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Hyosung GV250 cruiser bike to be launched on this January 2013
« on: January 07, 2013, 09:59:36 AM »
South Korean bike manufacturer, Hyosung in association with Pune’s leading real estate developing firm DSK (D S Kulkarni developers) has been busy preparing its own missiles in recent months. Now the company is all-set to launch  GV250 Cruiser motorcycle in India.

The JV is working closely to fine-tune the 250-cc cruiser for India and will be officially unveiling it in the mid of January 2013. Apart from showcasing the bike in their dealerships across the country, they will also commence booking and delivery of the vehicle immediately after. Hyosung will also be announcing an up a mechanically updated version of the GT650 sportsbike at the same event.

GV250 which would be powered by a 249-cc V-twin, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled motor, with an output of about 29 PS. It will make it launch with  an expected price of under Rs 3 lakh. The two-wheeler manufacturer is also considering to produce a single-cylinder 250-cc engine in India which would replace the current V-twin in the next couple of years.

Shirish Kulkarni, Director, DSK Motowheels had announced that the company also plans to enter the commuter segment bikes by launching 150 cc and 125 cc, locally developed with the help of the Korean partner, in India around 2015-16.

The company is ramping up their dealership network from the current 18 to about 30 by March 2013 and is targeting 40 outlets by the end of 2013.

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Hyosung GV250 cruiser bike to be launched on this January 2013
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2016, 07:31:34 AM »
Im a sportsbike rider, but wouldnt mind a go on a cruiser. Theyre all bikes after all. At least this one has rear suspension

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