Totally depends first of all the engine oil the motul engine oil which is commonly used in all KTM service centre is priced at 1185 rupees so if you are having oil change basic servicing requirement mark at least that much amount then you have oil filters and oil changing goes cost around 300 to 400 rupees also depend whether you have free servicing aur Pawan is it is paid one then you will be charged extra for labour charges around 200 to 300 rupees not to forget the chain cleaning and lubing which cause to 60 rupees total250 would be built some somewhere around 1500 to 2000 if your bike is bit old it would required few more check up and fix like coolant refilling or fuel filter change and at approx 500 of that if requird
| 6 months ago
The Service interval is in all 7.5k KM's and it will cost you around 2.5k if you just go for the oil change and normal services. Rest all depends on parts. Bike parts are not that costly. Mileage depends on the rpm and whether it is city or highway, city max you will get up to 26-28kmpl, when it comes to highway 30 for sure, and if you cruise in 80-85kmph you will get 33-35kmph.
| 10 months ago
Service cost:120****600(upto 3rd service) after that service charge will be added.Chain and sprocket shall be replaced on every 10k-12k kms- approximately 3500.Tyres will be replaced after every 12k-15k kms-6900(stock tyres).Millage-highly opened throttle gives 25-30kmpl.normal rides-32-35kmpl.in straight highways I got 40 kmpl by maintaining speed 60kmph.
The ARAI claimed mileage of KTM Duke 250 is 35.66 Kmpl. To get an idea of the on-road mileage, you can have a test ride of the bike by visiting the nearest dealer in your city. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Dealers.
| 8 months ago
After two services, my Duke 250 returns 28kmpl in city (peak traffic) and 34kmpl on highways (at 110kmph)
| 3 months ago
Normally it gives 30 kmpl but it also depends on how you ride and maybe the BS6 engines has improved mileage
In Duke 250, the shorter gearing also allows the motor to run unstressed in traffic in as high as fourth gear at speeds upto 50kmph, making for a fuel efficiency of 41kmpl. On the highway, at speeds between 80-90kmph, it dropped to 35.66kmpl. A 13.5-litre fuel tank capacity should give you a theoretical highway range of around 480 kilometres on a tankful. On our efficiency runs the Duke 390 returned 25.7kmpl in the city and 28.5kmpl out on the highway. Read More: - KTM 250 Duke Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/ktm-250-duke-road-test-review/29623 - 2017 KTM 390 Duke: Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/2017-ktm-390-duke-road-test-review/28954/
| 1 year ago
When you are going a bigger cc bike your should avoid looking at the mileage and look for fun. for your knowledge if you ride aggressively, you might get somewhere between 25-28 kmpl. but if you ride it like any other bike cruising at around 80-90 km you should get nothing less than 33 kmpl. that what my 3.5 year old bike gives me
| 1 year ago
I am not sure about Duke 250 as i own Duke 390 - 2018 edition with TFT display. Most of the time i ride pretty rash and fast which include sudden acceleration and sudden braking. The mileage i get even after such rash riding is 28 kmpl.
The claimed ARAI mileage for the KTM 250 Duke petrol is 41 kmpl. Therefore the actual mileage figures may differ due to the factors like road conditions and the riding style. Talking about its riding the Duke 250 feels more relaxed and comfortable cruising at triple digit speeds. The plusher suspension coupled with the new, softer seat make the 250 Duke comfortable. The seats for rider and pillion are wider, and the rider even gets more area to move around which is a welcome change from the older bikes’ cramped seat. Lastly you can feel just a hint of vibration from the footpegs. Though to get a better understanding we would recommend you to take a test ride of the bike. Check out the nearest dealership details
| 10 months ago
I have been riding my D250 since May 2019 and the bike returns 25kmpl in city + 34kmpl on highways (speeds between 90kmph ~ 100kmph). I know that is good efficiency. However, it is not impossible to achieve. Ride Duke250 between 5000 and 5500 rpm in city and around 6000rpm on highways for the best fuel efficiency figures.Now on comfort : Yes. Pillion comfort is acceptable for city and moderate long distance tours (
If that is the fuel efficiency returned in city traffic conditions, then there is little to improve as 28~29 is the best that guys seems to have achieved in city and that too with early morning traffic. To improve fuel efficiency, just keep the RPM of your Duke250 between 5000 and 6000. This will ensure that your bike is optimally geared and is in a reasonable power band. Avoid using clutch unnecessarily - do not use half clutch to pull the vehicle at higher gears. Avoid hard braking andor acceleration. Adopt a smooth riding style and adjust throttle inputs to reduce unwanted braking. Do not perform wheelies or stunts. Maintain steady speeds where vehicle is around 6000RPM (approx 100kmph), on highways. I get around 34kmpl on highways using this technique.All these would help us optimize the fuel efficiency of Duke250. Have a happy and safe riding!
Zigwheels | 1 year ago
In order to improve the mileage, we would suggest you to drive slower. Driving fast can reduce your fuel efficiency by up to 33% if you are travelling above 60 kmph. It is best to change gears appropriately and match the gear and the RPM carefully. You have to be careful when going to the tuner. Make sure the tuning is just to keep your engine running at the proper revs to provide maximum fuel efficiency. Changing the fuel filter on a regular basis will ensure that your bike runs smoothly by letting only fuel into the engine instead of other residue from the tank and a clean air filter promotes better combustion which optimizes fuel economy. The tire pressure should be checked at least monthly because properly inflated tires can improve fuel efficiency by up to 3%. Whether you use synthetic of natural oil, using an additive can improve fuel efficiency by up to 15%. You can keep these things in mind while maintaining your bike.
| 11 months ago
Ride well. Don't give pressure to your bike. Be gentle. Don't rush while accelerating.
The ARAI claimed mileage of KTM 200 Duke is 35 km/l. On the other hand, KTM 250 Duke has the tested fuel efficiency of 41 km/l on highway and 35.66 km/l in the city. However, the claimed mileage for 250 Duke is 30 km/l, approx. For the service/maintenance costs, we'd recommend connecting with the nearest authorized service center. Follow the link for New Bike Showrooms.
| 9 months ago
Mileage is almost. But price difference is about 35k. Service charge depends on your usage. I had paid as low as 350 once to 2300 another time
| 10 months ago
My Duke 250 gives me a combined fuel efficiency of 32kmpl which is higher than most Duke200s (found at the service center).