It is for the first time that Hyosung’s next quarter liter, and the only 250cc cruiser in India, the upcoming Aquila 250 has been snapped exclusively at BikeAdvice.

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Days before its official Indian launch, Aquila, also known as GV250, makes a spyshot appearance at the online space and what we see here are a few interesting revelations.

The first one is that the machine has landed on our shores and this comes as a confirmation of the same. Next up, is the fact that DSK Hyosung has not tinkered with the international version much.

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The motorcycle looks a traditional Hyosung cruiser with brawny and sporty looks. Add to that the seats which carry a dash of white outline. The large chrome shrouded two-into-one exhaust pipe looks massive and there is tons of chrome on almost every part of the machine.

The fat inverted front telescopics add muscle to the already heavy-looking monster and the regular circular headlamp-side blinkers combo makes things look familiar. Those twin-pod console reminds us of Hyosung Kinetic GF125 which was India’s first 4 valve motorcycle.

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Aquila 250 will add to Hyosung’s tally of cruisers which is led by the tall and lanky ST7, followed by the stylish and modern Aquila GV650. This 250cc produces 25PS of power output and 20Nm of torque from its 4 stroke 249cc twin cylinder motor.

As we have revealed in our earlier story, price of Hyosung Aquila 250 will cross the 3 Lakh figure on road in Pune. It is scheduled to be launched on the 06th of February at the Auto Expo in Delhi. So, if you have been saving up on a cruiser, we have shown you the first sneaking bit of it, no?

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  1. […] google_ad_client="ca-pub-4431966124990717";google_ad_slot="1884733886";google_ad_width=336;google_ad_height=280; Hyosung Aquila 250 Cruiser was initially brought to India in 2003 by Kinetic Motors. Restricted to just 200 units, the bike had to be phased out due to unavailability of spares and service points. DSK Hyosung now brings in this cruiser with a two by one chrome finished exhaust, better handling features and ergonomically designed low seat and forward set footrests for comfortable riding. (spy shots via). […]

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