KTM RC

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The KTM RC is a brand of sports bikes made by KTM two wheeler manufacturer in India. There are 3 RC models on offer with price starting from Rs. 1,59,761 (avg. Ex-showroom). The cheapest model under the series is KTM RC 125 with 125cc engine generating 14.5 bhp of power. Whereas the most expensive model is KTM RC 390 with 373cc engine generating 42.3 bhp of power.

The KTM RC series is possibly the most famous fully-faired motorcycle in the country. The RC range is also quite popular among the youth of the country. In fact, it is widely used as a motorcycle to learn track racing. The KTM RC range is equipped with motors that have best in the class performance and features that make them quite premium. Currently, KTM sells three RC motorcycles in various segments –the RC 125, the RC 200 and the RC 390.

The RC 125 is the most affordable fully-faired KTM one can buy in India. The bike gets the same aggressive styling as the bigger RC models. It is equipped with LED DRLs, fully-digital instrument cluster and upside-down front forks. This motor is mated to a six-speed gearbox. The braking system are from Bybre and this system is assisted by single-channel ABS system.

The RC 200 is arguably one of the highest selling KTMs in India. Its power output, rich feature list and the affordable price point make it an enticing purchase. This motorcycle gets its power from a 200cc single-cylinder liquid cooled engine. This motor is mated to a six-speed gearbox. It rides on inverted forks up front and a monoshock at the rear. Meanwhile, the braking hardware consists of a 300mm disc up front and a 230mm disc at the rear along with dual-channel ABS as standard.

The RC 390 has been the perfect track tool for most of the racing enthusiasts in India. Its 43bhp motor, excellent feature list and great riding dynamics make for a good proposition in its segment. The RC 390 tips the scale at 167kgs, resulting in a good power-to-weight ratio. The RC 390 is equipped with a top-class braking system and also comes with dual-channel ABS as standard.

KTM RC Price List (2020) in India

KTM RC Bike ModelEx-showroom price
KTM RC 125₹ 1,59,761
KTM RC 200₹ 2,01,193
KTM RC 390₹ 2,53,482
Above mentioned prices are Average Ex-showroom

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KTM RC Mileage

KTM RC Mileage is 26 kmpl to 40 kmpl, as reported by various RC sports bikes owners. The most fuel efficient KTM RC model is RC 125 with real mileage of 40 kmpl. Whereas the most fuel consuming model is RC 390 with average of 26 kmpl. Average mileage among sports bikes is 25 kmpl.

KTM RC ModelReal mileage
KTM RC 12540 kmpl
KTM RC 20030 kmpl
KTM RC 39026 kmpl

KTM RC Reviews

Expert Reviews

  • KTM RC 125 First Ride Review

    KTM RC 125 First Ride Review

    KTM introduced the 125 Duke in India late last year and it was evident that its fully-faired, ‘Race Competition’ variant would follow soon. Well, here it is then, the KTM RC 125 in flesh. And while it was being manufactured in India for a while, the company initially decided to limit its sales only to the international markets. So why is the...

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  • 2017 KTM RC200 Track Ride Review

    2017 KTM RC200 Track Ride Review

    This is the new-for-2017 KTM RC200, which like an ignored child, gets very few upgrades compared to the new RC390. Sure, all the 200’s tantrums have forced KTM to give it a new set of clothes. But with that white hue, the paint job looks more like the older RC390’s hand-me-down clothes; only these are altered for the 200’s size. Now, haven’t...

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  • 2017 KTM RC390 Track Ride Review

    2017 KTM RC390 Track Ride Review

    This is the first major update for the sharp, slim and tempting KTM RC390. The obvious change on the new bike is the new colour scheme; it's still black and white but it now gets an extra splattering of orange. The new-for-2017 RC390 also gets a new belly pan courtesy an all-new exhaust system. The underbelly exhaust gives way to an aluminium...

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