18th December, 2015: Hyosung GT 250R is a sporty quarter liter motorcycle introduced by the Korean manufacturer few years back. The bike comes powered by a 249cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine that puts out 28bhp of power and 22.07Nm of torque. Furthermore, the bike gets inverted telescopic forks and hydraulic disc brakes as some interesting elements. The bike is available at the dealerships at a price of Rs. 3.02 lac (ex-showroom, Delhi) in three attractive colours: White, red and Black. Hyosung GT 250R lock it horns against Kawasaki Ninja 300 and upcoming Yamaha R25.
|On Road||` 3,44,540|
|Variants||Mileage||Top Speed||Engine Description||Power|
|Hyosung Gt 250r||27 Kmpl||140 Kmph||4 Stroke, DOHC 8 Valve, 75 Degrees, V-Twin, Oil Cooled||28 bhp @ 10000 rpm|
The renowned Korean motorcycle manufacturer - Hyosung offers its three products in it GT line-up in India that comprises of Hyosung GT650R, 650N and 250R. Out of these, as the name suggests, Hyosung GT250R is the smallest motorcycle in terms of power that comes with a well-defined purpose of serving its buyers with some real motorcycling experience. The bike made its appearance few years back in the Indian market and has become quite popular due to its sporty body design and appeal.
Hyosung GT250R is powered by a 249cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled engine that generates a maximum power of 28bhp at 10,000rpm along with a net torque of 22.07Nm at 8,000rpm. The mill comes paired with a five-speed transmission and uses wet multiplate clutch setup. The bike runs on 110/70 -17 54h front and 150/70 -17 69h rear tyres that offer a superior grip on any surface. The suspension tasks are handled impressively by inverted telescopic forks at the front and spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. Hyosung GT250R comes to a standstill with the help of dual 300mm hydraulic disc brakes upfront and a single 230mm hydraulic disc brake fitted at the rear.
The engineers at the company’s facility have taken a lot of quality time for crafting the bike in their best possible way. The fruitfulness of their efforts is clearly visible in the bike’s body dynamics and indispensable appearance. The front fascia receives a sporty headlamp unit integrated with a projector light. The full fairing of the bike dresses it up well in a sporty costume. The fuel tank is designed to meet perfection and give a comfortable riding posture to the rider. The sporty split seat gives comfort even on the longest of journeys, that gives an extra inch of benefit to the rider. The rear end has a stylish full LED tail lamp that look really magnificent along with the big and bold exhaust setup.
Hyosung GT250R has the following body dimensions: 2,090mm x 700mm x 1,130mm (LxWxH) that give it an unavoidable public appearance. A wheelbase and minimum ground clearance of 1,435mm and 130mm respectively offers a good handling and stability to the bike. The bike is fitted with a 17 liter fuel tank and weighs 188kgs. The instrument cluster comes neat and easy to ride consisting of a digital speedometer, twin tripmeters, fuel gauge and an analogue tachometer.
Hyosung GT250R comes with a super sporty body appearance that makes it even more competitive in the worldwide quarter liter motorcycle segment. The front fascia of the machine has a neatly designed headlamp section integrated with a powerful projector light that gives a good illumination in dark and low light conditions. The full fairing of the bike blesses it with a true sportbike character to stand amidst the leading players of the market. the highly raised and sharp fuel tank design gives a good riding position to the rider. The bike sports a robust split, step-up seat that comes thickly cushioned offering an optimum comfort level to the rider and pillion. Coming at the rear, it comes with a black coloured split grab rail that does enhances the overall appeal. An aggressively rising, chrome plated exhaust unit look stunning and gives some masculine genes to the bike. The tail lamp section comes with red LEDs that further comes integrated with clear lens turning blinkers. The rear fender ends up just in height of the number plate and shows-off the fat rear tyre quite impressively.
The bike has the following body measurements: 2,090mm x 700mm x 1,130mm (LxWxH) and has a wheelbase of 1,435mm that promises a good handling in all conditions. Furthermore, a minimum ground clearance of 130mm ensures a commendable stability around the corners. Hyosung GT250R has been assisted with a 17 liter fuel tank that offers a good range after filling it to full. The machine weighs to a total of 188kgs that makes it a perfect and easy to ride quarter-litre sporty package. The instrument console of the bike consists of a digital speedometer, twin tripmeters, fuel gauge and an analogue tachometer.
Hyosung GT250R gets its power from a 249cc, 4-Stroke, DOHC, 8-Valve 75O V-Twin, Oil-Cooled motor that comes linked with a five-speed gearbox. It churns out a net power of 28bhp at 10,000rpm with a peak torque of 22.07Nm at 8,000rpm. The fuel injected mill takes the bike from 0 to 60kmph in 3.96 seconds and makes it reach a top speed mark of 140kmph.
The bike has been assisted with 110/70 -17 54h front and 150/70 -17 69h rear grippy tubeless tyres that offer a superior on-road adhesion and hence delivers optimum stability on any kind of surface. Hyosung GT 250R avails a smooth and comfortable ride with the help of inverted telescopic forks at the front and progressive linkage hydraulic mono shock suspension at the rear. The braking is done via dual 300m hydraulic disc brakes at the front and 230mm hydraulic single disc brake at the rear.
The machine has been equipped with a powerful projector headlight at the front that delivers a steady and bright beam of light even under low rpm conditions, thereby illuminating the road well at nights. The twin rear view mirrors alerts the rider of his surroundings and hence prevents chances of any mishap.
Elegant and Sporty Body Design
Agile and Sharp Handling
After sales maintenance
Limited number of service centres across the country
The Look of Bike was verry Stylish and as we can talk about there performance was Excellent and the enjoyment in riding was so good and I ride it at maximum top speed.The one of the power full bike the best one bike in this prise it was just owsoms I traveled it with bverry long distance near about 15,974 And just 1¹/2 year ago I brought it ...
Heavier than Honda CBR 250 R but trustable one.As it is heavier it's stability will surely be top grade, being able to adjust it's pilion seat 3 way is cool.If priced comparatively, it is going to give honda and Yamaha a good competition.Having minusses typical of a Hyosung, I would have liked the weight going down;..yes it's of the same frame of the 650r, but engineers........you should have did something ...
nice bike.i like it,i'm looking forward to buy this bike,its 2012 model releases on 12-4-12 .its cheap and more tha worth the money.i've done many reserches and hyosung gt 250r gave me full satisfaction in the 250r series bikes.please send me the details of hyosung dealers in kerala...
i like this bike so i need the dealer name and contact details in kolkata so i need a price in kolkata including taxand send me more colour of this bike so i can choose the colour...
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