The Hyosung ST7 was the one of first motorcycles to be launched in India after the Korean manufacturer re-entered the Indian market in 2011. The ST7 is styled along the lines of old-school cruisers and is available with a host of accessories after local assembly at the joint facility with DSK Motors at Wai.
Hyosung ST7 Overview : The Hyosung ST7 gets a 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. These, combined with the comfortable seats, a massive 17-litre guel tank, floorboard and a heel-toe shifter make the ST7 suitable for long distance cruising.
Hyosung ST7 Specifications : The Korean manufacturer launched an old-school cruiser Christened as Hyosung ST7, which is propelled by 678 cc, liquid-cooled, 90° V-twin engine that churns out a peak power of 57.66bhp at 8000 RPM with a maximum torque of 57 Nm at 6000 RPM. Besides this, it is configured with a five-speed transmission and wet multiplate clutch assembly to belt drive the rear wheels.
Hyosung ST7 Mileage : The bike may return a fuel efficiency of around 12-14km/ltr in city conditions while these figures may increase by 3km/ltr on highways.
Hyosung ST7 Top Speed : The bike manages to do 0-100km/hr in less than 7 seconds but to do so you have to use its throttle effectively. Apart from negligible vibrations, there are no issues with this engine. The bike cruises really smooth around 130-140km/hr and can go all the way to 176km/hr.
Hyosung ST7 Competitors : This bike will have direct competition with globally famous Harley Davidson in India.
Hyosung ST7 Colors & Shades : The Hyosung ST7 is available in three paint schemes- red, black and white.
Hyosung ST7 Price : Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) Rs 5.99 lakh and On-Road Price (Delhi) Rs 6.65 lakh (approx.).