KTM has hiked prices on their entire line-up of motorcycles in India. KTM India has revised its prices in accordance with the new financial year. In recent news, we saw that the KTM Duke 125 saw a price hike of almost INR 7,000 over its introductory price of INR 1.18 lakh ex-showroom. Now the baby Duke will be priced slightly more. The price increase ranges from INR 250 to INR 4,257 across all models. Let us look at the pricing table below:-
|Model||Old price||Difference||New price|
|Duke 125||INR 1,25,248||INR 250||INR 1,25,248|
|Duke 200||INR 1,60,000||INR 2,253||INR 1,62,253|
|Duke 250||INR 1,93,997||INR 3,251||INR 1,97,248|
|Duke 390||INR 2,43,995||INR 4,257||INR 2,48,212|
|RC 200||INR 1,88,378||INR 2,252||INR 1,90,630|
|RC 390||INR 2,40,758||INR 3,256||INR 2,44,014|
The least affected among all will be the KTM Duke 125 with a price hike of INR 250, which is a street fighter styled naked motorcycle with a 124.7cc, single-cylinder, 4-valve, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine developing 14.5 HP of power and 12 Nm of torque mated to a 6-speed transmission. Its fuel delivery is through an electronic fuel-injection system. The Duke 125 comes with USD WP forks and WP progressive adjustable monoshock with preload and disc brake on both wheels equipped with a single-channel ABS.
The maximum amount increased is INR 4,257 on the Duke 390 which will now cost INR 2,48,212 ex-showroom. The KTM Duke 390 is the most advanced bike with respect to design and technology it has an all-LED headlamp with LED daytime running lights and a fully digital colour TFT display with phone connect capabilities and a ride by wire throttle. It is powered by a 373.2cc, single-cylinder, 4-valve, liquid-cooled, DOHC motor producing 44 HP of power and 37 Nm of torque mated to a 6-speed gearbox with slipper assist clutch. WP USD forks on the front and a WP progressive monoshock on the rear along with arge Hydraulic disc brakes on both wheels with a dual channel setup.
The price hike will take effect from this month.
All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.