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  • A proper V-twin cruiser with lots of chrome
  • Way less intimidating because of light weight and usable power


  • Priced too high for a 250cc bike
  • Weak low-end torque
  • Build quality doesn't match the asking price
  • No disc brake at the rear
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Aquila 250 249 cc, Rs5,48,398
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Engine 249 cc

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Radial Tyres

Alloy Wheels

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Aquila 250 Expert Review

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March 2, 2017: DSK Hyosung has launched a limited edition Aquila 250 in three distinctly classic colors: black, gold and green. Production of this short-run motorcycle is limited to just 100 units, and it's priced at Rs 2.94 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).The DSK Hyosung Aquila 250 is a proper V-twin cruiser with loads of chrome splashed all over the bike. It weighs a shade under 180kg, which makes it very light by V-twin cruiser standards. Additionally, newbies will find that the limited number of horses on tap make it far less intimidating compared to a heavy cruiser.

V-twin cruisers usually pack a ton of low-end torque, which is not found on the Aquila 250. This one instead has a good mid-range and is happy to go hunting for the red line. It misses out on a rear disc brake and doesn't have ABS either.

The Aquila 250 uses a chain to drive the rear wheel. In comparison, a belt makes less noise, requires no maintenance and looks extra premium, but it isn't offered on this baby cruiser despite its higher price tag.

The Aquila looks like a true blue cruiser with a lot of shiny metal around the bike. The bulky V-twin engine fills up every cubic inch of space under the equally large tear drop-shaped fuel tank. The front and rear fenders are squared off while the headlight, indicators, rear view mirrors and the instrument console come in a contrasting, round shape.Raised handlebars and forward set footpegs offer a laid back riding position for relaxed cruising.

The 249cc 75-degree V-twin engine gets electronic fuel injection and pumps out 26.6PS of power at 9500rpm and 21.4Nm of torque at 7000rpm. It's paired with a 5-speed gearbox that drives the rear wheels via a sealed chain.The performance is unlike typical cruisers, and it doesn't pack a lot of low-end torque. It, therefore, doesn't sound like a thumper. Instead, the Aquila 250 has a good mid-range and, post 4500rpm, it pulls cleanly all the way to the red line.

The suspension setup isn't tuned to handle Indian roads, and broken tarmac unsettles the bike. On well-laid tarmac, undulations are absorbed with ease even at triple-digit cruising speeds.

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