Hyosung GD 250N Review
Naked bikes from the Hyosung might gain more attraction about their looks, and is really serious and motivated towards the Indian roads in order to make their machines to be the choice of the younger riders, who prefers a naked bike. Hyosung flawlessly balanced the super sport full faired bike and naked ones under the label GT250R and the naked GD250N. The new street fighter Hyosung GD 250N will puzzle the naked sport buyers against the purchase of duke 200, 390, Yamaha MT-03, FZ 25 and Honda CBR 250 street fighter.
The Hyosung GD250N can score easily about their features over the higher capacity naked sport bikes in terms of mileage and design. The GD250N will get the way through the CKD path to flaunt the road.
Though the price of the Hyosung GD 250N is higher, the performance, design and the brand satisfaction might not influence on the pricing, if Hyosung keeps up the promise.
Outlook and design
The Hyosung GD 250N is undeniably a Korean beauty storm, which is going to score loads and loads of likes and be a heart rider. The first thing you notice about the GD250N is a large fuel tank with the extent layer of panel growing like an air shroud and beside extends towards the tail section.
The rear mono shock is clearly visible on the GD250N in an inclined position is well fitted on the swing arm. The chassis of the bike is quite curious that the Hyosung had tried to keep it weigh less and extends like a bearer frame forward to rest the engine bore ahead.
The engine guard and the under-belly exhaust appears to be a bonded unit and confines the center of mass. Though the exhaust underneath is a premium feature, the design is at the meek phase.
The up-side down fork while look nifty, the GD250N halogen head lamp looks like a fascinating chubby fire ball. The star like ten spoke alloy wheel is a new thing to be tasted from the GD250N corner.
The split step up seat is artfully done and the sleekly sharp tail lamp along small rear fenders is to the core of pure sport. The Hyosung GD250N gains more attention in Red shade than the white shade which hides the beauty of the machine.
Dimension of Hyosung GD 250N
The Hyosung GD 250N has an overall length of 1937 mm, Width 800 mm, Height 1055 mm with a wheel base of 1340 mm.
The ground clearance of the motorcycle measures about 135 mm, not to think twice about the exhaust unit on humps and Seat height of 790 mm keeps the ride powerful.
The wheelbase significantly contributes on agility, while the kerb weight of the GD250N is around 145 kg, which is good in a way for the power weight ration.
Engine and transmission
The powerful 249cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke engine of Hyosung GD 250N produces about 28 bhp at 8,500 RPM of maximum power and 24 NM at 7,000 rpm of peak torque.
The electronic fuel-injection supported DOHC, 4-valves engine chamber excels in the value of power delivery. The engine is mated with a six speed gearbox transmission and the shifts are smooth and decent.
GD 250N Top speed and mileage
The top speed of the GD250N flashes triple digits between 145-150 kmph. The sprint ride on GD250N to calculate the time taken to reach 0-100 is 9.32 seconds and 0-60 take less than 4 seconds is inspiring.
The GD250N is negligibly powerful than the GT250R. The performance of GD250N returns 24-26 kmpl of mileage on the other hand is fair enough with the fuel tank capacity of 11 litres.
The Hyosung GD 250N combines both analogue and digital technology. An analogue tachometer with combined digital speedometer, odometer, trip-meters and clock were found together as the instrument console as a whole.
The contrast of the digital LCD frame can be adjusted for better visualization. Low oil, battery and fuel indicator features are also included.
The Hyosung GD 250N is equipped with a 300 mm diameter single petal disk brake with a piston calipers at the front, and the rear 230 mm diameters, single petal disk brake reduce the wheel speed of this naked fellow to the safety base.
The 37mm Upside Down Telescopic forks at the front and the aluminium swing arm monoshock suspension at the rear take care the road abnormalities transferring smoothness of the ride.
The GD 250N wears a 110/70 17 54S tyres on its front foot and the rear wheel wears a 150/60 17 66S sized. tyres The tyres dimensions are enough on GD250N to offer the bike with broader tyres looks and excels in traction.
The Hyosung GD 250N will be made available in red and white shades. The white shade with cream ash background on the alloys and body touch up receives less likes, than the full robust black shade body and racing blood Red fuel tank and chassis.