Is KTM Duke 200 Conquering the Urban Jungle? All details are here.

The KTM 200 Duke was the model that sold the most in India, but it fell to the second place after duke 125 released. The Duke 200, like the other Dukes, is renowned for its feature-rich feature set, competitive price, and class-leading power output. This motorcycle has a single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that provides power. It is supported by a monoshock in back and inverted forks up front.

The KTM 200 Duke has sharp looks like KTM 250 Duke. KTM has customised the liveries of both motorcycles to set them apart from one another. Additionally, unlike the 390 (which has a side-mounted exhaust), the 200 Duke still uses an underbelly exhaust. The small 200 sticker is located beneath the 'Duke' branding that spans the fuel tank of the new KTM motorcycle.

Engine and Gearbox
KTM Duke 200 is powered by an OBD-2 compliant, single-cylinder, 199.5cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine, which produces 25PS and 19.3Nm. The engine is paired to a 6-speed gearbox. The bike is built on a tubular split-trellis frame, which is suspended on a 43mm front USD fork and 10-step-preload-adjustable monoshock at the rear. 

Although the KTM 200 Duke still has halogen headlights, it now has fang-style LED DRLs, LED turn signals, and an LED tail light. The bike also has the same fully digital instrument console as before, which displays a clock, average fuel consumption, real-time mileage, engine RPM, and speed in addition to other information. The Duke 200 now has dual-channel ABS, in contrast to its previous version.

Brakes and handling
There is a 230mm disc brake at the back and a 300mm disc brake up front for braking. Dual-channel ABS is included as standard equipment. The 17-inch alloy wheels of the bike are fitted with tubeless MRF tyres measuring 110 mm in the front and 150 mm in the back.

There is only one variant of the KTM 200 Duke, and it comes in two colours: Dark Silver Metallic and Electronic Orange.

  • Delivers a strong performance.
  • Seems incredibly amazing.
  • Yields excellent management.
  • When in traffic, engines often get hotter. 
  • Firm seat that eventually becomes uncomfortable. 

The estimated cost of the KTM 200 Duke Standard variant is Rs. 1,96,758. The price listed for the 200 Duke is the typical ex-showroom amount.

The 200 Duke is unquestionably the best because it has a 200cc engine and nevertheless produces amazing performance. It does, however, now cost more than bikes with larger capacities, such as the Suzuki Gixxer 250, due to the significant price increase. It's still among the most exciting bikes available today, though.

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