Oct 13, 2011

5 Hyosung GT650N launched in India [Photos/Price/Specification/Details]

Garware Motors launches the GT650N in India.. at Rs. 4.39 Lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi)

Garware Motors brings to India the Hyosung GT650N (the Korean brand's naked variant of the GT650R).

GT650N launched in India
Photo: Hyosung India Facebook Page

The power/torque on the naked variant remains identical to the full faired variant. But the naked variant does become lighter by 7 Kgs. Also the GT650N gets a more comfortable and relatively upright, single piece handlebar.

Price: The GT650N has been priced at Rs. 4.39 lakhs (Ex-Showroom Delhi). The full faired GT650R starts from Rs. 4.75 lakhs (Ex-Showroom Delhi).

Colors: The GT650N will be available in three colors: Red, Black and White.

GT650N - Specifications

ENGINE

Type: Liquid cooled, DOHC, 8-valve, 90 Degree v-twin
Engine Capacity: 647cc
Max Power: 73.6 Ps (54.2kW) @9,000 RPM
Max Torque: 60.9Nm @7,500RPM

Fuel System: Fuel injection
Transmission: 6 - speed

DIMENSIONS

Length x Width x Height: 2095mm x 700mm x 1,100mm
Wheel Base: 1,435mm
Seat Height: 780/790mm

Brakes
Front: Semi floating Double discs, 4 pistons calipers,
Rear: Single disc, 2 piston caliper Suspension

Kerb Weight: 208kg




For more info, visit: Garware Motors


Hyosung GT650N: Photos

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5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

How many bikes are sold till date of Hyosung

sunil said...

that's an ugly looking headlamp. the older round headlap was much beter looking. this one make the look like a cartoon

Sajal said...

Might come as a surprise to many... but Hyosung did manage to sell quite a good number of their bikes here... specially the GT650R... the poor man's supersports.

Anonymous said...

Poor man's super sports, right said

melville said...

@Sunil- Though many love the classic round 'lamp, I personally don't think the triangular shape looks bad. It's the nacelle/ plastic panel that houses the lamp that looks odd. Instead of rounding it, it should have been angular and sharper to give a 'floating' look.

I quite like this and prefer it to the 650R. The nakeds somehow seem more real and have a stronger character. Hoping they launch the 250 in this guise soon....

According to reports, they've sold abt 250-300 bikes till now. But in Mumbai, they've been barely visible.

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