The newest model in KTM’s product portfolio, the 390 Adventure is now priced at Rs 3.04 lakh – an increase of more than Rs 5,000. Even the price of the entry-level 125 Duke has been hiked
KTM introduced the much awaited 390 Adventure in January, and soon after that, launched their BS6 model range. At the time of the transition to the new emission norms, prices of its model range increased by roughly Rs 4,000-10,500. With just over three months passed since then, KTM has once again hiked the prices of its products.
The entry-level 125 Duke, that was priced at Rs 1.38 lakh, now demands Rs 1.42 lakh. KTM gave the popular 200 Duke its first substantial update in January as well. The Austrian brand launched it at Rs 1.72 lakh at the time, but has now increased it by roughly Rs 4,000. The newest model in their product portfolio, the 390 Adventure, also demands more monies now. It is now priced at Rs 3.04 lakh. Here’s a list of all its models and how the price has risen so far this year.
|Model||BS4 (Jan 2020)||BS6 (Jan 2020)||May 2020|
|125 Duke||Rs 1,32,500||Rs 1,38,041||Rs 1,42,265|
|RC 125||Rs 1,48,750||Rs 1,55,277||Rs 1,59,629|
|200 Duke||Rs 1,62,253||Rs 1,72,749||Rs 1,76,845|
|RC200||Rs 1,90,630||Rs 1,96,768||Rs 2,00,864|
|250 Duke||Rs 1,97,248||Rs 2,00,576||Rs 2,05,312|
|RC390||Rs 2,44,014||Rs 2,48,075||Rs 2,53,184|
|390 Duke||Rs 2,48,212||Rs 2,52,928||Rs 2,57,906|
|390 Adventure||NA||Rs 2,99,001||Rs 3,04,110|
|Svartpilen 250||NA||Rs 1,80,032||Rs 1,84,768|
|Vitpilen 250||NA||Rs 1,80,032||Rs 1,84,768|
Prices of the Husqvarna models have also been updated. The Svartpilen 250 and the Vitpilen 250 are now priced at Rs 1,84,768 – an increase of Rs 4,736 since its launch towards the end of February. With the lockdown norms being eased, KTM too has commenced operations across the country, and dealerships are now open too. Husqvarna models are sold and serviced through the same dealership outlets as KTM.