Recently, launched the FY2021 edition of Suzuki Hayabusa, already hit the second-hand market in India.

  • Third generation Suzuki Hayabusa was launched in India on April 2021
  • Superbike club Facebook age listed a new generation Hayabusa on sale
  • 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa comes powered by 1340 cc four-cylinder liquid cooled engine

The third-generation Suzuki Hayabusa ago on sale back in April 2021. The first batch of units consists of 101 units which are sold out in just a few hours. Now, the deliveries of the Hayabusa have been commenced and still ongoing on and the new Hayabusa makes its way to the second-hand market. The information has been shared on the Facebook page of Superbike club. As per the post there, the motorcycle has a 300 km odometer and its registration remains pending as well.    

Second-hand Suzuki Hayabusa
Second-hand Suzuki Hayabusa

While the demand price for the motorcycle is Rs 20 lakh and it is listed as non-negotiable. However, in comparison to the new Hayabusa launched it is priced at Rs 16.20 lakh ex-showroom. While, the bookings for the second slot would be starting soon, as the first slot has been sold out in India. Although, if you have money and can’t wait then the second-hand market is for you. However, if you have the money then wait for Suzuki India to import more units and then buy one.

Second-hand Suzuki Hayabusa
Top things of new Suzuki Hayabusa

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa comes powered by a 1,340-cc inline four-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, which belts out 190 PS of maximum power and 150 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes paired with a 6-speed transmission gearbox system, along with a slipper, assist clutch, and a bi-directional quick shifter as standard on offer. The instrument cluster consists of Semi-digital units, consists of a TFT MID in the center, and multiple analog units. The Hayabusa comes offered with three color options – Glass sparkle black with candy burnt gold, Metallic matt sword silver with candy daring red, and Pearl brilliant white with metallic Mat stellar blue.  

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