Hyosung GT650R

Hyosung GT650R


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 4,79,000
* Delhi. May vary.


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Bike Variant Hyosung GT650R
Availability Status in India Available
2-Wheeler Type Sports
Latest Price in India Hyosung GT650R is priced at INR 4.79 lakh in India (Ex-showroom).
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Titanium White, Titanium Black
Official Tagline Sheer Racing Style
Vehicle Overview Hyosung GT650R offers excellent performance under a strict budget. It comes with an attractive price tag of INR 4.79 lakh and uses a typical sport bike design with Hayabusa like curves. GT650R uses a 647 cc, twin cylinder, liquid cooled and fuel injected engine producing 72.68 BHP and 60.9 Nm of torque. The best part is its top speed of 210 kmph while the worst is is outdated instrument console. It rivals Kawasaki Ninja 650 and Benelli TNT600i in its segment. Hyosung GT650N is a naked version based on the same bike, offering the same benefits at a much lower price of INR 3.87 lakh.
Engine Details 4 Stroke, DOHC 8 Valve 90 degree V-Twin 647 CC, Water Cooled
Fuel System Fuel Injection
Cooling Liquid Cooling
Engine cc (Displacement) 647 cc
Maximum Power 72.68 BHP @ 9000 rpm
Maximum Torque 60.9 Nm @ 7500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 2
Bore 81.5 mm
Stroke 62 mm
Cylinder Configuration V-Twin
Number of Gears 6
Clutch Wet, Multi plate
Mileage 15-18 kmpl (Approx.)
Front Brake 300mm Hydraulic double disc brake
Rear Brake 230mm Hydraulic single disc brake
Front Tyre 120/60 17 55W
Rear Tyre 160/60 17 69 W
Wheel Type Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
0-100 kmph 5.50 secs
Front Suspension Inverted Telescopic
Rear Suspension Progressive Linkage Hydraulic Mono shock absorber
Overall Length 2095 mm
Overall Width 700 mm
Overall Height 1135 mm
Ground Clearance 165 mm
Seat Height 830 mm
Wheelbase 1445 mm
Kerb Weight 215 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 17 litres
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Analog
Trip Meter Digital-2
Fuel Gauge Digital
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat

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Hyosung GT650R Review

04 Jun, 2016 02:27 AM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

Midsize sports bikes are getting pace in India and Hyosung GT650R is also one of them. This bike has been specially crafted by Hyosung to take on Kawasaki Ninja 650R in our Indian bike market. Let’s get in to the detailing of this bike to know about its exclusive features.

Design and Style

Hyosung GT650R has twin projector lamps at its front which gels up well with its neatly designed front cowl. Hyosung have elegantly played with its front fairing which flaunts eye catching lines on it. The transparent visor also enhances the visual appeal of this bike and makes it look V-shaped when seen from the front. The black colored rear view mirrors are mounted on its fairing which also carries the clear lens side indicators. The bike has a fatty front tyre and fender which makes its presence prominent. The side fairing of this bike is partly black in color and comes with a small integrated under cowl. It has an elegantly designed fuel tank which looks similar to most its siblings. The sporty decals on its side fairing and rear cowl adds sporty feel to this bike. The split seats and split grab rail also enhance the beauty of this bike. Its full size up-swept partly black colored silencer goes well with the overall styling of this bike. The bike looks best when seen from the back; it has a broad rear tyre which gives it a naked look with extended fender and small LED tail light.

Instrument Console

The bike is stuffed with a combined analogue digital meter console. A round shaped pod houses its analogue tachometer while it features a LCD for its digital speedometer, odometer, 2-trip meter and Fuel gauge. You can also adjust the brightness of this LCD. All the essential LED indicators are placed around this LCD.

Engine and Gearbox

Hyosung GT650R is powered by a V-twin, 647 cc, two-cylinder, four-stroke, liquid cooled, eight-valve, DOHC engine and mated to a six-speed transmission. The maximum power produced by this motor is 72.68 bhp at 9000 rpm and peak torque is 60.9 Nm at 7500 rpm. The fuel tank capacity of Hyosung GT650R is 17 litres. This 8 valve engine is mated with a six speed manual gearbox with one gear down and five gears up-shift pattern.

Acceleration and Performance

This V-twin engine is stuffed with enough power and its six speed gearbox effectively uses this power. The engine uses most of the power at low rpms which means great pick up and instant throttle response. The gear ratios are very short so that you never wait for the power delivery. The bike does 0-100km/hr in less than 8 seconds and has the potential to go pass the speed of 175km/hr. The engine remains really calm and impressive at high rpms. There is negligible harshness in this engine when you rev this bike hard. Usually, short gear ratios means frequent gear shifting but thanks to its ample amount of torque the bike manages to keep the momentum at slow speeds in big gears. It performs best between 3000-8000rpm. The power tapers off as soon as 8000rpm and after that there is nothing much left in this engine. The bike feels best for city usage where you can move quickly through the traffic. It’s also good on highways but the bike can’t stand the high end performance of Ninja 650R. The gear transitions are very smooth and the gear ratios also feel well matched. The only problem arises while overtaking where you need strong high speed grunt which is missing in this bike.


Don’t expect this bike return more than 20km/ltr on highways while figures are even worse in city conditions.

Comfort while Driving

Hyosung have made sure that you get maximum comfort while driving. They have well-padded the split seat and the rider never gets disturbed by the pillion at the back. GT650R sports rear set foot-pegs which help you to get a sporty riding posture which boosts your confidence around corners. It offers a firm grip which helps you to steer it accurately at high speeds. Its macho fuel tank gives you nice hold of this bike by letting your knees stick around it properly.

Storage Space and Safety features

You look for safety features rather than storage space in sports bikes. GT650R has powerful projector headlights which gives you clear vision at night and features full time floating brake callipers at front for safe braking.

Suspension and Brakes

Hyosung GT650R has high class suspension system which features adjustable telescopic forks at its front and swing arm with hydraulic mono shock absorber at its back. Both wheels of GT650R are equipped with hydraulic disc brakes. The front wheel sports twin discs of 300mm while it has a single disc of 230mm at its back.

Ride and Handling

The bike has been designed to be stable and comfortable in terms of ride and handling. The bike has a long wheelbase of 1445mm which sheds the actual weight of this bike by making it tremendously stable at high speeds and sharp corners. Its ground clearance of 130mm makes it quite stable on highways and it’s quite evident while shifting lanes frequently. Its adjustable suspension also confirms that bike never goes out of control and also manages to digest most of the bumps easily. The hydraulic brakes work accurately and provide precise braking. The bike handles really fast in city traffic and never loose contact with road thanks to its fatty tyres which also hold it really well at uneven surfaces.


Hyosung GT650R is available in three shades: Titanium White, Titanium Black and Titanium Red.


Hyosung GT650R will cost you around INR 4.79 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi (approx., may vary)). This bike is cheaper than its only competitor by a good margin. It looks good, offers impressive performance and comes with incredible ride and handling. We think it’s a value for money bike but one can easily challenge its worthiness as it resembles a lot to its younger sibling which is far cheaper than it and displays poor high end performance which might keep serious racers away from it.


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Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for Hyosung GT650R
I want to buy a 650cc bike, which one is better - Hyosung GT650R or Kawasaki Ninja 650?
29 December 2022 05:47
Both the bikes are good at their work and the stats show them nearly equal in performance. The Ninja 650R comes with a 649cc, 71 BHP engine whereas the GT650R comes with a 647 cc, 72.68 BHP engine. Both the bikes are awesome performers with the Ninja being 4 kg lighter to the rival. When it comes to riding quality, the Kawasaki Ninja has been a famous name for the quality it brings to its race bikes whereas Hyosung offers a good value for money approach. Kawasaki brings 3 NM more torque than the GT650R and i will suggest you to go for the Ninja 650R. It comes with much better riding dynamics and seating, making it good for every short and long ride.

Kawasaki Ninja 650R - Fun. Aggessive. Easy.

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Adarsh - | 4 years ago
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Except for the slight lag felt after shifting into higher gear if you have not revved higher in the lower gear, bike is an all-rounder!!!

Best Features: Styling and Riding Position.

Pros: Aggressive looks, stability, torquey engine, riding position, dual head lamps.

Cons: No ABS, build quality of shockers, gear spacing giving pickup lag

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Hyosung GT650R Comments

User Comments
Volga Piulia
7 years ago

whats your opinion on benelli 600 i ?

ronit jaiswal
10 years ago

Awsome bike superb handling nd lets nt even tlk bout speed its a beast

10 years ago

Yeahh!! I want thizz byk,,but I think my pocket'll slap me badly.

10 years ago

The Hyosung GT650R gets new 3 tone colors, a combination of red, white and black. The alloy bits on the bike complement its overall charm, however quality and plastic fit-and-finish round the dash and indicators area unit rough, with jagged edges that should be higher on a bike that belongs to the current upmarket section.

10 years ago

y 650 !!! y not 600 !!! u cant even get the bike into GP man !!! think about it !!!

muhammad s. druz ali
10 years ago

is this bike already available in the philippines?how much phil. money equivalent?

11 years ago

Fuckers release Gt650 r ASAP cant wait to book

11 years ago

not a good bike

Sudhakar Mishra
11 years ago

I'm gonna own one very soon.

swapnil nate
11 years ago

gt 650 r is definately raw power , once riden you guys will enjoy the power feel...

Saptaswa Charan Rakshit
11 years ago

i dont think this is a very good option when the kawasaki 650r is bing sold at nearly 50000 Rs less. and with kawasaki quality and durability is more or less guaranteed.

11 years ago

Korean products are Value for Money products, being 30 to 40% less expensive to comparable Japanese Products because Japanese products are Superior in product Quality and Very high in Global and Indian Brand appeal. Hyosung is nothing but a Suzuki Collaborated product and its Korean version. The products will find market if they are sold at the right prices, not at such high prices.

anug royal
12 years ago

looking like a alteration bike n not a company made,if hyosung is a china company den pls dnt prefer guys

12 years ago

my next bike after ninja 250

swapnil nate
12 years ago

hyosung should do some thing to modify their exhaust silenser to remove aqostic plate. then you will enjoy real vrooom.

tejas zeltrax
12 years ago

If I dont go 4 brand name
den my bike wont hav any value

hiren p
12 years ago

Good looking than yamaha R6 and handling either y to go only for brand go with technical spec and looks too.

kamal arora
12 years ago

Amazing ride and a jewel to own..  I love every moment of riding it..

ram kumar
12 years ago

Grt bike, good looking than yamaha r6 and technically very strong too. The thing is that it is 50,000 rs less than R6.

cyril gomez
12 years ago

But if  I had 6 lakhs for a byk why wud I go for hyosung over yamaha r 6 ?

chetan makhija
12 years ago

Hyosung GT650R is gr8 bike but its highly priced.

nej khan
12 years ago

Hey! Hyosung must launch it 250 & 150cc series bike? what?

Shrey Soni
12 years ago

Hyosung GT650 is awesome Bike, they should launch more bikes like this in India

Sumit G
12 years ago

Hyosung GT650R is just tremendously awesome!

Annhilator Swaroop
12 years ago

Still Ninja looks better!!!

kamlesh Gehlot
12 years ago

I like this bike bcoz the design is very much better than other bikes & its look like a jannat.

Vishnu Vishnu
13 years ago

I will go for Ninja than this bike.

Vinn S
13 years ago

Korean bike very low in quality,,plz watch well before u buy.

Sudhakar Mishra
13 years ago

Egerly waiting for this one...looks promising!

Nilesh Surve
13 years ago

Can u please update this post with more closup photos of bike????

Thanx in advance.

Sameer Darshan
13 years ago

Pl let me know when it is available in Our Market

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