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In this article, we put the final nail to the coffin by revealing the official specs of the motorcycle. So, the Hyosung Aquila 250cc will produce 24.51bhp of maximum power at 9000 rpm and a peak torque of 20Nm at 7000 rpm from its 249cc Oil Cooled two cylinder engine.
Maximum claimed speed of Aquila 250 is 128kmphs and the fuel tank capacity is 14 liters. Here are all official specs of the Indian version of Aquila 250
- Displacement: 249cc
- Engine Type: DOHC, Oil Cooled, 4 stroke, 4-valves per cylinder
- No of Cylinders: 2
- Configurations: V-Twin 75 degrees
- Bore: 57mm
- Stroke: 48.8mm
- Compression Ratio: 10.3:1
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 14 liters
- Engine Oil Grade: SAE 10W40
- Engine Oil Capacity: 1.8 Liters
- Brake Oil: Dot 4
The power output doesn’t seem to be too impressive considering this is a twin-cylinder engine. However, this being a cruiser, we expect the 20Nm of torque to do all the play!
Aquila 250 is DSK Hyosung’s third cruiser in the lineup along with the bigger 700cc ST7 and 650cc Aquila GV650. Whatever it is on the specs front, we will come to know about it only when we get a chance to take it for a spin, however, what we can vouch for, is that the motorcycle is a looker!
DSK Hyosung will officially pull the wraps off the new Aquila on 6th of February at the Auto Expo in Noida and if you want to catch all the action live, do join us from 5th Feb morning.
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