Hyosung's Aquila 250 cruiser was first seen in 2003, when Kinetic Motors had accumulated 200 units of the two wheeler available to be purchased in India, however was eliminated because of inaccessibility of extras and administration focuses. Presently DSK Hyosung is all situated to re-start the Aquila 250 at the advancing Auto Expo 2014 in February. This will be emulated by the start of the road exposed Hyosung GD250N around April 2014, a cruiser which will be a contender for KTM's Duke.
Meanwhile, the Aquila 250 was cherished by numerous for the cruiser encounter it offered at its value focus. It has a great deal of bling variable, on account of the chrome wrap around the bodywork, and the instrument group gets a chrome complete, with twin-unit simple dials and high handlebars. An ergonomically composed low seat (with seat sewing matching the cycle's colour) and send set footstools make for open to riding on long trips.
On other side, the Hyosung GD250N, in the interim, has a more stripped out plan, highlighting the motor, back suspension and case. The group of the GD250N has been updated to offer a tipped-send stance, remembering the road stripped styling. This subject has been conveyed advance to the instrument group also, offering a solitary LCD show for the rider. The rider's seat is situated between the fuel tank and the pillion seat, making it lower than the seat of the KTM Duke.
Hence, the Hyosung Aquila 250 is relied upon to be valued at give or take Rs 2 lakh, though the Hyosung GD250N is thought to be evaluated some place between the costs of the KTM 200 Duke and the 390 Duke, and will be gathered in India.