The Hyosung Aquila Pro650 is the bigger and more powerful of the Aquila series cruiser motorcycles sold by Hyosung in India. Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro's naked instrument console consists of an analogue tachometer and digital speedometer, odometer, 2-trip meter and fuel gauge. The bike has a circular pod for its tachometer while rest of the information is displayed in a LCD which also has the brightness setting feature. You will also notice other essential LED indicators in this console. Hyosung Aquila Pro650 have re-tuned its 650cc engine for this bike which also powers other bikes of this family. It's a V-twin DOHC 647cc engine which generates a maximum power output of 74 bhp @ 9000rpm. This liquid cooled, fuel injected 8 valve engine produces a peak torque of 62.1 Nm which arrives @ 7500rpm. This bike comes equipped with a five speed manual gearbox which has a one gear down and four gears up shift pattern. The heavy weight of this bike affects its fuel economy badly as it only manages to return an overall fuel economy of around 15km/ltr.
Hyosung Aquila Pro650 riding comfort is one of the key characteristics of cruiser bikes and Aquila Pro seems to be a clear winner in this department. High quality of fabric is used in its seat which gives you maximum comfort on long journeys. Moreover, its front set foot pegs allow your knees to stay stress free for hours. A vibration less handle bar is used in this bike which offers comfortable and firm palm grip. The bike has negligible storage space but features a power halogen headlight for your safety which offers clear vision of roads at night. Hyosung Aquila Pro650 has telescopic forks at its front while it has hydraulic shock absorber at the back. The bike features twin disc brakes of 300mm at its front and it sports a single disc brake of 270mm. The suspension and braking system of Aquila Pro has the potential to deal with the heavy weight of this bike.
Hyosung Aquila Pro650 is available in three colours shadow black, lava red and phantom silver. The Aquila Pro650 competes with the Harley-Davidson Street 750 and Suzuki Intruder M800.