Precisely the most impressive cruiser in the segment. Unbelievably, the most powerful machine in its class. The 2013 Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro is exclusively born to cruise and to be cruised. Bolted with magnificent performance, exceptional handling and stunning modern sport-styling, the bi-wheeler becomes a miraculous experience to motor-maniacs. It's the pure exoneration of a cruiser for being a cruiser-only. This machine binds up both comfortable cruising and powerful biking making it to be almost entangled as a sportsbike.
Remarkable reconnaissance is a must for premium two wheelers. Hyosung has crafted things to be spotted in to the next level of appearance. Being low and longingly stretched, the GV650 Aquila Pro tunes to be a cruiser. Mated with a chrome finished exhaust that is joined from two ends figures out a monster ambiance to it. Finished with black everywhere on the engine and on the wheels, the machine pretends to be a sportsbike. Its 3 spoke alloy wheel at both ends and a dual hydraulic disc brake at front and a single hydraulic disc brake at rear sum up the motorcycle to be a more cruiser. And the LED tail lamp adds beauty to it.
No wonders, if the giant resemblances the Harley Davidson V Rod VRSCDX Night Rod Special. The GV650 Aquila Pro exhibits at certain angles.
Being pumped up by a 647 cc, 4 Stroke, DOHC, 4 Valve, V-Twin 90 degree, Water cooled engine, the motorcycle produces a maximum power of 74 bhp @ 9000 rpm and enormous torque of 62.1 Nm @ 7500 rpm. Having synced with a 5 Speed constant mesh transmission, Hyosung discloses more possibilities for city driving. To make the journey a bit more comfortable and effortless, telescopic front suspension and hydraulic rear shock absorber will be assisting. Though the machine seems bulky, it owns only 240 kg which makes it much maneuverable.
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The GV 650 Aquila Pro is a powerful, stylish 650cc motorcycle in the cruiser segment. The GV 650 has very aggressive looks and style, that will make a very distinct and bold statement on roads and highways.
The GV 650 Aquila Pro is powered by a 647 cc, 4 Stroke, DOHC, 4 Valve, V-Twin 90 degree, Water cooled engine. The GV 650 produces a maximum power of 74 bhp @ 9000 rpm and a maximum torque of 62.1 Nm @ 7500 rpm. The GV 650 has a 5-speed constant mesh transmission. The GV 650 is tuned to make highway rides and city rides a very pleasurable experience.
The front suspension of the GV 650 is Telescopic while the rear suspension is done one with a Hydraulic double shock absorber. The breaking of the GV 650 is done with Hydraulic double disc brake while the rear suspension is done with hydraulic single disc brake. the overall weight of the bike is 240 kg.
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