The Hyosung GV250 Aquila has got certain remarkable updates. The front features a chrome finished halogen headlight which provides a good visibility at night, with a pair of gills sitting on either side under the headlamp posing as air ducts. The mirrors, grips and switchgear, present on the handlebar gives it an adequate feeling. The chunky fuel tank bearing the logos of EFI enhances the macho profile of this cruiser. The low, split seats with a red border imparts a royal and rich look to the motorcycle. A retro style taillight with clear lens indicators is equipped at the front as well as rear. A much nicer single and oversized chrome collector exhaust goes well with the cruiser look. The large, chunky alloy wheels enhance the side profile of this retro styling motorcycle. The Hyosung Aquila GV250 comes with a length of 2282 mm, width of 875 mm and a height of 1096 mm as its dimensions along with a weight of 179 Kg. The cruiser has a fuel tank capacity of 14-litres.
The Hyosung Aquila GV250 have chrome fitted analogue instrument console that includes a digital speedometer, digital fuel gauge, digital dual trip-meters and an analogue tachometer. It also bears indicators for low fuel and low oil. The Hyosung Aquila GV250 is powered by a 249cc, 4-stroke, 8 valve, 2 cylinders, air cooled, DOHC engine which generates a peak power of 26.2 bhp @ 10000rpm with utmost torque of 21.4 Nm @ 7000rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed constant mesh transmission which works in a 1-up and 4-down pattern. It can reach a top speed of 138 kmph*. When tested under standard conditions, the bike Aquila GV250 delivers a mileage of 30 to 35 kmpl on highways and returns to 25 to 30kmpl in the city. Overall, it offers an average figure of 27 kmpl.
This Hyosung GV250 cruiser is available in three striking colors: Red/Black, Grey/Black and a Black. Hyosung competes Bajaj Avenger, Royal Enfield Thunderbird350 and Harley Davidson Street.