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KTM 200 Duke Latest Updates

The KTM 200 Duke BS6 receives a major update in the form of a new frame and bodywork from the larger KTM 250 Duke. It now costs Rs 1,72,749 (ex-showroom Delhi), a premium of Rs 10,496 over the BS4 200 Duke. Other updates include wider handlebars, a longer rider and pillion seat, and a larger fuel tank.

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.


KTM 200 Duke Price

KTM 200 Duke price start at Rs. 1.73 lakh (Ex-Showroom). KTM 200 Duke is offered in only one variant - BS6.

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Editor's View of KTM 200 Duke

  • Upside

    New premium design, fantastic performance, razor-sharp handling

  • Downside

    Tall seat height, stiff-ride quality, not as value for money as before

  • 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!

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying 200 Duke

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.
  • It depends on what's your taste. If you like technically advanced bike like a DOHC engine, electronic fuel injection, fully digital tachometer with a lot of features only then go for Duke. I am saying this because there not huge difference when it comes to power output, similarly, on the road Duke wins in acceleration marginally which one can see in a race. And in reality how often do you race? Also the Duke loses on the top speed battle, fuel efficiency and maintenance cost.
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Q. Which is better bike Duke 200 or Duke 125?
  • Ever since its debut, the KTM 200 Duke has been the benchmark bike of its segment and still remains so. If you’re looking for a bike that offers great acceleration, loves to corner and has a hooligan nature, the 200 Duke is the bike for you and a great option for someone entering the world of performance bikes. The only grouse we have with the KTM 200 Duke is its super stiff ride quality and the fact that ABS isn’t offered even as an option. On the other hand, the KTM 125 Duke is a perfect motorcycle for beginners who do not want to miss out on top-class mechanicals and features. However, at that price point, there are more powerful yet relatively less sophisticated options out there. Only time will tell how the market responds to a premium, small displacement pocket rocket like the 125 Duke. Read More: - Is The KTM 125 Duke Right For You?: https://www.zigwheels.com/news-features/news/is-the-ktm-125-duke-right-for-you/32412
  • KTM Duke 200 is in the market since so long and it is now available with ABS as will whereas the baby duke is a new newbie in 125 cc segment and It is one of the quickest accelerating 125cc motorcycle in the world. If you are looking for a motorcycle to use in the city traffic for daily commuting (Ground Clearance Duke 125 – 175mm) with more mileage for suggest you go for baby Duke Whereas if you needed daily commuting for a long ride or more on highways (top speed – 138 kmph) with more power and pickup suggest you go for KTM Duke 200. To know more about this we suggest you take a test ride of the vehicle and then decide the comfort and ergonomics of the vehicle. Click the below link and select you respected city to know your nearest dealer.KTM Duke 125 vs KTM 200 Duke Comparison:- https://www.zigwheels.com/bike-comparison/ktm-125-duke-vs-ktm-duke-200
  • Both are completely different from each other.. As they both built on same platform and use of same parts the handling is similar.. If need power blindly go for duke 200 it is the best revving engine in the low end... Need a mileage with ktm looks then go for Duke 125... If your on budget & planning for duke 125 instead go for the Pulsar 200 NS it makes more sense then buying of same priced duke 125
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Q. My height is 5.3", will KTM 200 Duke be comfortable for me?
  • 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.
  • If you are confident about your riding and controls then ofcourse it is suitable for your height.Duke 200 is not something that can be rode by learners, you must be a rider to ride this monster.It is comfortable when you can reach your one leg firmly on the ground, it should be enough for you, as a result you may appear to have some troubles in traffic riding and so on... But that doesn't matter if you can handle your bike firmly and conciously in an emergency situations.
  • Yes for the handling it is fine but It's little difficult when you reverse It, for that put it in neutral to make is easier as it doesn't move freely even when clutch is applied .
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Q. Doe BS6 Duke 200 seat height increased or same?
  • Though KTM 200 Duke got a new frame, its seat height hasn't been changed. It is 810 mm.
Q. Is there any chance of reducing seat height of Duke 200 according to our height
  • Yes You can soften the suspension which will automatically lower the seat height but it is not recommended if your weight is more than 80
  • No, the seat is thinly padded and very hard in its stock form so would not recommend reducing the foam height.
  • My hieght is 6 feet and im comfortably ride a bike..but when you are more taller or smaller you adjust that...
Q. Duke 200 BS6 weight and lower seat height adjustment available?
  • The seat height can't be adjusted but the suspension can be softened so that when you sit, the seat will automatically get lowered.
  • The dry weight of KTM 200 Duke BS6 is 134 Kg. No, the seat height of the bike cannot be adjusted.
  • Then why every site has saying 150.3 kg?
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KTM 200 Duke Mileage

ARAI Claimed 35 kmpl
User Reported 35 kmpl

KTM 200 Duke User Reviews

4.2 /5
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  • 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.

  • 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

  • 4.6

    Have had this since 2012 and has given me no major issues till date. The performance still brings a smile every time I ride it, the bike is a little uncomfortable for long tours but small modifications like seat cushion and handlebar risers have made things much better.Only shortfall is the lack of ABS. Mileage much better than many similar performance bikes.The quality of KTM service engineers has gone down in the past few years though and service is not as good as it used to be.

  • 4.6

    KTM is for all those adrenaline junky teenagers looking for a thrill. This bikes offers the best performance in the 200cc sector, i needed faster acceleration and a agile bike as a starter and this one totally suits my personality. It comes with a higher cost as the bike is made by well qualified engineers and a lot of knowledge goes into it which makes it difficult for just anyone to service, but if you like science then this bike is going to give you a hell of a ride!!

  • 5.0

    This is a awesome bike... 1lakh 55k in not too much for this beast.... Its driving experience is too good... So powerful if this is your first bike first try to understand its power because its pickup is too good... O-100 in 9.1-2 sec.Look- when it comes to look this bike is wow. I love it so much....Mileage is good 35+Seats are little bit harder but that"s not a major problem... You can fix it...This bike is too good in city...

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  • 4.2

    like this duke 200 name antu mandal

  • 4.2

    i had best experience with that

  • 5.0

    its very good and very comfort smooth drive and very speed

  • 3.8

    It’s little bit slower as compare to its design, but it’s good in running traffic becoz of its slipper clutch and it has lots of engine braking which is sometimes good(no need to apply brakes when you want to lower down your speed in traffic) and sometimes irritating(especially when you expect smoothness while riding).

  • 4.2

    good vehicle in the segment of 200

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