BS6 KTM 250 Duke Launched In India; Priced At Rs. 2.09 Lakh

The BS6 KTM 250 Duke is priced at Rs. 2.09 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi)

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The BS6 KTM 250 Duke is priced at Rs. 2.09 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi)

The 2020 KTM 250 Duke has been launched in India at value of ₹ 2.09 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The 2020 250 Duke will get a brand new LED headlight together with new daytime operating lights, much like the unit on the KTM 390 Duke and impressed by the KTM 1290 Tremendous Duke. The motorbike additionally will get a dual-channel supermoto ABS mode together with two new colors, that are Darkish Galvano and Silver Metallic. The supermoto ABS mode disengages the ABS from the rear wheel and is practical solely on the entrance wheel. It may be activated on the press of a button.

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(The BS6 KTM 250 Duke will get a supermoto ABS mode, which disengages the ABS on the rear wheel)

Talking on the event Sumeet Narang, President (Probiking) at Bajaj Auto Ltd. stated “KTM 250 Duke is a standout quarter litre motorbike out there for fans within the premium sport motorbike phase. The automobile is enormously impressed by KTM’s unparalleled racing legacy and comes with high-tech race prepared engine and parts. As 1 / 4 litre KTM it presents one of the best in biking efficiency and concrete practicality. These upgrades on the KTM 250 Duke will additional improve its enchantment amongst the core biking fans”.

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(The KTM 250 Duke will get a 248.eight cc single-cylinder engine which makes 29.6 bhp and 24 Nm )

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Few KTM sellers have began accepting bookings for the motorbike for a token quantity of ₹ 5,000. The 250 Duke continues to be powered by a BS6 compliant 248.eight cc single-cylinder engine which makes 29.6 bhp of energy at 9,000 rpm and 24 Nm of peak torque at 7,500 rpm. By way of rivals, it goes up in opposition to the Suzuki Gixxer 250 and its sibling, the Husqvarna 250 Twins.

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