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KTM 200 Duke Latest Updates

KTM has increased the prices of its BS6 models for the first time with the new 200 Duke now retailing at Rs 1,76,845 (ex-showroom Delhi). The new asking price is Rs 4,096 more than the previous BS6 price and the bike is now a whole Rs 14,592 more than its BS4 counterpart.

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.

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, TVS Apache RTR 200, and Hero Xtreme 200R. 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

KTM 200 Duke price start at Rs. 1.76 Lakh (Ex-Showroom). KTM 200 Duke is offered in only one variant - BS6.

KTM 200 Duke Price List in India

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
200 Duke BS6
199 cc | 35 kmpl
Rs. 1.76 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!

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying 200 Duke

Q. How does the Duke 200 or Dominar 250 have better comfort and mileage?
  • Both bikes are good enough and have their own forte. If we talk about KTM 200 Duke, swing a leg over the 200 Duke and you feel a sense of familiarity as the rider’s triangle is nearly identical to the 250 Duke and the 390 Duke. The footpegs are rear set, the handlebars are a bit raised, and you sit a little further back than before. Thanks to the new subframe, the rider’s seat is quite comfortable and there’s enough room for the rider to move around. The older model’s seat height was already on the higher side, but at 823mm, the seat height on the BS6 model has increased by 5mm. That along with the now wider seat might make it a little difficult for shorter folks to plant their feet on the ground. On the other hand if we talk about Dominar 250, in terms of ergonomics, there is absolutely no difference in the 250cc and 400cc versions. The riding position is upright with tall and wide handlebars that aren’t hard to reach at all. And while the footpegs are rearset, they’re not uncomfortably so. Couple this with a fairly accessible seat height of 800mm, and riders of pretty much any height should have no problems on the Dominar. The rider’s seat is quite spacious and comfortable too. Bajaj bills the Dominar as a “Sports Tourer”, and we believe that long hours in the saddle shouldn’t be too difficult. So, both are comfortable enough and as per the ergonimics, the comfort of a bike can not be same for everyone, we would suggest you to take a test ride in order to ge better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details. In terms of fuel efficiency, KTM 200 Duke has an upper hand. It delivers a claimed mileage of 35kmpl and you can expect a mileage around 30kmpl in Dominar 250. You may compare both the bikes accordingly.
Q. Is fuel injection 200 Duke or not - R15 V3?
  • Yes, KTM 200 Duke comes with a fuel injection fuel supply system.
Q. My height is 5.10 and my weight is 120 can i drive Duke 200 comfortable ?
  • Yes bro you can drive comfortably. But unfortunately your weight is 120 kg .. go for duke 250 it is a better option .. and if you have a fix budget then duke 200 is also good.
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Q. Which one is best in ns200 or duke 200?
  • Well this question will always remain in the minds of bike enthusiasts. Both bike have got same hearts but the file makes marginally higher power and with lesser weight it also is quicker between the two. Technology wise again Duke shines over NS. NS does outperforms Duke on the top speed battle but only on an open highway. But the best part where NS beats Duke is the city rides. Indian roads are full of people holes and the suspension setup on Duke is Rock hard designed for race track. So, there is a difficulty in choice. Even the spare parts for Duke are costly. My suggestion is NS. Why? Because, you spend less while you purchase, your after sale cost is less, you get a really good performer in this segment, of course you cannot beat file in a race, but how often are you going to race, you get softer suspension that is not harsh on your back yet gives you respectable handling. But if you can really afford some premium for better quality go for Duke.
  • If you are looking to sprint around town and maybe even hit the track at times, Duke 200 is your best friend. However, it feels a little restless at times, nothing negative here, that is just how the motorcycle is, always eager to go. It gets better equipment, suspension, fatter tyres, bigger brakes, fuel injection and everything. But that adds almost 50K. And the gearing isn’t highway friendly. The 200 NS/AS will be better for going long distances. Acceleration is lower than Duke but still very good. Being a Bajaj, there could be some rattles here and there which you will have to deal with. You lose of stuff like USD forks, FI and all. But saving 50K over the Duke for close to similar performance, you can’t complain much. Also, if you have budget constraint go with Pulsar Ns200 which is around 50k cheaper than Duke.
  • Hi NS200 gives 5 to 8 more km than duke and have more top end speed. Budget friendly too. Cons: more vibration’s then duke. And cheaper parts have to maintain lot.Duke200 has unique eye catchy design and undoubtably a Drag King and solid build.. you can get 35km approx. can rough use. minimum vibrations on top end.have to maintain chain regularly..Both have price difference. Choice is yours..I recommend Duke..
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Q. Please suggest me to buy a new bike because I am confused about taking the Duke 200 or Royal Enfield Classic 350 and my height is 5.56 and weigh 65 kg and i am 30 please tell me which is suitable bike.
  • Both bikes are of different segments. As per your height, you might face some issue on 200 Duke as it has a seat height of 810 mm, but you will be able to ride both the bikes. if you are looking for a fun to ride bike and want better power and handling, you may go for KTM 200 Duke. On the other hand, Royal Enfield Classic 350 would be good option if you want relaxed ergonomics and like calm riding. You may both the bikes according to their variants too. Do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out details.
Q. My height is 5.5 can I ride Duke 200?
  • It's not that you won't be able to ride it but yes it will be difficult to plant both feet at a time, rest this bike is very light
  • Yes, you can ride this bike, For further confirmation, do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort.
  • Ofcourse you can
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KTM 200 Duke User Reviews

4.2 /5
1247 reviews & ratings
  • Performance
    4.7/5
  • Comfort
    4.2/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.7/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    3.5/5
  • Mileage
    3.9/5

Preferred For : Daily Commute

46% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 5.0

    Super bike in the world in 200 Cc

  • 1.8

    Duke 200 bs4 is better Duke 200 new version is bad

  • 3.8

    It's good but the mileage of this bike is very low

  • 4.2

    Best segment bikes in 200cc. Never disappoints on single time you ride The throttle responce in city is just fab.Top speed with 138kmphr is something which is less then NS200.

  • 5.0

    Yes l love KTM bike mujhe bahut pasand hai

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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

    I own a 2017 Bs4 duke 200 drove about 20k+ km till date and i must say i am totally in love with this machine, the pickup hasn"t changed a bit in this two years, 20k+ km but slight exhaust note has changed also some vibrations gets started but the solution for that just upgrade your engine oil to MOTUL 300V. The only cons i feel is from my own experience is 1) as we all know ktm seats are hard but in bs4 they are some what better and soft, but after two years of usage it will turn into rock solid 2) The chain makes hell lot of noise once you cross 15k+ km even after performing regular lubing, in my case the chain and sprocket was good but donno what happened it started jumping up&down for no reason with making sound. so just got it replaced with new one and it is fine now.

  • 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.

  • 4.2

    I have done 20k kilometers in a year and my experience with KTM Duke 200 was awesome it gives instant thrust and controlled breaking on Indian roads..if you live far from it"s service centre then it would give you little ping for maintenance issues, while it"s adiabatic engine is not made for city ride, it"s just for highways where you can open it"s throttle as the engine required...so buy it only if you love the racing engines and can afford the cost of every maintenance it requires..enjoy

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KTM 200 Duke FAQs

What is the price of KTM Duke 200?

The ex-showroom price of KTM Duke 200 is 1.76 Lakh. Check On Road Price of Duke 200. .

What is the Tyre and Wheel type of KTM Duke 200?

KTM Duke 200 has Tubeless tyre and Alloy wheels.

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 Bajaj Pulsar NS200?

KTM 200 Duke Price starts at Rs. 1.76 Lakh which is Rs. 48,315 costlier than base model of Bajaj Pulsar NS200 priced at Rs. 1.28 Lakh. Compare KTM 200 Duke vs Bajaj Pulsar NS200 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. 5,095 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.