The brand offers 9 KTM bikes and 2 Husqvarna models in India with some of the most popular bikes being the KTM 125 Duke, KTM 200 Duke and KTM RC 125. Upcoming KTM bikes in the Indian market are KTM 790 Adventure bike price estimated Rs 11.5 lakhs expected in November 2022, the 790 Duke priced Rs 8.63 lakhs expected by September 2022, KTM 890 Adventure bike priced Rs 11.50 lakhs expected in August 2022, the KTM 890 Duke bike priced Rs 8 lakhs in October 2022, and the KTM 1290 Super Duke R priced Rs 12.50 lakh expected in December 2022.
We also expect the naked middleweight KTM 790 Duke BS6 model to make a comeback soon. It was sold out after limited units were imported to India. KTM 790 Duke priced Rs 8.64 lakh was launched in 2019 and sold till 2020.
KTM motorcycles offer strong engines with excellent overall performance and speed. The single-cylinder, 4-valve, liquid-cooled engine provides longevity and reliability. Ride KTM bikes to enjoy the journey and overcome any sort of terrain. The KTM ABS function guarantees good grip and smooth handling on hairpin bends and neat tackling on corners.
The high range KTM DTS-i engine produces superior displacement with enhanced energy, power and torque for full adventure. Some Famous KTM bikes in India are KTM 125 Duke street bike, RC 125 sports bike, naked quarter-litre 250 Duke bike, and KTM RC 200 full-faired sports bike.
KTM bikes price range from Rs 1.98 lakhs on-road for KTM 125 bike to Rs 3.39 lakhs on-road price for Duke 390 street fighter. Prices vary as per model such as KTM Duke 200 costs 2.18 lakhs* onward, while KTM 390 Adventure costs 3.92 Lakh* onward.
KTM Duke 200 bike entered India in 2012, at the same time Bajaj Auto raised its stake in KTM. The Austrian bike maker owns the Husqvarna brand, which sells the Svartpilen 250 and Vitpilen 250 bikes made in India at the Bajaj-KTM factory in Pune, Maharashtra.
Bajaj is a significant partner for KTM as the Duke and RC portfolio of bikes are manufactured at Bajaj assembly plant in Chakan and exported henceforth to nations such as Argentina, Australia, Colombia, Europe, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.
KTM started to make the R100 in 1954 with only 20 workers, and the production of bikes was only three per day. KTM won its first racing competition in the 1954 Austrian championship. Racing proved to be the core of manufacturing technology, however in 1955 KTM unveiled Mirabell - the first KTM scooter, which helped set up a production facility by 1964.
As the brand KTM progressed, there was a growth in manpower and after 4 decades of its foundation, the Austrian company was making over 40 various types of two-wheelers.
|KTM Bikes||Ex-Showroom Price|
|KTM RC 125||₹ 1,80,538|
|KTM RC 390||₹ 3,14,000|
|KTM RC 200||₹ 2,13,000|
|KTM 390 Duke||₹ 2,87,545|
|KTM 250 Duke||₹ 2,28,736|
|KTM 200 Duke||₹ 1,90,000|
|KTM 125 Duke||₹ 1,76,000|
|KTM 390 Adventure||₹ 3,35,000|
|KTM 250 Adventure||₹ 2,42,000|
|KTM 790 Duke||₹ 864,000 (sold-out)|
|Husqvarna Vitpilen 250||₹ 2,17,000|
|Husqvarna Svartpilen 250||₹ 2,18,000|
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