Some closer facts about the KTM range of Bikes 2016

The new range offered by the brand has some of the most interesting facts and updates The bikes have been hurled in the market

The new range offered by the brand has some of the most interesting facts and updates. The bikes have been hurled in the market, carrying a starting price of INR 1.4Lakh, being the ex-showroom price in Navi Mumbai. During the biggest event in the country, the Auto Expo 2016, the brand KTM has got into an alliance and the brand has re-launched the latest versions of their existing line up of exotic bikes like the RC 200, 200 Duke, RC 390 as well as the 390 Duke. Talking about the updated 200 Duke, the bike would carry a price tag of INR 1.4 lakh, the RC200 would be out and about for INR 1.65 lakh. Likewise, the 2016 models of the 390 Duke and RC 390 would be accessed at  INR 1.91 lakh as well as INR 2.09 lakh, wherein all the prices are ex-showroom costs in Navi Mumbai in that order.

You could get all this information from the official page on the KTM India website that talks about the new offerings in length. Talking about the tweaks in the latest edition of the bikes, you would get to see a slipper clutch in all the offerings rolled the entire KTM range, which is much of a highlight in the modifications offered to the new range of bikes. The only part missing in this range of offerings from the Australian brand is that they have opted to confine the aluminum exhaust and the ride-by-wire technology-enriched variant that has been unwrapped at the EICMA 2015 for the European markets exclusively.

Leaving this apart, the new and modified RC bikes would be carrying latest and tweaked new rear view mirrors along with modifiable adjustable handlebar levers. All the KTMs will also come with the automatic headlight that would be placed along with an on-off button of the handle of the motorbike. The Duke 200 and RC 200 are fitted and highlighted further with new MRF tyres carrying bigger 300 mm front disc. Talking of the bike’s engine and the transmission duties, there aren’t many changes to speak about. The new line up of RC 390 and the 390 Duke by the brand carry the similar 373.2cc solo-cylinder liquid-cooled mill that churn out 44PS along with a peak torque of 35 Nm.