Austrian sports bicycle maker KTM on Thursday said it has established BS-VI emission standard compliant assortment of its bicycles in India priced between Rs 1.38 lakh and Rs 2.53 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
The organization, where Bajaj Auto is a stakeholder, ” said the cost gain in the range in contrast to this BS-IV bikes Rs 10,496 based on the version and are going to be between Rs 3,328.
“KTM has created a foundation of over 2.5 lakh biking fans in the previous seven decades via its Duke and RC range… The brand new 2020 range further reinforces our mission to offer you the most complete selection of performance bikes from the premium sports bike segment,” Bajaj Auto President (Probiking) Sumeet Narang said in a statement.
Sale of RC125 and compliant 125 Duke will begin at the end of February while the selling for models from the KTM household has begun, the business said. April 2020, the KTM 790 Duke may transition into emission standards post from BS-IV, it included.
Has been in a partnership with KTM for 12 years surrounding the distribution and manufacturing of the latter’s bicycles.