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KTM Scooters

HistoryFrom a small off-roading outfit to a global superstar, KTM has grown exponentially in the 21st century, and is still the king of off-roading motorcycles. However, for Indians, it is the brand that blew our minds away with power-packed machines like the 200 Duke, 390 Duke and RC 390. Thanks to its partnership with Bajaj, the brand came into operation in the country in 2012 with the 200 Duke. It was unlike any other naked motorcycle of the time. And a year later, we got the 390 Duke, which continues to be the quickest sub-400cc naked available in the country. It wasn’t just mind-blowing performance that KTM brought along with it, we also got sportbike-level hardware at really affordable prices. Items like a USD fork, radial front disc caliper, radial tyres and switchable ABS, we sort of got our first taste on the Dukes.Then came the RC wave, delighting track enthusiasts. The RC 390 remains a potent track weapon and is also the most commonly preferred machine in the national championship for privateer/non-factory racers. In recent times, KTMs have gotten rather expensive. Even the 125 Duke, which is the most affordable KTM on sale, is frighteningly expensive. Only a few models justify their steep asking price well. Product portfolioNakeds - The Dukes have been the go-to sport machines for enthusiasts for over half a decade in India. Right from the smallest 125 Duke to the manic 390 Duke, each one of these nakeds adheres to KTM’s ‘Ready To Race’ mantra well. The 200 Duke has been a darling of Indian riders and if you are looking for a little sensibility from your Duke, the 250 Duke has you covered.Sport Bikes - From being one-trick ponies to accommodating everyday sport bikes, the KTM RCs have grown up a lot. Sure, the new look isn’t everyone’s cuppa, but what the bikes promise now is a more welcoming stance and easier riding dynamics. ADVs - These weren’t quite the adventure bikes that we had expected. Nevertheless, the 250 Adventure and 390 Adventure are KTM’s sole off-road-centric bikes on sale in India. They give you a small taste of what the Austrian bike maker is capable of and hopefully, will be the start of something better in the future.Greatest hitsKTM’s top five products for India so far have been:200 Duke - the highest selling Duke390 Duke - the most thrilling DukeRC 390 - the sharpest track weapon in the sub-400cc space250 Duke - the mature yet fast Duke125 Duke (2018 model) - made the Duke accessible once againFuture prospectWe expect KTM’s big bike portfolio to grow in the coming years. From the 490s to the 890s and larger, KTM is likely going to offer Dukes, RCs and Adventure models for most of its engine formats. KTM is also working closely with Bajaj for electric mobility, although that project is likely to bear fruit only a few years later.    
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Here’s What We Would Like To See In KTM’s Upcoming Electric Scooter
Here’s What We Would Like To See In KTM’s Upcoming Electric Scooter
17 Apr, 2020
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KTM E-Speed electric scooter concept shown for representation. We know that KTM is co-developing an electric scooter with Bajaj. The upcoming scooter will use the Bajaj... read more

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Which are the best KTM scooters under 2 lakh?

The popular scooters offered by KTM in this segment are KTM 200 Duke, KTM 125 Duke and KTM RC 125

What is the price range of KTM ?

KTM scooters in India comes in the price range of Rs. 999.99 Crore to Rs. To Be Announced.

Which are the most popular scooters of KTM in India 2022?

Top most popular scooters of KTM in india are Electric Scooter, and available in India with starting price Rs 1