Hyosung has become the leading motorcycle manufacturer from Korea since its inception in 1978. A cooperative agreement with Suzuki Motor Corp of Japan in 1979 helped it get its feet on the ground to where annual production approaches 200,000 units and it has a 40% share in its home market. It has imported small and mid-sized motorcycles to the U.S. for the past several years. Hyosung Motors & Machinery Inc also specializes in the production of automotive parts and components.
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Yamaha’s Star V Star 250 faces off against the Hyosung GV250 Aquila in our quarter-liter cruise-off!
At first glance, the Hyosung GV250 Aquila looks like a full-sized cruiser, but with a quarter-liter engine and a quarter-liter price.