Hyosung Bobber 300

Should Hyosung return with Bobber?

Hyosung could be planning a comeback with its GV 300 S Bobber which they will sell in Europe and could usher the brand back into other markets such as Australia. The Korean manufacturer began in 1966 and stormed into our market about 10 years ago with good quality learner-approved models and attractive pricing. Australian importers …

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Hyosung GT650R

Hyosung recalls GT650R over oil leak

PS Importers has issued a voluntary recall for the Hyosung GT650R over an issue with an oil leak. The notice, issued through the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, says there is a possibility that an engine oil-way blanking plug may become dislodged. “If the blanking plug is dislodged oil, will leak from the engine and …

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Novice rider reviews Hyosung GT250R

Brisbane novice rider Lyle Herbert reviews his 2007 Hyosung GT250R. Riders are invited to review their bikes and email them for publication. Some people will think me a crazy person for having bought a Hyosung. I’m not going lie, it was cheap. I bought it for $900 with 9000km, no registration and no roadworthy certificate. It …

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Hyosung muscle cruiser for production?

  Korean motorcycle company Hyosung needs an injection of new blood and, thankfully, it looks like it is about to get some. Together with Indian joint venture partner DSK, their hot-blooded ST7 Concept Cruiser looks like being revealed as a production bike at the Milan Motorcycle show in November. How close it is to the …

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Hyosung GD250N

Hyosung GD250 tipped for Australia

Hyosung needs a new model to rescue its aging fleet in Australia. And the GD250 could be just the bike to put the Korean company back on the shopping list. Sales were down 30.6% last year to 992 in Australia, so something new is desperately needed to lift the jaded fleet of learner-approved 250cc and …

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