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Hyosung Slashes Prices!

Hyosung Australia have just announced price cuts of up to $1300 across a number of its learner friendly models. Australia's robust economy has provided significant pricing advantages for Aussie riders and Hyosung has made it clear they will continue to pass these savings on. The savings on the GT series and the GV250 cruiser, are in addition to savings announced earlier in March for the entire Aquila 650 cruiser family.

"We have the most powerful LAMS bike on the market, that are full sized and come in a variety of models to suit all riders, and they are now even more affordable" said Hyosung Sales Manager Brendon Roberts. He added "Seriously, there has never been a better time to get on a Hyosung".

The price reductions' are effective immediately.

New MLP Pricing
2011 Model Year
GV250 Was $5990 Now $5490
GT250R Was $5990 Now $5490
GT650 Was $7990 Now $6990
GT650S Was $8590 Now $7290
GT650R Was $8990 Now $7990

The Manufacturers List Price (MLP) is the component to which other components must be added to calculate a single or ride-away price. Components can include but are not necessarily limited to Registration, CTP, Stamp Duty, Dealer Delivery fee, Transport etc.

About Hyosung
Founded in 1978 as a division of the massive Hyosung Group, Hyosung Motors & Machinery began producing motorcycle designs under license for the South Korean market in 1979. In 1986, Hyosung established its own research and development centre in Japan and, the following year, began mass production of its own deigns. Hyosung was the official motorcycle supplier for the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. In 2003, Hyosung Motors & Machinery was spun off from the Hyosung Group and remained its own corporate entity until it was recently absorbed into one of the biggest companies in South Korea – S&T Motors. S&T's goal is simple: to become one of the major players in the global motorcycle industry. The massive company is committed to strengthening its international competitiveness through a vigorous research and development process. In just 20 years, Hyosung has made a highly successful transition from producing simple, efficient bikes for commuting into the highly competitive recreational market.


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