Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Hyosung GT250R gets minor changes

Hyosung took covers off from its latest sensation GT250R in the American bike arena with a few notable changes. The changes are prominent and very much alike exhibited by one of its siblings and lately revealed, GT650R. Hyosung Bikes cater to the bike enthusiasts with the in-house technology they are built on. Such technically sound motorcycles are the guarantee of top performance and agility and the fresh GT250R displays the same characteristics.
Hyosung GT250R
Hyosung GT250R is blessed with an eight-valve, DOHC, V-twin, four stroke engine with the displacement of 249 cc. The liquid-cooled engine dishes out a meaty power out put of 27.61 bhp at 10000 rpm and the peak torque out put this engine cranks off is 22.07 Nm at 8000 rpm. Hyosung has mated this engine with a five-speed manual gearbox with one down and four up gear shift pattern. In terms of mileage, the latest GT250R delivers a little low fuel-efficiency with the 25 km/l on city roads while on a highway it gets slightly up by 30 km/l. Hyosung GT250R Features a robust suspension system with the front 41 mm inverted forks while the gas filled mono-shock absorbers at the back to adduce you a ride with a great luxury. In terms of speed, the new GT250R is wonderful and claims a fiery acceleration with 140 km/h and it covers 0-60 km/h in just 6 seconds. Hyosung has also taken care of the safety measures in GT250R. It has enabled the front brake with 300 mm twin discs whereas 230 mm disc at the rear to ensure you to have a pleasant journey. Hyosung GT250R Price has been laid much higher. It falls between the extravagant and outrageous price bracket of Rs. 2,75,000* (Ex-showroom Delhi). This is one of the shortcomings of the bike.
Hyosung GT250R
Hyosung GT250R Pictures a full-fairing bike and inherits most of its styling cues from its elder sibling GT650R. The full size bike looks aggressive with its muscular design. It is crafted with a kind of expertise which add more to its sporty nature. The vertically aligned twin projector lamps shape the headlight of the bike which makes it look sharp and edgy. The facelift which is done very brilliantly, is one of the latest features. There are three notable shades in which the bike has appeared; Red-Black, White-Red and Silver-Red to make you roll your eyeballs. Overall, a feature- rich bike with a high-priced tag.
Recently, world's biggest bike manufacturer Bajaj is going to be launched Pulsar 375 in the coming year, displays the same characteristics for which Bajaj is well-known. 

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