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  • DSK Hyosung may launch the GD250R in July
    DSK Hyosung may launch the GD250R in July

    DSK Hyosung showcased the street naked bike, the GD250N at the 2014 Auto Expo. Even though their main attraction was the Aquila 250 which was launched at Rs 2.7 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the GD250N gained too much attention of fellow visitorsattracted its fair share of visitors. Now, there reports suggesting that the fully-faired faired version of the GD250N is expected to be launched in the Indian market in July. 

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  • DSK Hyosung launches the GT250R in a new avatar
    DSK Hyosung launches the GT250R in a new avatar

    Amidst the slew of pranks and April Fool jokes, DSK Hyosung has launched the GT250R in the GT650R's avatar. It might be a little difficult for our readers to believe this, but, no, this is not a gag that we or the company is playing. The new GT250R boasts of the same clothes as the GT650R.

     
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  • Hyosung Aquila GV250
    Hyosung Aquila GV250

    Touring is becoming a fashion among Indian motoring enthusiasts. And why should it not? We have vast expanse of open lands, biodiversity worth experiencing and some really good roads that are connected by many miserable ones with the difficulty level equivalent of playing Ping Pong with a Chinese national, giving riders a sense of achievement like no other.  Royal Enfield and Harley-Davidson have been capitalising on this pretty well for a while now and it is time that few others get to ride the wave, even if that won’t dent the sales of the big two. Hyosung is the front runner among the alternative premium motorcycle brands for cruisers and this time we test their new entry-level model, the Aquila 250.

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  • Hyosung GT250R now in GT650R clothes
    Hyosung GT250R now in GT650R clothes

    No, we are not playing an April fool’s prank. This is the picture of the new GT250R. Don’t mistake it for the GT650R and what’s news is that Hyosung might launch this new version soon.

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  • Hyosung GD250N picture gallery
    Hyosung GD250N picture gallery

    Hyosung exhibited the GD250N at the recently concluded Auto Expo. Apart from the RT125D, the GD250N is present in the company’s Indian launch line-up this year.

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  • DSK Hyosung to launch the GD250N in April?
    DSK Hyosung to launch the GD250N in April?

    DSK Hyosung might launch the GD250N in the next month. We recently saw the 250cc naked sports bike displayed at the 2014 Auto Expo.

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  • DSK-Hyosung slashes prices by upto Rs 20,000
    DSK-Hyosung slashes prices by upto Rs 20,000

    DSK-Hyosung has decided to reduce the prices of all their motorcycles following the slash in excise duty to 8 per cent from previous 12 per cent.Their price reduction ranges between Rs 4,000 and Rs 20,000 making it the first premium motorcycle manufacture to reduce the price.

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  • Excise duty slashed for motorcycles; Expect price cuts soon
    Excise duty slashed for motorcycles; Expect price cuts soon

    The Government of India today announced an interim budget for 2014 that comes as a joy for the Indian two-wheeler manufacturers. The finance minister has announced to reduce the excise duty of two-wheelers to 8 per cent from the current 12 per cent.

     
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  • Hyosung Aquila 250 spied before launch
    Hyosung Aquila 250 spied before launch

    The quarter-litre cruiser motorcycle from Hyosung, the Aquila 250, also known as the GV250 has been spied for the very first time in India. The motorcycle is expected to be launched at the Delhi Auto Expo scheduled for next month.

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  • Hyosung's made for India bike to be displayed at Auto Expo
    Hyosung's made for India bike to be displayed at Auto Expo

    DSK Hyosung might exhibit the RT 125 D at the Delhi Auto Expo scheduled for next month. The company wants to check the response of the Indian customer for the motorcycle. If they find it good enough they might launch it in India in the near future.

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