Almost every industry was adversely affected by the ongoing pandemic. And, the automobile industry was no different. Input costs are high now. Even, the raw materials and transportation costs are on the higher side.
KTM has already increased the price of their motorbikes at the beginning of this year. Meanwhile, it is the second time that the Austrian bike manufacturer will be doing exactly the same. Sadly, this time the margin of increment is a lot higher than it was earlier.
- KTM has recently announced a price hike on their entire range from today onwards.
- This is the second price hike for the year due to higher input costs like transportation, etc.
- It is the Duke 125 that is now expensive by Rs.8,812 with a new price tag of Rs.1.60 Lakhs.
Price Revision At A Glance
Starting with the smallest. The KTM Duke 125 comes powered by a 124.7cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. It produces 14.5PS of power along with a peak torque of 12Nm while being mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
Apart from this, two colour schemes are available on the Duke 125 including – Electronic Orange and Ceramic White. Earlier, this bike comes with a price tag of Rs.1.51 Lakhs. However, with an increase of Rs.8,812, it now costs a premium of Rs.1.60 Lakhs.
Just like the Duke 125, even the KTM RC 125 comes with the exact same engine. Also, the power figures of both the bikes remain exactly the same. The price of the sports bike earlier was Rs.1.62 Lakhs. However, customers will have to pay Rs.1.70 Lakhs now to own this bike.
Both, Duke 200 and RC 200 draw power from a 199.5cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine. The power figure from this engine stands at 25PS while the peak torque remains at 19.2Nm. For now, Duke 200 comes with a price tag of Rs.1.83 Lakhs. Whereas, RC 200 will now be retailed at Rs.2.06 Lakhs.
The 249cc liquid-cooled engine powers the KTM Duke 250. Also, it is the same engine that powers the all-new 250 Adventure as well. To be precise, this engine is capable of churning out 30 PS of power and a peak torque of 24Nm. Transmission duties for this engine are handled by a 6-speed gearbox.
However, it is the KTM Duke 250 that now comes with a price tag of Rs.2.21 Lakhs. When compared to the older price it has increased by somewhere around Rs.4,200. Similarly, after receiving a price hike, 250 Adventure is now priced at Rs.2.54 Lakhs.
KTM 390 Trio
Powering the trio, including – Duke 390, RC 390 and 390 Adventure is a 373c liquid-cooled engine. This engine produces a massive 43.5PS of power alongside a peak torque of 37Nm. Further, there is a 6-speed gearbox doing the transmission duties on all three bikes.
KTM Duke 390, RC 390 and 390 Adventure have received a price hike of Rs.5,371, Rs.5,174 and Rs.6,239 respectively. Therefore, the new price tag for Duke 390 now stands at Rs.2.75 Lakhs. Meanwhile, the other two now comes priced at Rs.2.65 Lakhs (RC 390) and Rs.3.16 Lakhs (390 Adventure).
Revised Price List: KTM Motorcycles
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*all prices ex-showroom, New Delhi