KTM Duke 200

KTM Duke 200


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 1,98,317
* Delhi. May vary.


Our take on this /// Verdict

The KTM Duke 200 BS6 is now a polished and matured bike, but it has lost some of its initial charm. The price hike makes it worth considering only if you're a die-hard fan, as other KTMs offer better value for money.



The KTM 200 Duke is a street bike available in India in 1 variant and 2 colors, with a starting price of Rs. 1,92,845. It is equipped with a 199.5cc BS6 engine, generating 25 bhp of power and 19.3 Nm of torque. The bike comes with front and rear disc brakes, anti-locking braking system, weighs 159 kg, and has a fuel tank capacity of 13.4 liters.

2024 KTM Duke 200 on road price is Rs 2.28 lakh in Delhi, Rs 2.36 lakh in Mumbai, Rs 2.31 lakh in Kolkata and Rs 2.34 lakh in Chennai. The prices mentioned here are approximate and we suggest you contact your nearest KTM dealership to get the exact on-road price quote in your city.
Latest Updates
Wednesday, 02 August 2023 05:17 AM

KTM is introducing a new LED headlight version for its popular 200 Duke model, likely priced Rs 4,000 higher than the current model. This addition enhances its value and aligns it with the 250 and 390 Duke variants. It may also be a strategy to clear existing inventory before the launch of updated new-gen Dukes later this year.


Thursday, 14 September 2023 08:10 AM

KTM's latest offering, the MY23 Duke 200, has just been released with an ex-showroom price of Rs 1.96 lakh. What sets this model apart is its stylish LED headlamps, which enhance its unique charm. The incorporation of these new LED headlights has led to a slight price bump of Rs 3,000 for the Duke 200.

Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant 2024 KTM Duke 200 (New Model)
Availability Status in India Available
2-Wheeler Type Naked
Latest Price in India 2024 KTM Duke 200 price is Rs 1.98 lakh (ex-showroom).
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Electronic Orange, Dark Galvano
Official Tagline A Powerful Appearance
On Road Price 2024 KTM Duke 200 on road price is Rs 2.28 lakh in Delhi, Rs 2.36 lakh in Mumbai, Rs 2.31 lakh in Kolkata and Rs 2.34 lakh in Chennai. The prices mentioned here are approximate and we suggest you contact your nearest KTM dealership to get the exact on-road price quote in your city.
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Build Quality
Value for Money
Engine Details 199.5cc, Liquid-Cooled, Single Cylinder, DOHC, FI Engine
Fuel System Bosch Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
Cooling Liquid Cooling with Radiator
Engine cc (Displacement) 199.5 cc
Maximum Power 25 HP @ 10000 rpm
Maximum Torque 19.3 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Norms BS6-Compliant
Ignition Contactless, Controlled, Fully Electronic Ignition System with Digital Ignition Timing Adjustment
Lubrication Wet Sump, Forced
Compression Ratio 11.3:1
Bore 72 mm
Stroke 49 mm
Number of Gears 6
Clutch Clutch in Oil Bath, Mechanically Operated
Primary Gear Ratio 22:72
Secondary Gear Ratio 14:42
Mileage KTM Duke 200 mileage is 35 kmpl (approximate).
Performance In terms of performance, the 200cc street bike can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in 9.2 seconds.
Top Speed KTM Duke 200 top speed is 142 kmph (speedo-indicated).
Front Brake 300mm Single Disc with Radially Mounted Calliper
Rear Brake 230mm Single Disc with Floating Calliper
ABS SuperMoto ABS
Front Tyre 110/70-R17
Rear Tyre 150/60-R17
Front Wheel 17-inch
Rear Wheel 17-inch
Wheel Type Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
0-60 kmph 3.30 secs
0-100 kmph 9.20 secs
60-0 kmph 15.87 mtrs
Range 380 kms
0-400m 16.74 secs
Braking System 2-Channel ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System)
Similar Bikes Bajaj Pulsar NS200, Bajaj Pulsar RS200, Yamaha FZ 250, TVS Apache RTR 165 RP, KTM RC 200, TVS Apache RTR 200 4V
Front Suspension 43mm WP Apex Upside Down Forks
Rear Suspension WP APEX Monoshock, 10 Step Adjustable
Frame (Chassis) Split-Trellis Frame (Tubular)
Front Wheel Travel 150 mm
Rear Wheel Travel 150 mm
Overall Length 2002 mm
Overall Width 873 mm
Overall Height 1274 mm
Ground Clearance 155 mm
Seat Height 822 mm
Wheelbase 1357 mm
Dry Weight 150.3 kg
Kerb Weight 159 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 13.4 litres
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
ABS Light
Fuel Gauge Digital
Gear Shift Light
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 8Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light LED
Tail Light LED
Turn Signal Light (Front) LED
Turn Signal Light (Rear) LED
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Pillion Grabrail
Engine Kill Switch
Miscellaneous Information
Steering Angle 65°
Chain 5/8 x 1/4” (520) O-Ring
Ex Showroom Price vs On Road Price Ex-Showroom Price is the Manufacturing Cost of the vehicle + Dealer/Seller Profit + GST (Goods and Service Tax) + Transportation Charges (from the manufacturing plant to the dealership). On the other hand, the On-Road Price is the actual cost you pay to the dealership to make the vehicle legal to run on the roads. It includes Ex-Showroom Price in your city + RTO Charges (Vehicle Registration) + One Time Road Tax + Insurance Charges. The On-Road Price also includes some optional things like if you opt for Genuine Accessories and Extended Warranty while buying a vehicle. Please note that the On-Road Price varies a lot across different states in India due to different percentage for the State Registration Charges.

KTM Duke 200 Review

24 May, 2024 11:58 AM

Detailed Review by Maxabout Team


The BS6-compliant model of the KTM Duke 200 was launched in the Indian markets back in January 2020. Currently, the bike is available at a price tag of INR 1.98 lakh (ex-showroom). It is approximately Rs 23,000 pricier when compared to its BS4 model. The bike gets revised styling along with the engine upgrade to meet the more stringent BS6 emission norms. It gets a complete design change when compared to the last-gen model.

KTM Duke 200 Design & Style

Well, talking about the design, the bike gets a complete design change which is really fresh to see. It gets 1290 Super Duke R-inspired styling and is based on the design language of Duke 250. The headlamp design of the bike is similar to that of Duke 250. Talking about the headlamp, it gets an all-new angular LED headlight setup that comes mated to LED DRLs. It gets a split seat design and rides on a lightweight steel trellis frame.

Borrowing the design traits from its elder siblings, the 2024 KTM Duke 200 has received an aggressively fresh design which uses a bolted subframe. In addition to that, the new model of the 200cc Duke has got an updated rear sub-frame, new split seats, and a new fuel tank, which has been borrowed from the KTM Duke 250. The instrument console of the motorcycle has not been updated and it continues to feature the same all-digital console as seen on the BS4 model of the bike.

KTM Duke 200 Engine & Gearbox

The 2024 model of the KTM Duke 200 comes powered with a BS6-compliant 199.5cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine that produces the same 25 HP of maximum power along with 19.3 Nm of peak torque. The engine remains mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The gearbox of the bike is now smoother in comparison to the BS4 model. With the BS6 engine upgrade, the bike gets an extra catalytic converter to reduce the sound and to comply with the emission norms. The BS6-compliant model of the bike contributes towards lesser pollution compared to its BS4 model. Talking about the exhaust system, It continues to feature an underbelly exhaust which is completely blacked out now.

KTM Duke 200 Instrument Console

The New KTM Duke 390 gets a well-equipped instrument console which will provide you with all the relevant information. It displays a gear indicator, real-time fuel efficiency, average fuel efficiency, distance to empty, service indicator, clock, and side-stand warning light. The switchgear of the bike also looks nice compared to the one available on the previous model.

KTM Duke 200 Dimensions, Mileage & Top Speed

The MY2024 KTM Duke 200 measures 2002 mm in length, 873 mm in width, and 1274 mm in height. It has a seat height of 822 mm alongside a wheelbase of 1357 mm. It now has a kerb weight of 159 kgs while the fuel tank capacity of the bike has been increased from 10.2 litres to 13.4 litres. It gets a ground clearance of 155 mm, which is quite good considering the sporty design. The mileage of the bike stands around 35-40 kmpl and the top-speed of the BS6-compliant Duke 200 is 142 kmph (approximate).

KTM Duke 200 Brakes & Suspension

The 2024 model of the KTM Duke 200 rides on a lightweight split steel trellis frame with bolt-on subframe just like the Duke 250 and Duke 390. The stopping power of the bike comes from a large 300mm front disc and a 230mm rear disc. It is mated to dual-channel ABS as standard. The suspension duties of the bike are handled by USD WP telescopic forks at the front and a rear WP mono-shock unit with a dedicated cover to prevent the dust from accumulating there. The naked motorcycle rides on a 110/70-R17 tubeless tyre at the front and a 150/60-R17 tubeless tyre at the rear.

KTM Duke 200 Colours & Graphics

The New KTM Duke 200 is available in two paint schemes: Electronic orange (Black/white), and Dark Galvano (Black/Orange). The 1290 Super Duke R-inspired design looks super cool in both colour options. The Electronic Orange paint scheme of the bike has an orange tank with black decals, while the Dark Silver Metallic paint scheme has a Grey tank with black decals.

Verdict and Competitors of KTM Duke 200

The 2024 KTM Duke 200 gets a significant hike in its price but it is justifiable considering the updates it has gone through. Not only the engine upgrade, the bike also gets a revised styling. The handling of the bike is now more precise as the handlebar of the bike has been moved closer to the rider. The bike provides the utmost balance while riding in city traffic or hitting the streets. The engine of the bike is more refined while the braking system has also been improved. Coming to the rivals, it competes in the Indian market with the likes of Bajaj Pulsar NS200, TVS Apache RTR 200 4V, Suzuki Gixxer 250, Hero Xtreme 200R, Yamaha FZS 25, and the Honda Hornet 200.

Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for KTM Duke 200
Is KTM Duke 200 heavy?
05 January 2023 12:53
The KTM Duke 200 is not unusually heavy for a motorcycle. It weighs around 168 kg, making it slightly heavier than the average motorcycle. However, its weight is still manageable and shouldn't be a problem for most riders.
How many km can KTM Duke 200 run?
05 January 2023 12:51
The KTM Duke 200 has a tank capacity of 13.5 liters and can run up to 300 km on a single tank of fuel. The bike is also known to deliver a good mileage of 40 kmpl.
What will be the major changes for 2017 model KTM Duke 200 or I should go for present model (2016)..?
01 August 2023 07:43

You can go for the present KTM 200 Duke as KTM may not launch the 2017 model in the country anytime soon. The revision will include the addition of ABS to the bike while everything else is expected to be kept the same. The motorcycle is a very good option for everyday riding as it comes with an upright stance as well as a peppy 199.5 cc engine with an urge of acceleration. It currently sells for INR 1,43,000.


Can anyone tell me that Benelli TNT 25 is better than KTM Duke 200 and Honda CBR250R?
01 August 2023 07:43

Benelli TNT 25 is the best option out of all the above considered bikes. It comes with a refined 249cc engine producing 28.16 BHP and 21.61 Nm of torque. It gets a comfortable seat height of 780 mm and gets a huge 17 liter fuel tank. It is not as aggressive as 200 Duke and performs much better than the Honda CBR250R. The design is quiet appealing and it comes with a price tag of INR 1,68,000.


When will KTM Duke 200 ABS be launched in India?
29 December 2022 05:59
KTM 200 Duke would soon be available with ABS as the CEO of KTM has announced that all the bikes above 125cc would be loaded with safety features like ABS. The motorcycle currently retails for INR 1,43,000 whereas the newcomer would get a significant increase in its price tag. It produces 24.65 BHP @ 10,000 rpm and 19.2 NM @ 8,000 rpm. The engine is a 199.5cc, liquid cooled and fuel injected motor. The KTM 200 Duke is suitable for street riding purposes whereas RC series is more oriented towards track riding.

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User Reviews for KTM Duke

Reviews Submitted by Maxabout Community

Very Poor Build Quality No Support

robert price | One year ago
helpful 0

Lots of problems from day one, two and a half years later most not resolved, very poor from KTM all-round very disappointed with the bike its been horrendous owning it.

Best Features: Headlights

Pros: Was Ok to Start With

Cons: Poor quality after a year, its very poor

Value For Money
Customer Service

Best 200cc Bike in India

Rahul PS | One year ago
helpful 1

Currently i bought a Duke 200 BS6 2 weeks ago and its a good decision to buy. I am driving between 55 and 65 and getting a mileage of 40.1 km/l currently which is a good one in this segment. The headlight visibility is good. Initial acceleration is also good. I recommend for Duke 200 and above version to use premium petrol as the compression rate is 11.3. Overall experience, I am totally satisfied with the bike. As on the cons side the ground clearance is really now especially when you are carrying an pillion rider, there is an high chance of hitting the lower part in the bumper.

Best Features: Dual Channel ABS, DRL

Pros: Looks, Acceleration and Mileage

Cons: Ground Clearance

Value For Money
Customer Service

Worst bike when it comes to maintainance

Sagar - | 3 years ago
helpful 3

This review is based on personal experience. KTM Duke 200 is One of the worst bikes when it comes to maintenance. I feel I have spent the same amount on petrol and maintenance. For 15,000km Petrol = 36,000 (bike mileage 30km/LTR) Petrol price - 75 (AVG) Maintenance Service = 3 times x 3500 = 10500 (min) Fork oil seal replacement= 2500 Starter motor stator coil replacement =3500 Chain sprocket replacement= 3500 Oil seal replacement = 1500 Start on button replacement = 1200 Fuel sensor replacement= 1000 Clutch wire replacement = 200 Chain lubrication For every 500kms = 100 I.e for 15,000kms = 3000 Seat cover (because seat started cracking) = 800 Both tires = 7000 Total = 34,700 I can even show bill for all the things I have mentioned above. Bike is not designed for Indian roads. It's just an overpriced low quality bike.

Best Features: Nothing to tell

Pros: Acceleration

Cons: Bike it self

Value For Money
Customer Service

Good looking KTM 390 Duke. But too aggressive looks.

Varun Bhat | 4 years ago
helpful 5

KTM has built a good bike, but it's too aggressive look and can't hold more interest for long time. Good bike for superbike beginners

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).

Value For Money
Customer Service

1st of its kind !!

Atiqur Rahman | 7 years ago
helpful 0

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!! Also not to mention, the waiting period for the Duke 390 is too bit longer as that of Duke 250 & 200,which will be available from 8th of March.

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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KTM Duke 200 Comments

User Comments
Aamir Shaikh
6 years ago

Friends i have to say something i am not saying that duke is bad bike but in terms of price the duke 200 is not value for money since 2012 launch the ex showroom price was around 1.17 lakh but now just look at the price 1.46 lakh and on road price around 1.69so just think guys 1.84 Lk there are many bikes like dominar 400 u r getting 35 bhp 35 torque n abs also or u can go for 200 ns Apache 200 but still you want ktm then go for duke 250 or 390 don't buy rc 200 or duke 200 its a waste of money thank you

Mukkamala Ramu
6 years ago

KTM engine sound is not pleasant

7 years ago

I have a 2 year old ktm buke. Worst bike when it comes to maintenance. Spare parts are very costly. . One or the other spare part is gone in every 2months. Any spare part replacement will cost you anywhere between 1500 - 8000 and service will cost 3500-6000.
If you still wanna buy the bike then be ready to pay more to spares then you pay for petrol.

Ravi Kiran
7 years ago

can anyone tell me which is better, Duke 200 or RC 200. ?
and is there back pain occured while riding .

Vishal jaz
7 years ago

Can any1 tell me d avrg of duke ktm 200 in city....

Dravid John
7 years ago

i wanna buy ktm duke 200 but i got rumours that the bike was as not much good in maintance and the new bike itself must go bring for servicing every 2 months due to some internal problems.i think u guys can help me knowing wht the actual problem

Abishek Shivan
7 years ago

how much the weight of two person that the seats can hold...maximum..

Mukkamala Ramu
7 years ago

KTM duke max torque is 19.2 nm at 8000rpm where as karizma r new model torque is 19.35 nm at just 6000 rpm ,so how can we say ktm is better than karizma in pick up ?ktm has max power of 24.2hp at 10000rpm .karizma power is 19.85 hp at just 7500rpm .it is not safty to run bike beyond 100kmph .with karizma r we can beat 100kmph at the earlier stage than ktm or any other bike of 225 cc sector.customers normally goes at 80 to 110kmph .we can achiev that range of speed easily at low rpm with less effort on karizma r .we dont need speed of 140 and above .if we want it is better to go for KAR/CAR .Max speed of ktm is 138 max speed of karizma r is 126. it is 12kmph more.even its design speed is 126 it goes beyond that up to 140kmph .unfortunately hero compny launched new model and forced to close the production due to poor sales since new model is rejected by commuterse.sports sports so what about bikes of 10 to 30 lakhs?

Deepak Kumar Thakur
8 years ago

duke is best i have for 1 years for my opinion i always prefer duke200 mileage is best and sporty look gives better look

Mukkamala Ramu
8 years ago

Extremely Important Facts About Farting
what is the rpm of this bike at 100km speed

Mukkamala Ramu
8 years ago

you said that it is at 100kmph at 9200rpm where as some one is at 100kmph at 6000rpm and its cost is just rs85000 only.

tufan acharjya
8 years ago

which is better than- apache160 or KTM Duke 125??

8 years ago

apache rtr 180 ABS, or Duke 200?

Mohamed Ajmal
8 years ago

How much the price duke 200cc

9 years ago

hey guys what is the best average a duke 200 can give in the city plz tell me as soon as possible so i will book it fast

Kashish sachdev
9 years ago

i am going to buy 200cc in this week ..... So i am going on a right path or worng friends plzz suggest me ????/

parish i like bike
10 years ago

Top speed is very low my bikes give 135 only how to increase

10 years ago

The review about the " Comfort while Driving ", is just a Blunt Lie. This bike is for sure not at all comfortable. The funniest thing about the review made in this website for comfort level for most of the Indian bike, is that they say " This bike provides optimum comfort the rider". LOL.
One thing needs to be considered on all the bikes are safety and comfort, which will have a direct affect on the riders handling capability.

The comfortable bikes launched in India is Hero Xtreme, Hunk, Karisma R, Honda CBR250R, Bajaj avenger, Royal Enfield bullet series, suzuki gs150r, yamaha fazer and Honda Stunner.

The bikes that are either stiff or uncomfortable are Pulsar 150, 180 ( pulsar 220 is some what ok, i have tested with my cousins bike ), TVS bikes, Yamaha FZ16, R15, Kawasaki ninja 250cc (bike is heavy, u can feel the weight in the handle bar) and KTM 200 Duke.

10 years ago

It is hard to forget the uncomfortable seat position, even bike has the best pickup and handling compared to other 180cc and 200 cc indian bikes, due to my high expectation on this bike, as it is an imported model.

10 years ago

Had a test run last year end.

cons - The seat position is extremely sporty, making the posture uncomfortable, and gives lot of strain and pain to the back, and it is hard to remain on the bike after 30 mins. Small pillion seat. Engine heats up too much after 30 mins.

Pros - The only thing that is best is the pickup, handling, nice cornering and perfect grunt that makes this bike to rev very well.

I wonder how come a high quality bike has a minus point in seating comfort and posture.

10 years ago

none of d bikes mostly seen on roads stand against duke 390

10 years ago

I loved every feature of this nike. But I still have one question, can this bike give mileage of 35 or between 35-40 ??? If ya, what are the riding & maintainence requirements ??

10 years ago

duke is one of the awsome bikes

10 years ago

How many times does a GPS satellite rotate each day

10 years ago

how can I purchase this bike at this website ?

10 years ago

KTM 390 is enough to beat Ninja 300. It came in half price of Ninja

Bike lover
10 years ago

Indian guys are really ignorant to talk about Top speed for Off road bike and then compare with other race bikes....Ha Ha Ha......Only Indians have a peculiar kind of creative attitute by checking top speed by Drag racing with different types of bikes(KTM Duke 200 Vs Yamaha R15, Pulsar 220 ...etc - Check Youtube)
KTM Duke is an Off road bike(people who have not seen Off road dirt bike racing, check Youtube) and people compete this bike with sports bike like Yamaha R15, FZ series, Honda CBR.............well kind of funny with these kind of comments people make of after comparison. A true racer will use the right kind of bike for that particular type of Race.
Well why should we have bikes to just show off, why not enjoy its perfromance and its features. Those who have KTM bikes, have a fun ride. Those who want to compare KTM with other bikes, make a reasonable comparison.

ash lee
10 years ago

getting duke tommorow

10 years ago

the bike is 125 kg not 136 kg

10 years ago

I call my bike a Monster

11 years ago

nice byt,,,,,,,

Katta Kranthi
11 years ago

duke is the best bike to have a fast ride on

11 years ago

How much the price ktm duke200 in kolkata

krishna kshatriya
11 years ago

200 Duke: Lightness rediscovered - or the 125 Duke for grown-ups. Maximum riding fun, powerful propulsion and optimum user value thanks to thoroughbred motorcycle technology. Featherweight chassis with high-quality components and first-class brakes. And dynamic cornering fun guaranteed with the surprisingly full-bodied and lively power of the cultivated, new four-stroke single-cylinder with injection, six-speed transmission and low fuel consumption. Precisely what you'd expect from a genuine KTM.

Raja Sekhar
11 years ago

very light wieght bike,................

A. Madhu
11 years ago

good bike nice handling

11 years ago

good bike dude

11 years ago

the bike is extremely new for Indians. Yes, we have seen bikes like Yamaha FZ before which also carry the naked looks but the premium touch and appeal of this bike makes it one of its kinds. Starting from its front, the bike has very slim headlight with no visor. The front mudguard is also short and simple in size but its big telescopic forks, disk plate and wider tyre makes it look macho. The bike has very small body panels. The tank is big and uplifted and sports Duke on it. The rear mudguard is very sporty and along with its fatty tyre, the bike can hold your attention easily. Small tail light is very simple and its black coloured grab rails and clear lens indicators also complement the overall styling.

Instrument Console of KTM 200 Duke

KTM promotes the instrument console of Duke as cockpit which features a digital speedometer, odometer, trip meter and fuel gauge. This cockpit also has some LED indicators. The bike uses orange coloured back light in its instrument console. The instrument console is not easily readable and apart from its speedometer, you will have to search for other things in it as it compromises on space.

Engine and Gearbox of KTM 200 Duke

KTM 200 Duke uses a single-cylinder, liquid- cooled 200cc engine. This 4-stroke, DOHC engine is very powerful as it churns out a maximum power output of 25 bhp at 10000 rpm. The torque output of this engine is 19.2 Nm which is available at 8000 rpm. The bike is equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox with one gear down and five gears up-shift pattern.

Acceleration and Performance

This is the best engine ever used in any street bike in India. The high refinement of this DOHC engine allows you to rev this bike as hard as possible. The gear ratios are well matched with this engine which makes this bike more energetic. The bike does 0-100km/hour in 9.2 seconds. The crispy gear ratios allow you to move quickly through city traffic without wasting much time. The bike can easily go pass the speed of 136km/hr. The throttle response is very impressive. The power to weight ratio of this bike is incredible due to its lightweight. This bike performs best after 4000rpm and till 10000rpm; there is nothing which will disturb you. The torque production is also satisfactory which reduces frequent gear shifting. The bike easily picks up in any gear and even with a pillion rider; you can easily overtake most of the bikes on highways. It’s a perfect option for highway cruising. Even if you take this bike off road, the high amount of torque is available very early which confirms you a pleasant ride. Take it on any terrain and you will be surprised to see the power delivery of this bike. Its short gear ratios, light weight and responsive engine make it perfect for those who know and like to perform stunts. The bike has something for everyone.

KTM 200 Duke Mileage

The fuel efficiency of this engine ranges from 28-35km/ltr in city conditions. One can expect these figures to increase by 2-3km/ltr on highways. Despite its power packed performance, these mileage figures are quite respectable for a bike of this size.

Comfort while Driving KTM 200 Duke

The seat of 200 Duke is very comfortable and can hold you for a long time. Foot pegs are placed far behind in order to give your knees a perfect angle to roll back so that your thighs firmly hold the tank of the bike. The wide handles bar is also very convenient and you can firmly hold it with your palm. The shoulders feel much relaxed and even in city traffic, it’s not an issue to use this bike.

Safety Features and Storage Space

200 Duke has a very powerful headlight which enables you to get a clear view of road at nights. There is no storage space in this bike.

Suspension and Braking

200 Duke has a very capable suspension system with high-quality upside-down fork at its front and mono shock absorber at its back. Big discs of 280mm at its front and 230mm at its back confirms you a safe ride with complete control on this bike.

Ride and Handling

Its superb suspension, extremely wide rear tyre and a wheelbase of 1367mm gives you a very stable and pleasing ride. Moreover its, lightweight rear swing arm adds to the stability of this bike. It handles really well and it’s not difficult to steer this bike in city traffic. The bike is quite nimble and strong around corners and gives you immense confidence. The tyres hold the road firmly and even on highway also, it’s a very stable bike and its good suspension keeps you grounded at high speeds. Its suspension and handling can also prompt you to take it off road. It can digest any pothole and can easily cross any obstruction with a ground clearance of 165mm.

Main Features of KTM 200 Duke

Sharp front styling, High Performance Braking system

Quick acceleration with large gear ration

Quick throttle response with highly aspirated 199.5cc engine with dual exhaust mufflers

High Suspension travel, Light Weight body structure

Rigid body design to deal with high speeds and stresses

Sporty shades and graphics

Technical highlights of KTM 200 Duke

Best-in-class power to weight ratio of 184 PS/ton (Yamaha R15 - 130 and Honda CBR250R - 155)

Maximum Power of 25 Bhp at 10000 rpm

Maximum Torque of 19.2 Nm at 8000 rpm

Engine Displacement of 199.5cc

Front and Rear Disk Brakes

Large ventilated brake disk at front with dual cylinder callipers

Diamond shaped steel frame for rigid and strong structure

Mono-shock suspension at rear

Large-travel Telescopic suspension at the front

Alloy wheels

Sporty Graphics and body work

Dual Muffler Exhaust

High gear ratios for quick acceleration

6 Speed Manual Transmission

Digital Ignition

Price & Booking of KTM 200 Duke

KTM 200 Duke – Rs. 1,29,000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi)

The booking amount for the KTM 200 Duke is Rs. 30,000 (now Rs. 20,000)

Booking will be on a first come first serve basis

Bajaj-KTM has priced the 200 Duke very competitively at INR 1,29,000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). At this price it is a sure shot hit because 200 Duke is awesome in terms of looks and styling and is also very powerful 200cc bike. Yamaha R15 is a 150cc bike but is priced around Rs. 1.2 lakhs and selling very well because it is technically very sound, same is with KTM 200 Duke which features a liquid cooled 200cc engine which generates maximum power of 25 Bhp and also comes with front and rear disc brakes. The booking amount for the KTM 200 Duke is Rs. 30,000 (now Rs. 20,000).

Shades Available in KTM 200 Duke




KTM 200 Duke was launched with only one colour option - Orange. But on demand and feedback from customers KTM has launched two new shades: White and Black on 17th October, 2012.

More about KTM

KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world

KTM debuts in India with its premium street bike brand: the Duke

The first offering from the KTM stable in India, the 200 Duke would be retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts. On the occasion of the launch Mr. Stefan Pierer, CEO of KTM-Sportmotorcycles AG, said “We are delighted to have the Duke 200 in India and are very positive about the prospects of KTM in the Indian market. With our unique design and engineering philosophy, we have managed to develop our unique brand identity which we are confident that our customers in India will appreciate” Mr. Rajiv Bajaj, MD Bajaj Auto, said “The launch of the Duke 200 is one of the many steps in Bajaj Auto’s association with KTM over the last five years. Between the Bajaj Pulsar and the KTM Duke we intend to further strengthen our dominant position in the sports motorcycle segment in India. The KTM 200 Duke is meant for people who are young at heart and like to be different”


KTM 200 Duke is priced at INR 1.29lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). This bike is not for everyone and its high price tag is an evidence of it. At this price, it creates its own league and will only appeal to those who are looking for an affordable and real street bike. Moreover, the high quality performance, naked looks and exclusivity are enough reasons for one to buy it. This bike will give you a different identity and if you are ready to spend this much of money on a bike then it’s a complete value for money package.

Ktm 200 Duke Images and Videos

Yashwanth Reddy Yash
11 years ago

Nice Bike.......Superb 1...Its Features are Excellent ....

11 years ago

totally confused suggest which one is better either ktm or cbr 250r please

Subash Agarwal
11 years ago

it looks lyk a naked byk....nt too good in looking......after all yamaha rockszzzz

11 years ago

bajaj has increased price of duke by 8000 to decrease the sales of duke.....these are unfair means to increase sales of pulsar 200ns

11 years ago

nice bike.....

Bhausaheb Titame
11 years ago

adventurous bike...!

Siddhesh Kamble
11 years ago

nice bike..................

Don Trueman Balouch
11 years ago

Hi I will love to buy one duke 200 cc I still want ur phone number I will like to call u n to know how I can pay for it my mail, [email protected]

Garima Surana
11 years ago

man what a sporty bike !

11 years ago

this is copy model of fz....

Abhishek Arekapudi
11 years ago

Many people will be judging this bike according to its looks, performance etc, but trust me once you get a hold of this monster you no longer control it, it will grab control over your wrists. this beast sure does love revving up. the pillion is quite small i agree, but what the heck, a single setback isnt enough to counter the tons of advantages. the mileage i get from this beast it 30-35kmpl and be sure to use 91 grade octane petrol as prescribed by ktm for better performance. Once you get on the bike, it wont let you get of soon. LOVE IT!!!!!!1

11 years ago


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