New Delhi - famous motorcycle manufacturers from South Korea, Amazing Hyosung Motors, will launch the latest fantastic generation sport motorbike of Hyosung GT 250R Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) in India on 21 April. Interestingly, great Hyosung will set the powerful motor more expensive than the Honda CBR250R.
As firmly reported by motoroids.com, Monday (28 / 3), excellent Hyosung has announced the official price its motorbikes debut, that is less than 2 lakh rupees. (1 lakhs = 100 thousand rupees and the exchange rate of 1 rupee = USD 194.87).
In addition, Hyosung will offer it in two interesting variants, namely agile street fighter and reliable cruiser. "We are currently in talks with S & T Motors (Hyosung owners) to see how the prospects for our two models now marketed in the next year (2012)," said Diya Garware Ibanez, Managing Director Graware Motors, as reported by Hindustan Times and dancewithshadow.com.
About GT250, Graware Motors claims the motor has advantages than Honda CBR250 R. The reason this motor using a multi-cylinder and V-twin. As for Honda CBR 250 R using a single cylinder.
"Thanks to the V-Twin, (Hyosung) capable of spraying power and torque of a larger and more precise at all levels of the spin machine," claims Graware.
Like Honda CBR 250 R variant highest, Hyosung GT250R is also equipped devices combined braking Antilock Brake System (C-ABS).
Only, Graware Motorcycle - Hyosung local partners in India - it did not specify GT250R EFI specification. However, in Australia and the UK, motor sport is equipped with engines 249 cc, V-Twin, DOHC.
This powerful engine power is claimed to be capable of spraying up to 28.8 bhp at 10,500 rpm and maximum torque of 22 Newton meters (Nm) at 8000 rpm. The machine uses standard liquid cooling.
Excellent Hyosung GT250 R The new promising generation is certain to be competing with the elegant Honda CBR250R, and fantastic Kawasaki Ninja 250R. So what advantages and disadvantages compared to two competitors that bike?
All three have the same powerful engine capacity. However, tough Hyosung machines spitting out 28.8 bhp and torque of 22 Nm, Honda CBR250 R-powered 25 bhp and 22.9 Nm of torque, while the Ninja 250 R powered 32 bhp and 22 Nm of torque.
Reasonable prices are each, sophisticated Hyosung 2 lakh, Honda 14 to 1.6 lakh, or about USD 27.86 , and Kawasaki Ninja 250 R 3 lakh. .