Hyosung plans to launch GV650 & GV250 cruiser motorcycle in 2012

Garware Motors is going a step further with the launch of two new motorcycles, Hyosung GT 250R and Hyosung GT250N in May 2012. The company initially planned to launch these vehicles in March 2012, but changed their decision to see if the government will be proposing any changes in the budget session. Garware Motors will be launching more vehicles this year apart from Hyosung GT250R and Hyosung GT250N. Garware Motors will also launch cruise model vehicles. They have plans to launch Hyosung GV250, Hyosung GV650 by the May 2012. They would be launching Hyosung GV650 initially into the Indian market. Hyosung GV650 will have 647cc, V-twin and liquid-cooled engine. Hyosung GV650 has fuel injected engine which has the capacity if producing 70bhp power and 60Nm torque.

Hyosung GV650

Hyosung GV650 engine is mated to 5-speed gearbox. This cruise bike is fitted with upside down telescopic forks in the front and twin shock at the rear end. Special attention is given to the breaking system of this high-powered cruise vehicle. Hyosung GV650 is fitted with 300-mm disc brakes on the front and at the rear end it has 270-mm disc. Hyosung GV650 weighs 230kg.  Hyosung GV650, also to be known as Aquila Pro, might be well priced in the region of Rs 475,000 to Rs 500,000 (ex-showroom).

After the launch of Hyosung GV650, Garware plans to launch the smaller capacity GV250 post July 2012. Hyosung GV250 will be gifted with a power of 249cc with air- and oil-cooled, fuel-injected engine. Hyosung GV250 will have the capacity of producing 25bhp at 10,000RPM, with a torque of 22Nm at 7500RPM.  Hyosung GV250 was sold in Indian bike market earlier in the name of Kinetic Aquila. The engine of Hyosung GV250 is mated with 5-speed gearbox. The tank capacity of this vehicle is 16 liters and weighs around 170 kg. Hyosung GV250 will be priced at Rs. 1.8 lakhs [Ex- Showroom- New Delhi. The vehicles will be assembled in India at Garware Motors facility at Wai, Pune. The parts of this vehicle will be imported from South Korea and will be assembled using CKD kits.


Also see – Hyosung GT 250R to hit Indian shores soon

Hyosung to launch 250cc-400cc bikes in India by 2012


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