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I wonder why they removed the Duke 200. I feel like I’m bad luck for KTM. I buy the RC8R new they stop making it. I buy the SDGT a year later they stop selling it in the US. I do the paper work on a Duke 200 the other day and it’s no longer on the US website. 🤦🏽‍♂️
 

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Yep. A week ago they had a mix of 2021, 2022 and 2023 models listed and now all but the 2023 are gone. The 390 Duke is also gone. Suspect the 390 will come back eventually, but not sure about the 200. And what about the 250? The new 2023 "India-built" models (125, 200, 250 and 390) are being launched in India this month with dealers there receiving them in Feb. Who knows about the US!

KTM Far East Markets press release:

For 2023, the range is updated with new premium hues taking their inspiration from the vibrant KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE RR prototype and Grand Prix teams.

KTM 790 DUKE
THE ORIGINAL SCALPEL slices back onto the scene as an A2 compatible entry point to the KTM mid-weight range, bringing its razor-sharp handling to the beginner segment. This decision comes off the back of a partnership agreement with Chinese manufacturer, CFMOTO, which sees the 790 cc powerplant continued. This means the 105 hp Naked machine will continue to fill a core gap in the market globally. With a dedicated 95 hp A2 compatible version taking on the streets in Europe.

KTM RC 125 / KTM RC 390
Both models in the KTM RC range receive the KTM GP Orange treatment, complete with black exhaust. All 2023 KTM RC models also feature a dark-tinted screen as standard.

KTM 125 DUKE
THE SPAWN OF THE BEAST, the KTM 125 DUKE gets a fresh color update, introducing a blue-on-white motif, accented by an orange tailpiece and striking orange wheels.

KTM 390 DUKE The middle-weight CORNER ROCKET receives two new colorway updates: a vibrant orange and blue/gray option, and stealthy black and matt gray hue adding a darker, more sinister shadow to the streets.

KTM 890 DUKE GP
The KTM 890 DUKE GP introduces more black to the fray, with an eye-catching black-on-white colorway, set off by a striking orange subframe and orange wheels.

KTM 2023 Street models will begin shipping in November 2022. For more news about the 2023 KTM model range, visit ktm.com or your nearest authorized KTM dealer.

 
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