KTM RC 200 and 390cc launched in India. The motorcycles have full body fairing, which sets them apart from the presently selling models. The RC versions also have a reworked rear end. The forward leaning riding position along with the clip on handlebars will make it an amazing bike for the track.
Let's take a look at the KTM RC 200 & RC 390 Pricing
The two newly launched models will be priced at INR 1,60,000 for the RC 200 and INR 2,05,000 for the RC 390 (prices ex-showroom Delhi). The pricing is a little higher than the Duke, but is still one of the very affordable performance motorcycles available for the Indian market.
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The heart of the KTM RC 200 is a 199.5cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled engine that will produce 25 bhp and 19.2 Nm of peak torque.
The RC 390 is powered by a 373.3cc liquid cooled, single cylinder engine, that will produce 43 bhp and 35 Nm of peak torque. Both the motorcycles have their engine mated to a six-speed gearbox.
The RC 200 and 390 weigh 147.5 kgs and 159.5 kgs respectively.
ABS comes standard on the RC 390 and has an option to be switched off for those who feel like they can do without it.
The motorcycles are equipped with a full digital speedo console and the KTM safety measure to kill the engine if the side stand is still down.
The motorcycles also feature twin projector headlamp which will make it stand out unlike the Duke.
The RC 200 and the RC 390 have a nice forward leaning position for those who love to push their limits on a good day at the track.
Judging by the Duke range, these motorcycles will handle great and surely put a smile on the faces of those who treat the bike with respect, because the RC 390 produces a power to weight ratio of 262 PS per ton.