Finally we have official confirmation on the specifications of the much awaited KTM Duke 200. Information on the KTM Duke 200 has been eluding us and all that we got from the popular blogs and spy men out to promote the KTM 200 are spy photographs that did its job of massive hype building. Taking nothing away from the KTM Duke 200, it is definitely a winner even before its launch. The more international Duke 125 already gave us a good idea of what to expect. Weighing in at just about 125kgs (dry) and producing 25bhp we just cant wait to get our hands on it for a review. Probably the only thing that is a probable turn off is the 10.5L tank, limiting the range quite a lot, But then it is a city/street bike and quite purpose built to meet those specifications too.

Technical specifications


Type: Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled

Valve Train: 4 valves per cylinder, DOHC

Displacement: 200 cc

Power: 25bhp

Bore x Stroke: 72 mm x 49 mm

Starting: Electric

Transmission/Gears: 6-speed

Fuel System: Fuel Injection


Type: Tubular space frame made from steel tubes, powder-coated

Front Suspension: WP, Telescopic Upside Down Forks

Rear Suspension: WP, monoshock

Suspension travel Front: 150 mm

Suspension travel Rear: 150 mm

Front Brake: 300 mm Disc brake

Rear Brake: 230 mm Rear Disc

Steering head angle 65°


Wheel base: (1,361 ± 15) mm

Ground clearance (unloaded): 170 mm

Seat height (unloaded): 810 mm

Total fuel tank capacity: 10.5 litres

Dry Weight: 125 kg