2010 Hyosung GV 250
Hyosung Aquila GV250By (I am an Owner) on Sep 22, 2012
I have had my Hyosung for 8 months today and already have clocked up 12,000 kms!
I love riding it heaps. It is my first bike as I only learnt to ride a bike late last year. I can highly recommend this bike for short ladies who want to learn to ride in style and comfort. 10/10 for me!
Awesome bike!By (I am an Owner) on May 01, 2012
I bought this bike about a month and a half ago, and haven't stopped riding it since. I take it out in the city and the country, and it performs beautifully.
Because it's only a 250cc, I get amazing gas mileage and cheap insurance rates (about $600 a year in Ontario, Canada, with ... an M2 licence).
I intent to move up to the Hyosung GV650 next year, but I absolutely love this bike and recommend it to any beginners or women who want something that looks bad-ass (way bigger than most other 250ccs), turns heads, runs smooth, and turns heads.
great little bikeBy (I am an Owner) on Jul 17, 2010
ive owned a gv250 for about 5 months now, its a great little bike. ive driven the the length of ireland on it. i upgraded from a hyosung gv125. some say parts are hard to get, which is completely untrue. parts are easily gotten and are extremely cheap. hyosung is still not recognised as a worthy ... contender over here yet, however i guarantee in the next few years they will outsell most of the main brands. i often have a pillion on the back too and they all say that its extemely comfortable. top speed is 140km solo and 120km with a pillion. if only they made a gv500!
noneBy (I am an Enthusiast) on Apr 14, 2010
I test drove a Hyosung 250. For a 250cc, it had real good pick up. It is also fuel injected.Great price for a cruiser.