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2022 KTM MX MODELS: PRICES CONFIRMED

3 weeks ago | Words: Andy Wigan | Photos: KTM Motorcycles

A couple of months back, when we got our first look at KTM’s 2022-model MX models, their pricing remained TBA. But now, as these refined machines are starting to hit dealer floors across both Australia and New Zealand, KTM Australia has confirmed their pricing.

As KTM’s RRP table below confirms, the 2022 MX models see an increase of between $510 and $575, depending on the capacity, while the five 2022 cross-country models are up $565 to $610 on their predecessors. Meantime, the RRPs on KTM’s 2022 Mini range increase by between $185 and $300.

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