Deliveries of Duke 250 Commence; On-Road Prices of Duke 390, Duke 250 & 200

KTM introduced the all-new Duke 250 in India on 23rd February as a wildcard entry and launched the new-gen 2017 Duke 390 along with the Duke 200 which saw minor changes. Here are our respective launch stories on the same…

Now, let us tell you a little more about their deliveries and bookings..

Mr Amit Nandi, VP of Probiking (responsible for selling KTM motorcycles in India) announced that bookings of all the three Dukes have already commenced (from 23rd Feb itself), however, their deliveries will take a few days.

Back then, he announced that the new Duke 250 and the 200 have already been shipped to dealers and they are on their way. Expected delivery commencement time was about a week.

Update – As we told you, deliveries of the new Duke 250 have commenced in a few cities like Pune. There does not appear to be a lot of excitement in the new Duke 200, as can be expected. Deliveries of the 2017 RC390 have also commenced according to the information and pics updated by KTM Nal Stop showroom in Pune.

But the 2017 Duke 390 was pending dispatches on 23rd Feb. It was announced that it would be dispatched to dealerships after around one week and hence its deliveries are expected to start in a week from now.

New Dukes On-Road Prices

Model Ex-Showroom Price Pune On-Road Price Pune
2017 Duke 390 Rs 2,22,868 Rs 2,54,700
New Duke 250 Rs 1,70,668 Rs 1,94,020
2017 Duke 200 Rs 1,43,897 Rs 1,62,440

Few quick pointers

  • These are Pune prices which are few thousand rupees cheaper than Delhi. They include RTO and zero depreciation insurance.
  • The on-road price difference between the older Duke 390 and new is about Rs 33,000 in Pune. This will be higher in other cities.
  • 2017 Duke 390 is costlier than 2017 RC390 by Rs 1300 (on road).
  • New Duke 250 outprices 2017 RC200 by Rs 1100 (on road).

So, how many of you are going ahead and which one from the new MY (model year) are you booking? And by the way, the older models, wherever available, can be had on discounts….

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