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Suzuki Introduces the All-New Hayabusa, Built in India

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Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), a Suzuki Motor Corporation subsidiary responsible for motorcycle development and distribution in India, unveiled the all-new Hayabusa on April 26, 2021. By importing parts from , the all-new Hayabusa will be assembled in India. It will be available for purchase in May.

With its innovative styling style, excellent aerodynamic efficiency, and superior riding performance, the all-new Hayabusa is the third-generation model of Suzuki’s flagship motorcycle, which has been beloved by customers around the world.

It went on sale in February across the globe, beginning in Europe and then expanding to markets such as North America and Japan. The all-new Hayabusa is being manufactured in Suzuki’s overseas plant for the first time.

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Since March 2016, SMIPL has been assembling big displacement motorcycles, including the second-generation Hayabusa. The company hopes to cater to its craftmanship and boost the Suzuki brand presence in India by assembling the all-new Hayabusa.

New Ride-by-Wire electronic throttle bodies with dual fuel injectors feed each cylinder, mixing with pressurized air from the Suzuki Ram Air Direct (SRAD) intakes in the nose of the aerodynamic fairing, feed the Hayabusa’s legendary 1340cc, four-cylinder, DOHC engine.

The new symmetrical twin silencer exhaust system is lighter, has improved flow, and produces a relaxing exhaust tone. A twin-spar aluminum frame and KYB-supplied adjustable suspension are among the improvements to Hayabusa’s superbike calibre.

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However, since the Hayabusa was BS-IV compliant, it had to be taken off the market when the new BS-VI emission were implemented on April 1 of last year. Instead of a simple emission-norm upgrade like other motorcycles, Suzuki went the extra mile and created an entirely new Suzuki Hayabusa. While it was first released globally, it has now been introduced in India, with a price tag of INR 16.40 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

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