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
- 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. These, combined with the comfortable seats, a massive 17-litre guel tank, floorboard and a heel-toe shifter make the ST7 suitable for long distance cruising.
- The Hyosung ST7 is available in three paint schemes- red, black and white and goes up against Harley-Davidson Street 750.