KTM has increased the prices of its entire line-up in India. The price hikes range from INR 250 to INR 4,257 (ex-showroom Mumbai).
The KTM 125 Duke, which recently received its first price increase since its launch, has witnessed another bump, of INR 250. The 200 Duke has received a much bigger hike of INR 2,253. The 390 Duke sees the highest increase in the range - INR 4,257. Check out the revised prices below:
|Model (ABS)||Pre-April 2019 Prices||Post-April 2019 Prices||Difference|
|125 Duke||INR 1,24,166||INR 1,24,416||INR 250|
|200 Duke||INR 1,59,168||INR 1,61,421||INR 2,253|
|250 Duke||INR 1,93,421||INR 1,96,672||INR 3,251|
|390 Duke||INR 2,43,562||INR 2,47,819||INR 4,257|
|RC200||INR 1,87,738||INR 1,89,990||INR 2,252|
|RC390||INR 2,40,234||INR 2,43,490||INR 3,256|
* Prices mentioned above are ex-showroom Mumbai – effective from April 2019
In other updates, KTM is working on expanding its product portfolio in the Indian market. Reports say that the company will launch the 790 Duke in our market this month, but there hasn't been an announcement on that so far.
The 790 Duke will be joined by the 790 Adventure, which is expected to arrive towards the festive season this year. In fact, a report from last month claimed that KTM may postpone the 390 Adventure for the bigger model. It should be noted that while the 390 Adventure is still under development, the 790 Adventure is ready for launch and is already available in select markets.
KTM is also expected to expand the RC range of motorcycles with the launch of RC125. This bike was spied in India earlier this month. The RC125 will join the 125 Duke and compete against the Yamaha YZF-R15 V3.0. The smallest RC model will feature a single-channel ABS and should cost somewhere between INR 1.30-1.35 lakh (ex-showroom) price.