2021 Suzuki Hayabusa To Go On Sale From April 26
Suzuki has announced on its social media that the 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa to be sold from April 26. Suzuki can import it via the CKD route for the new-generation Hayabusa, but the price is predicted to be much higher than before.
Sources say that when it is sold in India, the new Suzuki Hayabusa can be charged about Rs 17-18 lakh (ex-showroom). Some dealers have already begun to make unofficial reservations. When it goes on sale, it still has no immediate competitors.
While the Busa still uses the 1,340cc, four cylinders, it was extensively reworked for 2021. This includes lighter pistons and new rods and injectors for petrol, among several other improvements. What is a little disappointing is that the power fell from 197hp to 190hp, although the top torque is a little lower at 150Nm than previously.
The 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa carries the same double-spar aluminum frame on the old motorcycle. The measurements, including a 1,480 mm wheelbase are also very similar. However, Suzuki has managed to decrease the pot weight by two kilos by redesigned, lightweight Euro-5-compliant exhaust, for a total of 264 Kg.
The business has reworked the interior of the Showa chassis for the suspension, and the bike now runs the amazing Battlax S22 tires. Hayabusa is now running Brembo’s renowned Stylema calibers in the braking department, the largest and much-needed shift.
The Hayabusa has undergone a major electronic upgrade, as you would imagine. The 2021 model is equipped with a new six-axis IMU with 10 traction control levels, 10 anti-wheeling control levels, three engine brake control levels, three power modes, start control, cruise control, cornering ABS, and the control of mounting.
There is also an LED headlight and a new TFT screen is in the center to access the expanded technological options, although most of the big dashboard remains analog.