2021 Suzuki Hayabusa has been launched in India at Rs 16.4 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This is the third-generation model of the legendary motorcycle and was globally revealed in February.
The new Hayabusa is substantially expensive than the previous-gen model that used to retail at around Rs 14 lakh. The new Hayabusa has a similar silhouette as the previous generation model but some cosmetic changes have made it appear sportier than before.
The motorcycle also packs in a plethora of electronic interventions, something that was missing on the predecessor. And of course, the new Hayabusa is propelled by a BS6-compliant powertrain.
Now, if you are interested in booking the new Hayabusa, then you can do so for a token amount of Rs 1 lakh online or by visiting a Suzuki showroom.
The new Hayabusa gets a part-digital part-analogue panel that includes a TFT display for readouts like riding mode, lean angle, front and rear brake pressure, rate of acceleration of deceleration, current throttle opening, etc.
The superbike also has provisions like cruise control with active speed limiter, traction control system, anti-lift control, launch control, hill-hold control, cornering ABS, six-axis inertial measurement unit, and more. There are six riding modes on offer, three of which can be customized by the rider.
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