Tuesday, April 26, 2011

An Exciting Entry to the 250 cc Segment: The Hyosung GT250R

I came to look at the Hyosung 250R as a stylish a sleek as well as an above average performer in the 250cc category of motorbikes. The bike was released in India’s market in April 21st this year. The bike drew great waves from the bike lovers as well as bike riders. This is a great kind of bike that I realized to be one that gathered great attention from many people who did all they could to acquire it. The bike is a great rival to many 250cc bikes.

Great War for the Kawasaki Ninja

As I evidently realized, the Kawasaki ninja is the 250cc motor bike that is dominating in this Indian bike market. When the Hyosung GT250R was launched into the market, people really expected it to bring competition and from my keen observations I have come to realize that this is happening. The competition is turning to be healthy and the leader in the market will be determined soon after the 2 companies release they market reports. The whole war is on due to the close similarities of the bikes when it comes to the specifications.

The Hyosung GT250R comes with a V2 four stroke engine that generates 10.500 rpm and 8,500 rpm of power and torque respectively. The acceleration is also massive and is attributed by a remarkable 5 speed transmission. On the other hand, the Ninja might at long last win the war since the Hyosung goes for a greater price.


For a brilliantly performing bike, style and class should as well be incorporated. The style and the classy look that the bike brings forth will definitely couple with the great performance brought out by the bike. The colors which you will find with the GT250R bike are; red, black, white as well as silver. With the Hyosung, you will never run short of the aesthetics. When you first look at the motorbike, you will fall in love with it if you are a motorbike lover. This will be the first step that will lead you into wanting to purchase the bike where you will later own it.

Additional features

Launch – April 2011

Price – Rs. 2.25 to 3 lakh

Power – 250cc, V2 four stroke, 27.00 HP (19.7 kW)) @ 10500 RPM

Tank Capacity – 14L

Brakes – Double disc front, single disc rear

Suspension – Upside down Telescopic fork front, Swing arm rear

Tires – 14,355 mm

Features – 5-speed, oil and air cooling system, 22.69 Nm (2.3 kgf-m or 16.7 ft.lbs) @ 8000 RPM torque

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