KTM Duke Range Sales Report of February 2019

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KTM Duke 125 is the entry-level model in the Duke range. Since launch, the motorcycle has outshined the Duke 200 as the best selling Duke in India. The Duke 125 is the most affordable KTM in the country with the price tag of INR 1.18 lakhs. If the December 2018 and January 2019 sales of the Duke 125 considered, the motorcycle is generating good volume. In December 2018 sales the KTM Duke 125 bike was the major sales contributor in Duke range with 2,414 units as against to 926 units of Duke 200, 135 units of Duke 250 and 106 units of Duke 390. In total, the sold KTM Duke in that month accounts at 3,580 units.

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In January 2019, the collected sales from the Duke 125 stands at 1,042 units in contrast with other Duke models including Duke 200 at 1,946 units, and Duke 250 and Duke 390 at 308 units and 279 units respectively. Based on the Duke 200, the Duke 125 was introduced in Indian lineup in November 2018. Priced at INR 1.18 lakhs, the Duke 125 gets power from a 124.7cc fuel injected, liquid cooled engine. The mill is rated to make out the maximum power of 14.5 bhp power at 9,250 rpm and the peak torque of 12 Nm torque at 8,000 rpm. The KTM Duke 200 bike on the other hand, is powered by a 99.5 cc liquid cooled, DOHC engine which generates 24bhp and delivers 19.2Nm via a mated 6-speed gearbox. As compared to the entry-level sibling, the Duke 200 uses 10 hp and 7Nm more power output.

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Earlier this month, the Austrian bikemaker launched the 2019 KTM Duke 250 ABS variant. Priced at INR 1.94 lakhs, it is dearer by INR 14,000 over the non-ABS variant. Unlike, the Duke 125 and Duke 200, the 2019 Duke 250 ABS gets dual channel ABS. While the powering for the model comes from the 250cc liquid cooled single cylinder engine which develops 30hp at 9,000 rpm and 24Nm of peak torque at 7,500 rpm via a mated 6-speed gearbox transmission.

Last but not least, the KTM Duke 390 bike is the most powerful in all. It is powered by a 373.2cc single cylinder, 4 stroke, liquid cooled engine with the maximum power of 43.5 PS at 9000 rpm and 37 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm via a mated 6-speed gearbox.