KTM updated its entire lineup to comply with BS6 emissions on January 30
- Customers can book either of the bikes for a token amount ranging from Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000.
- The complete range has received cosmetic updates for 2020.
- The KTM 250 Duke and 390 Duke get a couple of extra features.
KTM updated its entire lineup to comply with BS6 emissions on January 30. For 2020, the complete Duke and RC range have received cosmetic updates, however, the 250 Duke and 390 Duke, in particular, benefits from a couple of extra features. Good news is, you can get any one of these bikes for a token amount ranging between Rs 5,000 and Rs 10,000. Deliveries, on the other hand, will commence towards the end of February. The official price list is as follows:
The KTM 200 Duke gets its biggest update since its inception back in 2012. The bike gets a complete overhaul to keep it looking fresh. In fact, it looks more like the 250 Duke now. But, that isn't the end of it. The revised styling has bumped its tank capacity from 10.2 litres to 13.5 litres, thereby improving its touring capabilities.
As for the bike’s performance, it still makes use of a BS6-compliant 199.5cc, single-cylinder motor that makes 25PS of power and 19.3Nm of torque -- 0.83PS and 0.2Nm less than the BS4 model. Moreover, the bike has gained 2.3kg in weight thanks to the tweaked motor and revised styling. It also gets dual-channel ABS as standard. It is available in two new paint options: Electronic Orange and Ceramic White.
In the same vein, the 250 Duke has been updated with a set of new colours and SuperMoto Mode, which allows the rear ABS to be switched off for some sideways action. The 390 Duke, on the other hand, features a bi-directional quickshifter. Aside from this, the duo remains unchanged and produces the same power and torque as before. The 125 Duke, RC 125 and RC 390 just get new colour schemes, while the RC 200 features the same engine update as the 200 Duke. More details available here.