Japanese automaker Suzuki's popular bike Hayabusa is getting a tremendous response in India. Because the second batch of the motorcycle has also been sold out in India. The booking of which was started by the company on July 1 in India. For information, let us tell you that the price of Hayabusa in India has been fixed at Rs 16.4 lakh ex-showroom. According to media reports, the company had ordered a total of 100 units in its second batch. Which people have taken their hands and booked its second batch in just a few hours. This superbike has been booked even faster this time than the first batch. It took 3 days for the first batch to be soldered out.
Significantly, there are enough buyers of superbikes in India. Suzuki has now temporarily suspended the bookings for the Hayabusa in the country. The deliveries of the second batch of Suzuki Hayabusa are expected to start next month, as the company is currently working to deliver the first batch to the customers. The 2021 Hayabusa was launched in India in April this year. Since then, there was a competition among the customers to buy it.
Let us tell you that 2021 Hayabusa is the third generation model which has been heavily updated and has been launched in the market with new treatment. The Hayabusa has been given a completely new design. Along with this, the features given in it have also been updated a lot, so that the customers get the best ride experience. Let us tell you that now this motorcycle has been given six-axis IMU, traction control, anti-lift control, ride by wire throttle, launch control along many other great features.
Engine and Power: In terms of engine and power, the 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa sports motorcycle will be powered by an updated 1,340 cc, inline 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine compared to the older model. This engine is as per Euro 5 norms. This engine generates power of 187.7 bhp at 9,700 rpm and peak torque of 150Nm at 7,000 rpm. Compared to the previous model, the new bike will get 8 bhp less power. The bike features the Suzuki Intelligent Ride System, which allows the rider to have a choice of three modes between Active, Basic, and Comfort. The speed of the bike can also be limited with the help of the SIRS system.