DSK Benelli TNT 25 vs KTM Duke 200

The Indian automobile industry is a competition field of light weight sport bikes. Two wheeler companies are manufactured sport bikes with brilliant features. But the question arises in my mind. Which one is the best sport bike from between DSK Benelli TNT 25 and KTM Duke 200?


The Italian manufacture Benelli is going to launch its new Benelli TNT 25 in the upcoming days. The Benelli TNT25 will be built for the youngster, who takes a fun from the ride. Whereas, KTM Duke 200 is also available in the same displacement of 200 in the market. Now we are going to compare between the features and technologies of DSK Benelli TNT 25 and KTM Duke 200.

Engine and Performance

The power of the DSK Benelli TNT 25 comes from a liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, sparkler engine. The engine is collaboration with electronic fuel injection system, which help to generate power of 24.1 BHP and 21 NM of torque. The engine is mated to the 6-speed gear box.


The KTM Duke 200 is powered by 199.5 with single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition, BS IV liquid-cooled mill that produced 24.67 BHP of power. The bike is coupled to the 6-speed gear box with mechanically operated clutch. KTM claims a highest speed130 kmph in just 18.4 seconds.


DSK Benelli TNT 25 is designed with plastic side panels, muscular styling, fuel tank, etc. Overall the bike is well designed that gives fully sporty look. The company offers bigger street fighter headlamp on the front and LED lights at the rear for clearer visibility at night. TNT25 comes with a split seat sitting posture for the long and comfortable ride.


KTM Duke 200 comes with a brilliant features, sporty look and more option. The motorcycle is featured a split seat for the comfortable riding, under exhaust which is seen in the Pulsar 200NS and Led headlights for the clear visibility. While, the KTM Duke 200 offers a dynamic performance. It touches a 0-100 kmph in just 7.3 seconds.

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For the safe riding the company is offering a powerful brakes with 280mm disc at the front and 240mm disc at rear. The motorcycle offers a comfortable riding on the pit road as it loaded with upside down telescopic forks at front side and mono-shock suspensions at rear. A mono-shock suspension connects the rear swing-arm to the motorcycle’s frame.


While, Duke 200 is loaded a four-pot caliper with 300mm front disc break which provides a safe and powerful brake where is there you need the brakes. KTM offers a lightweight WP swing-arm suspension at the front and high-quality up-side down fork from WP Suspension at the rear that enhance the stability power.

Dimensions and Weight

Both the motorcycles have dynamic ergonomics and excellent low ground clearance that make the bike riding in very comfortable zone on the Indian pit road. The weight of DSK Benelli TNT 25 is 130 kg and the 16.5lt fuel tank capacity. Overall the length, width and height of the motorcycle are 2080mm, 805mm and 1090mm respectively.


While, the KTM Duke 200 has kreb weight of 125kg and 10.5lt fuel tank. For the comfortable sitting posture the bike is measured with 2050mm, 730mm and 810mm length, width and height with 165 mm ground clearance.

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Shades and Price


The Benelli TNT 25 will be launched at an expected price tag of Rs. 1,68,000 in the Indian market. The comes with two colors white and black. While the KTM Duke 200 is sold at Rs 1,43,000 in ex-showroom price in New Delhi. Duke 200 is available in two colors orange and white.




About Neha Sharma

SAGMart is an online information portal, where you can find genuine information about any upcoming and new motorcycle or scooter you will be looking for all across the globe. One can easily search the product details, technical specifications and cosmetic details, including their ex-showroom price and current price at one's place. The user could also be able to get through the brief reviews of various existing and newly launched two-wheelers as well and can also search information about the upcoming two-wheelers.

Posted on December 18, 2015, in Motorcycles. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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