Low-capacity KTM Dukes get 2021 Euro5 refresh and new paint

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KTM have tweaked their learner-legal £4299 125 Duke and A2-licence compliant £4899 390 Duke for 2021, updating the single-cylinder engines in both bikes to meet the latest Euro5 emissions regulations. 

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The revised 124.7cc liquid-cooled engine found in the smaller model kicks out a claimed performance figure just shy of 15bhp, with the larger, thrapping 373cc Duke 390 producing a restricted licence friendly 43bhp. On top of this, the larger Duke can now also be equipped with an optional up/down quickshifter.

2021 KTM Duke 125 burnout

Covering these updates are fresh colours, with the 125 enjoying either black or grey plastics with an orange trellis chassis and the 390 receiving grey or white plastics, with either an orange or black frame, respectively.

MCN will bring you more on these bikes as soon as it becomes available.

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Dan Sutherland

By Dan Sutherland

Senior Writer (motorcycling), sportsbike nut, currently riding a FireBlade