All three KTM RC offerings – the RC125, RC200 and the RC390, get new three-tone colour options to choose from. The RC range starts at Rs 1.60 lakh for the 125 going right up to Rs 2.53 lakh for the most powerful RC390
After updating their line-up to meet the BS6 norms towards the end of January, KTM has now introduced the RC range with new colour options. The entry-level RC125 now comes with an additional colour option, Dark Galvano, to choose from. The RC 200 and the RC390, also get new three-tone colour options - Electronic Orange and Metallic Silver. Prices of all three bikes, even in these new colour options, remains the same. The RC125 is priced at Rs 1.60 lakh while the RC200 carries a sticker price of Rs 2 lakh. The flagship RC390 demands Rs 2.53 lakh. All prices ex-showroom Delhi. After the launch of the BS6 models in January, KTM India had revised the prices of all their products in May. These new coloured models are being offered at no additional cost.
The RC125 now comes with metallic paint scheme on the fuel tank and also gets the RC letting on the fairing in a similar colour. At the front, the mud guard has also been washed in an identical shade of silver. Alloy wheels, however, continue to be in the signature KTM orange shade. The RC200, on the other hand, only gets a few accents of the Silver shade on the front mud guard, tail panel and on the RC letting. The flagship RC390 is primarily draped in a metallic shade of silver with the graphics and finer elements in orange.
Behind the fairing, all three bikes continue with the same chassis, engine and transmission as before. The RC125 makes about 14.5bhp and 12Nm from a 124.7cc liquid-cooled fuel injected motor. the flagship RC390 is powered by a 373cc single-cylinder motor that develops 42.3bhp and 35Nm. All three motorcycles come paired with a 6-speed transmission.