Revised pricing of the KTM bikes will be applicable in India post 1st July, 2017
KTM India has raised the prices of all its bikes by up to Rs. 5,797 as an impact of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) that is scheduled to be rolled out from 1st July, 2017. The revised pricing will be applicable across its entire range in the country post July 1. KTM is one of the fastest growing high-performance bike manufacturers in the country and with its affordable products this brand has managed to fetch a good sales result within short period after launch in India.
Under the revised pricing the most affordable bike from this Austrian brand KTM Duke 200 becomes pricier by Rs. 4,063 and its new price is Rs. 147,567 compared to its pre-GST pricing of Rs. 143,500. Its faired version, the RC200 has been slapped with a price hike of Rs. 4,787 leading to the new price tag of Rs. 176,527 compared to its current pricing of Rs. 171,740.
The KTM Duke 250 comes Rs. 4,427 dearer after GST gets introduced and its revised pricing will be Rs. 177,424 compared to its current pricing of Rs. 1.73 lakh. The all-new Duke 390 that has been launched in the country on 23rd February this year becomes pricier by Rs. 628 only and this is the only model that received such slight price hike. New pricing of this bike is Rs. 226,358 compared to its current Rs. 225,730.
Faired and sportier version of the KTM Duke 390, the all-new RC390 was launched in January this year and it has received a price hike of Rs. 5,797, which is the highest in the entire lineup. It will be priced at Rs. 231,097 compared to its current price of Rs. 225,300.
Meanwhile KTM has started calling the customers of the 2017 Duke 390 to fix the LED headlamp problem that has been making headlines in Europe as well. The bike’s headlamp is reportedly restarting randomly. Not only the headlamp, but the new TFT display consisting instrument cluster is also facing the same problem. KTM India is offering a software upgrade for free to fix this problem.
2017 KTM Duke 390 Gallery