KTM 200 Duke

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KTM 200 Duke Latest Updates

With its third price hike since December 2020, the 200 Duke now retails at Rs 1,83,328 (ex-showroom Delhi). Thankfully, this time, the hike has been nominal. To read more details, head to this story.

KTM 200 Duke Price

KTM 200 Duke price start at Rs. 1.81 Lakh (Ex-Showroom). KTM 200 Duke is offered in only one variant - BS6.

200 Duke Specifications

Power comes from a 199cc liquid-cooled and fuel-injected DOHC, 4-valve motor. The BS6-compliant motor sees no drop in performance and continues to deliver the same 25PS at 10,000rpm and 19.2Nm at 8000rpm. It gets a six-speed gearbox. Given that the 200 Duke BS6 weighs 9kg more than its BS4 predecessor, expect a slight dip in overall performance. The 200 Duke BS6 continues to be the most powerful 200cc motorcycle you can buy in India. The KTM 200 Duke gets a new split trellis frame. This frame seen on the larger 250 Duke and 390 Duke offers better serviceability and is more affordable to replace in case you damage it in a crash. With the new BS6-compliant exhaust, ground clearance has dropped 20mm and is 155mm now. It gets premium WP suspension in the form of 43mm upside-down forks and preload-adjustable monoshock. Braking is via ByBre 300mm front disc with radially mounted callipers and a 230mm rear disc. The tyres continue to be the same 110/70-17 front and 150/60-17 MRF REVZ units.

KTM 200 Duke Variants

The KTM 200 Duke BS6 is available in just one variant.

200 Duke Design

The KTM 200 Duke now looks sharper and identical to the 250 Duke. To tell them apart, KTM has given both motorcycles different liveries. Also, the 250 Duke has a side-slung exhaust while the 200 Duke continues to use an underbelly exhaust setup. The new KTM bike has the ‘Duke’ name across the fuel tank with the 200 logo in smaller font below it. It is available in two new colours: Electronic Orange and Ceramic White.

200 Duke Features

The 200 Duke continues to use a halogen headlamp but now gets LED DRLs. It also has an LED tail lamp and LED turn indicators. The fully digital instrument console has been carried over and includes the speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, real-time mileage, average fuel consumption, and average speed. While the BS4 200 Duke had single-channel ABS, KTM has equipped the 200 Duke BS6 with dual-channel ABS.

KTM 200 Duke Competitors

The KTM 200 Duke competes with the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 and TVS Apache RTR 200. The new Honda Hornet 2.0 is just a rung lower and cannot be considered as its direct rival. While not direct rivals, the Yamaha MT-15, Yamaha FZ 25 and Suzuki Gixxer 250 serve as viable competitors as well.

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KTM 200 Duke Price List in India

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
200 Duke BS6
199 cc |
Rs. 1.81 Lakh
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Editor's View of KTM 200 Duke

  • Upside

    Looks sharp and aggressive, Still great performance for a 200cc bike even today, Now gets dual-channel ABS

  • Downside

    Quite expensive for a 200cc, Motor needs to be revved hard to extract the maximum

  • Our Verdict

    The design update has given the KTM 200 Duke a new lease of life. Also, the fact that the new BS6-compliant motor does not lose out on performance almost makes it feel like a win-win. That said, the substantial hike in price means it is now more expensive than larger motorcycles such as the Suzuki Gixxer 250. However, when it comes to thrills, the KTM 200 Duke delivers it in spades!

200 Duke Detailed Review

The KTM 200 Duke was a game changer for the performance motorcycle segment in India. When it was first introduced in 2012, there were hardly any motorcycles present in its space to give it a good run for its money and those which were there, weren’t exactly affordable (Kawasaki Ninja 300). While it did spark the orange revolution in India, there have been hardly any changes on the bike in the past eight years. And the design has begun to show its age. To top things off, with the arrival of the 125 Duke, the 200 Duke lost its best-selling KTM tag.

However, for 2020 there has been a major overhaul in both the design and mechanical departments, which really seems to prove how important the 200 Duke is to KTM’s product portfolio in India. The questions remain - why is the price premium for the BS6 model of the 200 Duke more than other BS6 KTMs? Is it friendlier? Has the manic mentality been subdued? And most importantly, have the changes made the bike considerably better?

Why the extra price premium?
Every motorcycle that KTM sells in India has been updated to meet the BS6 emission norms. Well, everything aside from the 790 Duke which will receive its BS6 homologation later this year. As a result, prices for the KTMs have gone up by Rs 5,000 to Rs 6,000. KTM had to throw in something extra on each motorcycle to justify the extra moolah. The 390 Duke BS6 now gets the Quickshifter+ system from the 390 Adventure (head here to find out how it works). The 250 Duke BS6 gets a larger 320mm front disc and Supermoto ABS mode. The RC range gets updated liveries.

The 200 Duke BS6 got a new frame, new bodywork and dual-channel ABS. That meant a higher price bump for the bike as it now retails at Rs 1.72 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), roughly Rs 10,000 more than before. KTM has tried to bring about the same level of comfort and ease of rideability from the new 200 Duke as the 250 or the 390 Duke.

Has the manic nature of the engine been subdued?
Heck no! KTM has retained the same free-revving 199cc single-cylinder that introduced us to the mantra of ‘Ready To Race.’ Despite being BS6-compliant, the engine produces the same 25PS and 19.2Nm of torque as before. The motor still feels as peppy as it did in 2012, keeping that wide grin plastered inside your helmet all day long.

Engine vibrations are present beyond 6000rpm. The high strung motor makes its vibrations known at the pegs and fuel tank. But the new plush seat does dampen these vibes to a certain extent, so you don’t feel them much on your bottom.

The exhaust layout has been altered as the pipe now runs from beneath the motor and not around the cylinder head. Even though the 200 Duke continues to run an underbelly end-can, ground clearance has taken a major hit. With just 155mm of clearance (20mm lower than before), you are running a greater risk of scraping the exhaust now. Even though KTM has provided a small protective bash plate, it doesn’t cover the exhaust components. So if you were to go over tall bumps at an odd angle, there’s a chance that you might end up scraping the exhaust pipe.

How is it friendlier?
The biggest change on the 200 Duke BS6 arrives in the form of the bolted-on subframe setup that it shares with the 250 Duke. As a result, the 200 Duke now inherits the same bodywork and ergonomics as its quarter-litre sibling. Seat height has gone up to 823mm, 5mm higher than before. While the increment in seat height is not too much, shorter riders will struggle to reach both of their feet on the ground in city stop-go traffic situations as the wider seat now tends to push your legs further out. But that is hardly a concern once you get moving.

Because once you are on the move, the 200 Duke’s sublime handling characteristics will keep you hooked. The rider’s seat is now larger and roomier, with more than enough space on offer to move around in the saddle. Shifting your weight from one side to the other is an easier affair, especially for larger riders like yours truly. And the extra space on offer was extremely beneficial down the long back straight of the Bajaj test track as the extra room on offer made it a little easier for me to get into a full tuck.

The new 200 Duke is almost 9kg heavier than before and that is without any fuel or liquids on board. And the increase in kerb weight is even more as the fuel tank is now larger. How has that affected handling?

The 200 Duke continues to be a razor sharp weapon. Point it and shoot. Yes, the 9kg extra weight you are carrying is felt especially while switching directions. Thankfully, the wider bars on the new bike offer additional leverage to make swift directional changes.

The braking hardware remains the same as before but KTM has upped the ante when it comes to safety on the 200 Duke by offering it with dual-channel ABS. How does it perform? We will get back to you on that once we get the bike for a proper road test.

It looks fresh
For 2020, the 200 Duke finally looks like a direct descendent of the current-gen 1290 Super Duke R. Much like the 250 Duke, the 200 also misses out on the fancy LED headlight or the TFT console. The halogen headlight is surrounded by an LED DRL. The console does feel a tad bit old. But overall, the 200 Duke does look age appropriate. The old design has run its course as you will now only find the India-spec 125 Duke with that styling. The 200 Duke BS6 will now arrive in two colours -- orange and white -- the former being our pick of the two.

Have the updates made the 200 Duke considerably better?
A big yes. For the extra Rs 10,496, you now get a better commuter as well as an able tourer. It still is as rev happy as it was in 2012 with no compromises on the performance front. Issues like low ground clearance and the extra weight on board might just mean that you have to be a bit more careful tackling obstacles that are usually found on our road. It might no longer offer great value for money as it retails at Rs 1.72 lakh, making it more expensive than bikes like the Suzuki Gixxer 250 that offer as much, if not more, power as the 200 Duke. The KTM naked has been losing its value for money quotient for a while. But that hasn’t stopped Indians from loving the bike. And with this new look, we are certain that there will be more takers for the 20 Duke now. So, are you ‘Ready To Race’ once again? We surely are KTM 200 Duke BS6 Price.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying 200 Duke

Q. Can we put the speedometer of duke 390 into duke 200 ?
  • For this, we would suggest you to get in touch with the authorized service center as that will be an appropriate point of contact to get assistance for your concern. You can check service centers here.
Q. Exchange with KTM 200 bs 6?
  • Exchange of a vehicle would depend on certain factors such as kilometers driven, physical condition, number of owners, etc. For detailed information and availability of the exchange offers, we would request you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealership as the offers may vary.
  • Yes.. pulsur 220.. exchange
Q. Bro do you have you duke 200 bs4 model still now
  • KTM 200 Duke is available in BS6-compliant motor only. BS4 emission is no longer available as the Supreme Court has announced that no BS4 models are to be registered until it rules on the matter of dealers selling a questionable number of such vehicles sold just before the March 31 2020 deadline.
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Q. I need BS4 Duke 200. Is it available in any showroom?
  • Respected sir.ktm duke 200 BS4 model forever likes for everybody and most girlfriends for like duke 200 BS4 model.Bs6 model someone's liked.but bs4 model also most and most boys and girls we are all like.somany people dreem bike bs4 model.please sir relaunch tha same model duku 200 bs4 model.also my dream bike.but now that bike not in market so I am not buy any bike.i am waiting for bs4 model.
  • Respected sir.ktm duke 200 BS4 model forever likes for everybody and most girlfriends for like duke 200 BS4 model.Bs6 model someone's liked.but bs4 model also most and most boys and girls we are all like.somany people dreem bike bs4 model.please sir relaunch tha same model duku 200 bs4 model.also my dream bike.but now that bike not in market so I am not buy any bike.i am waiting for bs4 model.
  • Hey brother I\'ve bought Duke 200 2019 December if you are looking forward to buy used bike contact me . Ran only 4500 Kms . Fixed price 1.85 lkhs . Showroom condition .Reason for sale : I would like to buy Himalayan bs6 2020
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Q. My height is 5.3", will KTM 200 Duke be comfortable for me?
  • It can be managed only if you are a rider who has prior experience. I'm 5.5 and I ride the duke 200 which I tip toe while solo and can reach flat with pillion weight. 5.3 will be uncomfortable but not impossible. If you are passionate, experienced who can handle a powerful machine like the duke in emergency and traffic situations then you can go for it.
  • It will be hard ..in new bs6 Duke 200 seat height has increased. I'm 5feet 6 inch and only toes of each foot touches the ground..but as the bike is light it's easy to control.ii suggest you take test ride but if you r an experienced rider I don't think height will be an issue.
  • I'm 5.4' and am happily riding a Duke 200 for 5 years now. Height is an issue only when you want to reverse the bike on an uneven surface by sitting on it. I usually get down from the bike during such instances. it is a light weight bike and therefore is very easy to manage.
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Q. Duke 200 BS6 weight and lower seat height adjustment available?
  • My height is 5 feet so I choose which bike from ktm125/ duke 125 for fell commfertable while riding after adjusting seat?
  • The seat height can't be adjusted but the suspension can be softened so that when you sit, the seat will automatically get lowered.
  • Then why every site has saying 150.3 kg?
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  • 3.8

    Good bike and good performance then top speed then styles then good colour gjjjkklllk jjkkgghjjj jjkggu srjkkhg hjkbghu hhhhhfyuj yuiihyjjg iigyuiijgg jjhgjkjgg

  • 3.0

    very comfort baike.My dream baik.2 member is good perfomence baik.Racimg baik and loking speshalli.

  • 5.0

    Good bike i feel and no more cost for maintenance overall good for touring and daily commute well good bike

  • 4.2

    Everything is nice.Still have a nice and very good engine in this price range.I do have lot of joy and experience.Overall i love it.

  • 5.0

    Good an nice to drive an feeling is too good i loved the driving an comfortability very good in shape also an headlights are awesome

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  • 5.0

    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

  • 4.6

    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.

  • 4.6

    The best performance bike of all time so far in the 200 Cc segment. This bike is meant to perform and will keep you hooked due to its power delivery when you need it. Seating is aggressive but not as much as the RC version. You can zip through traffic with ease. If you are a first time rider then this can b**w your mind with its power delivery. Be responsible while in traffic and rev it only on empty roads with proper biking gear to enjoy its power without harming your self or putting public at risk. You can expect 25-28kmpl mileage. This can be a commuter and for trips 100-200 kms range without causing back pain. Go for this of you want a daily commute with power when you need it.

  • 5.0

    Excellent value for money motorcycle. This bike is an all rounder for any occasion , be it track days or touring or daily commutes ; this bike carries all the tasks with ease and tonnes of excitement when you twist your wrist. Maintenance is decent, it can feel expensive but the time intervals are at least 10000 Kms or Yearly wise. Cost can go up incase you crash the bike but parts are not too expensive or too cheap , they are always available at the SVCs. A wonderful package still and will not disappoint you if you're considering to get one.

  • 1.0

    Duke 200 bs6 pickup is not the same as it was in the bs6 version, The most important thing that you'll regret after buying duke 200 is it's ground clearance.The ground clearance is just 155 mm, It will hit in every speed breaker especially when you have a pillion rider with you.After spending a total sum of 2 lakhs, It doesn't satisfy me, Ns has a better ground clearance, I am very disappointed with ktm.If i have to talk about exhaust there is actually no sound at all, In the next version i hope that you'll improve the ground clearance.

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What is the price of KTM Duke 200?

The ex-showroom price of KTM Duke 200 is 1.81 Lakh. Check On Road Price of Duke 200. .

Does the KTM Duke 200 have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in KTM Duke 200. View full specification of Duke 200.

Which is better KTM Duke 200 or Yamaha MT 15?

KTM 200 Duke Price starts at Rs. 1.81 Lakh which is Rs. 40,636 costlier than base model of Yamaha MT 15 priced at Rs. 1.40 Lakh. Compare KTM 200 Duke vs Yamaha MT 15 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of KTM Duke 200 in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of KTM Duke 200 in Delhi is Rs. 5,230 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in KTM Duke 200?

KTM Duke 200 is available in 2 colour : White and Orange. View colour images of Duke 200.