KTM Reveals Highly Anticipated 2023 RC 125, RC 200, and RC 390 Motorbikes


KTM has dropped a fresh update on its supersport motorcycles in India, including the RC 125, RC 200, and RC 390 models. These bad boys now sport a smoked visor, which was previously seen on the GP Edition variant. Don’t get it twisted though, besides the new look, these 2023 rides are the same in terms of pricing, design, and mechanics.

The RC 125, RC 200, and RC 390 are known for their powerful engines, agile handling, and sporty style, making them a must-have for any speed enthusiast. The addition of the smoked visor is sure to add an extra dose of attitude to these already fierce bikes. Whether you’re a seasoned KTM fan or just getting into the game, these rides are not to be slept on.

Last year, KTM gave their RC line of motorcycles a major makeover. They gave it a new design, a better engine, new wheels, upgraded brakes, and a cooler instrument panel. These changes were all about making the bikes look even more sick and boosting their performance. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, this year KTM added a smoked visor to the RC lineup, making these bikes look even more sporty and stylish. But don’t worry, the engine and power are still just as sick as they were last year.

Features – 

The KTM RC 125, RC 200, and RC 390 are loaded with features that make them look and perform even better. These features include a bolt-on subframe that’s easy to take off and put back on, a muscular fuel tank that gives the bike an aggressive vibe, split-style seats that make the ride more comfy for the rider and passenger, blacked-out cast alloy wheels that give the bike a sick look, a new smoked visor that adds to the bike’s sporty style, clip-on handlebars that give the rider a more aerodynamic position, full-LED lighting that improves visibility and makes the bike look more modern, and arrowhead-shaped mirrors that add to the bike’s overall appearance.

The bikes also come with an LCD instrument cluster that has Bluetooth connectivity and KTM’s ‘MY RIDE’ system, which lets riders access things like phone and music controls through the bike’s dashboard. As far as weight and fuel storage go, the RC 125 weighs 162kg, the RC 200 weighs 160kg, and the RC 390 weighs 172kg. All three models have a fuel tank that holds 13.7 liters.

Engine Specifications and power –

The KTM RC 125, RC 200, and RC 390 are packed with engines that make for a super smooth and awesome ride. The RC 125’s engine is a 124.7cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder beast that pumps out 14.75bhp of power and 12Nm of torque. The RC 200’s engine is a 199.5cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder monster that cranks out 24.6bhp of power and 19.2Nm of torque. And the RC 390’s engine is a 373.27cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder beast that churns out 42.9bhp of power and 37Nm of torque. All three bikes also have a 6-speed manual gearbox that makes shifting a breeze.

Bike ModelEngine DisplacementHorsepowerTorque
KTM RC 125124.7cc14.75bhp12Nm
KTM RC 200199.5cc24.6bhp19.2Nm
KTM RC 390373.27cc42.9bhp37Nm


KTM 2023 models pricing –

KTM has not altered the pricing for their new RC 125, RC 200, and RC 390 models, which are available for purchase at their respective prices of Rs. 1,88,640, Rs. 2,14,688, and Rs. 3,16,070. These prices are for the ex-showroom in Delhi, which means that they do not include any additional fees or taxes that may be required at the time of purchase. If you are interested in purchasing one of these motorcycles, you will need to pay the listed price in order to obtain it. Please note that these prices may vary depending on your location and any applicable taxes or fees.

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Sharma Akash
Sharma Akash
A medico from Kolkata who enjoys a keen interest on the political and national developments. Speaks his mind out.

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