The 200 Duke has received an extensive update, but should it be on your wishlist?
The KTM 200 Duke in its BS6 avatar has received a major update in the form of an updated engine as well as a new look. At Rs 1.73 lakh (ex-showroom), the 200 Duke BS6 is around Rs 12,500 more expensive than its BS4 iteration. So, in case you were planning to add the new 200 Duke to your garage, here is a list of reports that will help you make an informed decision.
KTM 200 Duke BS6: 5 Things To Know
Rather than spending hours on different websites searching for what’s new in the 200 Duke BS6, you can simply click here to read the five most important updates that the new 200 Duke has received.
KTM 200 Duke BS6: Same Price, Other Options
If you don’t want to join Team Orange, what are your options in that same price bracket? Well, you have a fully faired motorcycle, a cafe racer, and if you are planning to spend a bit more, you could have a capable adventure motorcycle as well!
KTM 200 Duke BS6 vs Suzuki Gixxer 250: Spec Comparison
The Gixxer is slightly more powerful, has an impressive features list, and is more affordable than the KTM 200 Duke. So is Duke’s high asking price justifiable or are you better off with the Japanese quarter-litre naked motorcycle? Head here to find out.
2020 KTM 200 Duke BS6: First Ride Review
Do these new updates on the 200 Duke really make a huge difference in the way it rides? Well, we rode the new 200 Duke at Bajaj’s test track in Pune for a limited while, but we are mighty impressed that even with the changes, KTM has managed to keep its performance intact.
2020 KTM 200 Duke BS6: Pros, Cons, Should You Buy One?
Now you know everything about the new 200 Duke. So the question remains -- should you sign the dotted lines? We have listed the positives and negatives of the updated 200 Duke to help you decide.