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KTM India 2022: Upgraded Duke 125, 200, 250, and 390 is now available in new colours and exciting features, details here

KTM India 2022: The company has announced the launch of the updated Duke range for the domestic market, which includes new colour schemes for the 125 Duke, 200 Duke, 250 Duke, and 390 Duke. It should be noted that KTM did not take advantage of this opportunity to raise the prices again, so they remain the same as before.

Orange has long been one of the most recognisable colours for a KTM product. However, the company does the orange combinations tastefully in order to strike the right balance.

Meanwhile, as black, white, and even hints of blue are introduced into the mix, this perception is changing slightly. Nonetheless, KTM does it tastefully and appeals to a large number of young people. KTM has been listening to feedback from people, and as a result, the 390 Duke no longer has orange wheels.

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KTM colorways have been updated: Let’s start with the 390 series, which is the most popular of all KTMs. KTM RC 390 and 390 adventure get black wheels for MY2022. However, the same did not apply to the 390 Duke, which has had orange wheels since its inception nine years ago.

Meanwhile, the 390 Duke now comes in two new colorways: Dark Galvano and Liquid Metal. Liquid Metal gets a lot of orange, including the frame, but it also gets blue and black highlights, and the sub-frame and wheels are now black.

The Duke 250, 200, and 125, as well as the Husqvarna Svartpilen 250, all get one new colorway, while the 390 gets two.

Next-generation Duke range is currently being tested by the Austrian company, which Bajaj Auto owns, for both the international and Indian markets.

It is expected to make its global debut next year before eventually making its way to for KTM India 2022. This year, the RC 200, RC 125, and RC 390 received new generations in India, with ergonomic, design, and feature updates. Bajaj is also working on sporty-looking entry-level commuter motorcycles based on a new tubular frame that debuted in the N250 and F250 last year.

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