KTM India Sales Mar 2023KTM sales more than doubled YoY both in domestic market and exports in March 2023 – It was MoM exports that declined
KTM India has registered strong sales in March 2023. Total sales (domestic + exports) improved by 63.07 percent YoY to 11,952 units in March 2023 from 7,289 units sold in March 2022. It was a de-growth of 17.62 percent MoM from 14,509 units sold in Feb 2023.
KTM sales increased 71.27 percent YoY and 7.55 percent MoM in domestic markets. Sales in March 2023 stood at 6,284 units, up from 3,669 units sold in March 2022 and from 5,843 units sold in Feb 2023. The month of March 2023 saw the company introduce a new variant of the KTM 390 Adventure called 390 Adventure X. It is below the Standard trim, missing out on several features that are available on the standard model and priced at Rs 2.8 lakh (ex-showroom).
KTM India Domestic sales Breakup March 2023
KTM’s 200 series (Duke + RC) saw maximum sales in domestic markets with 2,915 units sold in the past month, up 50.03 percent over 1,943 units sold in March 2022. This was a 972 unit volume growth with the KTM 200 commanding a 46.39 percent share. MoM sales however, dipped 10.42 percent from 3,254 units sold in Feb 2023.
A 11.44 percent YoY and 3.94 percent MoM sales of KTM 250 (Duke + ADV) have been reported in March 2023. Sales in March 2023 stood at 1,715 units, up from 1,539 sold in March 2022. Feb sales had been at 1,650 units. Share percent stood at 27.29 in the past month.
KTM Domestic Sales March 2023
In 3rd place was the KTM 390 series (Duke + RC + ADV) which has seen the maximum YoY growth. Sales stood at 1,208 units in March 2023, up 120700 percent from just 1 unit sold in March 2022. It was also a 92.05 percent MoM growth from 629 units in Feb 2023. Sales of the KTM 125 (Duke + RC) also increased by 139.78 percent to 446 units in March 2023 from 186 units sold in March 2022 while MoM growth was at 43.87 percent over 310 units sold in Feb 2023.
KTM India Exports Breakup March 2023
Total exports on the other hand, saw a 56.57 percent YoY growth but fell 34.59 percent on a MoM basis. Exports which had been at 3,620 units in March 2022 improved to 5,668 units in March 2023. It had been higher at 8,666 units in Feb 2023. In export markets, it was the KTM 390 that commanded the most attention. Sales improved by 84.07 percent to 2,496 units in March 2023 from 1,356 units sold in March 2022 with a 44.04 percent share. MoM sales fell by 50.63 percent from 5,056 units sold in Feb 2023.
KTM 200 series (Duke + RC) was next on the export list with a 104.80 percent YoY growth and 4.32 percent MoM growth to 1,450 units shipped in March 2023. This was as against 708 units and 1,390 units exported in March 2022 and Feb 2022 respectively.
KTM Exports March 2023
The KTM 125cc series saw YoY increase in exports by 18.28 percent to 1,294 units while MoM sales dipped 18 percent. The KTM 250 on the other hand posted a de-growth both in terms of YoY (-7.36 percent) and MoM (-33.33 percent) down to 428 units in the past month. This was against 462 units shipped in March 2022 and 642 units exported in Feb 2023.
KTM Total Sales March 2023
Total sales stood at 11,952 units in March 2023, a 63.97 percent YoY growth from 7,289 units sold in March 2022. MoM sales dipped 17.62 percent. Every model on the list has posted a MoM de-growth in terms of total sales brought down due to a dip in export figures. It was the KTM 200 series that topped the total sales list with 4,365 units sold in March 2023 up 64.65 percent over 2,651 units sold in March 2022. It was a 6.01 percent MoM de-growth from 4,644 units sold in Feb 2023.
KTM Total (Sales + Exports) March 2023
KTM 390 sales also grew by 172.96 percent YoY to 3,704 units in March 2023 but fell 34.85 percent MoM. KTM 250 series saw a 7.10 percent YoY growth to 2,143 units in the past month but fell 6.50 percent MoM from 2,292 units sold in Feb 2023. YoY growth in total sales were also seen for the 125 series up 35.94 percent YoY to 1,740 units from 1,280 units sold in March 2022 while MoM sales dipped 7.84 percent over 1,888 units sold in Feb 2023. More
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KTM India Sales Mar 2023KTM sales more than doubled YoY both in domestic market and exports in March 2023 – It was MoM exports that declined
New KTM Duke 390 Spied. Images – MotorradWith refreshed looks and new componentry, next-gen KTM 390 Duke has achieved a sportier profile in comparison to the current model
Next-gen KTM 390 Duke has been spotted in production-ready format, indicating towards its launch in coming months. The last time the bike had received a major overhaul was back in 2017, when the BS4 version was launched. In the next stage of its evolution, the bike packs in a new colour scheme, more pronounced bodywork and updated cycle parts.
New KTM 390 Duke is likely to debut first in international markets, before being launched in India. It will continue to rival the likes of Kawasaki Z400 and BMW G310R. With the new equipment, prices are likely to be bumped up. The current model is available at a starting price of Rs 2.97 lakh.
Next-gen KTM 390 Duke – what’s new
Visual updates for new-gen KTM 390 Duke include a new colour theme, based on the larger capacity 1290 Super Duke R. Introducing blue shade to the mix ensures a more dynamic profile for the bike.
The current model is available in colour options of Dark Galvano and Liquid Metal. Both these are largely a mix of black and KTM’s signature orange shade. The blue and white shade used in the new colour scheme helps moderate the bike’s aggressive stance; achieving affable overtones.
New KTM Duke 390 Spied
At front, next-gen KTM 390 Duke gets a new LED headlight. It is a leaner unit that does away with the plastic shrouds seen with current model. Switchgear and TFT dash are new as well, indicating that the bike could be equipped with IMU. It will enable new features such as traction control and cornering ABS. Other updates include a reworked swingarm and refreshed tail light. It is wearing orange alloys.
New KTM Duke 390 Spied
Design of the fuel tank and tank extensions have been updated for a more muscled look and feel. Tank extensions get cut-outs and refreshed grooves, which are likely there for improving aerodynamics and engine cooling. Change in fuel tank design could result in a change in fuel storage capacity. Existing KTM 390 Duke can store 13.4-litres of fuel.
Next-gen KTM 390 Duke – New hardware
Some of the updates that are clearly evident include new design for the engine casing and reworked exhaust routing. The coolant reservoir has been relocated and an O2 sensor has been placed on the exhaust header pipe. What is not known at this point of time is whether the bike’s engine will get a performance boost or if it will come with higher displacement. In its current format, KTM 390 Duke is equipped with a 373.27 cc, liquid cooled engine. It generates 43.5 PS of max power and 37 Nm of peak torque.
New KTM Duke 390 Spied
Another significant update is adjustable front forks, as evident with the adjusters attached to fork caps. However, this feature could be exclusively for export markets. Made-in-India smaller capacity KTM bikes are meant for both domestic and export markets. It is possible that adjustable front suspension could be offered as an optional feature with new 390 Duke in India.
Next-gen 390 Duke has an offset monoshock suspension, which could be adjustable for rebound and preload. Something similar is already available with existing RC 390. Braking hardware for new 390 Duke has also been updated. As compared to the current model, the disc and calliper are mounted on the right-hand side.
With new 390 Duke, KTM is eyeing to provide a balance between city commutes, highway rides and the track racing2024 KTM 390 Duke
With a price tag of Rs. 3.2 lakh, one might argue that KTM 390 Duke is not at all value for money. If you look at it to commute from point A to B, yes. It is not a good value for the price. But motorcycles like 390 Duke are not just about getting to point B, it is all about the way it gets there.
With exceptional power : weight ratio and price : performance ratio, KTM 390 Duke is in a league of its own. This is the bike’s main draw. For 90% of the world’s motorcycle enthusiasts, this is capable of being the only motorcycle in their garage. KTM has revamped this pocket-friendly rocket and ahead of the official launch, first photos have leaked online.
2024 KTM 390 Duke Leaks
This is not the first time a new 390 Duke is spotted. We have seen camouflaged test mules regularly. But this is the first time that an undisguised photo of the new gen Duke 390 has been shared. This sheds new light on the motorcycle allowing us to get a better understanding of the design and equipment on offer.
Even though the design has seen some changes, it still looks unmistakably like a KTM product. 2024 Duke 390 is sporting orange-coloured wheels with blue colour shade on the tank. KTM might offer white wheel colour, depending on a multitude of colourways. The next obvious design change is the subframe. It looks like it was heavily inspired by its bigger siblings like 790 or 890 Duke.
2024 KTM 390 Duke
Alloy wheels and front disc rotors are new. Rotors are now mounted directly to the alloy wheels. Calipers are radially mounted too. WP USD front forks are likely to be retained. Engine casing is new too, which is a clear indication of a new engine architecture.
Earlier spy shots revealed that the swingarm is new, rear suspension duties are now tasked to an off-set mono-shock unit and there is a new tail light design. Other notable features include an underbelly exhaust, sharper headlight design, and large angular tank shrouds that extend to the front suspension giving it a lot of muscle to flex on its competition.
2024 KTM 390 Duke – Price & Launch
The new KTM 390 Duke is expected to displace close to 373 cc as before. It will be a single-cylinder oil-cooled unit making around 45 bhp and 40 Nm of torque as opposed to the outgoing model’s 42.9 bhp and 37 Nm. Weight can go up slightly as opposed to the 172 kg of the outgoing model.
The 390 Duke is a very popular motorcycle around the world. New 390 Duke is expected to pack in an even more impressive power : weight ratio than before. We also expect improved electronics and driver aids along with a quick shifter, a larger fuel tank, improved traction, larger brakes, new infotainment display with more features, etc. When launched, it will compete with BMW G310R and Honda CB300R. Launch is likely to happen in the coming months. 2024 KTM Duke 390 prices are likely to remain same as current 390 Duke, in the Rs 3.2 lakh ex-sh range.
KTM 390 Adventure X gets the same 373cc engine, developing close to 43 bhp of power and 37 Nm of torqueKTM 390 Adventure X launched – Rs 58k more affordable than existing ADV 390Team Orange has introduced a new variant of its popular 390 Adventure model. It is called 390 Adventure X and sits below the Standard model in pricing and equipment. The Austrian brand has cut some corners to achieve this lower pricing. The high-performance single-cylinder engine doesn’t get any revisions.KTM 390 Adventure X – Less Features For Less MoneyThe new variant costs Rs. 2.8 lakh (ex-sh). This is an introductory price and is likely to change in the future. As opposed to Rs. 3.38 lakh for standard model with all the bells and whistles, 390 Adventure X costs Rs. 58,000 less (all prices ex-sh). Making it a tempting proposition for potential buyers.KTM PricesPricing is the most interesting factor in this development. KTM 390 Adventure X now costs Rs. 2.8 lakh (introductory, ex-sh). 390 Adventure X is now Rs. 58,000 less than standard model and Rs. 36,000 more than KTM 250 Adventure priced at Rs. 2.44 lakh. Bringing 250 Adventure to the equation lends new perspectives regarding this new lower-spec KTM 390 Adventure X.The company has not cut corners where it matters the most. Potential buyers can rejoice. The 373.27cc single-cylinder engine is untouched. It still makes 42.9 bhp of power at 9000 RPM and 37 Nm of torque at 7000 RPM. The 6-speed gearbox and primary cycle parts are carried over.Omissions to achieve a lower price point come in its equipment list. KTM 390 Adventure X is devoid of a slew of electronic aids. These include Traction Control System, Cornering ABS and a quick shifter. Dual-channel ABS (switchable rear) is retained with the newer model.LED lighting all-around, USD front forks, ride-by-wire, slipper and assist clutch, 320mm front with 4-pot caliper and 230 mm rear with 1-pot caliper brake setup, tubeless tyres, 19” front and 17” alloy wheel setup and 200 mm ground clearance are carried over. KTM 390 Adventure X may not get a TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity as seen on the regular 390 ADV. It could instead get a display unit from KTM 250 ADV.Value For Money Variant In KTM’s 390 LineupKTM 390 Adventure X will broaden the horizon for the brand, drawing in more buyers. A lower entry-level price point makes it a VFM proposition, considering everything it packs. It is currently the least expensive KTM offering with a 373cc engine. 390 Adventure X has a slew of rivals falling in similar ethos. Zontes 350T costs Rs. 3.67 lakh and BMW G 310 GS costs Rs. 3.2 lakh (all prices ex-sh, Delhi)Royal Enfield Himalayan and Yezdi Adventure cost less and pose better value. Pound-to-pound, both these vehicles are less performant than KTM 390 Adventure X. Colour options are Orange and Dark Galvano. Spoke Wheel Edition and Low Seat-Height Editions are likely to launch at a later date.Many prospective buyers will find the new lower-spec variant of 390 Adventure a tempting proposition. It is not sure whether KTM will implement a similar strategy with Duke and RC lineups. In contrast, 390 Duke costs Rs. 2.96 lakh and RC 390 costs Rs. 3.16 lakh (all prices ex-sh, Delhi). More
New-gen KTM RC 390 is getting ready to make global debut later this year – It will be made in India by Bajaj2024 KTM RC 390 RenderKTM RC 390 has been around for a few years now. It offers the right balance between everyday rideability and an occasional track day. KTM is developing a new version, one that has been spied on multiple times. Most recent spy shots of the new KTM 390 give us a clearer look at the design of the motorcycle. Based on 2024 KTM RC 390 spy shots, automotive rendering artist Pratyush Rout has created a digital render.2024 KTM RC 390 to get new design – Render based on spy shotsThe render stays true to the spy shots. There is a single projector headlight at front, which has a jet plane-inspired nose. Side fairing covers more of the engine bay now as opposed to the outgoing model.2024 KTM RC 390 spy shots – Cycle World.Tasteful orange elements are playing with base colours. Side fairing also gets RC 390 badging along with the Ready To Race emblem on KTM logo. On the 2024 KTM RC 390 test mule, pillion seat was replaced with a rack to carry testing equipment. In the render, that is being replaced with a proper split seat setup which is more in line with the 2nd generation model.In the 1st gen model, there was a rather uncomfortable single-seat element that had a neatly integrated pillion seat. WP USD front forks might make it to the production model. There will be more performance than the outgoing model.2024 KTM RC 390 RenderNew-Gen KTM RC 390 – Back To The Drawing Board?There has been a paradigm shift in RC’s design since its inception. When first launched, RC range had a rather minimalist design with body panels, saving precious weight. It was also skinny, in this sense, it was narrower and less bulky with an underbelly exhaust, aiding in bringing the mass towards the center of the motorcycle.2024 KTM RC 390 RenderThe second generation on sale currently, came with a new design, which made the bike look a bit bigger and bulkier. The bug-eyed front dual projector headlight was replaced with a flatter one which looked more cohesive. There were mixed reactions to 2nd gen model and many fans were quite vocal on social media. This could be the reason behind KTM taking a step back, and building the 3rd gen based on 1st gen design language.In effect, 2024 KTM RC 390 gets a single projector headlight and an underbelly exhaust. Side fairing is fuller too, which is reminiscent of the 1st generation model. New-gen KTM RC 390 is likely to make its global debut at the 2023 EICMA show in Italy later this year. India launch can be expected in early 2024.Just like with current RC 390, new gen will also be made by Bajaj at the company plant near Pune. It is from here that the bike is exported across the globe. Similar design language can also be expected to feature on the next gen KTM RC 125 and RC 200. Prices of 2024 KTM RC 390 will remain similar to the current gen RC 390, which is about Rs 3.15 lakh. More
Total sales for KTM in the month of February 2023 stood at 14,509 units with 54.86% YoY growth and 29.79% MoM growth2023 KTM 390 ADVKTM has had a rather fruitful month during February 2023 where sales are concerned. In exports, KTM registered a strong 8,666 units. When compared to 5,016 units it shipped a year ago and 6,982 units it shipped a month before, KTM saw 72.77% YoY growth and 24.12% MoM growth as opposed to January 2023.KTM Domestic and Exports – Feb 2023KTM 390 series (Duke + RC + ADV) stormed the exports charts taking the top spot with 5,056 units shipped, accounting for 58.34% of total exports. A staggering 158.62% YoY growth and 15.86% MoM growth was observed, with 3,101 units and 692 units gained in volume YoY and MoM. In 2nd place, surprisingly, we have 125 series with 1,578 units shipped.KTM Domestic Sales Breakup Feb 2023Even though 125s (Duke + RC) saw 892.45% YoY growth, MoM analysis revealed a 27.21% decline, with 590 units lost in volume, accounting for 18.21% of KTM’s total domestic sales. Close to it is 200 series (Duke + RC) with 40.03% YoY decline and an astounding 3209% MoM growth. Lastly, we have 250s (Duke + ADV) with just 642 units shipped, registering 9.93% YoY growth and 57.35% MoM growth.In domestic market, KTM’s popular products have been the 200 series. That was true in February as well. 200s sold 3,254 units last month with 40.38% YoY growth as opposed to 2,318 units sold a year ago and 53.64% MoM growth as opposed to 2,118 units sold a month before. 200s hold 55.69% of total domestic sales for KTM.KTM India domestic sales market share Feb 2023At 2nd place, we have 250 series with 1,650 units sold, accounting for 28.24% of KTM’s total domestic sales. There was a 15.79% YoY growth and 41.03% MoM growth. Next in line is 390 series with 629 units sold. This class of motorcycles has had a paradigm shift with 1555% YoY growth as opposed to just 38 units sold last year.KTM Exports Breakup Feb 2023Unlike gaining 2nd spot in exports, 125 series don’t really sell in India owing to their value proposition (or the lack thereof). With just 310 units sold, a 45.8% YoY decline and 154.1% MoM growth was observed. In total, KTM sold 5,843 units in India. As opposed to 4,353 units sold a year ago and 4,197 units sold a month before, KTM registered 34.23% YoY growth and 39.22% MoM growth with 1,490 units and 1,646 units gained in volume YoY and MoM respectively.KTM India exports market share Feb 2023KTM Total Sales Feb 2023In total (domestic+exports), KTM sold 14,509 units in February 2023. As opposed to 9,369 units sold in February 2022 and 11,179 units sold in January 2023, KTM registered 54.86% YoY growth and 29.79% MoM growth. Volume growth stood at 5,140 units YoY and 3,330 units MoM. Topping the charts is 390 series with 5,685 units comprising of Duke, Adventure and RC ranges.KTM India Total sales Feb 2023A 185.25% YoY growth and 10.37% MoM growth was observed when compared to 1,993 units sold a year ago and 5,151 units sold a month before. Volume growth stood at 3,692 units YoY and 534 units MoM, accounting for 39.18% of KTM’s total sales. Next in line is 200 range with 4,644 units clocked in their name. With barely managing a 0.17% YoY growth and 115% MoM growth, this class had a 32.01% market share.KTM India (sales + exports) market share Feb 2023At 3rd place is 250s with 2,292 units sold last month. There was a 14.09% YoY growth and 45.25% MoM growth as well, accounting for 15.8% of total sales. Lastly, we have the smallest displacement of the bunch, which is 125s with 1,888 units sold. Still, sales grew by 158.28% YoY and saw a dip of 17.55% MoM. More
While domestic demand will be limited for made-in-India twin-cylinder KTM bikes, the investment cost will be justifiable with aggressive targeting of export marketsKTM RC 650 Render for illustration purposeEarlier this year in January, Bajaj-KTM partnership achieved a key sales milestone of 1 million units. The one-millionth unit to roll out of Bajaj’s plant was a KTM 390 Adventure. Going forward, Bajaj-KTM partnership will be further strengthened, as KTM is planning to manufacture its new low-cost twin-cylinder bikes in India.While the 490cc parallel-twin project has been abandoned, KTM has shifted focus to a new 690cc platform. It was earlier reported that the 690 platform will be manufactured by CFMoto in China. However, there has been a change in plans, with possibilities being explored for manufacturing the new 690 platform in India as well.Upcoming KTM Duke 390. Image – The Fat BikerKTM new 650cc twin-cylinder platform (made-in-India)KTM will be using the existing 790 Duke platform to develop the new 690 platform. It could also be a 650cc version. While the 490 platform was cancelled, the new 690 platform has a better chance to succeed from a business perspective.That’s because there’s growing demand in this segment, especially in markets like India. As of now, Royal Enfield 650 twins dominate this space with market share of more than 75%. Super Meteor 650 is also available and RE has plans to introduce more bikes in this segment.KTM ADVKTM is currently in discussions with Bajaj to chalk out the finer details of the proposed 690 platform. KTM-Bajaj will be working to finalize plans for the supply chain that will be needed for manufacturing the 690 bikes in India. KTM CEO Stefan Pierer has assured that the 690 platform will definitely happen over the next two years. The first 690 bike is likely to be a Duke. Later, KTM could also introduce other formats such as RC and Adventure.KTM 690 export plansKTM’s new 690 made in India bikes will also be sold overseas in countries like Nepal, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Australia. KTM-Bajaj partnership has already been successful in delivering top quality, all while minimizing production costs. The new 690 platform will enjoy the same set of benefits. With local manufacturing, enthusiasts can expect a more accessible price range. For reference, KTM 790 Duke (when available in India) was priced at Rs 8.64 lakh. Expect the 650cc KTMs to be priced in the Rs 5-6 lakh range.Affordable pricing will allow KTM to explore opportunities in price sensitive locations. Markets like Latin America can also be on the radar for made in India twin-cylinder KTM bikes. However, for European markets, KTM will continue to depend on CFMoto for production of its low-cost parallel twin models.KTM 650cc Duke, RC, ADV bikes could generate around 80-100 hp of max power. It will depend on how scaled-down the new platform is, in comparison to the current 790 Duke. The latter churns out 105 PS and 86 Nm. KTM new 690 platform will be getting all the advanced equipment such as traction control, quickshifter+, motor slip regulation, Supermoto Mode, motorcycle stability control with cornering ABS and ride modes of Sport, Street and Rain.Source More
KTM 200 commanded 50 percent of domestic sales last month while the KTM 390 posted excellent sales growth in exportsKTM India Sales Jan 2023Current KTM India lineup includes the likes of Duke 125, RC 125, Duke 200, RC 200, Duke 250, ADV 250, Duke 390, RC 390 and ADV 390. Each of these models are produced at the Bajaj Auto Plant, both for domestic sales and exports to over 118 global markets. The company recently achieved a major milestone with its 1 millionth KTM rolling off production lines from the Bajaj Chakan plant in Pune.Sales of the company in the past month have been low in domestic markets. Sales dipped 9.55 percent YoY to 4,197 units in Jan 2023, down from 4,640 units sold in Jan 2022. MoM sales however, improved 26.61 percent from 3,315 units sales in Dec 2022.KTM Sales Jan 2023 – DomesticIt was the KTM 200 (Duke and RC) that topped sales charts with 2,118 units sold in the past month, down 11.68 percent from 2,398 units sold in Jan 2022. This model commands a 50.46 percent share down from 54.12 percent held in Dec 2022 when sales had stood at 1,794 units.Sales of the KTM 250 range also fell YoY by 4.33 percent to 1,170 units in Jan 2023 from 1,223 units sold in Jan 2022. It currently holds a 27.88 percent share. MoM sales grew by 19.27 percent from 981 units sold in Dec 2022.KTM Sales Jan 2023 – DomesticGood demand was experienced for the KTM 390 with 787 units sold last month, up 226.56 percent YoY over 241 units sold in Dec 2022. MoM sales also increased by 172.32 percent from 289 units sold in Dec 2022. This growth improved share percentage from 8.72 held in Dec 2022 to 18.75 percent in the past month. Sales of KTM 125 series dipped YoY by 84.32 percent and MoM by 51.39 percent to 122 units. There had been 778 units sold in Jan 2022 while in Dec 2022 sales in domestic markets stood at 251 units.KTM Sales Jan 2023 – ExportsKTM Exports on the other hand saw better results. Total exports grew to 6,982 units in Jan 2023 up 65.57 percent from 4,217 units shipped in Jan 2022. MoM growth was at 5.13 percent from 6,641 units sold in Dec 2022.In export markets it was the KTM 390 that saw the most demand. Sales improved 261.56 percent YoY to 4,364 units, up from 1,207 units sold in Jan 2022. This was a volume growth of 3,157 units. MoM growth was at 21.02 percent from 3,606 units sold in Dec 2022. Share improved to 62.50 percent in Jan 2023 from 54.30 percent held in Dec 2022. KTM 125 sales improved 175.83 percent MoM to 2,168 units while exports of the KTM 250 and 200 series dipped YoY and MoM to 408 units and 42 units respectively.KTM Sales Jan 2023 – ExportsTotal KTM Sales Jan 2023Taking total sales into account, it was a YoY growth of 26.22 percent to 11,179 units in Jan 2023 from 8,857 units sold in Jan 2022. MoM sales improved by 12.28 percent from 9,956 units sold in Dec 2022. Sales of KTM 390 series stood at 5,151 units, up 255.73 percent YoY and 32.25 percent MoM while KTM 125 series sales saw a 194.34 percent YoY and 120.83 percent MoM growth to 2,290 units in Jan 2023.KTM Sales Jan 2023 – TotalSales of the KTM 200 dipped YoY and MoM by 47.39 percent and 40.02 percent respectively to 2,160 units while KTM 250 total sales fell to 1,578 units in Jan 2023 down 37.50 percent over 2,525 units sold in Jan 2022. It was however a 10.89 percent MoM growth from 1,423 units sold in Dec 2022. More