250 Duke latest price has increased by around Rs 9000 from the first BS6 announcement but this time it gets some useful features…
KTM has given a minor refresh to its quarter liter Duke in India. With the influx of many 250cc motorcycles in the recent past, the 250 Duke has lost a wee bit of significance. To bring it to the buying books again and probably to streamline the models (and the production process), this update comes shortly after the Bharat Stage 6 compliant model was launched earlier this year.
250 Duke Features
The new 250 Duke gets three new features..
As spotted, the 250 Duke gets updated with the LED headlamps from the elder sibling 390 Duke. Earlier, 250 Duke was shod with a halogen headlamp with LED DRL surrounds.
The Supermoto ABS of the 390 has also percolated to the 250cc sibling. In the Supermoto mode, the ABS only works on the front tyre leaving you to enjoy all the off-roading fun you want! This switch can be made by a simple push of a button.
The 250 Duke now also gets the one touch start functionality which will ensure that the motor gets cranked up with a single touch of the starter button.
250 Duke Latest Price
|New 250 Duke||Rs 2,09,280|
This update comes at a price increment of Rs 4000. The BS6 250 Duke was first launched in January 2020 at Rs 2 Lakhs. Later, it received a price revision of Rs 5000. So, effectively, the motorcycle has become costlier by approx Rs 9000 or about 4.5 percent from the first announced BS6 tag.
The 250 Duke will be offered in two colors – Dark Galvano and Silver Metallic and it continues with features like WP Upside down front forks, slipper clutch, etc. It produces 30 PS of peak power and 24 Nm of max torque from its 200cc single cylinder motor.