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KTM 125 Duke Specifications

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Emission Type : BS6
Mileage : NA
Engine Displ. : 124.7 cc
Brakes Front : Disc
Max Power : 14.5 PS @ 9250 rpm
Kerb Weight : NA
Starting : Self Start Only
Wheels Type : Alloy
Tyre Type : Tubeless
Digital Fuel Indicator : NA
Standard Warranty (Years) : NA
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Specifications of KTM 125 Duke

KTM 125 Duke is powered by 124.7 cc engine.This Duke 125 engine generates a power of 14.5 PS @ 9250 rpm and a torque of 12 Nm @ 8000 rpm. KTM 125 Duke gets Disc brakes in the front and rear. KTM 125 Duke has Tubeless Tyre and Alloy Wheels.

KTM 125 Duke Specs Overview

Engine124 CC
Fuel Tank Capacity10.5 Liters
Seat Height1083 mm
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KTM 125 Duke Specifications Summary

125 Duke Variants Key Specifications Key Features
BS6
Rs. 1.42 Lakh
124.7 cc view all Disc Brakes Front, Alloy Wheels, Tubeless Tyre, Digital Fuel Indicator view all

KTM 125 Duke Overview

KTM 125 Duke
KTM 125 Duke
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KTM 125 Duke User Reviews

4.1 /5
886 reviews
  • Performance
    4.3/5
  • Comfort
    4.2/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.4/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    3.6/5
  • Mileage
    3.9/5

Preferred For : Daily Commute

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  • 4.6

    styalis bike good good bahdjajgs

  • 5.0

    good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good

  • 2.6

    racing bike edition of 2020 and my feoruit

  • 5.0

    that is good milage and they was good product

  • 4.2

    Good for a long journey and it also has a powerful engine plus fast pickup that's all for about KTM.

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  • 3.8

    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).

  • 3.8

    I searched for true specs of KTM DUKE 125 Indian Model. Here are the specs you didn"t know about the bike:Top Speed: 125.529 KMPHFuel Tank Range: 288 KMSAverage fuel consumption: 32 KMPLFuel Capacity: 11LSeat height:810mmThe 43mm upside-down forks are by WP, as is the adjustable, linked rear shock, the four-piston radial front brakes are produced by Bybre (an Indian division of Brembo) and all the lights – from tail to indicators – are LEDs. The service intervals are a relatively short 3,106 miles. The gearbox is smooth and there"s not too much vibration.Basically, this was introduced for Europe but in 2016, it has been discontinued in 2016. Now, KTM bring it back Duke200 styled Duke125 to India.

  • 4.6

    Best for beginners.Easy to handle.Premium parts.But there's a problem with servicing centre.They always fools you and try to take more money from your pocket. Don't even do the complete work in free servicing. Ktm service centre are the worst in my experience. Never gonna buy more cc bikes from ktm they'll destroy your bike and your wallet too. Overall Bikes are good from ktm. But service they are providing sucks!!!

  • 5.0

    well its good but its too slow comparing to other bike like v3 cause the yamaha v3 is a very good bhp the ktm duke 125 should mske 155 cc too and the recell price will be good

  • 3.4

    I guess this is a stupid price for such basic features, ya looks are good but the performance is suitable for beginners...I don"t know why they hiked the price...this doesn"t make any sense....u guys better go for Duke 200 or pulsar rs200...Apache rtr 200 4v is the best option

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Q. When will launch 125 Duke facelift?
  • As of now, there is no official update available from the brand side. We would suggest you to wait for the official announcement. Stay hooked with ZigWheels for further updates.
Q. What should I buy, Classic 350 or KTM 125 Duke?
  • Selecting between the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and KTM 125 Duke would depend on various factors budget, preference of the segment, features required, usage of the bike, etc. If you are looking for a comfortable cruiser with a torquey motor, quintessential classic motorcycle styling and great touring capabilities, then you may opt for the Classic 350. On the other hand, 125 Duke serves as the perfect stepping stone to performance-oriented motorcycles. Also, it stands as the most premium motorcycle in this capacity segment. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership. Read More: - KTM Duke 125 vs Royal Enfield Classic 350 - BS6 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Road Test Review
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