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2013 Hyosung GT250R

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The Hyosung 2013 GTR250R was launched in 2005 and since has received a series of upgrades which help it remain on the same line with its rivals.

In terms of design , the 2013 Hyosung GTR250R features an aerodynamic fairing combined with a sporty windscreen and a sharp fuel tank.

At its heart lies an Air / Oil cooled, DOHC 8 valve, 75° V-twin engine with a displacement of 249 cc. The engine is kept in check by a five speed constant mesh transmission that offers an average fuel consumption of 78 MPG.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the 2013 Hyosung GT250R is equipped with a front upside down telescopic fork and a rear swing arm with Progressive linkage Hydraulic Mono shock absorber (Preload adjustable).

The 2013 Hyosung GT250R is offered with a starting price of $ 4,299.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Hyosung GT250R.

Overview

Hyosung GT250R

Looking for that real sportbike feel in a first-time bike, Look no further than the GT250R. The aerodynamically stunning, race-inspired GT250R features an air/oil cooled V-twin high output DOHC 8 valve engine, race tuned suspension, inverted forks and a gas charged shock absorber that make riding a blast. And when it comes to creature comforts, the GT250R boasts features not usually seen on motorcycles with a bigger price tag, a brightness-adjusted digital display and fuel gauge, three-position adjustable rearsets, reach-adjustable front brake lever, soft seat, dual front disc brakes and the look and feel of a bigger displacement bike. With electronic fuel injection and outstanding fuel economy, the GT250R is the most proficient sporting machine in the 250CC sportbike class.

There are plenty of 250s on the market, but the majority are undersized and underpowered. Not the GT250R. It has the same dimensions as its 650cc sibling, so it feels like a full size sports bike, and its all wrapped in a slick aerodynamic fairing with racy clip-on handlebars.

The aerodynamically stunning, race-inspired GT250R features an air/oil cooled V-twin high output DOHC 8 valve engine, race tuned suspension, inverted forks and a gas charged shock absorber that make riding a blast. And when it comes to creature comforts, the GT250R boasts features usually seen on motorcycles with a bigger price tag — a brightness-adjusted digital display and fuel gauge, threeposition adjustable rearsets, reach-adjustable front brake lever, soft seat, dual front disc brakes and the look and feel of a bigger displacement bike. With electronic fuel injection and outstanding fuel economy, the GT250R is the most proficient sporting machine in the 250CC sportbike class.

Features

Hyosung GT250R
  • Aluminum exhaust canister and stainless 2 into 1 exhaust for maximum power and torque.
  • Features 43mm inverted forks and front dual disc brakes.
  • 75° v-twin engine that delivers low and mid-range torque and makes this a very spirited 250 as well as being smooth

Specifications

Hyosung GT250R
Engine TypeAir / Oil cooled DOHC 8-valve 75° V-twin
Displacement249cc
Bore x Stroke57 x 48.8
Compression Ratio10.2 : 1
Fuel SystemFuel injection
LubricationWet sump
TransmissionGear Constant mesh 5-speed
Final DriveChain
Chassis Overall Length82.28 inches
Overall Height44.49 inches
Overall Width27.56 inches
Whelel Base56.5 inches
Seat Height32.68 inches
Brake Front300Ø Semi floating double discs, 2 pistons calipers
Brake Rear230Ø Single disc, 2 pistons caliper
Suspension Front41Ø Upside down Telescopic
Suspension RearSwing arm with Progressive linkage Hydraulic Mono shock absorber (Preload adjustable)
TireFront: 110/70 -17 / Rear: 150/70 -17
Fuel Tank Capacity4.5gal
Curb Weight416lbs
MPG78MPG
Price$4,299
Hyosung GT250R
Hyosung GT250R
Hyosung GT250R
Hyosung GT250R
Hyosung GT250R


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