facebook
AD

KTM 125 Duke Mileage

As reported by KTM 125 Duke owners, the real mileage of 125 Duke is 40 kmpl.

125 Duke Average

Owner reported mileage
40 kmpl

Mileage of Bikes Similar to 125 Duke

Fuel Cost Calculator

We help you calculate fuel expenses which you will incur by using KTM 125 Duke. To check your monthly fuel expenses you just have to enter distance in kms you travel in a day and fuel price in your area. As per current inputs, monthly fuel cost for 125 Duke with mileage of 40 kmpl is ₹ 1275.

Your monthly running cost :

₹ 1275 / per month

125 Duke Price in India

Mileage Related Tips & Advices

Top 10 Mileage Bikes in India

Are you looking for a fuel efficient bike? Check out our list of top 10 mileage bikes in India.

125 Duke Mileage User Reviews

4.6/5

(88 Ratings) 4 Reviews

Sport bike touring with comfort is a long way to go for KTM.

4 weeks ago


Mahesh

This is my own experience of owning a KTM 125 DUKE for about 5 years and riding over 22K kms. I got this as my first bike and learned to ride in the same back in 2019-OCT. The bike is really good in terms of handling and ease of riding, performance wise it really makes a difference than the other 125 commuter segment bikes. The looks are nice too, and light weight adds to the easy maneuverability. The main disadvantages of this bike are that it is costlier, has high maintenance cost(same as the Duke 390cc) and the SEATS are HIGHLY UNCOMFORTABLE even for traveling a small distance of 100kms, for every 45 minutes or so you will get a pain in your lower back, especially in the tailbone section. Feels like sitting in a rock-hard surface. Apart from this, the suspension feels good when a pillion rider is seated cause that adds to the grip and weight which causes the bike to grip the road firmly. For single riders in uneven roads in cities, you can feel the smallest of the road patches. Hero X-Pulse is better in terms of suspension for city use with the same mileage figures better power and price. If you are looking for a 125cc bike, better go with Honda Activa or Suzuki Access 125 since, they are easy, convenient for day-to-day use, and less expensive. I recommend renting a bike for 2-5 days to understand how the riding feels on both city and highway before you make a purchase. It may cost you 3-5k but saves you from regretting in future buying a bike you are not happy with in the long run. Don't make the mistake that I did.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

4

Visual Appeal


4

Reliability


2

Comfort


3

Service Experience


3

Value for Money

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Everything

Owned for

> 1 yr

Ridden for

> 15000 kms

Was this review helpful?

11


2


Worst bike ever

28 weeks ago


Shaho Yt

Worst bike ever in KTM, I suggest everyone not buy this, why, why thus a 125 cc bike for 2.2 lakh, you can get a powerful 200 cc bike at this price and you can buy Duke 200 if you add some money,
Waste of money and the mileage is also shallow, like only 40 kmpl mileage for a 125 cc bike. You better buy Duke 200 at 2. 5 lakh. Or you can buy ns 200, or pulsar 220f in just 1.8 lakh, more affordable bikes, and you can buy R15 at the same price, more mileage, more powerful, good technology, or pulsar bikes are more affordable and easy to maintain.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

1

Visual Appeal


1

Reliability


1

Comfort


1

Service Experience


1

Value for Money

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

> 1 yr

Ridden for

> 15000 kms

Tips for other riders

Don't buy if you want to save money

Was this review helpful?

61


14


Love you ktm

48 weeks ago


Abhi

Used for daily up and down from my office. Looks awesome, an eye-turner. I have always used honda bikes so mileage is the main concern I bought this bike it gives me approx 40km/l which is good enough for daily rides. If you can compromise with the mileage. Go for 250cc. The service cost is almost double that of a normal bike. Service cost is too high free service means nothing..Nothing is free you have to pay for each and every work.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

4

Visual Appeal


5

Reliability


4

Comfort


4

Service Experience


5

Value for Money

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

6 months-1 yr

Ridden for

< 5000 kms

Tips for other riders

If you give it some thought, purchasing a KTM 125 Duke will be an extremely poor choice. Before purchasing a bike, there are numerous considerations to make. The bike is incredibly pricey and only has a 125 cc engine, which is not a wise choice. You could get a bike with a 200 cc engine if you just saved more money and waited a bit longer.

Was this review helpful?

41


6


Ktm duke 125

49 weeks ago


Hameed

It looks like a much smart and has a pretty face. This bike is a dream for me and many young stars and it has a comfortable price for a good bike. This has the latest update of all bikes and it's an emotion of many bikers. Its color is superb and the main thing is that mileage is super for this price.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

5

Visual Appeal


5

Reliability


5

Comfort


5

Service Experience


4

Value for Money

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Everything

Owned for

Never owned

Was this review helpful?

22


13

KTM 125 Duke Mileage FAQs

Q: What is the average of KTM 125 Duke?
Fuel economy of KTM 125 Duke, as reported by its owners, is 40 kmpl.

Q: How can I get the best mileage from KTM 125 Duke?
Extracting the best fuel economy involves practicing various techniques like judiciously modulating the throttle, limiting excessive gearshifts in case of geared motorcycles and turning-off the engine while you are idling in traffic.

Q: What is the monthly fuel cost for KTM 125 Duke?
Assuming fuel price ₹ 102.25 per liter and an average running of 500 km/month, the monthly fuel cost for 125 Duke is ₹1275 per month. Click here to calculate your monthly fuel cost.
Bike loan offers

Looking to buy 125 Duke on EMI?

Check out the down payment and EMI options in your city. Use the EMI calculator to get the right combination suited to your needs.