BREAKING: KTM Duke Range & Husqvarna Svartpilen And Vitpilen Now Come Painted With Attractive New Colour Schemes

  • Sep 1, 2022
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KTM Duke New Colours

KTM India has launched new colours for the Duke range and along with that the Husqvarna Svartpilen and Vitpilen too get new paint schemes, all at no extra cost. This happens just a few days after we brought you the exclusive news of these bikes getting new colours.

390 Duke

KTM 390 Duke

The KTM 390 Duke now dons a Dark Galvano skin, which comes completely dipped in black with hints of orange and grey highlights. This scheme looks stealthy, accentuating the streetfighter’s aggressive appeal. The new Liquid Metal shade too looks aggressive yet sporty and stylish. Both the schemes are priced at the same Rs 2,96,230 (ex-showroom Delhi).

The new colours on the Duke 390 replace the older Metallic Silver and Ceramic White colour schemes.

250 Duke

KTM 250 Duke

The 250 Duke now comes in a new Ebony Black colour grade that is fully stealthy in black with a few orange highlights which looks pretty attractive.

The Ebony Black shade replaces the Silver colourway and is priced at Rs 2,37,222 (ex-showroom Delhi), same as the Dark Galvano colour scheme that continues on the 250 Duke.

200 Duke

KTM 200 Duke

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Increasing the colour options on the 200 Duke is the new Dark Silver Metallic colour scheme that features a bit of blue and orange and a whole lot of black with just a hint of white. This comes in place of the Ceramic White option and is priced at Rs 1,91,693 (ex-showroom Delhi). Apart from the new shade, the already-existing Electronic Orange too is available.

125 Duke

KTM 125 Duke

The Ceramic White shade, while discontinued on the 200 Duke, makes an appearance on the 125 Duke in a slightly funkier avatar. It makes use of orange, black, white and blue colours. That said, the White colour scheme has been discontinued, whereas the Electronic Orange will still be available. Both schemes are priced at Rs 1,78,041 (ex-showroom Delhi).

Even the Husqvarna twins, Svartpilen and Vitpilen 250, now get snazzier with the new black, blue and beige colourways. While the Svartpilen gets a full black colour option, the Vitpilen dons a full white shade. The Svartpilen 250 bears a price tag of Rs 2,19,878, and the Vitpilen 250 costs Rs 2,19,251 (ex-showroom Delhi).

The new stealthy and bright colour schemes come at no extra cost and are available to book on the bikemakers' websites.

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