Numerous Indian purchasers’ hopes of having class-leading performance but being on a cheap price were realised thanks to the 200cc Duke. It had an impressive pricing when it was first released, but now that bigger bikes are available for less money, it feels more pricey.
It even makes a great blank canvas for design and colour changes because vibrant colours fit its general personality. Gears & Fillets has altered the one you see here.
The entire body is finished in glass orange up to the back seat panels, with the exception of the front, which has a grey highlight on the headlight fairing and tank shrouds. Since painting the wheels orange would have required too much shade, they were left in their natural state of blackness.
Gears & Fillets employed adjustable levers on the clutch and brake sides, and completed the front forks in the same shade of orange as the body panels. The motorcycle has a stunning appearance and may now draw attention thanks to its glossy finish.