Report – DSK-Hyosung to launch GV250 cruiser at Auto Expo 2014

Posted on: Jan 20, 2014 - 4:24pm IST

DSK-Hyosung Motorcycles will launch the GV250 model at the upcoming Auto Expo 2014. The GV250 will get a twin-cylinder engine that develops 27 hp.

Hyosung GV250 side press shot
DSK-Hyosung will launch the GV250 cruiser at the Auto Expo 2014.

The GV250, says a report on Autocar Professional, will become the first 250 cc bike in the Indian cruiser segment, with its closest competition coming from the 220 cc Bajaj Avenger and the 350 cc Royal Enfield offerings. Prices would vary, of course, with the GV250 speculated to be priced at around Rs 2 lakh as the bike would take the CKD route to retail in India.

The report also states that Hyosung’s RT125D, powered by a single-cylinder 125 cc engine, would be showcased but not launched at the Auto Expo. The report also states that the Hyosung GD250N, previously expected to be launched either at the Auto Expo 2014 or during the first half of this year has been postponed to the second half with supply issue being blamed.

The GD250N can be expected to compete against the KTM Duke 200, says the report.

Hyosung GD250N-EXIV rear quarter
The GD250N was expected to be launched at the Auto Expo 2014, but supply issues have now forced a late 2014 launch.

Hyosung’s Indian partner DSK currently assembles all Hyosung bikes sold in India at a facility in Satara, near Pune. The company’s own manufacturing facility is expected to go on stream by the end of 2014 in Karad, near Pune.

[Source – Autocarpro.in]

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One thought on “Report – DSK-Hyosung to launch GV250 cruiser at Auto Expo 2014

  1. DRG says:

    These vehicles may not sell in india because, 250 cc is too small or closer to the avenger 220.
    People would tend to prefer a known name and also with a good dealer nw.
    If hyosung would like to sell some numbers and also enter into India .. they hsould think of twin 400 – 500 cc. There’s some void here as of now. excepting the Enfield. I personally do not think of them as cruisers.

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