The 2013 Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro follows on the footsteps of the first 250cc Aquila that was launched 10 years ago.
Needless to say that the new Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro is a huge evolution over the previous model whether we are talking about power, performance or design.
Developed as a comfortable sports cruiser, the Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro has all it needs to be considered an attractive motorcycle. It offers impressive performance, great handling and a terrific design language.
At its heart lies a 647 cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, 8-valve, 90° V-twin engine which is married to a constant mesh 5-speed gear box.
To be able to deal great with a wide range of road types, the Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro is equipped with modern upside-down forks, a preload adjustable hydraulic double shock absorber and a wide rear tyre.
Hit the jump for more information on the Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro.
The Hyosung GT650 is a modern naked motorcycle that inspires confidence and power with its aggressive design language.
Compared to the GT650R the GT650 has a more serene character being better suited for everyday riding. Therefore it comes with minimal bodywork and a less aggressive riding position.
At the heart of the motorcycle sits a liquid cooled, DOHC, 8-valve, 90° V-twin, EFI engine with a displacement of 647cc. The engine sends its power to the ground though a six speed constant mesh transmission with wet, multiplate clutch.
The engine is housed by a dual lateral oval bar frame which is especially designed to remove weight and provide superb cornering ability.
The ride’s comfort is kept in check by adjustable upside down forks and a rear shock.
The 2013 Hyosung GT650 can be yours for no less than $5,699.
Hit the jump for more information on the Hyosung GT650.
The Hyosung GT250 is the softer version of the GT250R model. This motorcycle is created for those who like the sporty character of the GT250R but want a more practical machine, better suited for everyday riding.
Needles to say that the GT250R keeps the same precise handling and fast acceleration as its rebel sibling and it is powered by the same air/oil, cooled DOHC, 8-valve, 75° V-twin, EFI engine with a displacement of 249cc. The engine is linked to a constant mesh 5-speed transmission which offers a perfect compromise between sporty performances and efficiency. Talking about performance and efficiency it is worthy of being mentioned that the Hyosung GT250 has a top speed of 94 MPH before redlining, and scores a fuel consumption of 78 MPG.
The GT250 comes with an all-new sport headlight and instrument cluster, a GT250R-inspired LED tail lamp, minimal bodywork, low handlebars and a narrow and higher seat.
Hit the jump for more information o the Hyosung GT250.
Fast, agile and aerodynamic, the Hyosung GT650R is a sport motorcycle developed for those who love high speeds and adrenaline.
This unchained beast is propelled by a 647 cc liquid cooled, DOHC, 8-valve 90°; V-twin engine which is kept in leash by a six speed constant mesh transmission. The engine features electronic fuel injection and its fuel consumption is rated at 67MPG.
The motorcycle’s backbone is an oval tube frame that was carefully forged to be a perfect match for the strong 647 cc unit. The frame is combined with sporty suspensions that consist of a front upside down telescopic fork (compression, rebound damping adjustable) and a rear swing arm with Progressive linkage hydraulic mono shock absorber (Preload adjustable). The stopping power is handled by front and rear disc brakes.
The Hyosung GT650R is offered with a starting price of $6,399.
Hit the jump for more information on the Hyosung GT650R.
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.
Meet the 2013 Hyosung ST7 Deluxe - a luxurious cruiser packed with a comprehensive list of modern technologies.
The ST7 Deluxe is based on the standard ST7 and features a series of unique features that give it a pretty unique character. Among them you’ll find a tall windscreen, floorboards, a heel/toe shifter and saddlebags.
The motorcycle was also built with comfort and ergonomy in mind. Therefore, once board you are welcomed by a spacious saddle, lean back handlebars and a modern instrument cluster.
The Hyosung ST7 Deluxe is powered by a liquid cooled, DOHC, 8-valve, 90° V-twin engine with a displacement of 678.2cc. The engine is fed by a 4.5 gallons fuel tank and its power is kept in leash by a five speed constant mesh transmission.
The Hyosung ST7 Deluxe is offered with a starting price of $8,999.
Hit the jump for more information on the Hyosung ST7 Deluxe.
The 2013 Hyosung GV650 is a fairly handsome cruiser designed with comfort and practicality in mind. It features a low seat height paired with a classic tear drop tank and a leaned back handlebar. Needless to say that the riding position is pretty relaxed being perfectly suited for long journeys.
The 2013 Hyosung GV650 is built around a liquid cooled DOHC 8-valve, 90° V-twin engine that has a total displacement of 678.2cc. The liquid cooled engine generates more than enough low and mid-range torque to help you deal effortless with the open road and all its power is kept under control by a five speed constant mesh transmission. The average fuel consumption is also pretty good being rated at 57 MPG.
A far as prices are concerned, the 2013 Hyosung GV650 can be yours for no less than $7,299.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Hyosung GV650.
Wrapped in a classic skin the 2013 Hyosung GV250 is a compact, tough and comfortable cruiser that comes at a pretty affordable price - $3,999.
This timeless cruiser is powered by an Air / Oil cooled DOHC, EFI, 8-valve, 75° V-twin engine with a displacement of displacement of 249cc. The engine is linked to a five speeds constant mesh transmission that offers an average fuel consumption of 80 mpg. Apart from being efficient, the fuel injected engine feels pretty lively on the open road rewarding you with a hassle free riding experience. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the The 250cc v-twin includes roller bearing cam shafts, 2 piece spring dampened bevel primary drive gears and dual squelch combustion chamber.
The motorcycle rides on a set of relatively big front 110/90 -16 and rear 150/80 -15 tyres.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Hyosung GV250.
It’s been 30 years since Hyosung was founded in South Korea. Here’s some info on the 30th anniversary edition of the GV 650 Aquila, which will on show at the NEC later this week. In South Korea, the Hyosung Motor Company was incorporated back in 1978. It didn’t make too many headlines, but today and almost 30 years on, the Hyosung GV650 Anniversary model commemorates the start of the company back in the 70s. It’s one of Hyosung’s best-selling models, combining laid back, contemporary cruiser (...) More
It is the real crystal of science that represents a motorcycle technology of this age by a machine designed on the basis of high feedback and perfect control performance in order to react and accommodate riders’ ideas and feeling in the most sensitive way.