Get the On Road Price & Latest offers for Hyosung GT650N
Hyosung has launched its new gorgeous looking bike known as GT650N with an attractive cost of Rs.3,87,000 respectively. The new bike is powered by a 647cc, four stroke, air cooled engine which churns out the maximum power output of 74 Ps in combination with the maximum torque output of 60.9 Nm. The engine of the bike is mated to the six speed gearbox with manual transmission for smooth and convenient ride. The Hyosung GT650N has been designed with a length of 2095 mm and width of 700 mm while the height of the bike is 1135 mm. Along with that, the bike provides the larger wheelbase of 1445 mm and ground clearance of 165 mm. In addition, the total kerb weight of the bike is 208 kg. The brakes and suspensions are really good with the disc brakes at both front and rear wheels. Likewise, the front suspension of the bike comes with an USD adjustable while the rear suspension is of adjustable mono shock type. The bike has been fitted with a 17 inch alloy wheels of front tire size 120/60 ZR - 17 55W and rear tire size of 160/60 ZR - 17 69W. All these feature combined together ensures better safety and security.
* Prices of Hyosung GT650N indicated here are ex-showroom price not the on road price of GT650N. Price list is subject to change and for the latest Hyosung GT650N India prices, submit your details at the booking form available at the top, so that our sales team will get back to you. Hyosung GT650N mileage mentioned here is based on ARAI test drive made under standard test conditions.
"The prime specs of Hyosung GT650N are listed here. The overall length, width of the bike should give you an idea about its manoeuverability to sneak and run through the traffic jams.Engine specs of GT650N are also listed here. With the power (in bhp) and torque (Nm) figures the most important ratios - power to weight ratio of GT650N and torque to weight ratio. The displacement (in cc) is the measure of cubic capacity of the engine. The performance figure of the bike zero to sixty and zero to 100 in seconds will give you the sense of the power the bike possess and its on road performance. The lesser the time taken by the bike to reach 60kmph or 100kmph the faster it is over it competitors "