- Features a full-LED headlamp
- No other cosmetic or mechanical changes
- Priced at Rs 2,09,280
The latest iteration of KTM’s quarter-litre naked roadster, 250 Duke has started to arrive at the dealerships, and the deliveries are likely to commence soon. The motorcycle, similar to the 390 Duke, now comes equipped with a full-LED headlight. In comparison, the previous model used a halogen light with LED DRLs.
The updated hardware further enhances the premium look of the 250 Duke while clearly distinguishing it from the new 200 Duke. The 2020 iteration of the quarter-litre product has been priced at Rs 2,09,280 (ex-showroom Delhi), which is about Rs 3,968 over the previous model.
The changes are limited to the addition of the LED headlight setup. The rest of the styling cues and features remain unaltered. Thus, the 250 Duke continues to pack the naked roadster design along with features such as digital instrument cluster, upside-down front forks, rear mono-shock, disc brakes on both wheels and dual-channel ABS with Supermoto mode.
In more updates, KTM India continues to test its upcoming quarter-litre adventure tourer, the 250 Adventure. A development mule of the motorcycle was recently spotted in India during its test runs.