KTM 200 Duke

Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 1,51,000
* Delhi. May vary.


Bike Variant KTM 200 Duke
Current Status Available
Body Type Naked
Fuel Type Petrol
Mileage 30-35 kmpl (Approx.)
Top Speed 138 kmph
Price in India KTM Duke 200 is priced at INR 1.62 Lakh in India (Ex-Showroom).
Shades Orange, White, Black
Official Tagline A Powerful Appearance
Warranty in India 24-Months Manufacturer’s Warranty
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Value for Money
Standout Features USD forks, Wide tyres, Unique exhaust note
Should You Buy It? Go for Duke 200 only if you are prepared to leave other 250 and even 373 cc motorcycles behind for premium motorcycling components of KTM.
Engine Description Single-Cylinder, 4-Stroke, Spark-Ignition Engine, Liquid-Cooled
Fuel System Fuel Injection System
Cooling Liquid Cooling System, Continuous Circulation of Cooling Liquid with Water Pump
Displacement 199.5 cc
Maximum Power 25 HP @ 10000 rpm
Maximum Torque 19.2 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Standard BS4
Ignition Contactless, Controlled, Fully Electronic Ignition System with Digital Ignition Timing Adjustment
Bore 72 mm
Stroke 49 mm
Bharat Stage IV (BS4)
Number of Gears 6
Clutch Clutch in Oil Bath, Mechanically Operated
Primary Gear Ratio 22:72
Secondary Gear Ratio 14:42
Front Brake 300 mm Disc Brake with Four-Pot Brake Caliper
Rear Brake 230 mm Disc Brake with One-Pot Brake Caliper, Floating Brake Discs
Front Tyre 110/70 R17
Rear Tyre 150/60 R17
Wheel Type Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Front Suspension Telescopic Upside Down Forks (WP Suspension 4357)
Rear Suspension Monoshock, Alloy Swingarm (WP Suspension 4618 EM)
Frame Tubular space frame made from steel tubes, powder-coated
Front Wheel Travel 150 mm
Rear Wheel Travel 150 mm
Overall Length 2002 mm
Overall Width 873 mm
Overall Height 1274 mm
Ground Clearance 165 mm
Seat Height 810 mm
Wheelbase 1367 mm
Dry Weight 141 kg
Kerb/Wet Weight 148 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 10.2 litres
Reserve Fuel Capacity 2.5 litres
Oil tank capacity 1.4 litres
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital
Gear Shift Light
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 8Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light 12V, 60/55W, H4
Tail Light LED
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
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
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

KTM 200 Duke Review

22 Jan, 2019 05:00 PM


The 200cc naked street bike from KTM was introduced in the country in an attempt to cater to performance lover segment. The brand is known to produce highly sophisticated and differently engineered performance bikes. The KTM 200 Duke is no different. The 2017 edition of the entry-level street fighter has been launched with a few cosmetic changes. The new model disappointed a lot of KTM fans as they were expecting some major upgrades in terms of design and ABS for safety. But sadly, KTM India skipped all this and launched the 2017 BS4 model with new shades and graphics. The KTM 200 Duke proves to be a good product for brand loyalists and everyone who looks for the adrenaline rush in performance oriented bikes.

The new Duke is pretty much the same size. It has an overall length of 2002 mm and is 873 mm wide with a height of 1274 mm. The naked street bike has a seat height of 810 mm and delivers to a ground clearance of 165 mm. The bike is quite light with a wet weight of 148 kilograms, which is not much for a street bike in the segment. The 2017 KTM 200 Duke retains the same design from the previous generation. It retains the underbelly exhaust instead of the side mounts as seen on the bigger models (250 & 390). The 200 Duke isn't much of a different piece when it comes to design and uses the same mould as found in the old models. The 200 Duke is far less bulky than its elder siblings but gives you a sporty feel. It is a typical entry-level KTM model which looks to provide a cost-friendly model to the lovers of the brand. The black and orange paint job gives it a very premium brand appeal which KTM bikes are known for and suits the model well. The different thing about KTM is that their design is way different from options we see in Yamaha, Bajaj, Kawasaki etc.

KTM bikes always get a fully equipped all-digital instrument console. This one on the machine is no different and displays digital trip meter, fuel gauge, speedometer, tachometer, and odometer. The console also gets the LED indicators which add to the utility and charm. The small engine sized street fighter is powered by a 199.5cc liquid cooled engine which generates a maximum power of 24.6 bhp @ 10000 rpm and gives out a maximum torque of 19.2 Nm @ 8000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox. The KTM 200 Duke still utilities the highly refined DOHC engine which gives you an excellent throttle response. Also, the bike has a perfect speed to gear ratio for an excellent ride. The street bike is capable of making it to a top speed of 138 kmph and makes it from 0 to 100 kmph in about 9.2 seconds.

The bike is lightweight so it has a great power to weight ratio, much to the delight of the people going for an entry-level Duke. The bike gets the best performance in the range of 4000 to 10,000 rpm. Being a KTM product the torque gives you a great push as you do not feel like switching so many gears due to the great response. 200 Duke proves to be a quality product. The bike is equipped with a 300 mm front disc brake with 4 pot calliper and 230 mm rear disc brake with one pot calliper. The lack of ABS in such a premium bike which costs more than one lakh is a serious let down for the fans who look for the 2017 upgrade. KTM provides telescopic upside down forks suspension in the front and mono shock alloy swing arm on the rear end. The company provides 110/70 R17 front tyres and 150/60 R17 rear tyres.

KTM provides a very comfortable seat and ensures an upright driving position. The foot pegs are ably placed so that there is enough room for your knee while riding. The feature list on the bike is a letdown and the bike settles without an ABS. There is a digital instrument console but Duke 200 does not get LED headlamp or DRLs like KTM 390 Duke. The single variant of KTM 200 Duke comes with standard specifications and minor upgrades.

The new KTM 200 Duke was the only worthy competitor in the 200 cc segment naked street bike but now it finds itself in a completely changed scenario. It has got some mention worthy rivalry from Bajaj Pulsar NS200 and Apache RTR 200. The cost is somehow justified that KTM is a very premium brand with better performance than its 200 cc rivals. Overall, KTM 200 Duke is for the fans of the brand who will settle for the least expensive offering from the Duke street bike range. Although it lacks the charm, something you find in the high-end Duke variants, it still keeps up with good performance and standard looks. Now given the fact that the 200cc segment of naked street bikes is no longer a niche, the new bike is not a surprise. You can still buy a Pulsar NS200 or even Apache RTR 200 Fi in much less cost.


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