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Default Hyosung GD250N confirmed to be coming in April 2014

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There are some exciting things happening at Hyosung and the motorcycle manufacturer from Korea had a couple of interesting motorcycles on display at their stand at the Auto Expo – the naked, seemingly KTM Duke inspired GD250N and a lighter spirited RT125D that draws more than a little inspiration from the Yamaha TW200. Hyosung have confirmed that the GD250N will be here in April while the RT125D (with a 250cc engine) will find its way into DSK-Hyosung showrooms in the near future.
Hope they price the GD250N unlike their other sporty 250, or in other words, sensibly. The product looks promising on paper atleast, with a 250cc single churning out 28PS and weighing 145 odd kgs.
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Hyosung GD250N review, test ride

The GD250N is a slim bike, with minimalistic bodywork. The prism-shaped headlamp lights the road well at night. The GD250N gets a digital display, with information including a speedometer, and cascading tachometer. The switches receive an engine cut-off function and pass light flasher. There are also nice levers, of which only the brake offers reach adjust. The GD250Nís high tank gets nifty shrouds on either side. Split seats are in place for rider and pillion, and thereís an LED tail-light.
The GD250N gets an electric-started, four-stroke, 249cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder and fuel-injected engine, with power claimed at 27.6bhp at 9500rpm, and peak torque of 2.4kgm coming in at 7000rpm. The bike comes with a six-speed gearbox that shifts in a one-down, five-up traditional shift pattern but feels unduly notchy.
DSK plans to launch the GD250N in a few weeks from now, at an estimated price of Rs 2.30 lakh, imported in via the CKD route.

Source: http://www.autocarindia.com/auto-rev...ew-375493.aspx
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