Honda CBR 250R vs Hyosung GT250R vs KTM Duke 390

Compare Specifications of CBR 250R and Hyosung GT250R and Duke 390

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Honda CBR 250R
Honda CBR 250R

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Hyosung GT250R
Hyosung GT250R

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KTM Duke 390
KTM Duke 390

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Technical Specifications
Engince Displacement 249.60 cc 249.00 cc 373.20 cc
Engine Type Liquid cooled, 4 stroke, DOHC 4 Valve, SI engine Air / Oil cooled DOHC 8-valve 75 V-twin Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition engine, liquid-cooled
Engine Starting Electric start Electric Electric
Ignition Full-transistor battery ignition Digital CDI Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing adjustment
Cooling System Liquid Cooled Oil Cooled Liquid cooling system, continuous circulation of cooling liquid with water pump
Maximum Power 25 bhp @ 8500 rpm 28 bhp at 10000 rpm 43.5 Ps @ 9000 Rpm
Maximum Torque 22.9 Nm @ 7000 rpm 22 Nm at 8000 rpm 35 Nm @ 7000 Rpm
Transmission 6-speed gear, Constant mesh 5-speed 6-speed, claw shifted
Gear Shift Pattern 1 Down 5 Up 1-down, 4-up 1-down, 5-up
Top Speed 165 kmph 175 kmph 160 kmph
Battery 12V-6Ah/ MF ( Maintenance Free ) 12v /10Ah --
Frame Diamond Dual lateral bar frame Tubular space frame made from chrome molybdenum steel, powder-coated
Ground Clearance 145 mm 155 mm 170 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 13 litres 17 litres 11 litres
Mileage
Standard Test Conditions -- 35 kmpl 30 kmpl
Highway Mileage 40 kmpl 33.5 kmpl --
City Mileage 32 kmpl 28.8 kmpl --
Overall Mileage 36 kmpl 30.2 kmpl --
Tyres
Front 110/70 17 110/70 -17 110/70 x 17
Rear 140/70 17 150/70 150/60 x 17
Wheelbase 1367 mm 1435 mm 1367 mm
Brakes
Front 296 mm 300 Semi floating double discs, 2 pistons calipers Disc brake with four-pot brake caliper
Rear 220 mm 230 Single disc, 2 pistons caliper Disc brake with one-pot brake caliper, floating brake discs
Suspension
Front Telescopic fork Upside down Telescopic WP inverted fork 43 mm, 150 mm travel
Rear Pro-link Progressive linkage hydraulic monosuspension WP monoshock, deb. 150 mm
Colors Available
Colors Candy Ruby Red x Accurate Silver Metallic, Pearl Heron Blue (Tricolor), Asteroid Black metallic x Accurate Silver Metallic. Dark candy orange/Black, Black, White Orange, white


Physical Specs
Width 720 mm 700 mm --
Height 1,127 mm 1,130 mm 800 mm
Length 2,032 mm 2,090 mm --
Weight 167 kg 18 kg 145 kg

Overview
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Special Features Powerful 250cc engine.
Combined Anti-lock Brake system.
Blue LCD instrument panel.
Integrated sporty cowling.
Comfortable riding position.
Single shock pre-load adjustable rear suspension.
Elegant muffler accentuates the side view.
Wide tubeless tyres.
Stylish tail light.
5 Spoke aluminum cast wheel.
v Twin Engine,8 valve DOHC
Brightness adjustable digital dash
Adjustable rear seats
Adjustable front brake lever
Tubless tyres
Alloy wheel 17inch
Spoty riding
Twin projector head lamp
Double disc front brake
Equipped with Anti-Locking Brake System.
95% new components.
Easily manageable.
Low Fuel consumption.
Two overhead camshafts four valves actuated by DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) coated finger followers.
Dynamic cornering function.
Powerful engine.
Forged piston.
Liquid cooling system, continuous circulation of cooling liquid with water pump.
Cutting Edge Fuel Injection technology by BOSCH.
Taller Gearing for hugh spped long rides.
Low Friction Nikasil Coated cylinder.
Steel Trellis Orange Frame
Orange Alloy Wheels



Pros and Cons
Pros Performance
Handling
Comfort
Ride quality
Racy athletic styling
Twin projector headlights
Sound
ABS
Affordable pricing
Maneuverable
Cons Tail-lamp looks horrible, should have had a better design
Should have had better built quality
Should have come with better performance
Overpriced
Riding comfort is not cool
No traction control
Not for long rides
Looks like the Duke 200

User Comments
hyosung is the perfect
By Sourabh Shukla on 24-12-2013
I guess its Hyosung Gt250r but can't underestimate the KTM 390 Duke
By James on 16-04-2014
Hyosung GT 250 is the best bike
By Indranil Karmakar on 27-01-2015
Which one do you think is better? And why?
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