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KTM 200 Duke Latest Updates

KTM has updated its entire model range to meet the upcoming BS6 emission norms. The most significant update can be seen on the KTM 200 Duke BS6 which gets a completely revised styling. It looks very much like the KTM 250 Duke with the split trellis frame and the 1290 Super Duke-inspired bodywork. The 200 Duke BS6 model is now priced at Rs 1,72,749 (ex-showroom Delhi), which is Rs 10,496 more than the BS4 bike. The KTM 200 Duke BS6 bookings have commenced across select dealerships in India.

As mentioned earlier, the biggest change is the all-new bodywork which looks similar to the KTM 250 Duke. It gets sporty-looking fuel tank extensions, raked-out halogen headlamp cowl, and exposed subframe. However, the bike continues with an underbelly exhaust as opposed to the 250 Duke’s side slung unit. Underpinnings have also remained unchanged from before. It continues to employ WP inverted front fork, WP rear monoshock, a 300mm front disc and a 230mm rear unit. The KTM 200 BS6 will now get dual-channel ABS, replacing the old bike’s single-channel unit..

The KTM 200 Duke BS6 retains the same power and torque figures -- 25PS and 19.3Nm -- as the BS4 bike.

The KTM 200 Duke BS6 will rival the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 and the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V BS6.

KTM 200 Duke Price

The price of KTM 200 Duke starts at Rs. 1.62 lakh and goes upto Rs. 1.72 lakh. KTM 200 Duke is offered in 2 variants - BS4 and the top variant Duke 200 BS6 which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1.72 lakh.

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KTM 200 Duke Highlights

The KTM 200 Duke is the Austrian brand’s first motorcycle to enter India. Armed with a powerful liquid-cooled engine, top-class suspension and involving dynamics, the motorcycle created waves among enthusiasts who were until then smitten by the Yamaha YZF-R15. What sealed the deal even more was its mouth-watering launch price of Rs 1.17 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi)! The 200 Duke’s positive response among customers resulted in the brand introducing the manic KTM 390 Duke the following year. Both bikes became benchmarks in their respective segments for the power-packed performance and absolute value for money they offered. In 2019, the 200 Duke received the much-needed update of a single-channel ABS to comply with the latest safety norms. The KTM 200 Duke doesn’t really have any natural rivals. That said, its closest competitors in terms of specs are the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 and the TVS Apache RTR 200.

200 Duke Specifications

Powering the KTM 200 Duke is a 200c single-cylinder engine. The liquid-cooled motor delivers 25PS at 10,000rpm and 19.2Nm of peak torque arrives at 8,000rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Given its 148kg kerb weight, performance of the 200 Duke is impressive and it is the fastest bike in its segment. The bike employs a trellis frame and gets an aluminium swingarm, while fuel tank capacity stands at 10.2 litres. It also features USD front forks and a preload adjustable monoshock at the back. Braking is done by a single disc brake at both ends.

200 Duke Design and Features

The KTM 200 Duke now comes with the safety net of single-channel ABS. Priced at Rs 1.6 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) it commands a premium of around Rs 8,200 over the standard variant. Apart from its performance, the styling of the 200 Duke played a vital part in the bike gaining prominence among Indian bikers. Unlike most bikes in the segment which are heavily loaded on the styling front for better on-road presence, the 200 Duke adopts a slim and minimalistic approach which helps it stand apart from its rivals. The sharp headlight, exposed trellis frame, angular tank and orange 17-inch wheels make the KTM 200 Duke a visually arresting motorcycle. Talking about features, the 200cc motorcycle features an all-digital instrument console, which displays details like speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, real-time mileage, average fuel consumption, average speed and more. The KTM 200 Duke is available in three colour options - white, orange and black.

KTM 200 Duke Competitors

Yamaha FZ 25: Despite the fact that the Yamaha FZ 25 has 50cc more displacement, it lags behind the KTM 200 Duke in terms of power figures. While it might not offer similar performance to the 200 Duke, the FZ 25 is a comfortable and relatively fast commuter that can double up as an able tourer also. Also, the FZ 25 is cheaper than the KTM offering and has the assurance of Yamaha’s bulletproof reliability.

Bajaj Pulsar NS 200: In our comparison test with the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V, the NS200 came across as a well-balanced package that’s ideal for your daily city runs, occasional highway cruising and even for some fun on the twisties. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 offers a lot more grunt, better-stopping power and well-balanced ergonomics in comparison to the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. It also feels a lot more relaxed at high speeds.

TVS Apache RTR 200: The TVS RTR 200 is a very capable motorcycle. When compared to the NS200, the Apache RTR 200 is not only commuter-friendly but also more economical to run in the city. It is a good option for someone looking for a fun-packed motorcycle with good low-end torque and a dash of performance.


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.

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying 200 Duke

Q. Is it best for long ride - Duke 200?
  • The 2017 KTM 200 Duke is powered by 199.5 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine which is now BS-IV compliant. There is no change in power output and the motor continues to make 24.6 bhp and 19.2 Nm of torque. That said, the 2017 edition is now 5 kg heavier with a kerb weight of 148 kg. The good thing is that the additional weight feels negligible once you place yourself behind the handle. Unlike the new KTM 250 Duke or the fancier 390 that gets the new split frame, the 2017 KTM 200 Duke uses the same single Trellis frame. Considering that both frames are largely the same, save for construction, the 200 Duke is not at a loss here. 43 mm USD front forks and a monoshock rear suspension setup that are tuned on the firm side support the bike and contribute to its potent cornering skills. It rides fast and dives sharp, and those are the attributes that have made the 200 Duke so popular in the first place. Ride quality is stiff as well, something that's more apparent having ridden the new 250 Duke. Nevertheless, the seat cushioning is now softer making it more comfortable for longer periods in the saddle. Do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort.
  • Nope if you want to cruise in triple digits speed...The character of Duke 200 is low end power but struggles at the top end so it makes cruising on highway bit difficult.. And also the tank capacity is around 10 liters which is very small you need to keep a eye on petrol bunks for every 200 + kilometers. Also the seat isn't the comfortable one for long rides but for short drives it's quite manageable.. you need a after market air seats for sure if you want to go for an long ride.
  • It can do long distance touring as the engine can cruise at 110 kmph all day long. However the seat is on the firm side and foot pegs are rear set, so it might get uncomfortable after riding for sometime. You can make some modifications like extra cushion in seat and handlebar riser to make is better, however there are better options available in the market today like Dominar and Mojo if you want to buy a bike just for touring
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Q. What is the maximum service cost - Duke 200?
  • Depends how you ride it.If you ride rash or traffic commute it'll give you 25kmpl.If you ride smooth at constant speed between 60-80 kmph it is capable to give you above 35 kmpl
  • General service 600 rupees at out...and u have to buy engine oil In showroom total.... They LL check every part and the price is 3000
  • With no extra fitments it will cost you 3k-5k
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Q. My hight is 170 light skinny person duke 200 suitable or not to me?
  • Yes it is suitable for you bro😎I am also skinny and I also have Duke 200
  • For every one Duke is comfortable
  • No problem sir, i m 5ft3inch
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Q. Which should be preferred FZ25 vs KTM 200 - Duke 200?
  • I tell you ktm is more aggressive bike than fz 250 and maintenance coast is also very high as compared to fz250 .fz 250 is good smooth engine and very comfortable
  • If you need something fun... Reliable and premium go for Duke... If you re lookin for daily commute and leisure go for the fz.
  • Fz 25 will be best every aspects but if u need initial pick up and aggressive riding style you should go for duke 200
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Q. Can I purchase KTM 200 Duke on cash?
  • KTM 200 Duke is priced between Rs.1.62 - 1.72 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Yes, it can be purchased on cash as well as in finance.
Q. Duke 200 BS6 weight and lower seat height adjustment available?
  • The dry weight of KTM 200 Duke BS6 is 134 Kg. No, the seat height of the bike cannot be adjusted.
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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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  • 4.6

    It's Awsome,This machine gives you the real feel of TORQUE😍

  • 3.8

    i love my bike and it was a wonderful experience

  • 1.8

    Very Bad performance.. Very Bad Exhaust sound ..Totally wasted

  • 5.0

    Excellent performance the best bike to Ride

  • 5.0

    very powerfull and look very nice this bike

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KTM 200 Duke Expert Reviews

2020 KTM 200 Duke BS6: First Ride Review

A refreshed look. New frame. Same old engine. Has KTM bettered the recipe for the 200 Duke?

Feb 25, 2020

KTM 200 Duke Colours

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Editor's View of KTM 200 Duke

  • Upside

    Performance, Refreshed looks

  • Downside

    Frantic nature, Stiff ride, Is Pricey

KTM 200 Duke Mileage

ARAI Claimed 35 kmpl
User Reported 35 kmpl

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