|Engine||249 cc (15.2 cu in) air-cooled (2005-2009) / oil-cooled (2010-present) four-stroke V-twin|
|Top speed||180 km/h (110 mph)|
|Power||28 bhp (21 kW)|
32.1 hp (23.9 kW) @ 10,500 rpm
|Torque||16.7 lb⋅ft (22.6 N⋅m) @ 8000 rpm (claimed)|
15.7 lb⋅ft (21.3 N⋅m) @ 6,740 rpm
|Suspension||Front: 51 mm (2.0 in) USD Forks|
Rear: Mono Shock, Pre-Load Adjustable
|Brakes||Front: Single/Twin (R only)|
|Tires||Front: 110/70-17 54H|
Rear: 150/60-17 69H
|Wheelbase||1,445 mm (56.9 in)|
|Dimensions||L: 2,080 mm (82 in)|
W: 655 mm (25.8 in)
H: 1,090 mm (43 in)
|Seat height||780 mm (31 in)|
|Weight||188 kg (414 lb) (claimed) (dry)|
187.7 kg (414 lb) (wet)
|Fuel capacity||17 l (3.7 imp gal; 4.5 US gal)|
|Fuel consumption||3.8 L/100 km; 74 mpg‑imp (62 mpg‑US)|
|Related||Hyosung Comet Series|
The Hyosung GT250R is a 249 cc (15.2 cu in) motorcycle manufactured by Hyosung Motors & Machinery Inc. It entered the market in 2005, offering a 250 cc class sport bike with a frame similar in size to Hyosung's larger GT650 sport bike.
The GT250R comes stock with a 249 cc V-twin engine. The Hyosung V-twin engine was designed in Hamamatsu Japan by a design team consisting of engineers who have previously worked in the research and development teams of Suzuki. Technical features include roller bearing camshafts, two-piece spring dampened bevel silent primary drive gears, dual squish combustion chambers. It utilizes a DOHC eight-valve engine configuration. Twin downdraft Mikuni carburetors were standard until 2008, when fuel injection became available. Cycle World tested the GT250R's acceleration at 0 to 97 km/h (0 to 60 mph) in 7.6 seconds and 0.0 to 0.4 km (0 to 1⁄4 mi) in 16.06 seconds at 128.89 km/h (80.09 mph).
The GT250R's recorded fuel consumption is 3.4 L/100 km (83 mpg‑imp; 69 mpg‑US) in comparison to 4.59 L/100 km (61.5 mpg‑imp; 51.2 mpg‑US) recorded on the Kawasaki Ninja 250R. This allows the GT250R 500 km (310 mi) range from its 17 l (3.7 imp gal; 4.5 US gal) fuel tank. Motorcyclist and Cycle World recorded 3.8 L/100 km; 74 mpg‑imp (62 mpg‑US).
Suspension and handling
Non-adjustable 51 mm inverted forks are combined with a twin-spar steel frame to provide improved handling. Stock suspension setting is firm, providing stability through corners. Although commonly found only in larger sized sport bikes, the Hyosung GT250R comes standard with a 300 mm front disc setup using twin-piston calipers. Rear brakes is a single 230 mm disc.
2010 model changes
Electronic fuel injection will be standard on all of Hyosung's 2010 GTxxx models. Not only that it will also receive oil cooler as standard rather than air cooled.
- Burns, John (March 2013), "$hootout at the 4k Corral; Honda CBR250R vs Hyosung GT250R vs Kawasaki Ninja 300", Cycle World, pp. 34–39
- Henning, Ari (May 20, 2011), Honda CBR250R vs. Hyosung GT250R vs. Kawasaki Ninja 250R
- Garneau, Michel (February 21, 2009), "2008 Hyosung GT250R", Cycle Canada
- Model information, Hyosung, retrieved 2009-08-23
- 2010 Hyosung restlye http://www.autoevolution.com/news/2010-hyosung-motorcycles-get-injected-for-australia-9638.html
- 2010 Hyosung GT250R FI - Press Release, retrieved 2009-09-07