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KTM 200 DUKE v/s BAJAJ PULSAR AS200

Both KTM and Bajaj are two great companies that introduce to its customers some of the best bike for them to ride, so undoubtedly this becomes a confusion of which one to purchase. We cannot judge which one is the best for you, but we will give you the insights of the bikes, which in turn will help you to choose the best for you.

KTM 200 Duke:

KTM Duke 200

KTM 200 Duke has a 199.5 cc engine consisting of 1 cylinder with 4 valves producing a power of 25 bhp @ 10,000 rpm and a force of 19Nm @ 8000 rpm with the help of a fuel injection system. Quite impressive.

This bike has an 11 liters fuel tank with 2.5 liters of reserve fuel capacity capable of giving you a 385 km of overall riding range at a mileage of 35 kmpl. The bike has a wet multi-disc clutch which is mechanically actuated helping its 6 stroke gear engine.

Talking more the bike has Trellis type chassis with Upside down and mono shock suspensions at the front and rear end, along with front and rear disc brakes. Moreover it has alloy wheels with wheel size of 17 inches and a 12 V battery along with a digital speedometer and tachometer.

The bike is all packed up with all its distinct features with a buying price of Rs 1.6 lakhs.

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Bajaj Pulsar AS200:

Bajaj Pulsar AS200

Bajaj Pulsar AS200 is geared up with a 6 stroke 199.5 cc engine of 1 cylinder with 4 valves giving you a power of 23.17 bhp @ 9500 rpm along with a torque of 18.3 Nm @ 8000 rpm via the carburetor from which the fuel delivery is done.

It has fuel tank of 12 liters with 2.4 liters of reserve fuel capacity giving you a 35 kmpl average with 420km of overall driving range. It has a clutch type which is wet, multi disk with hydraulics and a pressed steel perimeter frame type chassis.

Talking of its suspension, its front suspension is composed of telescopic anti friction bush and the rear end suspension is a nitrox mono shock absorber with canister. The bike is also equipped with disc brakes at both its front and rear sides supporting an instant stop to this 153 kg monster from Bajaj.

The bike has a 17 inches wide wheel made of alloy and a 12 V full DC MF battery and digital speedometer and a brand new sporty look to make it look cool.

This monster from Bajaj can be bought at a price of Rs 1.04 lakhs from the Indian market.

Both the bikes are very good. They are perfectly upgraded with latest features to satisfy the need of the consumers. Focus on the needs and try to analyze the after sales service of the above companies in your city. Then check the price of the bike, if it fits in your pocket or not. In the end give looks and performance a last shot. It will help you to choose the best one for you.

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