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  • Q. What is the maintenance cost and mileage of KTM 250 - Duke 250?
    Abhay
    Abhay | 4 months ago

    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

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    Subin
    Subin | 1 week 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.

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  • Q. Duke 250 and 390 which one is better in city life based on mileage?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    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/

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    Gaurav
    Gaurav | 6 months 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

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  • Q. What is the actual average in city? Any idea of Duke 390?
    Milw
    Milw | 4 days ago

    D250 gives 25~28kmpl in city depending on riding style, while D390 returns 18 ~24kmpl in city

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    Devin
    Devin | 3 months ago

    Which is better in milage duke 250 or Dominar . Duke 250 's milage is less than u said . A romour that it's almost equal . Give a final answer for thatπŸ™πŸ™

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  • Q. What is the mileage after 3 years - Duke 250?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    After years, the mileage of the bike will depend on the way it is ridden, proper service routine of the bike, Genuine use of the spare parts and the driving conditions for the bike.

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    Erik
    Erik | 5 months ago

    In city traffic you will get about 30 Kmpl whereas in highway ( Above 60 klph) you will get upto 35 kmpl of mileage..

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  • Q. How is the Duke 250 mileage compared to RC 200?
    Milw
    Milw | 3 months ago

    Much better, since the engine is a little over relaxed until 5500 RPM :)

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    Syed
    Syed | 3 months ago

    Duke 250 is 34-37 and RC 200 is 30-35 and I suggest Duke 250 is best

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  • Q. Which one is better in terms of suspension and mileage between Royal Enfield Himalayan and Duke 250?
    Milw
    Milw | 5 days ago

    In terms of suspension travel, Himalayan is better. However, that would help only if the roads are pretty bad OR when we ride through places where there is no paved road. For highspeed riding comfort, Duke 250 is better. Mileage is slightly better with Duke 250 on highways, while Himalayan will offer better mileage in city and hilly terrains

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    Vishnuprasad
    Vishnuprasad | 7 months ago

    Hi, Himalayan is an off road bike obviously the suspension will be better when it compares to Duke 250. The mileage will be almost same in city but in highways Duke 250 will take one step ahead of Himalayan. In terms of performance and power Duke 250 is better.

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  • Q. Which is best in mileage Duke 200 or Duke 250 and what is the service charge of both the bikes in Bangalore?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    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.

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    Milw
    Milw | 1 week ago

    My Duke 250 gives me a combined fuel efficiency of 32kmpl which is higher than most Duke200s (found at the service center).

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  • Q. What is the mileage of this bike & what time we change the engine oil - Duke 250?
    Milw
    Milw | 1 week ago

    Combine fuel efficiency (City 70% and Highway 30%) of Duke 250 is at 32kmpl (calculated basis my usage as of 31-Aug-2019). Staying close to 90kmph will improve the efficiency by another km or so.First engine oil replacement is at 1000kms with subsequent oil changes every 7500kms

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    S
    S | 6 months ago

    Mileage 32-35 , oilchange every 7000km

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  • Q. Im getting 25-27 mileage. is there any way we can increase mileage - Duke 250?
    Milw
    Milw | 3 weeks ago

    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!

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 12 months 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.

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  • Q. My KTM 200 Duke mileage reaches maximum up to 35-38 kmpl then how is it possible to get 41 kmpl in KTM 250 Duke? In my opinion it will never get more than 30 kmpl.
    Milw
    Milw | 2 weeks ago

    Technically it is possible to have an improved fuel economy by application of better technology. In case of D250, the difference is smarter gear ratios and final drive ratio. The bike is relatively less aggressive to accelerate and thus (theoretically) returns better fuel efficiency figures. However, in real life scenario the combined fuel efficiency of D250 is around 31~34 kmpl

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    Bhushan
    Bhushan | 1 week ago

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