KTM 200 Duke

KTM could introduce the next generation KTM 200 Duke as the motorcycle was recently spotted testing in India. 

  • The next-gen KTM 200 Duke to feature revised bodywork.
  • Features a more prominent LCD display.  

The next-gen 200 Duke should retain the same 199.5cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that makes 25.4hp and 19.5Nm.

However, KTM could likely implement minor tweaks to the engine without necessarily changing the power output.

Looking at the spy shot, it is clear that the new 200 Duke features a more aggressive silhouette with the addition of a full-LED split headlight and a new bodywork. We also noticed slight changes done to the subframe.

While the front USD forks appear similar to the current model, the monoshock is now offset. Also, the brake disc appears bigger, with the rims sharing similarities with the new RC 390.

In addition, the test mule is also fitted with a larger fully-digital LCD instrument cluster.

No words on when we could expect the new KTM 200 Duke to make its global introduction, but the announcement will likely be made soon. 

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Lebih malang, motosikal jenis KTM 200 Duke tersebut hilang meskipun hanya dibeli 24 jam sebelum itu.

Menurut perkongsian, jentera 200 Duke bernombor plat NDQ 1007 itu telah hilang di Apartment Harmoni, Damansara Damai.

Sementara itu, orang ramai diminta untuk menghubungi nombor tertera dalam usaha mengesan motosikal terbabit.

  • The KTM 200 Duke introduced the bantam-weight and affordable streetfighter motorcycle to Malaysia.

  • It also opened the eyes of enthusiasts to KTM’s “Ready to Race” philosophy.

  • The 2018 KTM 200 Duke features updated graphics and looks.

KTM Malaysia has launched the new 2018 KTM 200 Duke at the KTM Malaysia Orange Carnival in Johor over the weekend.

Enthusiasts could fondly recall that it was the 200 Duke which single-handedly popularized the 200cc naked sportbike market back in 2013. In fact, it was the motorcycle which brought the affordable streetfighter to not only in Malaysia but the world. Being light and agile, it’s friendly to beginners yet entertaining enough for veteran riders during rush hour commute and over narrow mountain roads.

Additionally, it was the KTM motorcycle which introduced the company’s “Ready to Race” philosophy to Malaysian bikers.

The KTM Duke 200 was then supplanted by the Duke 390 and Duke 250 later on, apart from the full-fairing and race ready RC200, RC390 and RC250 in that order, but its spirit of a lightweight fun bike has never been phased out.

There are still thousands of them on our local roads and you could always count on meeting on during your daily commute or weekend rides.

It is due to these facts that KTM Malaysia has launched the 2018 Duke 200.

While mechanically the same (why change something when it’s not broken), the bike has been refreshed with new looks. The customary KTM orange paintjob has additional streaks, while a new white colour scheme has been added. Both colour schemes feature orange anodized wheels.

2018 KTM 200 Duke in white

The 2018 KTM Duke 200 is priced at RM 11,888 (basic selling price with 0% GST).

Stay tuned for the next KTM Malaysia Orange Carnival to view the bike or please follow KTM Malaysia’s official Facebook page for more information.

2018 KTM 200 DUKE


ENGINE TYPE Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled
BORE x STROKE 72 mm x 49 mm
POWER 26 hp (19kW) @ 10,000 RPM
TORQUE 19.5 Nm @ 8,000 RPM
CLUTCH Multiple-plate wet clutch, cable-operated


FRAME Powdercoated steel trellis
FRONT SUSPENSION WP upside down ø 43 mm forks
FRONT BRAKE Single radially-mounted 4-piston caliper, ø 300 mm disc
REAR BRAKE Single-piston floating caliper, ø 230 mm brake disc
TIRES FRONT/REAR 110/70 ZR-17; 150/60 ZR-17
TRAIL 95 mm
WHEEL BASE 1,367 mm


  • Satu kerjasama antara Adventure Cycles Philippines Inc. bersama dengan KTM AG telah mengumumkan sebuah kilang pengeluaran baru yang akan dibuka di Filipina.
  • Kilang terbaru ini akan menjadi pusat utama yang akan menumpukan pemasangan empat model jalanan KTM; KTM 200 Duke dan 390 Duke bersama dengan KTM RC 200 dan RC 390.
  • Kilang ini akan memenuhi permintaan pengeluaran tahunan sebanyak 10,000 buah motosikal untuk membekalkan rantau itu dan negara China dengan model berkapasiti kecil.


A joint-partnership between Adventure Cycles Philippines Inc. together with KTM AG has announced a new production plant to be opened in the Philippines.

This new plant will be the main centre focusing on assembling four of KTM’s street models; the KTM 200 Duke and 390 Duke together with the KTM RC 200 and RC 390.

The said plant will cater to an annual production of 10,000 lines off its assembly lines to supply the region with KTM’s small capacity models as far as China.

As part of their long term plant to further strengthen the brand’s name in the Asian region, Adventure Cycles Philippines Inc. together with KTM AG has come up with a new joint-venture endeavour with plans to build a new assembly plant. The said plant will cater to an annual production of 10,000 lines off its assembly lines. (more…)

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