2024 KTM 200 Duke Launched; 250 Duke Refreshed

2024 200 Duke gets two new liveries whereas the quarter liter street motorcycle comes in one fresh shade. Prices have remain unchanged…

KTM has refreshed its Duke line-up with the introduction of new colors to the 200 Duke as well as the 250 Duke. Let us quickly talk about them one by one…

2024 200 Duke

The bad part is that the 200 Duke lives on in the older generation format for some more time and this would probably its last refresh before it moves onto the new bodywork of its elder siblings. KTM has given two fresh new colors to the naked motorcycle – Electronic Orange and Dark Galvano. These shades join the Silver Metallic Matt color that will continue to be on offer.

2024 200 duke

The Electronic Orange is now funkier with fairly big differences as compared to the older tune. It is the Dark Galvano which now appears to be the pick of the shades. This livery gets a black colored bodywork with subtle orange ascents on the headlamp, mudguard, tank and the tail. While the main frame is coated black, the rear sub-frame gets the orange treatment.

The 200 Duke is priced at Rs 1.98 Lac ex-showroom and fights competition in the form of Yamaha MT15, Gixxer 250 and even its own sibling Pulsar NS400Z.

250 Duke

2024 200 duke & 250 Duke

The quarter like Duke that got the new-generation model last year, has now seen a new color – Atlantic Blue, similar to the one that is offered on the 390 Duke. Blue colored panels are contrasted with orange ascents on the tank decals, side panel and the alloys are also orange.

Though KTM hasn’t specified, it appears that this new shade will join the existing Ceramic white and Electric Orange color themes. The 250 Duke costs Rs 2.41 Lakh ex-showroom and fights rivals like the Apache 310, Dominar 400 and 250 among others.

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You can watch the original two colors of the 250 Duke in this quick video below…