Suzuki introduces its new motorcycle 2022 Katana, will get the option to select 3 performance modes

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This new motorcycle from Suzuki has been given a riding mode selector system, with the help of which the bike can be selected in three performance modes. Equal power output is available in all three modes. Know the specialty of this new bike through this article.

Suzuki has introduced its new two-wheeler Katana 2022 at the International Motorcycle and Accessories Exhibition (EICMA). From the colors of the all-new Katana to the engine, there have been many modern updates. Let us tell you the specialty of Suzuki's new bike.

I will get this option tomorrow

Talking about the color options, the 2022 Katana will come in new colors with crisp and angular bodywork. It is offered in Dark Matte Blue color, with gold-colored alloy wheels and Iron Gray paint on the engine. Overall, the New 2022 Katana will be offered with great color options.

Option to select three performance modes

This new motorcycle from Suzuki has been given a riding mode selector system, with the help of which the bike can be selected in three performance modes. Equal power output is available in all three modes. Mode A provides the fastest and sportiest response, Mode B provides the smoothest starting power delivery, and Mode C provides the smoothest response.

Engine

Talking about the engine, it has been given a 998 cc in-line engine, which is capable of generating maximum power of 152 bhp. It is equipped with an electronically controlled throttle. This bike can be updated with new camshafts, new valve springs, a new clutch, new exhaust system.

OTHER MODERN FEATURES

The New Katana motorcycle uses a lightweight double-beam aluminum frame and swingarm similar to the one used in the GSX-R, with fully adjustable KYB front forks and an adjustable damping rear shock. It also gets Brembo monoblock calipers mated to a 310mm front disc. 6 spokes are given in aluminum wheels.

Completing the electronics package is Suzuki's Easy Start System and Low RPM Assist, which increases engine speed when the clutch lever is pulled out to help control slowing and prevent stalling.