KTM 125 DUKE  

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The KTM 125 DUKE may be the entry-level bike of the range, but it isn't here to play games.


The 125 Duke takes its design cues straight from the KTM 1290 Superduke. It looks pretty similar to the KTM 200 Duke, with a sharp and mass-forward design. 

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The KTM Duke 125 boasts a fully-digital, LCD instrument console, which shows  such as speed,RPM, fuel level, tripmeter, mileage, average speed and a clock.

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Braking is handled by a 300mm front-disc (with a radial calliper) and a 230mm rear-disc (with floating calliper).

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Bike Rolls  

The bike rolls on 17 inch alloys, which come wrapped in 110-section (front) and 150-section (rear) tubeless MRF tyres. 

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 Suspension duties are handled by a 43mm inverted fork up front and a 10-step-preload-adjustable rear monoshock (both being WP units). 

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Fuel Tank 

 The engine works in conjunction with a 6-speed transmission and the bike comes with a 13.4 litre fuel tank. 

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KTM 125 Duke is powered by a single-cylinder, 124.7cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, OBD-2 compliant engine, which produces 14.5PS and 12Nm. 

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Ground Clearance 

The 125 Duke comes with 822mm seat height and has a 155mm ground clearance.

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