The 2021 KTM 125 Duke will be soon launching in India and the booking for the bike has been started. The Australian brand has come up with the naked motorcycle with a refreshed design and it is being eagerly awaited by fans of the brand. The styling is similar to the KTM 200 Duke and KTM 250 Duke. You can even draw some similarities with the KTM 390 Duke which is noted for its ferocious design. The bike features rather sharp design of the large tank extension, the headlamp has been redesigned and feature LED DRLs. The bike also features spilt seats, and a very sporty looking side slung exhaust. Overall, these are some of the prime feature which you can note from the new 2021 KTM Duke 125 at a glance. If you are looking for high quality sports bikes in India, this is definitely worthy of being in your wish list till it is available.
An image was recently leaked for the bike and one can note the dual tone colour of the body from it. The leaked image features a bike with white fuel tank and orange tank extensions which also matches the colour of the trellis area. Once the motorcycle is launched, we can see more colour varieties that are still under cover.
The following are some hardware features which you need to know to get an idea about the functionality, durability and overall quality of the bike:
- The braking and suspension of the bike is likely to remain same as the existing version of KTM 125 available in the Indian market.
- There will also be USD WP front forks and WP rear monoshock along with a 300mm rotor in the front side of the bike. In the rear end, you will find a 230mm rotor with ABS.
- The instrument cluster will be similar to that of the resent version of KTM Duke 200.
- The engine will remain same at 124cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled mill. It will be compiled with the BS6 emission standards to power the motorcycle.
- The bike will be able to produce a power of 14.5hp of maximum power along with 12nm of maximum torque. It will also have a 6-speed transmission unit installed.
The bike is already available on sale in different international markets. However, it will be arriving in India in the end of the year with a price hike of INR 5000, over the current version available. Being an updated version of a popular sports bike in India, the expectations with the upcoming KTM bike in India is rather high among the various enthusiastic buyers across the country.