The Hyosung ST7 gets a swept-back design, massive fenders, a huge fuel tank, loads of chrome, a simple round headlamp and step-up seats. The ST7 can also be equipped with accessories like a tall windscreen, saddlebags and a backrest for the pillion rider.
The GT250R gets a dual lateral bar frame which has been designed to reduce weight and lower the centre of gravity. It is powered by a 250cc 75 degree V-twin engine which produces 28bhp and 22Nm of torque.
The Aquila 250 is powered by 249cc V-Twin oil cooled engine that churns out 26.21bhp at 95,000 rpm and maximum torque of 21.37 Nm at 7,000 rpm.
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The GT 650R is powered by a 647cc, V-twin engine which produces an impressive 72bhp of maximum power at 9,000rpm and 61Nm of torque at 7,500rpm. The Hyosung GT 650R is quite aggressively priced and competes with Kawasaki’s acclaimed Ninja 650R.
The Hyosung Aquila Pro650 is the bigger and more powerful of the Aquila series cruiser motorcycles sold by Hyosung in India. The styling is reminiscent of old-school cruisers and is the second most expensive Hyosung motorcycle money can buy in India.
The Hyosung ST7 was the one of first motorcycles to be launched in India after the Korean manufacturer re-entered the Indian market in 2011.The ST7 is styled along the lines of old-school cruisers and is available with a host of accessories after local assembly at the joint facility with DSK Motors at Wai.