KTM 250 Duke Special Edition was recently launched in Thailand at the Bangkok International Motor Show 2018. The 250 Duke special edition is specific to the Thai market and is priced at 179,900 Baht (around ₹ 3.73 lakh). The KTM 250 Duke Special Edition gets a host of cosmetic upgrades for a more funky and urban appeal than the standard model. Upgrades include a vibrant new multi-coloured decal on the fuel tank and tail section panels, while the orange-coloured alloy wheels get new reflective stickers.
The Thai market gets the pre-facelift KTM 250 Duke, the design still seen the 200 Duke in India. The model misses out on the 2-part Trellis frame, sleek new headlamp with LED DRLs, and the improved tyres, all of which come from the all-new 390 Duke. The updated KTM 250 Duke went on sale in India last year.
Power on the KTM 250 Duke Special Edition comes from a 248.8 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine tuned to produce 29 bhp and 24 Nm of peak torque, paired to a 6-speed gearbox. The bike uses USD front forks and a monoshock setup at the rear, both of which are sourced from WP. Braking power comes from discs either end. The 250 Duke for Thailand gets dual-channel ABS, which is missed out in India.
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