 200 Duke (Rs. 1.76 Lakh), 125 Duke (Rs. 1.42 Lakh) and RC 200 (Rs. 2 Lakh) . The cheapest KTM bike is 125 Duke (Rs. 1.42 Lakh) and the most expensive one is 390 Adventure (Rs. 3.04 Lakh). KTM bikes in India are expected to launch 1290 Super Duke R (Rs. 12.5 Lakh), 790 Duke (Rs. 8.63 Lakh) and 490 Duke (Rs. 3.5 Lakh) in the year 2020-2021 . Select a KTM bike to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

KTM Bikes Price List (2020) in India

ModelEx-showroom Price
KTM 200 DukeRs. 1.76 Lakh
KTM 125 DukeRs. 1.42 Lakh
KTM RC 200Rs. 2 Lakh
KTM 390 DukeRs. 2.57 Lakh
KTM RC 125Rs. 1.59 Lakh
KTM RC 390Rs. 2.53 Lakh
KTM 250 DukeRs. 2.05 Lakh
KTM 390 AdventureRs. 3.04 Lakh

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About KTM Bikes

With its headquarters in Austria, KTM is one of the world’s most renowned bike manufacturers. The company is well known for its prowess in off-road racing as well as road racing. All of its motorcycles are properly sporty-looking, befitting the tagline “Ready To Race”. The Austrian bike maker teamed up with Bajaj Auto and forayed into the Indian market back in 2012 with the KTM 200 Duke. Over the years, the brand has launched many motorcycles including the top-of-the-line KTM 790 Duke. KTM proactively updated its lineup with BS6 compliance well before the emission deadline of April 1, 2020. KTM is expected to launch the 790 Adventure and the BS6-compliant 790 Duke in 2020. If we’re lucky, the Austrian hooligan maker might also launch the KTM 890 Duke R in India, presumably in late 2020.

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KTM User Reviews

  • RC 390
    4.2
    395 reviews & ratings
    RC 390

    I have been using RC390 2018 model from last 8 months. During this period, I have done two long rides i.e. 1- Chikmangluru trip from Hyd (2000 km) in 3days2- Bhubaneswar from Hyd (1100 km) in 17hrsI mentioned above trips because it would help in understanding mileage and comfort.Talking about the mileage: in Hyd during city rides I use to get 19 or 20 kmpl.But in long rides:Avg Speed > 110 kmph : 30 - 33 kmplAvg speed 80 - 100 kmph : 33 - 35 kmplAvg speed 70 - 80 kmph : 37 kmpl approxI have not ridden below 70 avg 😅And coming to comfort, the seat is very hard, so I felt like it is burning after 350 Kms. The shocks are stiff so if the road is not buttery smooth it will be too hectic. After my trip to Bhubaneswar, wrist and neck pain lasted around 10days. I felt Wrist pain can be avoided using cushioned gloves And neck/back pain can be avoiding by using saddle bags.Overall the bike demands a fit guy to cover such distance using a RC, I am saying it as my friends were not able to ride this for more than 30minutes even, where as I was able to cover such distance. Coming to performance, I am very happy with its power delivery. I feel continuous acceleration till 160 kmph. 320mm front disc give good bite. And the last one is the tyres. They are damn good. Whether it is a dry or wet road it does not matter too much. Whether it’s a long stretch or curvy road in hilly areas I was confident throughout my rides due to the tyres and brakes.I see it is a fair deal by KTM. I mean the sharp design, performance etc everything is top notch.Note: this is my personal opinion based on my experience so far. Someone else’s review might vary.

    Ayush
    Ayush 2 weeks ago
    RC 390 User Reviews
  • Duke 250
    4.3
    480 reviews & ratings
    Duke 250

    I find that this duke is perfect for city commutes, getting to and from work is fun with this ride. Fun things: Its got power after you rev past a few RPMs, which means it is quick enough and you'll love it.I think this is the best looking ride in the naked bike segment in its class and slightly above as well. If you ride 20kms rather economically every day, Rs. 00 per week should cover your fuel expenditure. It is quite comfortable for those relatively long rides. The headaches: Sluggish performance when accelerating to the mid range from the low range, it"s almost as if though it does not want to sprint. Very annoying and dangerous whilst trying to overtake. Brakes are simply not powerful enough for the power output or high speeds. The absence of an ABS makes it worse and dangerous at high speeds. You would have to take it to a technician every now and then to adjust the slack on the chain for optimum performance. Parts tend to get damaged quickly within a year, and screws, nuts and bolts tend to fall off rather quickly. The rear shock absorber for instance was totally replaced even though I had been using it for city commute. The halogen bulb headlight makes the bike look bad. Could have come with a TFT screen. Conclusion: Fun city bike with enough power to thrill on an occasional long jaunt. You"ll eventually love riding it around town as long its maintained well at short intervals.

    Adrian
    Adrian 10 months ago
    Duke 250 User Reviews
  • Duke 125
    4.1
    544 reviews & ratings
    Duke 125

    KTM launched this bike to make the brand more accessible for the masses, as the Duke 200 was almost 2.10 lakh on road last year. The bike is a huge success in european market. The reason being the L1 lisence restriction, the bikes under L1 category are limited to 11kw (15bhp). So in european countries you have to level up eventually to a big bike. I've been riding this bike for over a year now and this doesn't feel like your typical 125cc bike. It's fast, agile and engine is peppy and the power output is best in class. It's a little underpowered for me and but the bike's handling capabilities is what kept me excited. You can easily commute on this bike, no heat issues faced so far. Rider comfort is good and pillion isn't. And as speaking for its highway capabilities the engine is stress free upto 75kmph at 6200 rpm and you can maintain this crusing speed without any worries, but you downshift regularly while overtaking. It retuned me around 48km/l on highways. Who should buy this bike?, well it's for new riders for whom budget isn't the limitation. For college students who want own a good bike for daily commute and wanna look cool in college and for the KTM enthusiastic who wants the taste of the brand first hand and is on a budget. (I know Duke 125 is costly, but it's most accessible KTM available in India).

    Ritish
    Ritish 5 months ago
    Duke 125 User Reviews
  • Duke 250
    4.3
    480 reviews & ratings
    Duke 250

    In my opinion no bike comes near to styling of KTM Duke 250. Whenever I park my bike anywhere some people always try to touch my bike. In my office people whom I don"t know also know me by the bike. When it comes to power it"s got crazy power packed if you are beginner u will definitely lose the handlebars once this beast accelerates. I ride rough so I get mileage between 20-25 in city maybe if I ride smoothly I might get 30. Exhaust note is really beautiful once u go faster with higher rpm. When i bought bike my bike had lot of vibrations which went of after 1000km. Its a bike for people who don"t care about spending money. This bike has wide handlebars so it"s sometimes difficult to get through small gaps. This bike is also very heavy at 166kg if you are weak guy u will have lot of trouble moving the bike. Also the seat height is very high for 5"10 because sometimes when the ground level is a little lower than normal (like pothole or something) u will find it difficult to put legs down. But this can be avoided to certain extent by adjusting the rear suspension.I wouldn"t recommend this bike for short guys.Maintenance cost is around 1k per service.

    Tauqeer
    Tauqeer 10 months ago
    Duke 250 User Reviews
  • Duke 200
    4.2
    973 reviews & ratings
    Duke 200

    Really worth the price . The ride quality and its performance is just awesome. The mileage is good in respect to a 200cc motorcycle. I really loved it. It has a high seat which causes trouble for short riders like me, I am 5.5 ft tall and mostly struggles while taking you turns and at traffic signal stops otherwise every thing is fine. Further I could lower the seat height by adjusting suspension setup but the service center told me not to do it as the KTM company has set it by keeping balanced setup any changes in it can make it worse and reasult in a accident. I kept it as it is though I am struggling but as time passes I will get accustomed with it and learn the tricks and techniques to control the bike smoothly. I will recommend any below 5.5ft height should avoid choosing KTM bikes. Though below 5.5 ft height guys can drive the bike but its very difficult to cope up. I got a mileage of 40 kmpl on my daily commuits.The bike itself is a Beast. I love what ever i have got from ktm at the price point neglecting the height factor. I really love it.#Get Duked#Ready To Race

    Arijit
    Arijit 1 month ago
    Duke 200 User Reviews
  • Duke 200
    4.2
    973 reviews & ratings
    Duke 200

    Performance is superb, styling is superb, mileage is okay I have got 32 kmpl on duke 200 in city. My city is not so crowded but on highways when I was constantly driving above 130 km/hr average was between 22-28 kmpl. Duke 200 gets heated in number to bumper traffic that’s a con of this bike. Moreover comfort is also okay not a comfortable seat on this bike to ride for long hours. I drove about 950 kms in a day and my backbone was fine no problems but seat is a bit stiff. The cushion is stiff but that’s not a major issues seat can be replaced too. Ktm duke 200 still thrills me every time I accelerate and I love this bike it’s my first bike. It’s best for single passenger. The bike is so responsive that if you give sudden acceleration then it can scare the pillion rider.If a rider wants to enjoy riding alone go for this bike. It has the best power to weight ratio.

    Pavitra
    Pavitra 1 month ago
    Duke 200 User Reviews

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Which is the cheapest KTM bikes in India?

The cheapest KTM bikes in India is 125 Duke, which is priced at Rs. 1.42 Lakh.

What are the commuter bikes manufactured by KTM?

KTM offers 4 commuter bike in India namely KTM 200 Duke, KTM 125 Duke, KTM 390 Duke and KTM 250 Duke.

Which are the best KTM bikes under 2 lakh?

The popular bikes offered by KTM in this segment are KTM 200 Duke, KTM 125 Duke and KTM RC 125

What is the price range of KTM bikes?

KTM bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 1.42 Lakh to Rs. 3.04 Lakh.