KTM Duke 200 proves its toughness
KTM Duke 200 proves its toughness
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Not a month ago Albi brought us a video in which we could see a Honda NSR driving down a street with almost a meter of water. Something almost unthinkable in this part of the world, but it turns out that it is so common there that even it is an approved test that is passed off to motorcycles to be able to go on sale in India. Specifically, it consists of immersing the motorcycle in forty-odd centimeters of water (16.5 inches) and checking that everything is still working properly.

And the KTM Duke 200 it passes the tests without any problem, despite mounting an exhaust under the crankcase with an outlet at practically the same height. Don't ask me how they do it, but they even stop the motorcycle, leave it in the water for half an hour, and on the way back it starts as if it were nothing and left the water estuary on its own feet. This is to show the hard way that the product you sell is capable of surviving even in the harsh conditions of the Asian monsoon and its floods. Unfortunately the KTM Duke 200 has seen its arrival in Europe delayed because it looks like it's selling like hotcakes in India and the factory doesn't make enough bikes to sell in other markets.

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