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BS-VI KTM 250 Duke Launched in India at Rs 2.09 Lakh

KTM 250 Duke. (Image source: KTM)

KTM 250 Duke. (Image source: KTM)

The addition of the split LED headlamp with attractive DRL’s on the KTM 250 Duke is a big highlight in this bike’s design and a clear referral to its big brother, the KTM 1290 Superduke R.

KTM has launched the 250 Duke in India at Rs 1.09 lakh (ex-showroom). It is now upgraded with full LED headlamp unit with DRL’s, dual-channel ABS with Supermoto mode, all-new colours – Dark Galvano & Silver Metallic, and one-touch start functionality.

The quarter-litre KTM comes with high-end components like open-cartridge upside-down WP forks, slipper clutch, and pre-load adjustable mono shocks.

The BS-VI KTM 250 Duke is upgraded with “Supermoto” mode in its dual-channel ABS setup. With the advanced “Supermoto mode” which can be activated at the push of a button. When engaged, the Supermoto system only controls ABS on the front brake. Rear brake pressure is entirely up to the rider's right foot.

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The addition of the aggressively styled split LED headlamp with attractive DRL’s on the KTM 250 Duke is a big highlight in this bike’s design and a clear referral to its big brother, the KTM 1290 Superduke R. Practical as well as looking ultra-mean, it produces outstanding visibility for riding in low light or dark conditions.

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