One of the largest two-wheeler companies from Europe, KTM came to the Indian shore to make its foray in India as well. The bike was Duke 200 with the company made its début, a street model in association with Bajaj. It also kicked off the partnership between the Indian auto giant and the European hunk. KTM Bikes are well-known for the technology which it uses to make the bikes technically sound and perfect from the equipment point of view. The Duke, a naked bike from KTM seems to continue the same vogue and tradition.
KTM Duke 200 Features a powerful braking system to avoid any emergency while your journey. It shows the front 280 mm and the rear is a 230 mm disc brakes. Such quality brakes enables the bike freezes where ever you expect it to do so. The new Duke 200 claims its top speed which is 136 km/h. The bike is capable enough to cover the speed of 0-100 km/h in just 9.2 seconds which is extraordinary. The bike is available in three vital colours like Orange, White and Black, all the colours are attractive. There are four variants out in the market for a little more choice.
KTM Duke 200 houses a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine with the displacement of 199.5 cc. Such stout engine is capable enough to cranks off a rich power of 25 bhp @ 10000 rpm while the utmost torque production of the super strong engine is 19.2 Nm at 8000 rpm. This is a dream power delivered by this naked sensation, certainly offers you a ride you have never been a witness of. In terms of fuel-efficiency, the latest sensation performs not very well. It adduces a poor mileage of just 28 km/l in city while on the long runs it perform decently by churning out a mileage of 34 km/l. This could be one of the drawbacks of the naked star. KTM Duke 200 Price is one of the reasons in getting such popularity just after its launch. The bike is available at a price of Rs.1,29,000* (Ex-showroom Delhi). A naked bike at such price is a fantastic deal. KTM Duke 200 Pictures a ravishing look to allure the hearts of the naked bike freaks. On the whole, the new KTM Duke 200 is up for its looks, price and technology while the poor fuel-efficiency and the limited number of retail and service outlets are the reasons make the buyers turn their moods off.