when KTM That baby street fighter, 200 DukeIn last year’s North American market, this little bike received a lot of criticism. Its small 199cc engine and mere 25 horsepower output were considered by many to be inadequate for American roads and highways. In fact, some would even argue that 200 Duke occupied such a niche space in the market, its closest rival is actually Honda Grom.
But in the Asian market, the KTM200 Duke is the bike responsible for pushing KTM into the hearts of motorcycle enthusiasts. Prior to the launch of the first generation 200 Duke, KTM motorcycles consisted primarily of high-performance off-road machines and fire-breathing street bikes such as the KTM 990 Super Duke and RC81190. When KTM launched the 200 Duke in 2012, it quickly caught the hearts of motorcycle enthusiasts thanks to its edgy styling and range topping performance.
Fast-forwarding almost 10 years later, the KTM200 Duke underwent a major makeover. Today, wearing a bodywork very similar to his brother’s 390 Duke, this little naked sport bike continues to be KTM’s best-selling model in the Asian market. Featuring a perfectly fair brother, the RC200, the two baby orange machines act as a practical and affordable daily commuter, or as a gateway drug to motorcycle enthusiasts heading for the Orange route.
Now, as far as the all-new 2021 KTM 200 Duke is concerned, Malaysia is the latest to receive the acclaimed Naked Street Fighter. Previously launched in other Asian markets such as India, Thailand and the Philippines, the new 200 Duke inventories are selling like pancakes, especially given the current situation and the surge in demand for personal mobility. .. Given Malaysia’s deep motorcycle culture and its reliance on motorcycles for daily transportation, the KTM200 Duke is undoubtedly a performer in the local market.
https://www./news/499116/ktm-200duke-launch-malaysia/?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=RSS-all-news KTM200 Duke enters Malaysia