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Suzuki Hayabusa Variants
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Features & Specifications
About Suzuki Hayabusa
Suzuki Hayabusa, a premium sportbike motorcycle made its market debut in the year 1999, with the top speed reaching up to 312 km/h (194 mph). This tourer bike is currently available in a single variant only (in India), i.e. STD BS6 (ex-showroom Delhi). Speaking of the seating capacity, Hayabusa has a single rider strength, however, the pillion seat, which is covered with a seat cowl can be converted into a regular second seat.
Any rider who is looking for that everyday visit downtown or a longer ride to a tourist destination can opt-in for this bike. History speaks how people have waded through snow and rains and still got the 1,340 cc off and running smoothly. Weighing a mighty 266 kg, and with a fuel capacity of 20 litres, the bike has a capacity of generating maximum power of 187.3 bhp, and thus emitting a max torque of 150 nm, which lets you feel the smooth ride across the town. For the moto-bikers, it also gives off a generous 11 kmpl mileage which is quite competitive at such a high range. Additionally, the bike’s seat is placed at a height of 800 mm, which easily allows people of all heights to enjoy the rides on it.
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Pros & Cons of Suzuki Hayabusa
Things We Like
- Impressive acceleration
- Superlative brakes
- Competitively priced
Things We Don't Like
- Heavy feel on clutch lever
- Not comfortable in traffic
- Engine runs hot
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Suzuki Hayabusa Price in India
Suzuki Hayabusa Colors
Suzuki Hayabusa : Pearl Vigor Blue/ Pearl Brilliant WhiteAvailable for all variants.
Suzuki Hayabusa : Metallic Matte Black No. 2/ Glass Sparkle BlackAvailable for all variants.
Suzuki Hayabusa : Metallic Thunder Gray/ Candy Daring RedAvailable for all variants.
Suzuki Hayabusa Expert Review
Starting at INR 16.4 Lakhs, Suzuki Hayabusa comes in a single variant with an engine capacity of 134.00 cc, 11 km/L mileage and a 6-speed gear. Loaded with features like Dual ABS, Gear indicator, Engine Kill Switch, pass light and so on, this motorcycle is a powerhouse. The bike comes in three attractive colour combinations: Metallic Thunder Gray/ Candy Daring Red, Metallic Matte Black No. 2/ Glass Sparkle Black and Pearl Vigor Blue/ Pearl Brilliant White.
How is the design?
An exquisite combination of poise and power, Suzuki Hayabusa’s aggressive attitude is used to weave its dramatic design, drawing special attention to a set of sumptuous details while mentioning its superb craftsmanship. The Suzuki Hayabusa derives its name from the Peregrine Falcon, which is the world’s most agile and fastest bird of prey. Compared with the previous versions, the Suzuki Hayabusa comes with significant enhancements in 2023. Suzuki skilfully used the design silhouette of its previous Hayabusa generation, while bringing a more aggressive appearance and bodywork to the new generation. The motorcycle integrates headlamp with full LED lighting, tail lamp, turn signals to give the bike a more well-defined and modern look.
How is the performance?
Just as its predecessors, powering the 2023 Suzuki Hayabusa is an in-line four-cylinder engine but with BS6 compliant. The engine has the capacity of producing a maximum torque of 150 Nm at 7000 RPM and a maximum power of 190 ps at 9,700 rpm. However, the torque is 5 Nm less than its previous versions. As claimed by Suzuki, updated components have been added in suspension in order to achieve better stability and performance. The 2023 Suzuki Hayabusa has most received positive reviews from its critics and users, and moto-vlogging on YouTube and other social media channels have showered the vehicle with praises. Suzuki Hayabusa pricing has been set on a par with its competitors operating in the same segment, and the supreme features of the bike are used for luring the potential suitors. There are no significant incidents of road accidents so far and this may be due to the excellent acceleration performance.
How does the Suzuki Hayabusa ride?
The huge Zook, Suzuki Hayabusa, is an excellent around-towner, given its reputation as a record setter for land-speed. The transmissions on the bike shifts positively and slickly, making it the most dependable urban motorcycle. The Suzuki Hayabusa guarantees a relaxed riding position than most other motorcycles competing in the same segment. The foot pegs on the bike are not as lower or rear-set, while the placement of the handlebar is just perfect. The shock absorbing capacity of the bike is excellent, and riders do not need to worry about bumps and potholes in the street. The plush seat on the bike is 800mm inches off the ground, making solid footing.
How comfortable is the Suzuki Hayabusa?
Overall, the Suzuki Hayabusa is able to guarantee a comfortable ride through the city. The Heli-bars installed on the bike are ideal for good handling. The other sports bike in the same segment may be defined as hard-core racing style rockets, the Suzuki Hayabusa comes with both style and comfort that the rivals fail to offer. However, the kerb weight of the Suzuki Hayabusa is 264 kg, and this may appear to be difficult and uncomfortable for some riders. The rider is able to get greater stability owing to the MRF Nylogrip Zapper tyres, making it an ideal ride for long distances and racing tracks.
How's the tech?
Just like the previous Hayabusa models, the 2023 Suzuki Hayabusa features the same twin-spar aluminium frame. The dimensions of the new model are similar to that of its predecessors, including the 1,480mm wheelbase. The kerb weight of the new 2023 Suzuki Hayabusa has been reduced by 2 kilos, and it's down to 264 kg, and this has been possible with the light-weight, revised, Euro-5 compliant exhaust. The suspension internals have been updated for this version by the manufacturers. Integrated in the bike is the Bridgestone’s Battlax s22 tyres. The much-needed, most significant change in this version is the integration of the Brembo’s popular Stylema callipers to its front.
How's the mileage of the Suzuki Hayabusa?
As mentioned in the bluebook, the mileage of the 2023 Suzuki Hayabusa is 16 kmpl to 18 kmpl and the mileage certified by ARAI is about 11 Kmpl. However, as suggested by most Hayabusa owners, the best mileage delivered by the Suzuki Hayabusa under usual road conditions is 14-15 Kmpl, which is expected to go up in highways. Lesser engine pressure and throttling might as well boost the mileage of this bike, as suggested by automobile experts.
Is the Suzuki Hayabusa good value for money?
The Suzuki Hayabusa is subjected to stiff market competition from the likes of heavyweight bikes like Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, however, in this segment, it is indeed one of the most affordable bikes, plus the new Suzuki Hayabusa has been heavily updated by the manufacturers from the inside-out. Besides updating looks and designs on the outside, modern and new rider assists have also been added by Suzuki along with an updated powertrain on the inside.
How is the after sales service?
Suzuki offers its customers with 3 free services for the 2023 Hayabusa. The first service is offered after 30 days or 1000 Km, whichever is earlier. The second service is offered after 90 days or 4000 Km, whichever is earlier, and the third service is offered after 140 days or 6000 days, whichever is earlier. The maintenance cost of Suzuki Hayabusa is around INR8000-INR9000.
Which motorbikes compete in this segment?
The other motorbikes competing in this segment are Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, BMW S 1000 RR, Kawasaki Ninja 1000 SX, Suzuki Katana, Ducati Monster and so on.
Verdict (Value for money)
Overall, from the slip-off muffler to the carbon look mirror cover, from the billet clutch lever to the billet brake lever, every stunning feature is added to this beastly Suzuki Hayabusa. The partnership between Bridgestone and Suzuki is believed to be game-changing and it ensures the best tyres for the riders in the two-wheeler industry. This means the bike has it all that is needed to get sold but it definitely comes with a hefty price-tag.