11+ User Votes to help you find the best Hyosung Bikes in India. Hyosung first made its entry into the Indian market in 2004 with a Kinatic Badge bikes of Aquila 250 and Comet 250, which were both quite popular but they exited the Indian market and later came as DSK Hyosung in 2012. It is a merger between South Korean company and DSK. They want to capitalize on India’s growing super bikes market. There portfolio of bikes are for people who aspire to own a superbike but cant afford it. These Bikes are loaded with power and features but are not that expensive in comparison to others. Currently DSK Hyosung is selling six bikes in India. They have also set up huge network of dealers all over India.
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Here is the list of Hyosung Bikes
Hyosung Aquila GV250 – The latest entrant from Hyosung is its quarter liter cruiser Aquila GV250 It was launched at Auto expo 2014 in India. It is quite a eye catching bike from Hyosung. The handle bar is low which makes it a very comfortable motorcycle to ride for long distances and together with one round big headlamp. Hyosung Aquila GV250 is powered by 250cc, oil-cooled, V-Twin fuel injected engine. It produces 26BHP power at 9500rpm and 21Nm torque at 7.500rpm. It is priced at Rs 2,91,000 ex show room Price.
Hyosung GT650R – As we have said it earlier both these bike GT250R and GT650R are identical looking bikes the difference is its engine capacity. GT650R comes with a four-stroke, 647cc, liquid-cooled, V-twin engine that produces 72.6bhp of power at 9000rpm, with torque of 6.2kgm at 7500rpm. The power produce may look adequate but in real world the bike lacks throttle response. The bike got its full makeover in 2013 as now it comes with sharper looking front, LED tail lights and refreshed instruments console, including a digital speedometer and bold analogue tachometer. It is priced at Rs 5,09,000 ex showroom Mumbai.
Hyosung Aquila Pro650 – Aquila Pro650 is the big brother of GV250 but there is not many similarities between them. Pro650 is a beautiful looking cruiser which has enough of chrome has got swept back handlebars which gives the rider an upright seating position overall styling of the bike is quite oldschool. It comes with a 650cc 8-valve engine that produces 74bhp of power and 62Nm of torque. It is belt driven and gets a five-speed gearbox. The cruiser is priced at Rs 5,63,000 ex showroom Mumbai.
Hyosung GT250R – GT250R is a typical racing bike which is an identical looking bike to its big brother GT650R. It compete with the likes of CBR250R and Ninja 250R as you compare these bikes the first thing you would notice that Hyosung is slightly bigger then the rest. It comes with dual disc brakes in front, inverted front forks, projector headlamps and an LED taillight which its competitors lacks. It is powered by a 250cc 75 degree V-twin engine which produces 28bhp of power and 22Nm of torque. The oil-cooled DOHC engine gets electronic fuel injection and is mated to a five-speed gearbox with a wet multiplate clutch. The bike is price at Rs 3,02,000 ex showroom Mumbai.
Hyosung ST7 – ST7 is a total old school cruiser and is the most expensive offering from Hyosung in India. The Hyosung ST7 is equipped with features like swept-back design, massive fenders, a huge fuel tank, loads of chrome, a simple round headlamp and step-up seats. The ST7 can also be equipped with accessories like a tall windscreen, saddlebags and a backrest for the pillion rider. It comes with a 678cc 4-stroke, DOHC, 8 valve, 90-degree V-twin, Liquid Cooled engine which is all set to unleash its 57.66 BHP of power and 57 Nm of torque. The cruiser is priced at Rs 6,27,000 ex showroom Mumbai.
Hyosung GT650N – The only naked sportsbike from Hyosung in India is GT650N. The street fighter headlamps are inspired by MV Agusta. the bike comes in two tone half is black and the rest of the color can be of your choice. It comes with feature like an analogue-digital speedometer, twin trip meters, shift light and low fuel indicator. It runs on a 647cc two-cylinder engine that produces 73bhp of power and 61Nm of torque and sends power to the rear wheel via a six-speed sequential gearbox via a chain drive. It is priced at Rs 4,12,000 ex showroom Mumbai.