Mean Machine on Two Wheels

Published: 06th April 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th April 2014 03:19 PM   |  A+A-

03wheels.jpgDSK Hyosung launched its bestselling bike in an exciting new look—the new GT250 R. This latest offering from the DSK Hyosung stable embodies the elements of advanced futuristic styling, sporty graphics and aggressive design elements like stylish new headlamps among others. Ammar Alvi has more.

Hyosung may have a winner in the GT250 R which it recently launched in India. The bike, which comes with modern styling, new headlamps, graphic design overlay, is available in three exciting colour options of Red Titanium, White Titanium and Black Titanium, each of which will be available in three-tone shade.

Powered with a V twin-cylinder and an oil-cooled 4-stroke engine, the new GT250 R produces 27.6 Bhp of maximum power at 10000 rpm, and 22.07Nm of maximum torque at 8000 rpm.

DSK Hyosung chairman Shirish Kulkarni says, “Popularly known as ‘The Big Boy’, GT250R has always received an exceptional response from the superbiking community in India. We are very dynamic as an organisation and have always adapted ourselves as per the changing customer profile, preferences and purchase decisions. Over the years we have tracked this behaviour and incorporated elements of customer feedback in this new GT250 R. I am confident that this exciting avatar will appeal to the new-age speed aficionados who are looking for not only great technology but unmatched aesthetics and sporty looks.”

This new mean machine will be retailed through all 36 DSK Hyosung brand outlets spread across the country and priced at Rs 2,76,000 (ex-showroom, Pune).

Technical Specifications

Engine: 4-Stroke, DOHC 8 Valve 75O V-Twin

249 CC, Oil Cooled

Max Power: 28 BHP @ 10000 rpm / 20.59 KW @ 10000 rpm

Max Torque: 22.07 Nm @ 8000 rpm

Fuel System: Fuel Injection 

Transmission: 5 speed ; Top Speed: 140 kmph

Price: Rs 2,76,000 (ex-showroom, Pune)


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