HUNDAI TULIP 80
- Pros and Cons:
- The Hundai Tulip 80 comes with its positives and negatives.
- Good rear suspension.
- Good brakes.
- Fuel efficiency.
- Low power.
Commuter bikes such as the Hundai Tulip 80 can easily be found on the busy streets of Bangladesh. The reason is simple: cost effective. People go for such bikes, simply because they save people a lot of money. People who only see as bikes as modes of transport find these bikes very attractive. These bikes cost less, are easy to maintain, and have low running cost.
Hundai is a Chinese motorcycle brand. Hundai bikes are imported by Rupsha Trading Corporation. Rupsha Trading is also responsible for Zongshen motorcycles in Bangladesh. They import most of these bikes in CKD conditions and then assemble them here in Bangladesh. Rupsha is one of the oldest motorcycle manufacturers of the country. They have made a serious name for themselves in the motorcycle industry of Bangladesh.
The Hundai Tulip 80 gets a very simple design. The design seems a lot like that of a neo-retro bike. The bike gets a square headlight with a halogen bulb. The taillight and indicators are also bulb types. The bike also comes with a long seat and simple design. The rider and pillion sections are separated by a small bump which replicates split seat design.
The Hundai Tulip 80 also gets a very simple and minimalistic instrument cluster. The instrument cluster contains a speedometer, fuel gauge and other necessary indicators. The bike also has a grabrail at the rear.
The design of the Hundai Tulip 80 is quite sporty. The tank section gets quite a few edges, which make it look slightly sporty. The exhaust design is also quite good, as it comes with chrome plating. The headlight makes the bike look like a beast.
The Hundai Tulip 80 comes with a very fuel-efficient engine. The fuel economy of this bike is expected to be around 60kmpl. The engine is also quite powerful compared to the fuel efficiency.
The Hundai Tulip 80 is a short bike with short saddle height. The bike may seem tall, at 1060mm of height, due to the upright handlebars. The bike also has a large fuel tank of 11liters. The large fuel tank ensures that you don’t have to think of filling the bike up now and then.
The length, width, and weight of the Hundai Tulip 80 are 1990mm, 750mm, and 88kg respectively. The bike is fairly light compared to other 80cc motorcycles. The bike also has a very short wheelbase of 1200mm, which does bring the question of balance, but considering the power, the wheelbase will hold up well.
Engine and Transmission:
The Hundai Tulip 80 comes with a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, and 80cc air-cooled engine. The engine pumps out 4.2kW of power at 8000rpm. The bike is expected to be quite fuel-efficient and is expected to have a mileage of around 60kmpl, which is quite a lot for the city commutes. However, the power and torque are quite low.
The Hundai Tulip 80 has a basic wet multi-plate clutch system. The bike comes with a 4-speed gearbox. Which means the gearing is quite tall, which does take away some top speed and some fuel efficiency as well.
Brakes, Suspensions, and Wheels:
The Hundai Tulip 80 has a dual-drum brakes setup. The front wheel has a drum, which is expected for a bike of this Power figure. The rear brake is a basic drum system, which is expected from a bike of this range. However, bumping up the price slightly and including a disc at the front would have done much for this bike.
The Hundai Tulip 80 comes with telescopic forks at the front and spring-loaded twin suspensions at the back. The front suspension being telescopic is expected to be average and similar to other bikes of this range. The rear suspension being twin forks will be of great comfort for the pillion, however, it may not be the best for cornering.
The Hundai Tulip 80 comes with alloy wheels. The front and the rear wheels have a 2.50-18 and 3.00-18 tire setup respectively. The overall setup of the bike is quite good. The thick tires make the bike quite stable and grippy on any kind of road.
The Hundai Tulip 80 was made for the people who are concerned about the fuel efficiency of their bikes. This bike was made for the regular commuter who uses their bikes more than they use anything else. This is bike was also designed by keeping the middle-aged person, looking for a budget friendly bike, in mind.
The Hundai Tulip 80 has a few competitors.
Dayun Sprout 80.
Runner Bullet 80 V2.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
The FAQs of Hundai Tulip 80 are answered below.
1. Where is Pegasus originated?
Answer: Pegasus is a Bangladeshi brand which assembles/makes its bikes in Bangladesh.
2. What kind of bike is Hundai Tulip 80?
Answer: Hundai Tulip 80 is a commuter bike.
3. What is the mileage of the Hundai Tulip 80?
Answer: Hundai Tulip 80 has an average mileage of around 60kmpl.
4. Is there any other version of the Hundai Tulip 80?
Answer: No! There is no other version of the Hundai Tulip 80, however, there is the Hundai Deluxe 100 and the Hundai GL 100 Unique, which are 100cc motorcycles of Hundai.
5. What is the top speed of the Hundai Tulip 80?
Answer: The Hundai Tulip 80 is expected to have a top speed of about 70kmph.
The Hundai Tulip 80 is overall a satisfactory commuter, which can meet the expectations and desires of a regular commuter. It is a bang for the buck. Even though it does have some drawbacks, but they can be ignored considering the price and purpose of the bike. Whether the Hundai Tulip 80 is the bike you want is to be decided by you.
Specification: HUNDAI TULIP 80
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