Is KTM Duke 125 Fastest in KTM series?

The KTM Duke 125 is designed for enthusiasts who are more value-oriented. Although KTM has released the most recent iteration of the 125 Duke, which boasts significant improvements in terms of design, hardware, and features, the model that is currently on sale in India is the last generation.
The KTM 1290 Superduke serves as the direct design inspiration for the 125 Duke. The KTM 200 Duke and this one share a striking, mass-forward design. It has a stylish headlight and a large rear tyre that go well with its sleek tail section. An underbelly exhaust with a black exhaust tip is included with the bike. The belly pan situated beneath the engine is also coated in black. The bike has a split-seat configuration and an exposed chassis, giving it a sporty appearance.
Engine and Gearbox
A 124.7-cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, OBD-2-compliant engine that generates 14.5 PS and 12 Nm powers the KTM 125 Duke. The bike has a 13.4-liter petrol tank and a 6-speed gearbox that work along with the engine.

The KTM Duke 125 has an impressive completely digital LCD instrument console that displays standard information including speed, fuel level, engine RPM, tripmeter/odometer readings, distance to empty, average speed, real-time mileage, and a clock. That being said, Bluetooth connectivity is still absent. It sports a halogen headlight up top with LED DRLs that resemble fangs. Both the tail lamp and the indicators are LED devices. In terms of safety, Bosch single-channel ABS is standard on the 125 Duke.

Suspension and Brakes
A 43mm inverted fork up front and a 10-step-preload-adjustable rear monoshock—both WP units—handle suspension chores. A radial calliper on the 300mm front disc and a floating calliper on the 230mm rear disc are responsible for braking. 
  • Not a single component is compromised.
  • The most advanced KTM engine. 
  • The top KTM motorcycle for novice riders. 
  • Agile management. 
  • Reasonably priced for the class. 
  • Performs differently on the KTM than the other versions.
  • Maintains the classic design language, but the braking department could have done better.
  • It would have been better with a dual-channel configuration.
  • Little petrol container.
Price and Variants
There is only one regular edition of the KTM 125 Duke available in two colorways: ceramic white and electronic orange. The cost is Rs. 1,78,892. 

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