Hyosung Exiv 250 has been spotted on the road probably for testing before going to be launched. The overall look of the bike is quite ‘edgy’ as of there is many edges of the bike’s body. The tank and the front shroud shows a cyber-like design with that sharp styling. On my first observation, it also looks a little bit like the KTM RC8 styling.
Rear suspension is handled by the monoshock system but at acute angle like the one as used in Kawasaki ER-6. This kind of rear monoshock setup are popular in naked bike category as it is exposed and shows the street-cred it is looking for. The exhaust system is the short and stubby type like the one we have seen in Yamaha XJ-6. This will give a good kind of style that naked bike should be. The chassis is unmistakenly Trellis Frame in the color white that complements the overall ‘purity’ looks of the bike. Continue reading “Spyshots: Hyosung (Naza) Exiv 250 spotted – rumored RM13-14k”
Naza Blade 250, 250R and 650R are a great line-up from Naza for bikers on tight budget. The price are much affordable compared to other bikes on the same category. The specs are also good with 75 degree V-twin engine for the 250 and 90 degree V-twin engine for the 650. Front brakes comes with double disc for the R model which should helps in terms of 100-0km/h range. The front forks is upside down type which helps to minimise the unsprung weight (the weight that not attached to the chassis). Not just that, the engine is DOHC and EFI equipped. Very high specced bike for a very little price.
I think this is the comparison that 250 riders are looking for and thankfully Motorcycle Consumer News have compiled this comprehensive comparison which is in my opinion is the best comparison ever written for these 3 bikes.
Let me spills the beans here, 2011 Honda CBR250R wins.