Austrian motorcycle manufacturer, KTM 125 Duke officially unveiled to the ASEAN. Singapore was chosen as the first country to do in Rochester Restaurant last weekend.
20 units are sold at Duke's 125 Singapore dollars per unit 9500 or the
equivalent of Rp67, 1 million per unit sold. Pretty expensive! But,
do not be discouraged yet, the article of the tax burden that must be
paid by consumers to have a vehicle in Singapore is larger than
Indonesia. One was the famous Vehicle Ownership Tax and not to mention the road tax and vehicle age (age above 10 years).
marketed to Singapore through its dealers and has been marketing
DirtWheel other models such as the Duke 690, Duke 990, do not miss some
other superbike models. Selvaraj
Narayana, KTM's Director of Sales and Logistics South East Asia region
said, this product is the result of production from the Chakan plant in
Pune, India Bajaj production sites.
since this model first, so the first 20 units shipped from India to
Austria, then shipped to Singapore," said Narayana, as reported by
BikesAdvice, (22 / 8).
After Singapore, further Narayana, KTM Malaysia aiming for a launch in the near future. "We
plan to introduce this motorcycle in Malaysia within the next few days
and Malaysian Prime Minister (Najib Razak) be the special guest, because
he who opened the hood next to the community, 'Narayana beber.
Why not choose Indonesia KTM Duke to launch 125? Of the outstanding issues, Indonesia is also assigned to the Duke 200 will be marketed in India. Until now, the unit reportedly still in the development of collaboration technologies KTM and Bajaj.
of PT Bajaj Auto Indonesia, Tomotaka Ishikawa also recommends KTM if
you want to market products in Indonesia have a higher engine capacity
of 125cc. He considered, consumers in Indonesia are still fond of a capacity large machine so hoping for more power. "Image
125cc bike was not too good in Indonesia, especially when the selling
price is high. They want more, this is what we recommend to KTM when
going to market the unit here (Indonesia)," said Tomotaka.