DSK Hyosung Aquila 250 launch at Auto Expo 2014: The Real Cruiser India price Rs 2,69,000 (ex sh Delhi)
India Auto Expo 2014 saw ‘The Real Cruiser’ launch today with DSK Hyosung Aquila 250 luxury cruiser in the 250cc segment. Powered with a V twin-cylinder, oil-cooled DOHC 8-valve engine, Aquila 250 engine produces 26.21Bhp of max power at 9500 rpm, and 21.37 Nm of max torque at 7000 rpm.
Available at a price of Rs 2,69,000/- (Delhi Ex showroom), Aquila 250 on the exterior impresses with alloy wheels and engine parts finished in chrome. Finished in two-toned colour, its wide convenient seating doesn’t go amiss at first view.
Aquila 250 functions on a telescopic front suspension and hydraulic dual shock absorbers at the rear. The 250cc segment – Aquila 250 embodies seamless design lines, two-toned colour element, and high comfort quotient.
Aquila 250 tech specs:
Engine: 4 Stroke, DOHC 8 Valve 75O V-Twin 249 CC, Oil Cooled
Max Power: 26.21 BHP @ 9500 rpm
Max Torque: 21.37 Nm @ 7000 rpm
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection
Transmission: 5 Speed Constant Mesh
Dimensions-L x W x H: 2282 x 875 x 1096 mm
Wheel Base: 1515 mm
Brake: F: Hydraulic disc brake
R: Mechanical Drum Brake
Suspension F : Telescopic
R : Hydraulic Double Shock Absorber
Alongwith Aquila 250, DSK Hyosung Auto Expo pavilion displays RT125 D (125 cc), GD 250 N (250 cc) and Comet 250 (250 cc). Scroll down for more image gallery.
Shirish Kulkarni Chairman, DSK Hyosung said: “This is the first time we are participating at this mega auto event; we wanted to mark our entry with oodles of luxury, style and performance and decided that the best way to do it was to introduce The Real Cruiser – The Aquila 250. This luxury cruiser is the first-of-its kind in the Indian market and will offer unparallel ride quality, performance, cruiser comfort and stability for speed connoisseurs. Apart from Aquila 250, we are also showcasing three of our future bikes – The RT 125 D, GD 250N and Comet 250 (250 cc) that will give a glimpse into the brand’s vision in terms of superior design, engineering and technological advancement.”
Mr. Kulkarni further added: “As per industry reports, the Indian superbike market has grown manifold and is doubling almost every two years despite the economic gloom and fall in domestic demand. Characterized by the world’s youngest population under 35 years that typically enjoys global lifestyle, tastes and preferences that match their style, India offers huge potential for high-end superbike manufacturers. Our introductions mirror the brand’s commitment to the Indian market and the relentless pursuit to offer the best in super biking experience and innovation in design and technology. From cutting edge sports bikes to retro-classics and sports cruisers, our product portfolio offers something for everyone in the super biking segment.”