power series generators. Ideal for large home renovations when main power is not available or as a backup source for your home or small business. Equipped with 4 -120-Volt AC outlets, one 120/240-Volt twist-lock outlet for appliances, a fuel efficient 4-stroke Hyundai Heavy Duty HX389 OHV 13hp engine, ample power for large appliances, and clean power for your home electronics. Equipped with never-flat wheels and collapsible tow handles. 7250-watt peak power/6500-watt running power; runtime of 8-hour at 50-percent load and noise level of 86-decibel.Unleaded gasoline.
- Non-CARB Compliant/Not for sale in California
- 7250-Watt peak power/6500-Watt running power; runtime of 8-hour at 50-percent load
- Ample power for large appliances, clean power for home electronics and smooth economical operation; Amps: output Current 27A, Max Circuit 54A
- Easy to use control panel, auto voltage regulator color coded easy start and rugged never flat wheel kit and tow handle
- One click electronic start(battery for starter included), with backup manual recoil
This review is from: Hyundai HHD7250 7250-Watt 4-Stroke Portable Heavy Duty Generator With Electric Start
Robert, January 16, 2012 By RHK
Hyundai HHD7250 7250-Watt, purchased November 2011 came with a 15 hp motor even though advertized a 13 hp motor. Amazon made a price adjustment for me when the price dropped from $1095.00 to 880.00 from the time I ordered it to before it was delivered. Kudos to Amazon.com,great service The Hyundai generator appears to be solid and very well built, runs well with low noise level. My neighbors Generac unit is much louder, glad I got the Hyundai for that reason alone. Doing a major kitchen renovation and I asked the crew to used the generator for its power source, and they all thought the Hyundai was the best generator they used. No power loss, with lots of equipment being used while running two refrigerators. Very quiet compared to their power source and ran forever on a full tank of gas, though the unit is heavy (200lbs) was easy to maneuver around the job site. There are some issues, the printed manual that came with the unit and the online manual seem to give different information like oil to use, the unit came with a bottle of 10w 30. While the on line specks call for 40w I will be calling Hyundai about this. Made this purchase because of all the power loss here in north Jersey I feel this unit will handle all our power needs. Delivery was great. Scheduled delivery time was on the money It rained the day it was delivered and the driver placed the generator in the garage for my wife. At $880 I think this unit is a steal compared to other units on the market.
Hyundai HHD7250 Generator, January 8, 2012 By J.T.K. "Tony No Baloney" (Hebron, Ohio United States)
Product seems to be well made and functions perfectly. Starts right up and is fairly quiet when running. A great value for a generator of this size. Easy to do the minor assembly that is required. Mine also has a 15 horsepower engine rather than the 13 horsepower indicated by the description. The only thing that is uncertain of course is how long it will last. Only time will tell but there are no indications that it wont last a long time.
Hyundai Generator 7250, December 21, 2011 By Mike V. "Mike V." (Katonah, NY)
Just received my Hyundai generator from CEVA and it looks good. CEVA delivered it at 8AM and the driver was courtious and helpful. I assembled it in less than 45 min and started it up. It took a little while to fire up and I found the linkage to the choke had come apart. No big deal I hooked it right back up and ran fine after that. The pull start is hard to get at with the cover over the top but the electric start works fine. Does anyone know what type of transfer switch is recommended for this model (7250) ? I would like to hook it up to a few circuits in the house. Mike V.
Solid Generator, December 17, 2011 By Joseph M. Lopriore (NJ)
Generator was delivered quicker than anticipated by CEVA. The package was a little dinged, but the generator and all parts were not damaged. It took me maybe 30 minutes by myself to unpackage it and attach everything. Connecting the battery took about 5 minutes. I first tested the manual start and it fired up on the first pull. I shut it down and then tested the battery start and it worked fine. I put about 3500 watts load on it and it barely flinched. It runs very smooth and is relatively quiet for a 13 HP motor. I had it running about 15 feet from my sliding glass door to the downstairs TV room and it was not very noticeable while I was inside. Obviously, time will tell how this holds up, but all the parts appear to be very good quality. For $880, this feels like it was a good deal.
We are ready, December 15, 2011 By JR Red
The generator arrived as scheduled. It required only minor assembly. It started on the first push of the switch. We are now ready for the next winter storm power outage.
wow, November 10, 2011 By Matthew E. Mccay
First off, the generator is 15 horsepower and 420 cc. I was under the impression it was 13 horse, 389 cc. They must have made a change recently. Easy set up and pushed the button...fired right up. Wow. Hyundai impressed me from what I've seen with their cars and construction equipment, and that quality seems to have carried over to their generators. Smooth and quiet as a Honda, and that's saying a lot.
It started immediately, and was as quiet as my 7 horse Duro-star generator, and quieter than my 5.5 horse Honda log splitter. I just ran it for a few minutes, ran an air compressor off it and no indication of the motor feeling any resistance, while my 10 horse Generac would have let me know. I'm very impressed. So much quieter than a Generac, huge muffler.
Update. I must have got an oddball. Posts below, buyers received the 13 horse as advertised.