KTM Duke White 2012

The original Austrian orange bike gets 2 new paint schemes added to it in October, 2012. Yes, I am talking about the Duke 200. KTM is always known to be connected with the fiery orange color as its products’ brand color but in India, now things have changed slightly. Bajaj Auto has unveiled 2 new paint schemes on the KTM Duke 200 to add some extra spice to it and increase its sales volumes ahead of the festive season.

KTM Duke Black model 2012

White and Black are the new paint schemes unveiled by the company. Personally speaking, although the new colors doesn’t evoke that same feeling when seen the bike in orange, yet the black paint job specially looks great. With the black paint, the entire bike becomes an all black finish, only with dashes of orange where the KTM logos are present. The white paint job looks no bad either, although among the two, my first preference would be the black one. Bajaj Auto had also recently announced the second price hike of the model to cash in on the huge popularity this bike has been gaining among the motorcycle lovers in India. Currently, to own this machine you will have to shell out Rs. 1.48 lakhs (ex-showroom, Mumbai).

KTM Duke 2013

White Color KTM Duke

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  • Deepak

    WoW. White looks awesome. I really like the Duke 200 but its too small.

  • The black with 70% orange was good.

  • I will still pick the orange.

  • Black is always the best… Watch out me riding Black KTM duke in climax of Thupakki…

    I’m Waiting!!!

  • Faann

    It’s just 125 kg’s -even less than a Stunner, Glamour and some 125 cc’s!

  • jimmy

    I’ll have 5Bhp more to go along with the increased price,13litre fuel tank and new color scheme like orange frame PLEASE.Oh and stretch the pillion seat by about 7 inches.

    • rok

      what about 80km/l mileage and a 2mtr long sofa at the rear..??

      • Venom


        please include disco lights and batman number plates as well!! 😀

  • What’s the mileage of this bike? :-P;-)

    • Pulsargay


  • Manoj

    this is en expensive bike…..not value for money….too small…..not very comfertable to sit to the pillion… is se accha aap R15 ya fir CBR 250 R le lo….also the engine sounds like a moped…thurrrrrrrrrr…rrrrrrrrrr…rrrrrrrrr. and now it has the price increased…..1.48 lakhs…………:(
    …its too much yaar…
    you can get R15 in just 1.15-1.20 on road…
    and can get CBR 250 r in just 1.70 (std) and 1.95(ABS) on road…..

    then why this tiny creature…in rs.1.48……

    JAGGO grahak JAAGO

    NANGI bikes k peeche mat BHAGO….

    • Akshay

      Well its the bike for real bike lovers and not money lovers… Its the bike for passionate people and not morons like u who is comparing Duke with R15…

      R15 ka pillion isse aur chhota hai…

      Its better you buy a Dream Yuga… Its the perfect bike for u…

  • Georgie Mathew

    Bike looks small (like a moped).. too cramped in the front half and too extended at the rear end.
    Instrumentation is more like a Chinese made digital watch..!

    • Akshay

      Have you test driven the bike please do that first then comment….

      Which bike do you own???

      Scooty Pep???

  • RGP

    extremely good performance (owing to the KTM tradition). But too badly proportioned styling .Not the bike for a rider with his girl as pillion !(she’d curse u).
    check out pulsar 200 or wait for few months , the japanese duo (suzuki & yamaha) will break in soon .

    Drive Safely ,
    Wear A Helmet .

    • Ryan

      Hey Mr.”Wear-a-helmet” its not “drive” safely its “ride” safely.

      and is ur girl like 90 kilos????

      smaller pillion seat is perfect for a girl…she’ll be sticking closer to u ;)…specially while applying brakes 😀

      want “proportioned” styling??? go for the r15 v2.0 and ride it @ 40km/hr 🙂