Hyosung launched another sports model from the prestigious GT series. As we all know that Hyosung engineers are working hard at their manufacturing plants to produce the top class model to contend with high-end existing models. As a result, few models had debuted and showed its stamina through decent sales. So, in order to delight the customers especially youngsters, the ‘GT250R’ has made its stance in the auto market to prove itself.
We had already seen the GT650R sales which were a decent figure in the recent times and that too from the Korean Industry. In order to make it a standout model in the segment the bike maker made GT250R very elegantly, to make the drives memories but into moments. The bike, on the other hand, grunts decent output to sprint the bike. The GT250R is the big boon to the youngsters who admires for plusher looking sports model with incomparable performance.
Hyosung GT250R gets offered in elegant paint schemes like;
The Hyosung GT 250R give pure & honest rides for the raging riders. The bike propels a 249cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled mill that pumps out a tremendous power of 28 bhp @ 10,000rpm along with a peak torque of 22.07Nm @ 8,000rpm, which enable decent rides that are enough for the Indian men.
The 5-speed gearbox works well to transmit the grunt power to the rear wheel and also offers easy gear shift pattern of 1-gear down & 4-gears up. The drives of both the rider & pillion will be delighted for the commendable power delivery and throttle response. Hence The rider gets facilitated with the churned output and duly working engine configurations.
The bike runs on a 110/70 -17 54h front and 150/70 -17 69h rear tubeless tyres wrapped to black alloy wheels. The tyres give enormous grip on all surfaces and hence the there is no chance of skidding of the bike even in wet road conditions.
In order to ensure better power to stop the bike, it gets equipped with a 300mm dual hydraulic disc brakes at the front and 230mm single hydraulic disc brake at the rear, that works in accordance with the rider.
To guarantee stress-free journeys to both the biker & pillion the GT250R gets equipped with the inverted telescopic forks at the front and Progressive Linkage Hydraulic Mono-shock absorber at the rear end. Hence the rider & pillion will not be going to experience any disturbances and bumps on roads much. The driving ergonomics of the bike is good and easy for the rider to handle and drive the bike consciously.
DESIGN & STYLING
The Hyosung GT250R boasts contemporary design elements to give Porsche look to the bike. The bike maker crafted the bike decently to give perfect appearance on the road. The headlamp section with two bright headlights give better vision on dark roads and appears to be stylish as well. In order to save the rider from the opposing wind, the clear visor at the front elevates the riding conditions of the biker.
The 17-liters sturdy fuel tank gives muscular stance to bike, and hence give the premium and prominent stance to the bike. The biker & pillion gets pleasure from the comfortable drives possible with the nicely cushioned split seat, which will not make you stressed on long drives. While the rear gets a LED tail lamp unit, that adds the lavish touch to the bike. The split rear grab rail receives a black paint scheme, which appears to be neat and clean.
Coming to the instrument console of the bike, it gets a digital speedometer, twin trip meters, fuel gauge and an analog tachometer to acknowledge the biker with significant info of the bike depending on the situation.
IS IT BEST?
The Hyosung GT250R is launched with a bang and I believe that this joy will be continued for the bike maker through sales. The bike will not disappoint you and also reaches your expectations. Nothing much to say, but the performance, aesthetic design philosophy and enough features and specs surely be a considerable model at times. You can go with the GT250R if you are ready to spare INR 3.02 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi), which was the little bit overpriced but you’ll get justified for every penny spent on.
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