2021 Suzuki Hayabusa has launched just a few days ago and in the span of three days, the motorcycle’s first batch is soldout.

  • 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa first batch sold out
  • 2021 Hayabusa priced at Rs 16.40 lakh ex-showroom
  • Hayabusa comes powered with 1340 cc four-cylinder DOHC engine

The Suzuki Hayabusa is the most famous nameplate in the global market. Recently the Japanese manufacturer launched the new generation of Hayabusa in the Indian market on April 26, 2021, priced from Rs 16.40 lakh ex-showroom. The company introduced the new-Gen Hayabusa a few months ago in Feb 2021. Initially, the first batch of 101 units of the Superbike was brought to India, and the entire batch has been soldout in just three days. The first batch of buyers gets a complementary rear seat cowl. The second batch of the bike coming soon, while the official date not being announced yet.

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa soldout
Top things of new Suzuki Hayabusa

Although the interesting fact is unlike all the other sports bike comes with digital cluster, 2021 Hayabusa comes with the analogy instrument cluster, along with small TFT to read out the trip meter, gear, km and so on. The old school instrument cluster looks good as it is clear to see all the important information, unlike the fully digital one. While to give it a modern touch the bikes feature LED tail lights, LED headlamps, and LED DRL as well. The sports bike features 6-axis IMU-based traction control system, wheelie control, hill hold control, three riding modes, cruise control, and engine brake control. The Hayabusa also gets a two-way quick shifter and cornering ABS, which makes it easy to ride on.

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa soldout
2021 Suzuki Hayabusa soldout

The 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa comes powered with the same 1340 cc four-cylinder DOHC BS6 compliant Euro5 engine, which develops 190 PS of maximum power output and 150 Nm of peak torque. Although, when compared with the previous generation the new Gen produces 7 PS of less and 5 Nm of less torque, the brand claims that the overall riding experience has been upgrading with “Quickest Hayabusa Ever”. The engine comes mated with a 6-speed gearbox system, along with a bi-directional quick shifter as standard. The 2021 Hayabusa weighs 264 Kg which is 2 Kg lesser than the previous generation. The bikes ride on inverted telescopic front forks along with a link-type mono-shock rear suspension. The braking is handled by a 4-piston twin disc at the front and a single nisin disc at the rear, dual-channel ABS system comes at standard.  

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