KTM India raises prices of all models by up to INR 5,797
Neelanjan Chakraborty, Motorcycle Nut, will ride, preferably race anything on two wheels!
KTM launched the updated 2017 Duke range in India on February 23, 2017.
KTM India has raised prices of the 2017 KTM Duke 200, 2017 KTM Duke 250, 2017 KTM Duke 390, 2017 KTM RC200 and 2017 KTM RC390 by up to INR 5,797 depending on the model. These prices are post-GST and will be valid after July 1, 2017 as well.
The 2017 KTM Duke 390, which gained ride by wire, LED headlamp and a new TFT console, was launched at a price tag of INR 225,730 and now costs INR 226,358 (both prices ex-showroom, Delhi). This is the minimum price rise seen in the KTM India line-up.
|Model||Old Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)||New Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)|
|KTM Duke 200||INR 143,500||INR 147,563|
|KTM Duke 250||INR 173,000||INR 177,424|
|KTM Duke 390||INR 225,730||INR 226,358|
|KTM RC200||INR 171,740||INR 176,527|
|KTM RC390||INR 225,300||INR 231,097|
The 2017 KTM Duke 200, which is the most affordable KTM product available in India has experienced a rise of INR 4,063. The new price tag stands at INR 147,563. The KTM RC200 also gets a rise of INR 4,787 and costs INR 176,527. The 2017 KTM RC390, which was introduced in the market along with the RC200 in January 2017, has undergone a major price bump of INR 5,797. The bike now costs INR 231,097.
The 2017 KTM Duke 250 is now dearer by INR 4,427 and costs INR 177,424. The Duke 250 gets the design language of the new KTM Duke 390 but misses out on the LED headlamp. The bike also retains the old orange backlit instrumentation console. It gets the slipper clutch as standard but misses out on ride by wire technology and ABS.
KTM is expected to unveil the production version of the KTM 790 Duke, their upcoming twin-cylinder middleweight challenger at EICMA 2017, but it has emerged that KTM India will not bring motorcycles any higher than the current range.