Test Hyosung GV 650 Aquila

Test Hyosung GV 650 Aquila


E.A good product is always more than just the sum of its ingredients. Pouring together tequila, orange and lemon juice as well as grenadine and ice cubes does not necessarily result in a good Tequila Sunrise, the mixing ratio is crucial. Due to this fact, one can look forward to the qualities of the Korea cruiser.

The Aquila looks as if the developers had dismantled the top cruisers from Harley and the four Japanese, mixed their individual parts wildly and then blindly reassembled them.
For example, the instrument panel and frame are reminiscent of the Harley V-Rod, while the headlights and upside-down fork could be donated to Honda’s VTX 1800
have the cowbells between the
Cylinders are from Kawasaki’s VN 2000
known. The seat and stern were taken from Suzuki’s Intruder M 1600, and last but not least, Yamaha’s Road Star Warrior inspired the toothed belt drive and the howitzer format exhaust.
The Koreans go for the drive
own ways. A V2 provides propulsion, as is typical of the genre, but with a modest 650 cm3 total working volume. In a world of individual cubic capacities of up to one liter, they do not generate any storms of enthusiasm. That is more the price, which at 6,995 euros is half or even a third of the design donors. And thus in the range of the Yamaha Drag Star 650 and Kawasaki VN 800.
For the money you get a representative of the “long and low” concept with plenty of chrome-plated plastic. Low is the seat height of 69 centimeters, while the pilot’s arms are long-
should fall because the handlebars are far from the
Driver distant and also very wide
is. Turning maneuvers therefore also fail-
under simply too short arm length. As for the driving characteristics, is
the Aquila a worthy representative of its kind. It takes a lot of effort to turn into curves, there can be no talk of agility, the minimal one fits with that
Ground clearance. The straight line, however, is ?? A matter of honor ?? flawless.
The carburettor-fed 90-degree V2 looks a bit out of place in this environment: It wants to be turned, offers little steam in the lower speed range, but produces plenty of vibrations. The ratio is reversed from around 6000 rpm. It’s just a shame that a switching operation sometimes gets stuck in the game of deflection. How fast you are on the road can only be guessed at when the sun is shining, the display is then hardly readable.
The chassis plays along as long as it goes over reasonably level ground. The fork responds quite insensitively, and the damping of the rear shock absorbers got worse
too soft. The brake
however, the front Dop are without blame-
pelscheibe goes to work powerfully and with little hand strength. The processing is neat where-
you can see from a number of components that they shouldn’t cost a lot. The Koreans still have some fine-tuning to do. Then the ingredients could turn into a tasty cocktail. sgl

Technical data – Hyosung GV 650 Aquila

Engine: water-cooled two-cylinder four-stroke 90-degree V-engine, two overhead, chain-driven camshafts, four valves per cylinder, constant pressure carburetor,
Ø 39 mm, uncontrolled catalytic converter with secondary air system, five-speed gearbox, toothed belt.
Bore x stroke 81.5 x 62.0 mm
Cubic capacity 647 cm3

Rated output 52 kW (71 hp) at 9000 rpm
Max. Torque 62 Nm at 7000 rpm
Chassis: bridge frame made of steel,
Upside-down fork, Ø 41 mm, two spring struts, double disc brake at the front, Ø 300 mm, double-piston floating calipers, disc brake at the rear, Ø 270 mm, two-piston fixed caliper.
Tires 120/70 ZR 18; 180/55 ZR 17

Dimensions and weights: wheelbase 1700 mm, seat height * 690 mm, weight with a full tank * 243 kg, payload * 168 kg, tank capacity 16 liters.

Two year guarantee
Colors blue, silver, black
Price including additional costs 6995 euros

MOTORCYCLE measurements

Top speed1 191 km / h

0 100 km / h 4.5 sec
0 ?? 140 km / h 8.7 sec

60 ?? 100 km / h 5.7 sec
100 ?? 140 km / h 6.9 sec

Consumption in the test
Country road 5.7 l / 100 km

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