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KTM Bikes are especially known for their powerful engine performance and their ability to stun people with its good looks. The KTM Duke has been upgrading its features to make it the perfect bike and with each model, they have delivered what they promised. Even though it is a high end bike and not extremely affordable, the demand and want for it is spread all over the world. Motor-enthusiasts have been quite excited to see the bike in the market. The KTM Duke has five variants which are 1290 Super Duke R, 790 Duke, 690 Duke, 390 Duke and 125 Duke. It is available in three colours, which are- Orange, Black and White.
Let us see the bike in more detail in the following KTM Duke review:
Exteriors: KTM bikes are especially known for their high performance but what really attracts people to the bike is its strong and aggressive exterior and design. The front has the bifurcated LED headlamp is in a diamond shape and works perfectly well during the night and in bad weather conditions. The tank shrouds are given a more edgy look. The naked street bike styling has been applied to the model. The bike has a split seat with the pillion which is elevated higher from the seat offer great comfort to the rider for long as well as short distances. The instrument console of the bike is a single panel digital display and it gives information about the speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, clock, odometer and digital fuel gauge. The bike has some complimentary orange and white on the bike that makes it look really good.
Specifications: The KTM Duke has a Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, and Liquid Cooled engine with a displacement of 199.5 cc. The maximum power of the bike is 25.1 PS @ 10,000 rpm and maximum torque is 19.2 Nm @ 8000 rpm. The bike comes with a 6 speed gearbox with chain drive and manual transmission. The front and rear brake type is disc. The fuel type is petrol with a fuel tank capacity of 11 litres and gives a mileage of 35 kmpl. It also has a Wet, multi-plate disc, mechanically actuated and Digital Ignition. The starting mechanism of the bike is self-start only. The front suspension is WP upside down and rear suspension is WP monoshock.
Price: The KTM Duke Price is INR 1.48 lakhs ex-showroom (including GST). The KTM Duke on road price is INR 1.71 lakhs but it may vary depending on the area.