KTM Duke

Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 1,25,000 - ₹ 16,00,000
* Delhi. May vary.


Bike Variant KTM 250 Duke
Current Status Available
Body Type Naked
Fuel Type Petrol
Mileage 30-35 kmpl (approx)
Price in India KTM Duke 250 is priced at INR 1.81 Lakh in India (Ex-Showroom).
Shades Black-White, Orange-White
Official Tagline One of a Kind
Warranty in India 24-Months Manufacturer’s Warranty
Vehicle Overview KTM Duke 250 is the newest addition to the KTM street fighter lineup. The 249cc, single cylinder engine is liquid cooled and fuel injected, producing 30 PS at 9000 rpm and 24 Nm at 7500 rpm. It comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox and uses slipper clutch for refined performance. The bike weighs 161 kg and carries the steel finished, 13.5 liter fuel tank. The new design is much sharper than the existing 200 Duke while KTM offers the same in 2 shades (Black and Orange) for wider audience appeal. Duke 250 rivals Yamaha FZ25 and Benelli TNT25 in its segment.
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Value for Money
Standout Features All new design, USD front forks
Should You Buy It? Before going for KTM 250 Duke, one should consider test riding other 250 cc motorcycles available in India. Still, handling of KTM bikes is exclusive to them in lightweight performance segment.
Engine Description Lightweight 4-stroke Liquid-Cooled 4-valve DOHC Single-cylinder 248.8cc engine (strongest in its class)
Fuel System Fuel Injection
Cooling Liquid cooling system, continuous circulation of cooling liquid with water pump
Displacement 248.8 cc
Maximum Power 29.58 BHP @ 9000 rpm
Maximum Torque 24 NM @ 7500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Standard BS4
Ignition Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing adjustment
Lubrication Forced oil lubrication with 2 rotor pumps
Bore 72 mm
Stroke 61.1 mm
Engine Weight 37.2 kg
Bharat Stage IV (BS4)
Number of Gears 6
Clutch PASC™ anti-hopping clutch/ mechanically operated (Slipper Clutch)
Primary Gear Ratio 30:80
Secondary Gear Ratio 14:46
Gear Pattern 1-down, 5-up
Overall Length 2026 mm
Overall Width 836 mm
Overall Height 1267 mm
Ground Clearance 185 mm
Seat Height 830 mm
Wheelbase 1357 mm
Dry Weight 153 kg
Kerb/Wet Weight 161 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 13.5 litres
Front Brake 300mm Disc brake with four-pot brake caliper
Rear Brake 230mm Disc brake with one-pot brake caliper
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
Front Suspension 43mm WP Suspension Up Side Down
Rear Suspension WP Monoshock
Front Wheel Travel 150 mm
Rear Wheel Travel 150 mm
Front Tyre 110/70-R17
Rear Tyre 150/60-R17
Front Wheel 3.00 × 17-inch
Rear Wheel 4.00 × 17-inch
Wheel Type Alloy Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
ABS Light
LED Indicator Lights
Fuel Gauge Digital
Low Fuel Warning Light
Gear Indicator Digital
Service Reminder Digital
Low Oil Indicator
Low Battery Indicator
Gear Shift Light
Engine Check Indicator
Top Speed 138 kmph
0-60 kmph 3.44 secs
0-100 kmph 8.64 secs
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Pass Light
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Pillion Grabrail
Engine Kill Switch
Stand Alarm
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Miscellaneous Information
Frame/Chassis Tubular space frame made from steel tubes, powder-coated (MOTO3 Inspired Chassis)
Chain 5/8 x 1/4” X-Ring
Steering Angle 65°

KTM Duke Review

02 Jun, 2016 12:17 PM


KTM entered India with a totally different approach, the one which was never used here before. The street fighter segment has FZ as its leader in India, but due to its limited power, performers were most of the time low on energy. Then came the Duke series in India, empowered nearly everyone who lived for adventure and feed upon power. Rest was not a word for those and 1st was the only position desired.

KTM 390 Duke was the first member of the family to enter India and with its entry, scenario for the performance segment totally changed. The 373.2 cc was a beast and produced 43 BHP @ 9500 rpm with 35 NM @ 7250 rpm. The figures were pretty cool at the time of launch as no one provided the same figures for the offered price. Not just that, it became the first choice of stunt performers due to its light body design and very good handling capabilities. Soon it became popular and made its name in one of the best bikes in the country.

Then KTM launched 200 Duke, which is a perfect partner for the mileage obsessed Indian riders. The ones who were scared of the high cost of 390 and its lower fuel efficiency, opted straight away for 200 Duke. Like its elder, it was lightweight, quick and had the best response to throttle than any other 200 cc bike in the segment. It produced 24.6 BHP @ 10000 rpm and 19.2 NM @ 8000 rpm. It had a top speed of 135 kmph, with an impressive 136 kg body weight, all thanks to its lightweight engine frame, which was nearly 37 kg only.

KTM worldwide provides a smaller 125 cc Duke in selected countries and unfortunately India is not one of them. The smaller Duke produces 15 BHP and comes with the tagline 'Safe Power'. The same double disc structure comes in the younger Duke, making it a really safe deal. Also, 250 Duke was showcased at the Tokyo Motor Show. The Duke creates a balance between the powers of 390 and the economy of 200. The launch of 250 cc variant has been restricted to Japan only and no further news about the same has been heard.

KTM also provides some heavy duty machine on the Duke nameplate. These are the KTM Duke 690, KTM Duke 690R and the mighty KTM 1290 Super Duke R. These machines have been built with the purpose of victory as their 690 cc and 1301 cc motors are true performers of every terrain. The KTM 690 R gets a benefit of 3 more horses than the 690 and the Super Duke has a total of whooping 180 BHP. These 3 are expected to be launched in India very soon with a price tag between INR 5-15 lakh.


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KTM has built a good bike ... read more

Best Features: TFT display, led headlamp, orange color, look, sound,

Pros: Value for money, power, pickup, design, metzler tyres

Cons: Seat height, not comfortable, low fuel tank, poor customer service (not all the places).

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1st of its kind !!

Atiqur Rahman | Updated One year ago
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Had waited long, but ultimately had launched in India !! By going what's in the paper, it seems like it won't fall short in performance and will be a good investment!! ... read more

Best Features: TFT info screen, Slipper Clutch, Ride By Wire, LED Headlamps, Adjustable suspension arms !!

Pros: Overhauling design from the previous generation Duke 390. Looks will remain appealing for the coming 4 to 5 years.

Cons: The waiting period of the Duke 390 is more then 1 month after booking too. Price increases in different states, so have to go deep into pockets!!

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