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DSK Hyosung launched the 2014 GT250R in India yesterday at a price of INR 2.76 lakhs, ex-Showroom, Pune. The motorcycle gets revised styling and three new color options of Red Titanium, White Titanium and Black Titanium each of which will be available in three tone shade. The new Hyosung GT250R gets a newly designed headlight cluster. At the front, the headlight cluster of the new GT250R has more in...

DSK Hyosung plans to introduce the Hyosung GT250R facelift in the immediate future. As proof, Topgear India has published a spyshot of the revised sportsbike at a dealership property. The facelift receives a makeover that gives it plenty in common with the Hyosung GT650R. Note that sales of the refreshed model opened in international markets last year. The facelift endows the GT250R plenty of similarities...

DSK Hyosung will launch the GD 250N single-cylinder 250 cc naked bike and the GTN V-twin 250 cc naked bike sometime between October and December this year. While this is known, IAB has learnt from Shiva Ray, CEO, DSK Hyosung, that the GTN V-twin will be priced lower than the recently launched Aquila 250. The Hyosung GTN, or the GT250 Comet, is coming towards the end of this year and it would be priced...

DSK Hyosung has announced that it would launch two more 250 cc models this year. A report on Autocar Professional has the company’s chairman saying that the models can be expected between October and December 2014. The company showcased, amongst other models, the GD 250N and the Comet 250 at the recently concluded Auto Expo 2014 and these are the two models lined up for India this year, the report...

Motorcycle manufacturer DSK Hyosung has announced that it will set up a new manufacturing facility in India, for which it has identified a 100 acre site in Karad, Maharashtra. A report on Autocar Professional quotes the company’s chairman, Shirish Kulkarni, who says that he expects the company to take possession of the land within the next 3-4 months and that construction is expected to start...

Apart from launching the Aquila cruiser, DSK Hyosung showcased two of their future motorcycles at the 2014 Auto Expo. Hyosung RT125 D The RT125 D with its dirt bike appearance is built to “handle rough terrain” says Hyosung. Power comes from a single-cylinder four-stroke 124 cc engine that produces 13.5 hp, and is mated to a five-speed gearbox. The dirt bike is Euro 3 compliant. Hyosung...

DSK Hyosung launched the Aquila 250 at the Auto Expo. The cruiser is priced at INR 2.69 lakhs, ex-Showroom, New Delhi. Power for the Aquila 250 comes from a V-Twin, oil-cooled, DOHC, 8 valve engine which produces 26.21 bhp of maximum power at 9,500 rpm and 21.37 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm. It gets paired to a 5-speed gearbox. The Aquila uses telescopic front suspension and hydraulic dual shock absorbers...

The Hyosung Aquila GV250 cruiser has been spotted by readers of Bikeadvice. The bike will take the CKD route into the country and be assembled at Hyosung’s facility near Satara in Maharashtra. The GV250 spied here is exactly same as the model sold by the Korean company in international markets. Once launched at the Auto Expo 2014, it will be the first 250 cc cruiser in India. With the GV250,...