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29th Spt, 2015: Hyosung ST7 is one of the bellwether motorcycles of the Korean company. It gets its power from a 678 cc, V-twin, liquid-cooled mill. The bike comes with some fascinating elements such as swept back body design, massive fenders and step-up seats. It is available at the authorised dealers stores in India. The company offers it with three stunning colors options namely Scarlet Red, Ebony Black and Classic White. Hyosung ST7 will compete with Read more...
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The Korean manufacturer launched an old-school cruiser Christened as Hyosung ST7, which is propelled by 678 cc, liquid-cooled, 90° V-twin engine that churns out a peak power of 57.66bhp at 8000 RPM with a maximum torque of 57 Nm at 6000 RPM. Besides this, it is configured with a five-speed transmission and wet multiplate clutch assembly to belt drive the rear wheels.
This cruiser bike moves on 120/80 16 60W tubeless tyre at the front and 170/80 15 77W tubeless tyre at the rear and is equipped with 300mm front and 270mm rear disc brakes. To provide a good, smooth and comfortable ride, this cruiser comes with a telescopic forks at the front and dual spring assisted shock absorbers at the rear.
The manufacturer furnished it with a rounded headlamps and chromed rear view mirrors both give an amazing look to this cruiser bike. This bike has a sharply designed fuel tank along with a highly raised handlebar which offers an upright riding position to the rider. The rear end of this cruiser bike equipped with a fashionable tail lamp incorporated with some chrome and rounded clear lens indicators which is also configured with a sporty step-up seat making it look amazing.
The manufacturing company uses a good amount of chrome in the rear view mirrors, headlamp section, blinkers and muffler. Its twin exhaust setup has a massive design and it syncs well with the overall body profile. This cruiser has an overall dimensions of 2470 mm in length, 960 mm in width and 1135 mm in height along with a wheelbase of 1690 mm. The instrument cluster is fitted to fuel tank which displays significant information including analogue speedometer, digital twin tripmeters and fuel gauge.
The bike is equipped with a rounded styled headlamp and huge front and rear fenders which makes it appearance much more robust. This bike has a good amount of chrome used in the rear view mirrors, headlamp profile, muffler and the rear profile. Besides this, it is furnished with sharply designed fuel tank which make it look even more stunning. Coming to rear section, a small tail lamp can be seen wrapped superbly in a chromed section. The clear lens indicators looks magnificent and improves the appearance of the cruiser bike.
This cruiser comes with an overall dimensions of 2470 mm in length, 960 mm in width and 1135 mm in height. It has a wheelbase of 1690 mm along with ground clearance of 135 mm which provides an amusing handling on straight as well as curvy patches. The total Kerb/Wet Weight of the bike is around 244 kg. The instrument console of this cruiser is fitted smartly over the fuel tank which offers an easy access to the information and consist of an analogue speedometer with digital twin tripmeters and fuel gauge. The Korean manufacturing company furnished it with versatile additional accessories such as a tall windscreen, saddlebags and a backrest to make the ride on this two wheeler more comfortable and smooth.
The cruiser Hyosung ST7 propelled by a 678 cc, liquid-cooled engine mated to a five-speed gearbox and uses wet multiplate clutch assembly to belt drive the rear wheels. The mill generates a maximum power of 57.66 bhp at 8000 RPM with a maximum torque of 57 Nm at 6000 RPM. The four-stroke, DOHC, 90-Degree, V-twin engine employs a high-performance fuel injection system and has a bore x stroke ratio of 81.53 mm x 65 mm. With this arrangement, the bike can reach 0 to 100 kmph in 7 seconds and hits a top speed of 175 kmph.
This cruiser motorcycle runs on 120/80 16 60W front and 170/80 15 77 W rear tubeless tyres fitted with tough alloy wheels. The company configured it with a 300mm hydraulic disc brake at the front and 270mm hydraulic disc brake at the rear which provide good stopping power. Apart from this, the suspension setup of this bike consist of 41mm conventional telescopic forks at the front and swingarm with hydraulic spring assisted shock absorbers at the rear end which make your journey handy, smooth and comfortable.
Hyosung ST7 comes with a strong headlamp at the front section which offers a straight and bright beam of light and make the things clear at the night and this motorcycle is equipped with a set of powerful disc brakes at both front and rear ends which offer a strong stopping power. The tubeless tyres of the cruiser delivers a better bite along with convenience in case of a puncture that cut the chances of accident. Apart from this, chromed twin rear view mirrors look stunning and provides the information about traffic that keeps the rider safe. A maintenance free battery cuts down on maintenance costs, thereby giving another benefit to the rider. All the above mentioned features make this bike trustworthy and authentic cruiser bike.
Classy Old-School Body Design
Butter-Smooth and Refined Engine
Poor Fuel Economy
29th Spt, 2015: Hyosung ST7 is one of the bellwether motorcycles of the Korean company. It gets its power from a 678 cc, V-twin, liquid-cooled mill. The bike comes with some fascinating elements such as swept back body design, massive fenders and step-up seats. It is available at the authorised dealers stores in India. The company offers it with three stunning colors options namely Scarlet Red, Ebony Black and Classic White. Hyosung ST7 will compete with worldwide famous cruiser machines such as Harley Davidson Street 750.