A day back, Garware Motors has very silently and softly brought out a new and limited version of GT650N. Since it is a limited and edited version of the bike, this model will be available for just a limited time only. However, the model has been already put on show in Pune, Kolkata, and Bangalore. This edited version has been named as Hyosung GT650N LE, with LE standing for “Limited Edition”. It has received some make-up from its makers. The revitalized model will be available in just one color, black, though this only color has given the mobike a super hot look. What increases the temperature is the red-colored tubular frame.
Also helping are the minute details that have been added to the tail and the tank. The new red-colored pin-stripes add more to the appeal of the bike. These small cosmetic changes have given magnificent looks to the model. The price is no less deceiving! It comes at Rs. 10,000 more than the regular model, which makes it zoom to Rs. 4.61 lacs as its on-road price as in Pune. Not limiting itself to this limited version, Garware Motors will soon be launching GT250R too. The launch is expected by around 6th of June this year. We also expect accessories for two of other models by the same company, GT650R and GT650N, both of which are superbikes in middle weight segment.
Most awaited are the performance exhausts for these bikes. For a gentle and quick reminder of these models, Hyosung GT650N has a powerful 647 cc, 90 degree, V-twin engine, churning out a maximum power of 72 BHP at 9000 RPM. The peak torque output settles at 60.9 Nm at 7500 RPM. The machine has got a 6-speed manual gearbox which remained liquid-cooled. The other one, GT650N scales to 208 kg, speeding to 100km/hour in less than 6 seconds. It can vroom to a top speed of 210 km/h at a comparatively minimal price of Rs. 4.51 lacs (on-road, Pune).