Summary – KTM India has an extensive motorcycle line-up. So which KTM motorcycle is perfect for the rider reading this post? Read on to learn more.
KTM is an Austrian motorcycle manufacturer that entered India back in 2012. In a short time, the brand became quite popular among youngsters and bike lovers. Currently, the brand has a line-up consisting of ten motorcycles.
If one is confused about the KTM bike that would suit their needs, then this post can help. The following sections highlight the best bits about the KTM motorcycles available in India.
KTM Duke 125
The entry-level street bike is for novice riders who want to feel what it is like to own a KTM.
It has a single trim with an MSRP (Manufacturer’s suggested retail price) of Rs 2,11,663. The engine powering the bike is a 124.7cc BS6 unit producing 14.3 bhp and 12 Nm.
KTM RC 125
A compact sports bike ideal for new riders. It is available in a single trim that entails an MSRP of Rs 2, 23,599. The motorcycle has a powerful yet low-maintenance 124.7cc BS6 engine producing 14.34 bhp and 12 Nm.
KTM Duke 200
A street bike meant for sports bike lovers. Available in a single trim that costs Rs 2,31,627. The motorcycle has a 199.5cc BS6-compliant unit producing 24.67 bhp and 19.3 Nm.
KTM RC 200
A compact sports bike meant for neophytes. It is available in two trims. The base trim costs Rs. 2, 43,881, and the top trim costs Rs. 2, 59,446. The motorcycle has a 200 CC engine producing 24.6 bhp and 19.2 Nm.
KTM Duke 250
It is one of India’s most powerful 250 CC motorcycles that is offered in a single trim and has an MSRP of Rs. 2,82,486. The bike is meant for riders who cover long distances through overcrowded city roads. The engine powering the motorcycle is a 248.76cc BS6-compliant unit producing 29.6 bhp and 24 Nm.
KTM Adventure 250
An on-road off-road motorcycle with a 248.76cc BS6-compliant engine producing 29.63 bhp and 24 Nm, respectively. The bike is offered in a single trim, costing Rs. 2,91,922.
It is meant for those who want to own a KTM Adventure. But don’t have the skills to tame the 373.27cc engines.
KTM Adventure 390 X
A technologically stripped-down version of the standard 390 Adventure. The bike is available in a single trim that costs Rs. 3,26,383. The engine is a 373.27cc BS6-compliant unit producing 42.9 bhp of peak power and 37 Nm of peak torque.
It is meant for those who want the capabilities of the Adventure 390 but not the confusing electronic components.
KTM Duke 390
A street bike available in a single trim costs Rs. 3,58,333. A 390 CC engine produces 42.9 bhp peak power and 37 Nm peak torque. Equipped with front and rear disc brakes as well as dual-channel ABS.
It is meant for veteran riders and can be used for daily commutes and weekend trips.
KTM Adventure 390
An endurance motorcycle that can also double up as a touring and cruising bike.
Available in two trims. The base trim costs 4, 04,646 and the top trim costs Rs. 4, 13,750. A 373.27cc BS6 engine produces 42.9 bhp of peak power and 37 Nm of peak torque.
Equipped with front and rear disc brakes and dual-channel ABS.
It is meant for frequent backpackers, bike-touring enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies!
KTM RC 390
A compact sports bike. Available in two variants, Rs. 3,63,298 and Rs. 3,81,539, respectively. Sure this motorcycle is a bit steeply priced. But buying this bike won’t be a problem as Indian lenders offer attractive two-wheeler loans. Has a 373.27cc BS6 engine producing 42.9 bhp peak power and 37 Nm peak torque. Comes with front and rear disc brakes as well as dual-channel ABS.
You can select any of the mentioned models depending on your priorities and budget. KTM bikes are designed to overcome the challenges of Indian roads and provide you with spellbonding riding experience.