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Hyosung Aquila GV300

Rs3,29,550
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Expected Launch- May , 2020


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The Aquila Pro from Hyosung is offered for those who wish to enjoy the leisure of a high-end cruiser motorcycle at a much affordable and down-sized package. The Aquila Pro also stands out as a meaningful proposition between the entry level Aquila 250 and a larger cruiser ST7, which has many irresistible options in the middle-weight sportsbike segment, making it one of the sensible cruisers around the price bracket Rs. 5 lakhs. The Aquila Pro is dimensionally smaller than the full-sized cruise.... Read More

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Hyosung Aquila GV300 STD Upcoming 275 cc,Rs3,29,550
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Engine 275 cc

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Aquila GV300 Expert Review

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The Aquila Pro from Hyosung is offered for those who wish to enjoy the leisure of a high-end cruiser motorcycle at a much affordable and down-sized package. The Aquila Pro also stands out as a meaningful proposition between the entry level Aquila 250 and a larger cruiser ST7, which has many irresistible options in the middle-weight sportsbike segment, making it one of the sensible cruisers around the price bracket Rs. 5 lakhs.

The Aquila Pro is dimensionally smaller than the full-sized cruisers, but does not appears so at it makes the use of the space and possibilities available and retains almost all the design elements needed for this body style. The front is dominated by a round headlamp surrounded by chrome finish, which looks purposeful and glaring when seen together with the chrome-finished front suspension forks. The side view features a big fuel tank and nicely styled body panels, with chrome finished air scoops below the fuel tank. Also, to stick to the conventional cruiser feel, the 2-in-1 exhaust pipe and engine are finished in chrome. The rear view features an inverted U-shaped LED tail lamp. The split seats and chrome finished pillion grab rails are another salient features of the bike. The instrument console is a single pod unit which is nicely sculpted swept-back design, featuring a small LCD displaying digital speedometer, fuel gauge, clock, odometer and tripmeter. The fit and finish is decent for a bike of this segment, with the overall design feeling premium. Overall, the Hyosung Aquila Pro appears as a perfect amalgamation of an old-school big cruiser with modernness molded to it.

The engine on the Hyosung Aquila Pro is a 4-stroke, air-cooled, V-twin 647cc unit, which makes this motorcycle one of the most affordable V-twin cruisers available in India. The mill is fuel injected and pumps out a max power of 74.7 PS, while the torque output stands at 62.1 Nm. The engine is the same unit as that of the GT650R sportsbike, thus it does not have a typical cruiser feel, and the maximum of the torque chunk is available at the peak rpms. The engine is adequately refined though, making it a joyful machine to rev hard.
The Aquila Pro, like every other cruiser, stays true to its roots of being a comfortable saddle to be on. The bike has the typical low-slung seating position with the handlebars set upwards and foot pegs placed forward. The suspension unit comprising of front inverted telescopic forks and rear coil springs work satisfactorily enough to absorb the non-uniform sections and patches of the roads, though around corners, the bike may feel ponderous to handle, just like every other cruiser. The brakes, discs at both ends, work fine too.
The Hyosung Aquila Pro, overall, is a bit pricey proposition at Rs. 5,30,000. But for this money, you get the instant recognition on the roads like other middle-weight and high-end superbikes which no other bike below its price tag can. The engine, ride quality and handling are good enough to bill it as an entry-level cruiser, and with the rising number of Hyosung dealers, after sales and service may not be an issue as well.
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