The very first unit of the 2017 Suzuki Hayabusa has been delivered to the customer in Delhi. In the capital region, the Superbike is obtainable at an ex-showroom price of INR 13,57,135.
Earlier this year, we had reported that the Suzuki had commenced the local assembly of the 2017 Hayabusa in India. The deliveries of a same were then rumoured to begin from March of 2017 & now it seems that the superbike-maker has already put a new Busa in their showrooms as Suzuki hasyabusa for sale now in india. The very first unit of the 2017 Suzuki Hayabusa has been delivered to the customer in Delhi. In the capital region, the Superbike is obtainable at an ex-showroom price of INR 13,57,135.
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One of the Suzuki’s dealership in Delhi put up a few celebratory images on their social media channel congratulating to their first customer – Gaurav Monga. The post mentioned that the model delivered to Gaurav was a first unit of the 2017 model. Interestingly, the model seen from photographs miss out on the number plate holder & a two piece saree guard which were reportedly mandated for superbike. The assembly of the bike is carried out at the Suzuki’s plant in Manesar, Gurgaon.
The bike’s local assembly resulted in the price cut amounting to INR 2 lakhs. Speaking of specs, Talking about the automobiles the superbike hayabusa accessoriesis powered by the 1340cc 4-Cylinder, Liquid-cooled engine that produces a 197 hp of power & 155 Nm of torque. The power is pushed to the wheel with the help of a 6 speed transmission. The dual-tone colour options is offered on the Hayabusa suzuki include Candy Daring Red with a Metallic Mystic Silver, Pearl Bracing White with a Metallic Mystic Silver and Metallic Thunder Gray with Glass Sparkle Black.
The Hayabusa has been around in the same shape & style for a while now and it is high time that a maker gives its an upgrade it deserves. Well, the folks at Suzuki are already been in process & there are rumours that the Busa won’t just get the visual make over but also a new engine. Previous reports suggested that the Suzuki is working on a 1500cc Hayabusa that will get a supercharged engine. If that is true, then this Japanese monster will be back with a vengeance.