The Kinetic Hyosung Comet 25o is expected to priced
at Rs. 2 lakhs. The price will thus be a tad more than
the Kinetic Aquila, which was priced at around Rs 1.5
And you will most probably have to book the Hyonsung
Comet in advance at a Kinetic dealer. The Comet 250
motorcycle is not expected to be available in small
towns, so its time to make a beeline to that Kinetic
dealer in the nearest big city! Initially, the Comet
will be available in only 15 cities around the country.
Only 1000 units of the Kinetic Hyosung Comet will be
imported initially. Once the Kinetic Comet hits Indian
streets, it will be the king of the road among
motorcycles. The crown is currently held by a narrow
margin by the Hero Honda Karizma motorcycle.
The Kinetic Hyosung Comet's design is inspired by the
Ducati Monstro, and is a small and confy bike, with a
sporty stance. The wheelbase is 1455 mm. The front forks
are massive, and are borrowed from the Hyosung Comet
650. Now that is a motorcycle that is not going to come
to India in the near future!
Other known specifications of the Kinetic Hyosung
Comet are as follows:
150 / 70x17 tyres
10000 rpm max.
Estimated top speed - 125 kmph
Watch this page for the latest updates on the Comet
and the latest available photos.