View Ktm Bikes in India. Total 6 Ktm Bikes available in India online. Ktm Bikes are available in Indian markets starting at . The lowest price model is KTM Duke 200. Most popular Ktm Bikes is priced at KTM Duke 690. The current top Ktm Bikes in India is KTM Rc25 250. The online price was last updated on 16 Sep, 2014 and is valid across Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune and Kolkotta for online purchases. Lowest online prices for Ktm Bikes are displayed below.
KTM is among the top and biggest motorcycle manufactures in Europe. KTM
bikes entered India in partnership with Bajaj-KTM in the year 2007. As per
the deal, KTM was supposed to provide the technological know-how to bajaj
for 125 and 250 cc, water cooled, four stroke engines, while Bajaj was
supposed to take care of all the marketing and distribution of the bikes in
India and few other southeast Asian countries as well. Gradually, Bajaj
took over some more of stakes by 2011 and by April 2012 Bajaj had taken
over 47% of KTM's stake. It started in India with KTM Duke 200, which went
on to be one of the most popular KTM bikes in India.
KTM bikes are produced by the iconic Austrian two wheeler manufacturer,
indulging in production of motorbikes, bicycles, and mopeds, which was
found in the year 1934 and was named as *Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz
Mattighofen*. It initially started out as a metal workshop, and came into
bike production only in 1954; however, when it started with the production
of bikes, most of the parts were being produced in-house, other than the
engines. The first product from the bike producing KTM came post war, in
the year 1957, a moped Mecky. Soon the company ventured into the production
of racing bikes. By the late 1970s, the company started spreading its wing
abroad, the first one coming in the year in 1978, as KTM North America Inc.
However, the company almost sunk in the year 1988, and it had to be brought
to a stop. Eventually, the company faced insolvency in the year 1991, and
then was later on divided in four: KTM Sportmotorcycles GmbH, later on
named as KTM-Sportmotorcycle AG and remains so till date, which mastered
the art of manufacturing off-road motorcycles. KTM Fahrrad GmbH, for bikes
manufactured the general purpose bikes. KTM Fahrrad GmbH was producing
cooling systems for both cars and bikes. KTM Werkzeugbau GmbH has been now
merged with KTM Sportmotorcycles.
As for the current portfolio of KTM bikes, there is just one bike in
India, KTM Duke 200, which comes loaded with features. Though fully
featured, it can in no way be called an expensive bike. At Rs. 1,17,500,
the bike comes pretty cheap.