KTM has launched the 2017 models of the 390 Duke, 250 Duke and the 200 Duke in India with BS IV compliant engines.
KTM Duke 390
The 2017 KTM 390 Duke gets a colour scheme which is much more orange now and the single headlamp cluster gets LED headlamps along with DRLs integrated into it. It gets a new 5-inch TFT screen, which is a big update over the current KTM 390 Duke. It shows all sorts of information needed by the rider and might also have a phone mirroring feature on the lines of the MirrorLink feature found in cars. It can adjust the illumination according to the ambient light. The BS IV compliant bike gets Ride By Wire. The engine is the same 373cc unit which produces 44 bhp of peak power and 37 Nm of max torque. The gearbox comes with 6-speed transmission with a slipper clutch. The new 390 Duke also gets a new Brembo 9MB 2-channel ABS. The bike now retails at Rs. 2,25,730 (Ex showroom-Delhi)
KTM Duke 250
The 2017 KTM 250 Duke features the same styling as the new 390 Duke but doesn’t get the LED headlamp. It also misses out on the TFT screen and sports an updated LCD console to keep cost low. Powering the bike is a 250cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine delivering 30PS of power and 24Nm of peak torque. The frame and cycle parts are similar to the new 390 Duke except for the front disc brake which is smaller at 300mm dia, as opposed to the 320mm unit on the 390 Duke. Local manufacturing of the bike has helped keep the cost low and the motorcycle highly competitive in the market. The bike is priced at Rs 1,73,000 (Ex showroom Delhi) for the non-ABS version.
KTM Duke 200
The engine on the KTM 200 Duke produces 24 bhp of peak power and 19.2 Nm of max torque. There are a host of cosmetic updates. The headlamp remains a halogen but gets integrated DRLs. The instrument unit is also carried over from the model currently selling. KTM 200 Duke is priced at Rs 1,43,500. ( Ex-showroom Delhi)