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KTM has finally launched the much-awaited 125 Duke in India. The updated entry-level KTM comes with updated styling and few other changes besides. The new design looks a lot more contemporary and is inspired by the 1290 Super Duke R. The Austrian motorcycle brand has priced the KTM 125 Duke at Rs 1.50 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Furthermore, the 125 Duke comes with a new bolt-on rear subframe and a larger steel tank with a capacity of 13.5 litres. Ergonomics, too, have been revised for a more engaging experience; aided by the new WP Suspension front suspension. It comes in two colours – Electronic Orange & Ceramic White and boasts of a lightweight trellis-frame as well.

The 125cc, liquid-cooled engine which still powers the 125 Duke, with power output figures remaining the same as before — 14.3-bhp and 1.22-kgm of torque. However, weight too has gone up 159 kilograms, which is a 7-kilogram increase from the previous model. What do you make of KTM’s youngest getting an overhaul?