Suzuki Hayabusa launched in India in 2019 for Rs 13.74 lakhs

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Suzuki Hayabusa launched in India in 2019 for Rs 13.74 lakhs

Suzuki Hayabusa launched in India in 2019 for Rs 13.74 lakhs: -Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd (SMIPL) has launched the 2019 Suzuki Hayabusa in India. With updated graphics, the 2019 edition of Suzuki Hayabusa will be presented in two new color schemes – Metallic Art Gray and Glass Sparkle Black, and pair reflectors will be added. Hayabusa has been closed in Europe, Sales will end by December 31, 2018. The model has been closed because Hayabusa no longer fulfills the Euro 4 emission rules. In India, however, Hayabusa will continue to be sold as it is in the US.

Suzuki Hayabusa launched in India in 2019 for Rs 13.74 lakhs

“For 20 years, Suzuki Hayabusa has been one of the most liked sports bikes amongst the enthusiasts, and it has received an excellent response in India. It is our constant effort to offer the best products, Pleased to launch the 2019 edition, Suzuki Motorcycle India Managing Director, Satoshi Uchida said, “Big fans and enthusiasts in India Two new color schemes to appeal to the industries.

2019 Suzuki Hayabusa continues to be operated by DOHC with existing 1,340cc inline-four and comes for the six-speed gearbox. The motor produces 199.7PS at 9,500rpm and 115Nm at 7200rpm. Hayabusa was the first production motorcycle to break the 300kmph mark. Due to its popularity in the country, Suzuki is importing it through the CKD route and is assembling it in the SMIPL plant at Gurujram in Manesar.

After two decades of introduction, Suzuki has recently stopped manufacturing Hayabusa in Europe. Hope to see all the new Hayabusa, which will follow all international and Indian emission rules by 2022. Hayabusa has been closed in the European market and will not be available until December 31, 2018. Due to the fact that the bike has been discontinued, it does not meet Euro 4 emission rules anymore.

However, Suzuki Hayabusa will continue to be sold in India and the US. Most of the people in the country were associated with bikes with films like Dhoom, where actor John Abraham, who was also a bike officer, reiterated the role of a robber riding on a popular bike from Suzuki.

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