The Austrian marquee, KTM is looking forward to launching the hugely anticipated 2017 KTM 390 Duke in the Indian market on 2nd of February along with its smaller sibling. There are still no words on the pricing yet but the new 390 Duke is expected to be around Rs 5,000 on the expensive side than the current ongoing Duke.
The new bike will be carrying a host of new upgrades which have been revealed already at the 2016 EICMA show in Milan. The plethora of new upgrades includes the all-new body design, new headlight, new meter console with smartphone connectivity, new ride-by-wire throttle response and a bunch of new features. The bike will also get a new side mounted exhaust unit just like previously seen on the new 2017 RC 390.
Talking about the new 200 Duke, the bike will be seen in a new design but with lack any new features such as ABS, Slipper clutch or new meter console. The pricing on the 200 Duke is expected to remain the same as the current ongoing bike. Stay tuned as we bring you more updates on the same.
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KTM is back again with the Orange Day and this time the event is scheduled for the Delhi city which is planned to happen at the Delhi Rides Water Park, Kalindi Kunj Park, Okhla Park, News Delhi. The timing for the event starts from 4:30 pm onwards. The event is exclusive only for the KTM 200 Duke and the RC 200 riders while the 390 owners cannot participate in the racing event. The Orange day comprises of various action packed events including racing, stunts, music events and bike service check-up camp as well.
The entry to the KTM owners is free and among which only 200 owners are allowed to register for the racing event. Non-KTMers are also welcome to witness the high energy racing event at the Orange Day. The company keeps on organizing the same in the various Indian cities including Lucknow, Mumbai, Kochi, Pune, Kolkata, Baroda, Ahmedabad, Bangalore and many other places across India.
Both the RC200 and the 200 Duke shares the same engine and frame platform. This 199.5cc, single cylinder engine churns out 25bhp of maximum power and 19Nm of peak torque. The Duke is currently priced at Rs 1.44 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) while the RC 200 stands at Rs 1.60 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).