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KTM Bikes Price in Nepal

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So, that was the end of our list. Unlike the other brands, KTM has a very specific audience. These bikes are more dedicated towards the people who want to feel the performance and appreciate the aesthetics. Although these will cost you a much more than other motorcycles out in the market, you believe its worth when you ride it. Please don't go as far as calling them the Apple of the motorcycle industry, it wouldn't be fair. Yes, some competition like Pulsar RC, Dominar 400, Apache RR 310, among countless others provides similar experience while costing much less. But you do have to agree that KTM has its own charm.

Whether you’re looking for your next motorcycle or just curious about the price, KTM does have a special appeal. Moreover, the brand has been synonymous with the black and orange, offering intense power and performance. Likewise, the legacy of KTM bikes will keep on growing. As the list is expected to grow thanks to the Duke 125 and the RC 125 possibly making its way into Nepal soon.

Right now, KTM currently has five KTM motorcycles in Nepal. These include in the range of 200cc, 250cc and 390cc category. Honestly, if you are a mileage-oriented rider, rather skip this one. KTM bikes aren’t really about mileage or commuting but rather about performance. That being said, let’s start with the list of KTM bike price in Nepal along with its key specifications.

KTM Bikes in Nepal Price
KTM 200 DUKE Rs. 499900
KTM 250 DUKE Rs. 589900
KTM 390 DUKE Rs. 829900
KTM RC 200 Rs. 584900
KTM RC 390 Rs. 819900

KTM Bikes Price in Nepal


KTM Duke 200

Let’s kick off the list with KTM Duke 200. Take in mind that, this is the most affordable and entry-level KTM bike on this list. Saying that it still falls under the premium side when compared to other 200cc motorcycles. Why should this one be more expensive? There are a lot of reasons like build quality, brand recognition, styling, digital instrument cluster, etc. But the main thing that makes it stand out is the extremely good performance. And that’s all! The updated KTM Duke 200 comes with ABS as standard!

Compare an average KTM Duke 200 with any 200cc in the segment. It leaves them to dust in both performance and styling. That’s why you’re paying what you’re paying. Yes, it is aggressive and bold that complimented by the synonymous black and orange accent. What more could your heart desire?

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So far, all you’re hearing are the high praises. But life isn’t a fairy tale. While Duke gets a lot of things right, there are few you might consider a deal breaker. For example, the recognizable KTM frames come in black. Yes, black… and without the option to choose the orange frame. Well, that is a minor hiccup compared to the next one. Riders often report engine heating and constant refueling when riding the Duke 200. Moreover, the mere 10.2-liter fuel tank does not help.

Well, I did say the cons of the Duke 200 might be a deal breaker. But these things can be easily overlooked if you really want to ride the “affordable” Duke 200.

KTM Duke 200 Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 199.5cc
  • Mileage: 30kmpl
  • Top Speed: 130kmph
  • Max Power : 24.6 bhp @ 10000rpm
  • Max Torque : 19.2 Nm @ 8000rpm
  • Gears: 6
  • Fuel Tank: 10.2 liters
  • Brakings: Dual Disc (No ABS)
  • Weight (kerb) : 148 kg

KTM Duke 200 Price in Nepal: Rs. 4,99,900

Pros Cons
Excellent Built and Performance Heating Issues in Heavy Traffic
Most Informative Instrument Cluster No ABS option!

KTM Duke 250

Now that you’ve done your homework on the Duke 200, let start with the KTM Duke 250. Well, you might be wondering if you should really spend Rs. 90,000 just for the extra 50cc.

“No. I should not.”

Well, that was my answer too! Unfortunately, I was wrong. KTM cleverly combines the both Duke 200 and Duke 390, trying to give you the best of both worlds of sorts. KTM Duke 250 is like a bridge that connects the 200cc and 390cc. You get the new headlamp shroud and LED running lamp from the bigger sibling, but a bulb-and-reflector setup like the smaller sibling. Moreover, you also get the bolt-on subframe and larger fuel tank from the 390 but the smaller front brake from the 200. This also gives you an orange color frame which you wouldn’t normally get as an option. So, extra Rs. 90,000 will get an aggressive design, much more attractive styling, and slightly better performance.

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“Is it worth the extra cash?”

Personally, I’d say yes. Duke 200 is inspired by the older generation of Duke. Even though it still looks bad-ass, the design is starting to look dated. In my opinion, I don’t hate the old style, it’s just that the new looks better. Moreover, almost everyone chooses Duke 200 over 250, so it loses the “wow” factor quick. Plus, there are higher chances of people turning their head when you’re riding the 250 over 200.

KTM Duke 250 Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 248.8cc
  • Mileage: 30kmpl
  • Top Speed: 145kmpl
  • Max Power29.58 bhp @ 9000rpm
  • Max Torque: 24 Nm @ 7500rpm
  • Gears: 6
  • Fuel Tank: 13.5 liters
  • Braking: Dual Disc (No ABS)
  • Weight (kerb) : 161 kg

KTM Duke 250 Price in Nepal: Rs. 5,89,900

Pros Cons
Excellent Built and Performance Heating Issues in Heavy Traffic
Most Informative Instrument Cluster No ABS Option… again
Easy Handling with Comfortable Ride Quality Seats are Little Stiffer

KTM Duke 390

Finally, you’ve arrived at the flagship of the Naked Sports segment: Duke 390. It takes major inspiration from the iconic 1290 Super Duke. Expect the top of the line specs along with top of the line hardware. It wouldn’t be an overstatement to call Duke 390 the best bike on the market. Especially, considering everything that it brings to the table.

KTM Duke 390 is a perfect example of what draws so many to the thrill of the street motorcycling. Basically, it’s a stylish and aggressive motorcycle with all the power to back it up. Again, it is equipped with one of the most advanced LCD instrument clusters in the market right now. Furthermore, the second generation 390 does improve a lot, in terms of engine refinement, suspension, and handling.

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Let’s be honest here, you should probably skip over this bike. Yes, it’s a cool motorcycle with its fancy LED light, aggressive designs and all, but the price drives a hard bargain. Imagine buying an expensive 370+cc motorcycle, only to use it for commuting in city traffic. I know people buy Duke for its performance but isn’t commuting somewhat related? I’m not saying skip Duke 390. Just be practical and realistic before fully committing to it.

KTM Duke 390 Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 373.2cc
  • Mileage: 20 – 25kmpl
  • Top Speed: 160kmph
  • Max Power: 42.90 bhp @ 9000rpm
  • Max Torque: 37 Nm @ 7000rpm
  • Gears: 6
  • Fuel Tank: 13.5 liters
  • Braking: Dual Disc (with ABS)
  • Weight (kerb) : 163 kg

KTM Duke 390 Price in Nepal: Rs. 8,29,900

Pros Cons
Excellent Built and Performance Expensive Price Tag!
Most Advanced LCD Instrument Cluster
Most Worth It Among All KTM Bikes

KTM RC 200 / RC 390

So, let’s jump into the next segment of fairing KTM Bikes in Nepal. When you first lay your eyes on this, it’s obviously one of the most beautiful looking motorcycles in the market. Like its Duke siblings, it looks aggressive with all the performance numbers to back it up.

KTM RC series comes in only two models; RC 200 and RC 390. Both shares the similar design language and aesthetics, with the engine being a major difference. Moreover, another simple difference includes the ABS and Slipper Clutch. While RC 390 comes with those extra features, but RC 200 does not. So, if you want to get those features, you must go for the 390 model. Likewise, expect the top-tier performance you’d expect from a KTM. Therefore, if you’re looking for performance, then KTM RC might be a viable option.

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Okay, please don’t hate me for this but let’s take the practical approach once again. While RC series looks good, the rear set pegs, stiffer seats, and the riding posture compromise the overall comfort. So, you might start to feel a slight discomfort on longer rides. But these are few age-old problems that can be casually overlooked. In conclusion, if all those factors don’t really affect you, then go ahead and choose RC over all the others.

KTM RC 200 / RC 390 Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 199.5cc / 373.2cc
  • Mileage: 25-30kmpl / 20-25kmpl
  • Top Speed: 145kmph /180kmph
  • Max Power: 25.10 bhp @ 10000rpm / 43.5BHP @ 9000rpm
  • Max Torque: 19.2 Nm @ 8000rpm / 36Nm @ 7000rpm
  • Gears: 6
  • Fuel Tank: 9.5 liters
  • Braking: Dual Disc (ABS only in RC 390)
  • Weight (Kerb) : 154 kg / 170kg

KTM RC 200 Price in Nepal: Rs. 5,42,900

KTM RC 390 Price in Nepal: Rs. 8,19,900

Pros Cons
Excellent Built and Performance ABS and Ride by Wire Only Available in RC 390
Most Informative Instrument Cluster Uncomfortable in Longer Rides
Stable Controls and Easy Handling Stiffer Seats for Both Riders and Pillion!

Final Thoughts

So, that was the end of our list. Unlike the other brands, KTM has a very specific audience. These bikes are more dedicated towards the people who want to feel the performance and appreciate the aesthetics. Although these will cost you a much more than other motorcycles out in the market, you believe its worth when you ride it. Please don’t go as far as calling them the Apple of the motorcycle industry, it wouldn’t be fair. Yes, some competition like Pulsar RC, Dominar 400, Apache RR 310, among countless others provides similar experience while costing much less. But you do have to agree that KTM has its own charm.

Among the five KTM bikes in Nepal, which one would I choose? Majority of people in Nepal go for the Duke 200 and RC 200. Since, it is a relatively the affordable KTM bike, the choice should be obvious. In my case, I would go for the Duke 250 and RC 390.

With Duke 250, you get a slightly different styling and better performance. Plus, you stand out from the populated crowd. For me, it’s worth the extra Rs. 90,000. On the other hand, RC 390 isn’t really all that different from the RC 200. I chose RC 390 solely for the inclusion of ABS and Slipper Clutch, although, lack of those essential features in RC 200 is very disappointing.

That was the end of our list. Which KTM bikes do you prefer? What are the things you liked or disliked? Share us your thoughts in the comments down below!


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