2017 KTM Duke 250 vs Duke 390 vs Duke 200

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KTM has launched the 2017 Duke range in India. Apart from new models of the 200 and 390, KTM has also added the 250 to their lineup. The Duke range gets new styling, new features and updates to the engine as well. In this post here, we will compare the three new KTM Duke models based on price, specifications, features and more. Read our 2017 KTM Duke 250 vs Duke 390 vs Duke 200 comparison to find out how they stack up against each other.

2017 ktm duke 250 vs duke 390 vs duke 200

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2017 KTM Duke 250 vs Duke 390 vs Duke 200 Comparison of Price

  Duke 250 Duke 390 Duke 200
Ex-showroom Delhi Price (estimated) Rs. 1.73 lakh Rs. 2.26 lakh Rs. 1.44 lakh

Prices of the 250 Duke fall between that of the 390 Duke and 200 Duke. The 2017 KTM Duke 250 costs Rs. 1.73 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). 390 Duke is priced at Rs. 2.26 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) while the 200 costs Rs. 1.44 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Also See – KTM 390 Duke: Old vs New

2017 KTM Duke 250 vs Duke 390 vs Duke 200 Comparison of Specifications

250 Duke 390 Duke 200 Duke
Seat Height 830 mm 830 mm 810 mm
Wheelbase 1357 mm 1357 mm 1367 mm
Dry Weight 153 kg 155 kg 141 kg
Ground Clearance 185 mm 185 mm 165 mm
Engine Displacement 248.8 cc single cylinder liquid cooled 373.2 cc single cyliner liquid cooled 199.5 cc single cylinder liquid cooled
Power 30 PS @ 9000 RPM 43.5 PS @ 9000 RPM 25 PS @ 10,000 RPM
Torque 24 Nm @ 7500 RPM 37 Nm @ 7000 RPM 19.2 Nm @ 8000 RPM
Transmission 6-speed (with Slipper Clutch) 6-speed (with Slipper Clutch) 6-speed
Top Speed (Est.) 150 km/h 165 km/h 140 km/h
Suspension Front – WP Suspension Upside Down

Rear- WP Monoshock

Front – WP Suspension Upside Down

Rear- WP Monoshock

Front – WP Suspension Upside Down

Rear- WP Monoshock

Brakes Front – 300 mm Disc

Rear – 230 mm Disc

Front – 320 mm Disc

Rear – 230 mm Disc

Front – 280 mm Disc

Rear – 230 mm Disc

In terms of specifications, the 250 Duke slots in between the 390 and 200. The new Duke 390 makes more power, gets bigger disc brakes up front and also gains a slipper clutch. Even the 250 Duke gets a slipper clutch. All bikes are BS IV compliant but only the 390 gets ABS as standard fitment.

2017 ktm duke 250 vs duke 390 vs duke 200 2017 KTM Duke 390 India front angle

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2017 KTM Duke 250 vs Duke 390 vs Duke 200 Mileage Comparison

250 Duke 390 Duke 200 Duke
Claimed Overall Mileage (estimated) 30 KMPL 25 KMPL 35 KMPL

2017 KTM Duke 250 vs Duke 390 vs Duke 200 Features Comparison

The new 2017 KTM Duke 390 gets a whole host of new features. Highlights include LED headlamps with LED pilot lamps, a new TFT display in place of the instrument console. The latter can be paired with the rider’s phone. The Duke 250, while similar in design to the 390, misses out on these features. However, it does get LED pilot lamps. The Duke 200 does not get any of these features. It boasts a new paint scheme now.

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2017 KTM Duke 250 vs Duke 390 vs Duke 200 Comparison of Design

For 2017, the Duke 390 gets an all new design. It looks much more aggressive now with sharper cuts and creases. There is a new headlamp on offer. It is a full LED unit. While the Duke 250 is almost identical in terms of design to its elder sibling, it misses out on the LED headlamps and the TFT display. Unlike the 250 and 390, the 200 Duke does not adopt the new design language. It looks identical to the older model, save for a new paint scheme. It continues with the sleek underbody exhaust as well. The new 250 and 390 Duke models get a side mounted exhaust now.

2017 KTM Duke 250 vs Duke 390 vs Duke 200 Comparison Summary

  • Price – The Duke 200 costs almost the same as the outgoing model. The 250 Duke will is priced between the 200 and 390.
  • Specifications – The Duke 390 is now slightly more powerful. The 200 Duke does not witness any change in power and torque outputs. 390 gets bigger brakes. Both the 390 and 250 get a slipper clutch.
  • Design – The Duke 250 and 390 boast an all new design. They look nearly identical save for the body graphics and headlamp detailing. The 2017 Duke 200 looks identical to the older model.
  • Features – Being the most expensive Duke, the 390 gets the longest list of features. The 200 and 250 miss out on LED headlamps and TFT display with Bluetooth smartphone pairing.

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  1. ktm 250 should also get tft displays and led haed lamps …i want to buy 250 but i also want tft displays and led lamps

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    ktm 250 should also get tft displays and led haed lamps …i want to buy 250 but i also want tft displays and led lamps

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