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KTM Duke

Ever since KTM entered the India two-wheeler segment, it has completely changed the rules of the performance game. One of the USPs of the Austrian brand is that it has always offered feature-rich motorcycles and the European styling is cherry on the cake. The 200 Duke was the first naked motorcycle from KTM to be launched in India. For customers who were looking for an aggressive motorcycle, the 200 Duke was a perfect choice. Since then, KTM has added a number of motorcycles to the Duke family. And now, it consists of four motorcycles: 125 Duke, 200 Duke, 250 Duke and the 390 Duke.

KTM Duke Prices

KTM Duke price starts at Rs. 1.33 lakh for the cheapest model 125 Duke with a 124 cc engine claming mileage of 46 kmpl and goes up to Rs. 2.48 lakh for the top model 390 Duke with a 373 cc engine claming mileage of 25 kmpl. KTM offers a series of 4 new Duke models in India, 200 Duke (Rs. 1.62 lakh), 125 Duke (Rs. 1.33 lakh), 250 Duke (Rs. 1.97 lakh) and 390 Duke (Rs. 2.48 lakh) are among the popular bikes from this KTM Duke commuter bike family. Select a Duke bike to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

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KTM Duke Expert Reviews

  • KTM 125 Duke: First Ride Review
    KTM 125 Duke: First Ride Review

    Is there enough KTM DNA in the 125 Duke to justify its high asking price of Rs 1.18 lakh?

    Dec 21, 2018
  • KTM 250 Duke Road Test Review
    KTM 250 Duke Road Test Review

    Does the KTM simply bridge the gap between the 390 Duke and 200 Duke? Or does it open up another avenue to performance motorcycling?

    Jan 24, 2018
  • 2017 KTM 390 Duke: Road Test Review
    2017 KTM 390 Duke: Road Test Review

    It’s been a long time coming and we actually had to buy one to bring you this road test

    Oct 23, 2017

KTM Duke User Reviews

  • 200 Duke
    4.2
    691 ratings
    Duke 200

    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.

    Lohith
    Lohith 9 months ago
    Duke 200 User Reviews
  • 125 Duke
    4.0
    373 ratings
    Duke 125

    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).

    Ritish
    Ritish 2 weeks ago
    Duke 125 User Reviews
  • 250 Duke
    4.3
    334 ratings
    Duke 250

    I find that this duke is perfect for city commutes, getting to and from work is fun with this ride. Fun things: Its got power after you rev past a few RPMs, which means it is quick enough and you'll love it.I think this is the best looking ride in the naked bike segment in its class and slightly above as well. If you ride 20kms rather economically every day, Rs. 00 per week should cover your fuel expenditure. It is quite comfortable for those relatively long rides. The headaches: Sluggish performance when accelerating to the mid range from the low range, it"s almost as if though it does not want to sprint. Very annoying and dangerous whilst trying to overtake. Brakes are simply not powerful enough for the power output or high speeds. The absence of an ABS makes it worse and dangerous at high speeds. You would have to take it to a technician every now and then to adjust the slack on the chain for optimum performance. Parts tend to get damaged quickly within a year, and screws, nuts and bolts tend to fall off rather quickly. The rear shock absorber for instance was totally replaced even though I had been using it for city commute. The halogen bulb headlight makes the bike look bad. Could have come with a TFT screen. Conclusion: Fun city bike with enough power to thrill on an occasional long jaunt. You"ll eventually love riding it around town as long its maintained well at short intervals.

    Adrian
    Adrian 5 months ago
    Duke 250 User Reviews
  • 390 Duke
    4.2
    394 ratings
    Duke 390

    it is great for this price range and you cannot expect naked bikes with such low weights in this price segment. it's mileage is average because it is kind of a street race bike. the console you get on this bike cannot be given by another company. but it's price range is bit high for middle class people. you cannot expect best seat comfort in a race bike but the riders seat is above average it has compact space and it wont be fit for fat people both in seat and looks. the pillion seat is not so comfortable. it has trellis frame and the console has Bluetooth connectivity. you can research in YouTube for more information like max speed test and mileage test etc.

    Vikas
    Vikas 2 months ago
    Duke 390 User Reviews

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