Suzuki Motorbike India Non-public Restricted (SMIPL) has launched the 2019 Suzuki Hayabusa in India. The 2019 version of the Suzuki Hayabusa will likely be supplied in two new color schemes – Metallic Oort Grey and Glass Sparkle Black, with up to date graphics, and added pair of facet reflectors. The Hayabusa has been discontinued in Europe, with gross sales coming to an finish by December 31, 2018. The mannequin has been discontinued as a result of the Hayabusa not meets Euro four emission rules. In India although, the Hayabusa will proceed to be bought, as within the US.
“For 20 years, the Suzuki Hayabusa has been probably the most beloved sportsbikes among the many fans and has obtained a superb response in India. It’s our fixed endeavour to supply nice merchandise, and we’re happy to launch the 2019 version of Hayabusa in two new color schemes interesting to a bigger fan base and fans in India,” mentioned Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorbike India.
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In its present kind, the Suzuki Hayabusa, or Suzuki GSX-1300R, as it is also recognized, is powered by a 1,340 cc in-line 4 cylinder engine which places out 197 bhp at 9,500 rpm and 155 Nm of peak torque at 7,200 rpm. First launched in 1999, the Suzuki Hayabusa gained iconic standing because the quickest manufacturing motorbike on the earth with a prime pace of greater than 300 kmph. The Hayabusa garnered praises and recognition and rapidly got here to be often called probably the most entertaining superbikes, and has been used for sport touring by many house owners as nicely.
In India too, the Suzuki Hayabusa instructions an iconic standing, and enjoys an enormous fan following, regardless of its quirky ‘find it irresistible or hate it’ design. Actually, the Hayabusa obtained such an amazing demand at one level, that it prompted Suzuki Motorbike India to make the Hayabusa the primary assembled in India large bike in 2017. The present technology Hayabusa is able to hitting zero to 100 kmph in simply 2.74 seconds and able to hitting a restricted prime pace of 299 kmph.