2017 KTM Duke 190 is the new name of the Duke 200 which helps Bajaj position the Duke 250 aggressively and each motorcycle will have its owner buyer
KTM Duke 190 is the new name of the KTM Duke 200 which was being sold till date. That is the major highlight of the new Duke range. We told you this would happen exactly a week ago as a exclusive scoop. The Duke 190 gets a lot of refreshment which makes it a 2017 model. There are subtle amount of changes everywhere to make sure it looks right in the crowd of the Duke 250 and Duke 390 which is standing next to it.
2017 KTM Duke 190 Design and Dimensions
The design remains the same, there are new stunning graphics on offer which make the bike stand out. The Duke 190 continues to have tall and slim stance and looks like purposeful motorcycle with LED tail-lamps, large rear mudguard, slim tail-piece, and the fat mechanicals along with a uniquely crafted aluminium swingarm add to the styling package.
2017 KTM Duke 190 Chassis, suspension and brakes
The trellis frame, WP upside down forks, 8-step adjustable monoshock at the rear and MRF C1 and FC1 tyres can be seen on this motorcycle. 320mm disc brakes at the front and 230 mm at the rear continue to be on offer. Adjustable levers will be part of the package.ABS is seen on this motorcycle as standard. A good move by KTM.
2017 KTM Duke 190 Price and Launch
Launched in February 2017, the price is Rs. 1.45 Lakhs ex-showroom Delhi
2017 KTM Duke 190 Engine And Specification
The engine now makes 26 BHP of power and 19 Nm of torque from a 4-valve, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, DOHC engine. The power is sent through a 6-speed revised gearbox.
2017 KTM Duke 190 Safety and Features
ABS is standard on the motorcycle. Features are the same as before in the speedometer which has more information such as average speed, fuel efficiency, current fuel efficiency, time, two trip meter, odometer, service reminder, average speed and digital tachometer.
2017 KTM Duke 190 Competition
Yamaha FZ250, Apache RTR 200, YZF-R15, CBR 250R, Bajaj Pulsar RS200
2017 KTM Duke 190 Review