Suzuki Hayabusa first batch of all bikes sold out and now new bookings started bike news achs– News18 Hindi

New Delhi. Japan’s leading automaker Suzuki recently launched the next generation model of its luxury bike Hayabusa in India. The company had introduced 101 units for sale in the first batch of this bike. The fans of Hayabusa bikes bought all the bikes of the first batch just a few days after the launch. The craze for this bike in India can be clearly seen among the youth. According to the information, the company is going to start booking the second batch of Hayabusa from July 1, 2021.

What is the booking amount
In the second batch of this Suzuki bike, limited units are also being opened for booking. Customers can apply for booking this bike from the evening of July 1 with a booking amount of Rs 1 lakh. The price of the next-gen Hayabusa has been fixed at Rs 16.40 lakh, which is about Rs 2.65 lakh more expensive than its old model.

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Compare to previous model
The Japanese company has used a 1,304 cc, four-cylinder engine in its next-generation Hayabusa. This engine generates peak torque of 150 Nm and power of 187 bhp. The engine given in the new model of Hayabusa generates less power than the previous model. Barring just the power, the third-gen Hayabusa is much better than the earlier model. The company has given ride-by-wire for precise throttle and bi-direction quickshifter for clutchless gearshift.

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given sharp design
The design of the new Hayabusa has been given quite sharp compared to the previous model. Suzuki has given features like launch control, hill-hold control, cornering ABS, 6 riding modes, cruise control, active speed limiter, traction control system and anti-lift control in this luxury bike. In the Indian markets, this powerful bike from Suzuki competes with the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R.

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