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KTM increases the prices of the entire model range by up to Rs 5000; reveals a new price list

BS6 KTM Motorcycle prices have been hiked in India. The increase in the price ranges from Rs 4000 - Rs 5000. This is the first official price-hike by KTM India since the last BS 6 update.

Among the entire product lineup, the KTM 200 Duke and RC 200 has received the smallest price hike of Rs 4,100. After the price hike, KTM 200 Duke and RC 200 is now priced at Rs 1.77 lakhs and Rs 2.01 lakhs respectively. The entry-level variant of KTM Duke 125 gets a price hike of Rs 4,200 and is now priced at Rs 1.42 lakhs. While the KTM RC 125 received a slightly higher price increase of Rs 4300. It is now priced at Rs 1.6 lakhs. 

KTM BS6

New Price (Ex-Showroom)

Old Price (Ex-Showroom)

Difference

KTM Duke 125 Rs 1.42 lakhs Rs 1.38 lakhs Rs 4,200
KTM Duke 200 Rs 1.77 lakhs Rs 1.73 lakhs Rs 4,100
KTM Duke 250 Rs 2.05 lakhs Rs 2.00 lakhs Rs 4,700
KTM Duke 390 Rs 2.58 lakhs Rs 2.53 lakhs Rs 5,000
KTM RC 125 Rs 1.6 lakhs Rs 1.55 lakhs Rs 4,300
KTM RC 200 Rs 2.01 lakhs Rs 1.97 lakhs Rs 4,100
KTM RC 390 Rs 2.53 lakhs Rs 2.48 lakhs Rs 5,100
390 ADV Rs 3.04 lakhs Rs 2.99 lakhs Rs 5,100

However, the highest price hike in the KTM range is for RC 390 and 390 Adventure. The KTM 390 Adventure was the first product from the brand to be updated to BS6 specification. Offering supreme value for money in terms of both performance and equipment, the 390 Adventure has become more of a benchmark in the Indian adventure motorcycle segment. It gets a price hike of Rs 5,100 and is now priced at Rs 3.04 lakhs. While KTM RC 390 gets a price hike of Rs 5100. It is currently priced at Rs 2.53 lakhs.

KTM Duke 250 and 390 are the next on the list. The Duke 250 gets a price increase of Rs 4,700 and is now priced at Rs 2.05 lakhs. While the Duke 390 gets a higher price hike of Rs 5000 and is now priced at Rs 2.58 lakhs. All the prices mentioned above are ex-showroom.

Currently, there is no announcement on the BS 6 compliant 790 Duke. The BS 4 compliant version of the middle-weight naked previously retailed at huge discount in the Indian market as a part of the stock clearance scheme ahead of the April 1st deadline. Similar to KTM, other two-wheeler manufacturers such as Bajaj Auto, Hero MotoCorp, Royal Enfield have also increased prices of their models. Apart from this, KTM has recently announced the restart of sales across the country.

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