KTM Duke 890

KTM Duke 890


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₹ 8,00,000
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The KTM Duke 890 is a powerful and thrilling ride for those people who seeking for speed and excitement on the road. It is a bike that will draw anyone's attention due to its powerful design and excellent technology. The powerful engine delivers an exciting ride with outstanding acceleration and speed. Riders can confidently drive through city traffic or take on winding roads simply because of how well it handles curves.


The 2023 KTM Duke 890 is expected to be priced at around Rs 8 lakh in India (ex-showroom). This is a 2-wheeler naked bike available in Orange and black color options.

Latest Updates
Wednesday, 27 September 2023 06:04 AM

KTM introduced the 790 Duke in India back in 2019 which changed the way we perceived mid-displacement streetfighters. The 790 was fast, light, and razor-sharp, hence the nickname ‘Scalpel’. It was only a matter of time before KTM introduced a larger, much faster version of the Scalpel -- the 890 Duke. The streetfighter has finally been unveiled globally and here’s how it compares to its younger sibling. The engine’s obviously the biggest change here. It packs an 889cc, LC8c, parallel-twin rather than the previous 789cc unit. 

Wednesday, 27 September 2023 06:07 AM

KTM will pull the wraps of one of its new bikes today. The company will unveil the base model of the 890 Duke. This motorcycle is likely to get the similar design language but could get less fancier paint scheme and stickers. This bike will also get lower spec brakes, suspension, tyres and electronics. In fact, this bike is likely to replace the 790 Duke in some markets like US and Europe.  

Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant 2024 KTM Duke 890
Availability Status in India Upcoming
2-Wheeler Type Naked
Latest Price in India 2024 KTM Duke 890 is expected to be priced around Rs 8 lakh in India (ex-showroom).
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Orange, Black
Official Tagline The Scalpel
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Value for Money
Engine Details 889cc, Parallel 2-Cylinder, 4-Stroke, 8-Valve DOHC Engine
Fuel System Ride-by-Wire
Cooling Liquid Cooled
Engine cc (Displacement) 889 cc
Maximum Power 114 HP
Maximum Torque 92 Nm
Number of Cylinders 2
Emission Norms BS6-Compliant
Lubrication Forced Oil Lubrication with 2 Oil Pumps
Bore 90.7 mm
Stroke 68.8 mm
Engine Management Bosch EMS with RBW
Valves Per Cylinder 4
Number of Gears 6
Clutch PASC Anti-hopping Clutch, Mechanically Operated
Mileage As reported by KTM, the certified mileage of Duke 890 is 20.83 kmpl.
Performance The performance values of the Duke 890 have not been revealed yet.
Top Speed KTM Duke 890 top speed figure not revealed yet.
Front Brake 300mm Dual Discs
Rear Brake 240mm Single Disc
ABS Bosch 9.1 MP (incl. Cornering-ABS and Super Moto Mode)
Traction Control System
Front Tyre 120/70-ZR17
Rear Tyre 180/55-ZR17
Front Wheel 17-inch
Rear Wheel 17-inch
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Braking System 2-Channel ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System)
Key Features Intuitive Multi-Colour Light Variable TFT Dashboard, Motorcycle Traction Control, Motor Slip Regulation, Stability Control with Cornering ABS, Rider Aids, Ride-by-Wire, PASC Anti-Hopping Clutch, Mechanically Operated.
Ride Modes Sport, Street, Rain & Track (Optional)
Similar Bikes Suzuki Katana 1000, Ducati Monster 921, Yamaha MT-09, Triumph Street Triple R, Honda CB1000R+, Kawasaki Z900
Front Suspension WP APEX 43 USD Forks
Rear Suspension WP APEX - Monoshock
Frame (Chassis) Chromium-Molybdenum-Steel Frame Using the Engine as Stressed Element, Powder Coated
Swingarm Open-Lattice Die-Cast Swingarm
Front Wheel Travel 140 mm
Rear Wheel Travel 150 mm
Seat Height 820 mm
Dry Weight 169 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 14 litres
Handlebar Width 760 mm
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
ABS Light
RPM/Gear Display
Fuel Gauge Digital
Low Fuel Warning Light
Service Reminder
Low Oil Indicator
Low Battery Indicator
Gear Shift Light
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Head Light LED
Tail Light LED
Turn Signal Light (Front) LED
Turn Signal Light (Rear) LED
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Electric Start
Rider’s Footpegs
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Self Cancelling Indicators
Engine Kill Switch
Miscellaneous Information
Emission (Co2) 112 g/km
Alloy Triple Clamp
Chain 520 X-Ring
Steering Angle 66 Degree
Quick Shift System (QSS) Optional

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Very Poor Build Quality No Support

robert price | One year ago
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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
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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

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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

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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).

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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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