This week, we have come with another masterpiece (not) from our neighbouring country Pakistan that will leave you in shock. The bike in question is the Sigma Rokk 200 and it takes copying to a whole new level. Taking the first look at this motorcycle will instantly reveal that this one is a copy of KTM Duke 200 naked streetfighter that is quite popular in India. The Sigma Rokk 200 is inspired (too seriously) from the KTM that clearly reflects in its styling and design. While the Sigma Rokk 200 may heavily look like the KTM Duke 200, it is nowhere near to it when it comes to technology. The Pakistani bike ditches the inverted forks that come on the KTM Duke 200 and employs conventional telescopic units up front in order to keep the cost in check. Also, one can clearly see in the images that the build quality of Rokk 200 is not even close to the KTM. Despite the fact that the Sigma Rokk 200 looks a lot like the KTM Duke 200, there are still a lot of differences in both that takes the former away from the latter in terms of class.
As usual, the company's official website is too shy to show much information of the motorcycle and even the power and torque figures are not mentioned. The only thing we can see about the engine is that it is a 200cc mill with an air-cooled configuration, opposed to the much advanced liquid-cooled motor of the KTM.
The only way how the company is promoting this motorcycle is claiming that it has a 'good sound' along with an 'attractive colour with beautiful road presence'. Beautiful presence!! What the hell does it even mean? Furthermore, the Sigma Rokk 200 has 'elegant lights' as claimed on the website and this shows that the company's website is full of unnecessary emotions.
Sigma Motorsports is promoting green colour as one of the prime colour options for the Sigma Rokk 200 and there is no denying the fact that the bike looks terrible in the said shade. What's worse are the red alloy wheels that make the combination look even more ghastly. In fact, if anyone around you is thinking to get their KTM Duke 200 painted in green, this is the perfect example of why you should not.
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The funny part again is the warranty. The company offers a warranty of just 1500 km on the Sigma Rokk 200 which means in case, you are brave enough to take this motorcycle on a road trip from Delhi to Leh, the warranty would have lapsed by the time you will return. The Sigma Rokk 200 is up for sale in Pakistan at a price of PKR 2,50,000 that translates to Rs 1.41 lakh.