Thursday, April 19, 2012

KTM Duke 200 is a popular bike

Bajaj Motors, India’s leading bike manufacturer, has stunned the auto industry by supplying the KTM Duke 200 bikes to its clients. The initial possessors of KTM Duke 200 are already driving their bikes on Indian roads. Recently, KTM Bikes started the delivery process of KTM Duke 200 in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune and some other cities of India. KTM Duke 200 Price in India is tagged at an introductory price of Rs. 1, 17,500, which may be increased in the future. Sources reveal that KTM Bikes have started exporting the bike to European markets and KTM Duke 200 would soon be exported to other countries in South East Asia and Latin America. KTM Duke 200 pictures uncover the brawny looks of this bike which is sure to find a special place in the hearts of bike lovers.


KTM Duke 200 Features a single-cylinder, 4-stroke 200cc petrol engine. KTM Duke 200 is fitted with a 6 speed gearbox and offers a decent mileage of 10 kmpl. The bike has been designed with a wheelbase of 1,361±15 mm and saddle height of 810 mm. It provides a ground clearance of 165 mm. KTM Duke 200 has 300mm Disc brakes with two-pot brake caliper at the front and 230mm Disc brakes with one-pot brake caliper at the rear.
KTM Duke 200 specifications reveal that the powerful bike generates a peak power of 22 bhp and provides a Torque of 19.2 Nm. One of the most remarkable aspects of KTM Duke 200 is a fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing adjustment. Bajaj Auto is expecting to produce around 2000 KTM Duke 200 per month. Many Bajaj authorized service centers are offering servicing for KTM Duke 200. The 2012 Honda CBR150R presents stiff competition for KTM Duke 200 as both these bikes are offering attractive features and are in the same price range. KTM Duke 200 is an unbeatable combo of  powerful propulsion and thoroughbred motorcycle technology. I recently sahred that Honda Motorcycles Expanding its research wing in India and Audi realizes its long standing dream of acquiring Ducati.

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