KTM has displayed the 2017 version of its three naked performance motorcycles - the 200 Duke, 250 Duke and the 390 Duke - at the 2017 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show. The KTM 200 Duke employs a 199.5 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine which produces 25.8 PS of power and 19.2 Nm of torque.
The bike uses WP inverted fork at the front with 150 mm of travel and a rear monoshock with 150 mm of travel. The bike employs a front 300 mm disc and a rear 230 mm disc. The fuel tank capacity stands at 11 litres.
The 2017 KTM 250 Duke uses a 248.8 cc single cylinder engine with liquid cooling. It generates 29.9 PS of power and 24 Nm of peak torque. The claimed fuel efficiency stands at 30.86 kmpl. This translates into a range of 413 km using its 13.4 litre fuel tank. The bike employs WP open cartridge inverted fork at the front which offers 142 mm of travel while the rear uses monoshock with adjustable preload. The bike uses 300 mm front disc and a 230 mm rear disc with ABS as an option.
The 2017 KTM 390 Duke sees a host of changes from the previous generation. The bike comes with full LED headlamps, TFT instrument cluster, ride-by-wire and ABS. A 373.2 cc single cylinder liquid cooled engine does duty in the bike. It puts out 43.5 PS of power and the engine works in tandem with a 6-speed gearbox with slipper clutch. The bike gets 43 mm WP open cartridge inverted forks and a rear monoshock. The bike is anchored by 320 mm front and 230 mm rear disc with twin channel ABS.