KTM Duke 125 For Sale
The 2017 KTM Duke 125 is a premium learner friendly naked bike and is powered by a 125cc single cylinder engine which puts out the full 15bhp. It was first released in 2011 but gained a fancy TFT dash and LED lighting for 2017.
- Trick dashboard, LED lights, looks great, sounds great, excellent brakes
- On the pricey side, can be a bit slow to pick up speed, high maintenance
What Is It?
It's powered by a Euro 4 compliant liquid cooled 124.7cc single cylinder four stroke engine, producing 14.8bhp at 9,500rpm and maximum torque at 8,000rpm.
- Steel tubular frame with Aluminium swingarm
- 300mm disc up front with ByBre 2 piston radial caliper
- 230mm disc at the rear with ByBre single piston caliper
- Bosch 9MB dual channel ABS with off mode
- WP 43mm upside down fork with 142mm travel
- WP rear shock with adjustable pre-load and 150mm travel
- Full LED lighting with front LED position lights
- 1->1 exhaust system
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
Compared to the 2011-2016 model you get new bodywork, a new LED front light, colour TFT dash which adapts to how bright it is, a refined engine, larger Euro 4 muffler and orange sub-frame.
Fuel capacity is up 2.4 litres, seat height 30mm and weight 10kg. The 10-spoke 17" wheels take a 110/70 tyre at the front and 150/60 at the rear.
Options include mobile / music connectivity, allowing control of your tunes from the dash and left handlebar control (check this pics).
Colours: Orange, white
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|Year||On The Road||Off The Road||Total||For Sale|
|2017||392||37||429||85 / month|
|2018||719||-||719||110 / month|
|2019||Data not yet available||600 / month|
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