KTM 250 Duke

INTRODUCTION

Introducing the KTM 250 Duke – a thrilling embodiment of power, performance, and style that’s bound to leave motorcycle enthusiasts on the edge of their seats. KTM, renowned for its unbridled passion for innovation and adrenaline-pumping rides, has taken the Duke lineup to new heights with this 250cc beast. So how much does the KTM 250 Duke Price? Time to find out.

GALLERY

KEY SPECIFICATIONS

DISPLACEMENT

249.07cc

MILEAGE

39-42km/l

POWER

31PS @ 9250 rpm

TORQUE

25Nm @ 7250 rpm

FUEL SYSTEM

Fuel Injection

TANK CAPACITY

15 liters

REAR SUSPENSION

WP APEX Monoshock

KERB WEIGHT

162.8kg

Ratings

  • 90%

    Performance

  • 95%

    Features

  • 100%

    Handling

  • 95%

    Comfort

  • 95%

    Build Quality

  • 100%

    Styling

  • 93%

    Value for Money

  • 95%

    Total

Price

State - DELHI
City - DELHI
Price (Ex-showroom) - 2,39,000

SPECIAL FEATURES

1
DUAL CHANNEL ABS
2
LIGHTWEIGHT FRAME
3
LED HEADLIGHT
4
QUICK SHIFTER
5
SLIPPER CLUTCH
6
BLUETOOTH CONNECTIVITY
7
LCD CONSOLE
8
LIQUID COOLING
9
X-RING CHAIN
10
GPS & NAVIGATION
11
PILLION GRABRAIL
12
WP APEX SUSPENSION

Full Specifications

City 39km/l
Highway 42km/l
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Tripmeter Digital
Fuel Guage Yes
Low Fuel Indicator Yes
Low Battery Indicator Yes
Low Oil Indicator Yes
Start Type Electric only
Kill Switch Yes
Clock Yes
Pass Light Yes
ABS Bosch 10 MB Two Channel ABS (disengageable)
Stand Alarm Yes
Brakes (F) 320 mm Disc with Radially mounted calliper
Brakes (R) 240 mm Disc with Floating calliper
Type Split-Trellis frame
Front Suspension WP APEX USD forks, 43mm diameter
Rear Suspension WP APEX Monoshock, 10-step preload adjustable)
Ground Clearance 176mm
Seat Height 800/820 mm
Kerb Weight 162.8kg
Fuel Capacity 15l
Electrical System 12 V, 8 AH MF battery
Head Lamp LED Head Lamp
Brake/Tail Light LED Tail Lamp
Engine Type Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, DOHC, FI Engine
Displacement 249.07 cc
Power 31PS @ 9250 rpm
Torque 25Nm @ 7250 rpm
Clutch PASC™ antihopping clutch, mechanically operated
Bore x Stroke 72mm x 61.1mm
EMS Bosch EMS
Lubrication Wet Sump, Forced

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KTM 250 DUKE OVERVIEW & PRICE

The KTM 250 Duke is not your ordinary motorcycle; it’s a precision-engineered marvel that embodies the very essence of KTM’s NAKED ethos. This machine exudes a level of raw power and aggression that’s bound to set your heart racing. It’s not just an update; it’s a revolution on two wheels.

Under the hood, you’ll find a meticulously crafted 248cc engine that’s been taken to the next level. With a newly optimized cylinder head and gearbox, this powerhouse delivers an impressive 30.57 bhp of pure, unadulterated performance at 9250 rpm, accompanied by a muscular torque output of 25 Nm at 7250 rpm.

The KTM 250 Duke is not just about performance, it’s a work of art on wheels. Two vibrant color options, Ceramic White and Electronic Orange, breathe life into its striking design. The blend of white, orange, black, and grey elements creates a visual spectacle that’s impossible to ignore. It’s a true reflection of KTM’s commitment to aesthetics and functionality.

But it’s not just about the power and looks. This Duke comes loaded with features that elevate your riding experience to a whole new level. From a ride-by-wire throttle system to a quick shifter and a slipper clutch, KTM has left no stone unturned in ensuring you have complete control and comfort on the road. And let’s not forget the Bluetooth-enabled five-inch LCD console, which keeps you connected and informed.

Safety is paramount, and the KTM 250 Duke doesn’t disappoint. Equipped with Bosch 10 MB Two Channel ABS, four-piston radial fixed calipers and a steel trellis frame, this machine ensures you have the handling and braking performance you need to navigate any road with confidence.

In conclusion, the KTM 250 Duke is not just a motorcycle, it’s a statement of power, style, and innovation. Whether you’re an experienced rider or a newcomer to the world of motorcycles, this Duke promises to deliver an adrenaline rush like no other. It’s time to embrace the thrill, conquer the road, and experience the 250 Duke. The current ex-showroom KTM 250 Duke price is ₹ 2,39,000.

KTM 250 DUKE VERDICT

PROS

  • Powerful Engine
  • Striking Design
  • Good Ground Clearance

CONS

  • No Pillion Backrest
  • Limited Under seat Storage
  • Slightly High Seat Height

About KTM Bikes

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An Austrian engineer Johann TrunkenpolzIn in 1934, set up an unregistered shop named Kraftfahrzeug Trunkenpolz Mattighofen which initially dealt with car repairing and later began selling DKW motorcycles and Opel cars in 1937. Later in 1953, the company was renamed and registered as Kronreif & Trunkenpolz Mattighofen (KTM) by businessman Ernst Kronreif, the company’s major shareholder.

From 2012, KTM was the largest motorcycle manufacturer in Europe for four consecutive years. KTM has its brand values in its purity, performance, adventure, and extreme circumstances. Globally, the company is among the leading off-road motorcycle manufacturers.

The Bajaj – KTM partnership began in 2007 when Bajaj Auto International Holdings BV picked up a 14.5% stake in KTM Power Sports AG and launched the brand in India. BAIHBV gradually increased its stake to 48% in the upcoming years. In 2021, the shareholding was simplified when BAIHBV swapped 46.5% of its holding to gain a 49.9% stake in PTW Holding AG (the KTM group’s parent company).

KTM entered the Indian market in 2012 when Bajaj Auto increased its stake in KTM from 14.5 per cent to 47 per cent, and it was also the year KTM Duke 200 was introduced in the Indian market. Soon after, when the company started to show positive sales figures, KTM and Bajaj announced that they would develop two new 125cc, 200cc, and 390cc mass-focussed motorcycles.

KTM also owns Husqvarna, the Vitpilen 250, and Svartpilen 250 models, made in India at the Bajaj-KTM plant in Chakan, Pune. Bajaj plays an essential role in the growth prospects for KTM. as KTM models are mass manufactured at Bajaj’s facility in Chakan and then exported to the world. Currently, the KTM produces two travel bikes – KTM 390 Adventure & KTM 250 Adventure, four naked bikes – 390 Duke, 250 Duke, 200 Duke & 125 Duke, and three supersport bikes – RC 390, RC 200 & RC 125.

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