Hyosung GV650

`6,04,208* OnwardsView Breakup
*On Road Price, Delhi
EMI @ `19,674
5 / 5based on 1 reviews
  • Performance
    18 Kmpl
    Top Speed
    195 Kmph

  • Engine
    647 cc

  • Transmission
    5 Speed
  • Ignition
    16 Ltrs
    Self Start
  • EMI
    36 Months


24th November, 2015: DSK Hyosung GV650 aka Aquila Pro is a great affordable option for those who want to flaunt their motorcycle as a proper superbike. It comes loaded with features like a 650cc V-twin, huge appearance, lots of chrome, dual front disc brakes, fuel tank mounted insrument console, fat tyres, upside down telescopic forks at the front and much more. DSK Motowheels is selling this exceptional cruiser in most of the major cities across the country and it is available in three different shades- Shadow Black, Lava Red and Phantom Silver.

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Hyosung GV650 Specifications
VariantsMileageTop SpeedEngine DescriptionPower
Hyosung Gv650 Aquila Pro 18 Kmpl 195 Kmph 4 Stroke, DOHC, 8-Valve, V-Twin 90 Degrees, Water Cooled 74 bhp @ 9000 Rpm

Hyosung GV650 Road Test

The pros: Bold and aggressive looks, high level of comfort and riding position, quick and agile. The cons: Evident welding joints and cheap plastic on the instrument cluster, the fuel gauge was completely misleading. Vibration increase drastically at high rev. The crux: Despite some minor shortcomings, I believe, it is a good value for money proposition and makes sense for those who intend to stand out of the crowd.RatingIt was the early 2000s when Hyosung first entered the Indian market with a 250cc, V-twin Aquila. With good looks and a powerful engine on-board, the cruis... [ Read More ]

Hyosung GV650 Review
  • Overview

    Hyosung Aquila Pro GV650 is a splendid cruiser that come to India via CKD route and gets assmebled at Wai, Maharashtra. The motorcycle is a perfect combination of high performance, strong handling and noteworthy styling, which puts up an appealing cruiser. Some of the most remarkable features of this cruiser include belt drive, disc-brakes at both ends, adaptable foot pegs and is equipped with top class performance figures for giving a shiver to the current leaders like Royal Enfield and Harley Davidson.

    The machine is clearly a show stopper when it comes to the looks department. Blessed with killer looks and design cues, this cruiser makes an overwhelming stand on the roads especially on the highways. But the GV650 comes out as a champ as it topples its competitors with similar horsepower as the others  could manage with same power amount at the cost of double engine displacement value. The same fuel injected V-twin engine which also powers GT650R is the real magician behind bringing in such a rattling powerful performance .

  • Design

    A royal attention has been paid by the Hyosung designers for making this cruiser an attractive bike. Each and every corner is clad in the right amount of chrome, though its not fully designed with chrome like the ST7. One can very easily say that the GV650 is one of the modern day marvels, which bring in latest advanced technology under one single unit. On the front, the bike poses a round chrome headlamp, which is the centre of attraction along with its wide handle bars, which give this cruiser and the rider a rich look. The acute character lines on the fuel tank blend in perfectly with rest of the edgy characteristics of the bike. The exhaust pipe is tipped off with chrome finish for giving in a glittering effect on the side profiles. On the rear, the tail light forms up the major attraction point of this bike, which houses 21 LEDs in the brake light. Thus, those who had never seen the Hyosung Aquila Pro GV650 earlier, would easily mistake it with a Harley-Davidson.

    Hyosung GV650 Appearance
    Hyosung GV650 scores high when we are talking about its appearance and looks. The eyes of the viewers are stabbed by the flash of its flaunting looks. The overall appearance is of curves flowing backwards, in order of generating a classy look along with the feel of a macho and a muscular bike.
    The bike has got a wider rear tyre which brings in a heavy bold look to the rear. Chrome finish has been added on the side profiles, starting from the engine compartment to its exhaust pipe. Thus the overall appearance gets an additional bling factor which easily draws everyone's attention. Thus, this bike will easily stir up the cruiser bikes segment with its killing exteriors, appearance and looks.

  • Engine & Performance

    Aquila Pro GV650 gets an astounding thundering exhaust grumble due to the presence of a 647 cc, liquid cooled, V-twin powerhouse which is also present in Hyosung GT650. This engine shocks when it comes up with whooping power and torque amounts. Hyosung GV650 engine is tuned perfectly for churning out a power of 74bhp at 9000 rpm and a peak torque amount of 62.1Nm at 7500 rpm. This V-twin engine is mated brilliantly with a wet, multiplate 5-speed gearbox and the gear ratios help in giving a smooth stride to this motorcycle for making it less irksome while riding it over the variable terrain. The engine revs up quite comfortably and doesn't't feel like as if you are dragging up a mammoth in the lower rev range. 

    The thundering rumbling sound from the exhaust pipe keeps rocking your inner racing spirit as it never is quite audible even in the idle state and gets more louder as twist up the accelerator. This V-twin powerhouse brings in a huge power amount every time you set loose the throttle. However, the bike vibrates a little at high revvs. This engine plunges up the Hyosung GV650 easily to a top speed mark of 195 kmph and the bike quickly jumps up from 0-100 kmph in just 6 seconds and it takes just only 11 seconds to reach 140 kmph. Thus, despite the bike weighs 240 kg it still manages up in remaining its agility.

  • Ride & Handling

    For riding this beast which is quite powerful, you need to have perfect braking mechanism for handling this beast easily. Thus, the GV650 is deployed with disc brakes at the both ends. The front tyre gets a 300mm double disc semi floating discs with 2 pistons calipers and a 270mm single disc with 2 pistons caliper on the rear for employing racing inspired braking mechanism so that this heavyweight come to an instant halt even at greater speeds. This cruiser is blessed with an exceptional handling mechanism for making the rider the sole controller. The forward set foot pegs with well cushioned seats and a wide handlebar make the GV650 a comfortable ride. But, its mainly the light and easy steering, stiff chassis type and a performer set of Bridges tone Battlax tyres. The perfect wheel size of 120/70 ZR18 mm on the front and 180/55 ZR17 mm on rear gives superb grip for keeping the bike glued on the roads especially on the wet and slippery surfaces. Thus, minimizing the risk of skidding during accidental hazards.

  • Safety Features

    Hyosung Aquila Pro GV650 offers an applaud able set of safety features. Suspension system forms up a major part of safety features for any bike. For giving. It carries along a telescopic shock absorber up on the front and a hydraulic double shock absorber on the rear tyre greets the front suspension system, for working perfectly hands in hand with the front tyre suspension system. This top class suspension system brings in jerks free ride experience to the rider and the pillion. The rider gets a fatigue less riding pleasure on long hour cruising raids on the highways. Besides this the bike has got a pass light switch which gives an extra safety assurance while driving through the killer traffic situations.

  • Pros

    • Huge Appearance
    • Exceptional Comfort
    • Affordable price for a 650cc cruiser

  • Cons

    • Quite heavy
    • Not so fuel efficient

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  • Great 1st Bike!
    by Farhan Khan | Oct 2015

    So lets start with the good, looks good goes great but there are still a few things to look for such as older bikes 2005-2009 electrics water pumps were as the newer bikes its radiators failures and on my latest addition brake issues from front brake slave cylinder weeping to back brake failure with only 150 km done but don't let this put you off if you get through all the hear cups they are great fun. The ... Read Full Review

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