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KTM bike price starts from Rs. 1,70,443. KTM offers 10 new models in India with most popular bikes being 200 Duke, 250 Duke and 390 Duke. The upcoming bikes of KTM include RC 390 [2021] and 790 Adventure. Most expensive KTM bike is 390 Adventure, which is priced at Rs. 3,28,543.

In 1953, businessman Ernst Kronreif became a sizable shareholder Kraftfahrzeug Trunkenpolz Mattighofen which was then renamed and registered as Kronreif and Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. KTM started serial production of R100 in 1954. With just 20 employees, motorcycles were built at the rate of three per day.

The company’s first title was secured shortly thereafter with the 1954 Austrian 125 national championship. KTM first made an appearance at the International Six Days Trials (Enduro) in 1956 where Egon Dornauer secured a gold medal. Racing continued to be a testing ground for production technology, but next in line was its first scooter, the Mirabell. It started providing a factory in 1964. As the company continued to expand, the workforce increased to 400 in 1971, and 40  years after it was founded, KTM was offering 42 different models

The year was 2012 when Bajaj Auto increased its stake in KTM from 14.5 per cent to 47 per cent, and it was also the year when the KTM Duke 200 was launched in the Indian market. Soon after, the development started to show its colours, and in 2008, KTM and Bajaj announced that they were going to develop two new 125cc, 200cc and 390cc mass-focussed motorcycles.

KTM also owns Husqvarna; their  forthcoming Vitpilen 401 and Svartpilen models are likely to be made in India at the Bajaj-KTM plant in Chakan, Pune. The news comes after Amit Nandi, the senior vice-president of Bajaj, hinted that a new range of 'made-in-India' Husqvarnas would be built at some point in 2017.

Bajaj plays an important role in this positive change for KTM. The mass-seller Duke/RC series is manufactured at Bajaj's facility in Chakan, and then exported to the world. Some of the markets which KTM-Bajaj exports the KTM Duke/RC to are: Europe, Australia, Nepal, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Colombia, Mexico and Argentina.

KTM Bikes Price List (2022) in India

KTM Bike ModelEx-showroom price
KTM 200 Duke₹ 1,85,573
KTM 250 Duke₹ 2,28,741
KTM 390 Duke₹ 2,87,616
KTM RC 390₹ 2,77,510
KTM 250 Adventure [2022]₹ 2,35,000
KTM 125 Duke₹ 1,70,443
KTM RC 200 [2021]₹ 2,08,717
KTM 390 Adventure₹ 3,28,543
KTM 250 Adventure₹ 2,32,685
KTM RC 125 [2021]₹ 1,81,907
Above mentioned prices are Average Ex-showroom

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KTM Bikes Key Highlights

Fuel Type Petrol
Upcoming KTM RC 390 [2021], KTM 790 Adventure
Popular KTM 200 Duke, KTM 250 Duke, KTM 390 Duke
Most Expensive KTM 390 Adventure (Rs. 3,28,543)
Most Affordable KTM 125 Duke (Rs. 1,70,443)
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2022 KTM RC 200 Review | Yamaha R15 V4 Beware! | Happy Dussehra | BikeWale

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The all new KTM RC 200 is a culmination of MotoGP inspired design, race-spec chassis, and an array of advanced features. All this combines together to make the 2022 RC 200 a true race-bred track tool. But, does it perform at the race track, and should the 2021 Yamaha R15 V4 be worried? Watch this video to find answers.
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  • Q: Which is the most affordable KTM bike available in India?

    A: Most economical KTM bike available in India is 125 Duke which is priced at ₹ 1,70,443.
  • Q: Which are the most popular KTM bikes available in India?

    A: Top KTM bikes available in India are 200 Duke, 250 Duke and 390 Duke
  • Q: What are the upcoming models from KTM?

    A: KTM model which is launching soon in India is RC 390 [2021]

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