Design and Styling
In terms of design and styling, KTM 200 Duke seems to have taken a considerable amount of inspiration from 390 Duke. In terms of color schemes, the bike received last update back in 2017. It got brand new graphics, three different colors – namely black, white, and orange as well as alloy wheels.
KTM 200 Duke is powered by and runs on 199.5cc liquid cooled, single cylinder BS4-compliant cylinder that produces at 25.1 PS of power at a peak torque of 19.2Nm at 8000 rpm. The engine is mated to a six speed transmission gearbox that powers the rear wheel drive. The fuel tank capacity of the bike is 10.5 litres. However, if you want to go for long rides and want to increase the fuel capacity of the bike, you can always mount Jerry Can by LLUVIA accessory available under its list of accessories for KTM 200 Duke.
The current generation of KTM 200 Duke features an all digital instrument console that houses instruments like an odometer, clock and tripmeter for essential readings and information display. Other features of the bike worth mentioning would be an LED tail light, muscular fuel tank, large seats, fat tires, 43 mm front forks, and an underbelly exhaust. While the fat tires provide good grip on the road, the large seats are meant to provide comfortable seating essential for long journeys.
Brakes and Frame
The bike is supported by steel trellis frame with upside down forks powering the front and monoshock at the back. The braking is powered by 300mm front disc and 230mm rear disc. There’s a single channel ABS with 17-inch alloy wheels. The bike runs on tubeless radial MRF tires.
There is a long list of accessories that riders can mount on KTM 200 Duke to enhance the looks and overall performance. Many of the essential ones can be found under accessories for KTM 200 Duke by LLUVIA Industries.