Hyosung GT300R Review
Hyosung GT300R is an aggressive motorcycle with sword sharp edges and highly qualified to be the best competitor for Kawasaki Ninja 300, DSK Benelli Tornado 302 and Yamaha YZF-R3. Hyosung and DSK bond has already started showing the new generation bikes of higher capacity to match the current scenario. The partnership revealed four variants of motorcycle and one among is dedicated to play racing sport with full faired design. The Hyosung GT300R is a 300cc bike and has tough rivals for it.
Outlook and design
The Hyosung GT300R features a special attention to make a kick and hold a racing material instinct. Hyosung built the GT300R to be much different compared to the GT250R version and can gain consideration to get the bigger GT for extra power.
The front fairing of the Hyosung GT300R smells racing attitude and the built design of the body overall is the sweetest part. The front fairing of GT300R is exactly sporty and the front lamp is absolutely ferocious. The V blade visor is an aggressive smasher that keeps splashing the path without mercy. The apertures and kisses from graphics on the GT300R’s fairing are extraordinary.
The wing shaped twin lamp, along the raised curved and erect transparent visor with adjustable rear mirrors mounted are in top notch of Hyosung GT300R. The well chiselled fuel tank and side panels are designed well and split seat with grab rail less is a perfect fit and finish to the overall appearance of the GT300R. The sharp tail lamp with the extended rear fender is just creative.
The exhaust unit of the GT300R is the area where the bike misses its sportiness though designed provided with aluminium wrap and triangular cross cuts.
Hyosung GT300R Dimension
The dimension of the Hyosung GT300R measures for about 2090 mm in overall length, 700 mm width, and 1130 height with a seat height of 800 mm. Wheelbase of 1435 mm and ground clearance of 165 mm defends the GT300R higher safe on the odd speed brake humps and rough roads.
Well-built riders can find GT300R easy for riding and handling without considering the overall kerb weight of 178 kg.
Engine and transmission
The GT300R is produced with a 275 cc, V-twin engine that delivers absolutely a smooth power with a DOHC shaft. The 4 Stroke, DOHC, 8-Valve, Oil Cooled engine pumps a maximum power of 27.6 BHP @ 10500 RPM and a peak torque of 23.5 NM @ 7000 RPM.
The fuel injected system engine of Hyosung GT300R is tuned for higher performance and is mated with a 5-speed manual gear box for the smooth transmissions and fuel efficiency.
The 5-speed gear box, power delivery and torque needs improvement for 300GT which is disappointing when expected more out of it.
Hyosung gt300r Top speed and mileage
The top speed on GT300R achieved is 170-175 kmph on a long run, and the sprint ride on GT300R to calculate the time taken to reach 0-100 is just 9 seconds and 0-60 take less than 4 seconds.
With this noticeable performance, GT300R returns 23-26 kmpl of mileage is fair enough with the fuel tank capacity of 15 liters.
The 41 mm robust and appealing front forks of Hyosung GT300R is an inverted fork, while the rear fits on Swing arm with progressive linkage, adjustable hydraulic mono shock absorber.
The brake systems of the Hyosung GT300R are powerful and responsive, thanks for the front large 300mm petal shaped disc with 4-pistons calliper and the rear 230mm petal shaped single disc, with 2-pistons calliper for better braking ability and safety.
The alloy wheels of 17 inches contribute to ground clearance with 110/70 -17 54S and 150/60 -17 66S tyres in the front and rear, respectively. The tyres measurement is similar to the 250GT and probably MRF tyres are expected to come into action.
Colors of Hyosung GT300R
White and Blue are the two colours offered in the GT300R, which may expect to get black and other shades later.