KTM India recently announced that 60 percent of total bikes are sold in South Indian states and Maharashtra. It is widely believed that sport bikes are sold more in the North region (Punjab, Delhi). KTM says that most of the buyers from the Southern side are youth and they are more aware in the world of biking than rest of India. KTM bikes are priced between INR 1.43 lakh to INR 2.25 lakh while only five models are retailed currently through the local production route.
South India & Maharashtra account for 60% of KTM India sales
KTM India currently competes with Yamaha and Benelli as both the brands have 250 cc motorcycles in their stable. The 200 cc, single cylinder Duke even rivals TVS Apache RTR 200 and Bajaj Pulsar NS200. KTM is currently the highest selling sport brand in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. Yamaha is leading in Tamil Nadu while KTM stands second in Maharashtra. The growth of KTM is even one of the best among all other, selling 50 percent more units than last year's sale chart.
Duke series from KTM is the highest selling motorcycle, offered in mouth watering 200, 250 and 390 variant. The most powerful out of all is the 373.2 cc engine that's planted inside the 390 Duke, producing 43.5 PS ad 37 Nm of torque. It carries class leading features like ride by wire throttle, LED headlight, dual channel ABS and smartphone integration system. KTM is even planning to increase the total number of dealerships from 330 to 500 in the coming months.
Here is KTM's complete lineup with their respective prices.
*Above mentioned prices are ex-showroom Delhi
- Duke 200 – INR 1,43,500
- Duke 250 – INR 1,73,000
- Duke 390 – INR 2,25,730
- RC 200 – INR 1,71,700
- RC 390 – INR 2,25,300
2017 KTM Duke 200
2017 KTM Duke 250
2017 KTM Duke 390
2017 KTM RC 200
2017 KTM RC 390