After the launch of 2017 KTM 390 Duke at EICMA, the Austrian bike giant has further gone ahead to reveal Duke 200 and Duke 250 first through its website. A distinct feature of these new Duke variants is that they do not come with split headlamps like the usual seasoned variants. Apart from this there are'nt many changes to the Duke 200 and 250.
One striking change you can see is that the bikes look sharper than the current offerings. The headlamp designed has been slightly tampered coming with LED. Some of the styling remind use of 1290 Super Duke. The fuel tank is bigger and the key slots lie at the front on the tank.
This time around the Duke comes with a full exhaust instead of an underbelly one. Although the company does provide a new colour scheme for the Duke 200 and Duke 250, it does miss out on TFT instrument cluster as seen in Duke 390. The Duke 200 comes with a 199.5 cc engine with more power than before.
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