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Hyosung GT650R Highlights
29th May, 2015: The renowned Korean motorcycle manufacturer offers its three power-packed machines under Hyosung GT nameplate viz. Hyosung GT650R, GT250R and GT650N. The former two are built on a mid-weight sport bike platform while the latter one is an entry-level performance bike. The machines come with hydraulic disc brakes, inverted front forks and a stunning body design, due to which they received a quite overwhelming response in the country. Hyosung GT650 is available at the dealerships in two attractive colors in following two attractive colors: Titanium White and Titanium Black. On the other side, its younger sibling, Hyosung GT250R receives three interesting colours which are White, Red and Black. The bikes compete strongly against leading players of Kawasaki and Yamaha in their respective segments.
GT650R Price List (Variants)
|GT650R 65025 kmpl, 647cc DISCONTINUED|
|GT650R 650N18 Kmpl, 647 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.3,87,159|
|GT650R 650R18 Kmpl, 647 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.4,79,000|
|GT650R STD18 kmpl, 647 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.5,81,711|
Hyosung GT650R Mileage and Performance
|ARAI Mileage||18 kmpl|
|Max Speed||210 kmph|
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Hyosung GT range comprises of three models, Hyosung GT650R, GT 650N and GT250R. As conveyed from their suffix, the letters ‘R’ and ‘N’ refers to Racing and Naked respectively. The Korean giant has given a reliable option to the Indian buyers in the form of these motorcycles and has succeeded quite well in holding a grip in the vast Indian two-wheeler market.
Hyosung GT650R and GT650N come with a 647cc, 90 degree, V-twin, liquid-cooled motor that is linked to a six-speed gearbox. The engine generates a maximum power of 72.68bhp at 9,000rpm with a net torque of 60.9Nm at 7,500rpm. The other bike Hyosung GT250R has a 249cc, four-stroke, 8-valve, V-twin, oil-cooled mill that comes mated to a five-speed gearbox. It generates a maximum power of 28bhp at 10,000rpm with a peak torque of 22.07Nm at 8,000rpm.
Hyosung GT650R moves on 120/60 17-55W front and 160/60 17-69W rear tubeless tyres that are mounted over stylish black alloy wheels. The braking is done via dual 300mm front and a single 230mm rear hydraulic disc brakes. The suspension tasks are looked after by inverted telescopic forks at the front and hydraulic monoshock at the rear end.
The front profile has a stylish twin headlamp section that enhances the appearance of the bike. A neatly designed fuel tank stores 17 liters of fuel and offers a good riding posture. Hyosung GT650R sports a comfortable step-up seat that makes even longer rides stress free. The tail end of the bike receives a full LED unit and a black-coloured split rear grab rail. With body dimensions of 2,095mm x 700mm x 1,135mm (LxWxH), Hyosung GT650R has a commendable stance. It has a wheelbase and minimum ground clearance of 1,445mm and 130mm respectively that gives it good handling and stability. The total weight of the bike is 215kg that makes it a perfect middleweight sporty motorcycle.
Design and Features
Hyosung GT650R comes wrapped in an aggressive supersport livery that makes it look like a high-end premium motorcycle. The front profile was facelifted once after its launch and now features a stylish headlamp section integrated with two powerful headlights. A clear front visor looks decent and protects the rider from wind blasts. The full front fairing and a chiseled fuel tank looks magnificent and makes the bike score well in visuals. The bike has a sporty and split seat that is well-cushioned and feels comfortable. The rear end of the bike receives a majestic full LED tail lamp that further enhances its appeal. The black-coloured split rear grab rail also look sporty and intensifies the bike’s aggressive character.
Hyosung GT650R comes with the body dimensions of 2,095mm x 700mm x 1,135mm (LxWxH) and has a wheelbase of 1,445mm that offers a good handling. Besides this, a minimum ground clearance of 130mm gives a respectable stability around the corners due to low centre of gravity and mass centralization. The bike has a massive fuel tank that can hold 17 liters of fuel. The instrumentation is done intelligently that includes a digital speedometer, twin tripmeters, fuel gauge and an analogue tachometer.
Engine and Performance
Hyosung GT range comprises of three bikes with two different engines. Hyosung GT 650R and GT 650N are powered by a 647cc, four-stroke, DOHC, 8-Valve, 90 degree, V-Twin, liquid-cooled engine that comes mated to a six-speed transmission system. The mill generates a peak power of 72.68bhp at 9,000rpm with a net torque of 60.9Nm at 7,500rpm. On the other hand, the baby GT250R gets its power from a 249cc, four-stroke, DOHC, 8-Valve, V-Twin, Oil-cooled engine that has been paired with a five-speed gearbox. It develops a supreme power of 28bhp at 10,000rpm with a maximum torque of 22.07Nm at 8,000rpm. Both machines have been installed with an electronic fuel injection system that offers a crisp throttle response with an uninterrupted power delivery.
Braking and Handling
Hyosung GT 650 runs on 120/60 17-55W front and 160/60 17-69W rear tubeless tyres equipped with robust black alloy wheels. The braking system comprises of dual 300mm hydraulic disc brakes at the front and 230mm single hydraulic disc brake at the rear. To offer a smooth and stress free ride, the bike comes with inverted telescopic forks at the front and Progressive Linkage Hydraulic Mono-shock absorber at the rear end.
Safety and Features
Hyosung GT range comes with high-performance hydraulic disc brakes at both ends that ensures enough stopping power to avoid any mishap in case of an emergency. The bikes have a maintenance free battery that cuts down on maintenance costs. The bike gets powerful headlamps that projects a steady beam of light even in low rpm conditions and brightens up the road well in dark. The twin rear view mirrors keeps the rider observant of approaching traffic and hence, prove to be helpful.