Hyosung Mirage 250 V-Twin Cruiser To Approach India By Kinetic Motoroyale
Hyosung’s reign to be taken by Kinetic group in India from DSK Motowheels, after their mutual financial problems. Kinetic plans to retain the existing network of Hyosung dealers as well as start selling its motorcycles through Motoroyale showrooms.
The current confabulation unveils that Hyosung Mirage 250 cruiser will replace the obsolete Hyosung Aquila. Contrary to Classic Retro looking Aquila, the Mirage will come with a more urban street design. The Aquila 250 merchandised for around Rs 2.75 Lakhs so the Mirage 250 might be priced around Rs 3 Lakhs.
Hyosung Mirage 250 Design
Hyosung Mirage goes with minimalism as a theme and gets a sharper urban design language featuring with stubby front and rear mudguards teardrop-shaped fuel tank. The Mirage 250 traits a single-pod instrument console below which sits a round headlight with LED position lamps, and the taillight is an LED unit as well. The riding posture will be slightly sporty as is usually the case with most cruisers of this style because it gets equipped with a shorter Cow horns handlebar.
The Hyosung Mirage 250 with the tear-drop shaped fuel tank,. It gets the ‘cow-horn’ handlebars which give the cruiser more sporty look. Features onboard include a single-pod instrument console, iconic round headlights, LED position lamps and LED tail lights.
Hyosung Mirage 250 Mileage
The Aquila 250 had a fuel tank capacity of 14.1 litres whereas the Mirage 250 has a larger 15-litre unit. The estimated mileage of the bike is going to be around 27 KMPL, as Hyosung claims of a 400 km total riding range. For a 250cc V-Twin engine bike, a mileage figure of around 27 kmpl is well enough.
Hyosung Mirage 250 Engine
The engine produces 25.8 hp at 9,000 rpm and 21.7 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm. In comparison to the Aquila 250 whose power output stood at 26.5hp and 21Nm although the Mirage’s power plant is, as you can tell, slightly torquier and is expected to offer better refinement levels as well.
Hyosung Mirage 250 Wheel Details
Employing a 19-inch wheel at the front and a 16-inch wheel at the back is another vital change in the Mirage whereas the Aquila sported a 16/15-inch combination. Braking hardware has also been updated with a 300mm front disc, the rear-end also gets a disc and dual-channel ABS is standard. The frame has been suspended on a telescopic fork and twin shock absorbers.
Hyosung Mirage 250 brake system
For braking, it will use front and rear disc brakes with dual-channel ABS as standard fitment. In the front, Hyosung Mirage gets a telescopic suspension and in the rear, it gets twin-shock absorbers. Also, when compared to the Aquila, the Mirage 250 sports a bigger tire set.
Currently, The Mirage 250 has no competition as such. Earlier also, the Aquila was alone in that price range. However, a lot of other bikes have come up in that price range. These bikes include BMW G310 twins, Ninja 300, Benelli TNT 300 and more such bikes. If the bike is going to cost around Rs 3 Lakhs, then it will compete with these bikes.
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