Suzuki launched the new 2021 Hayabusa in the Indian market earlier this year. The Suzuki Hayabusa has a massive fan following in India and the bike is so popular that within a few minutes, the first batch of 100 units was sold out. Even the second batch with another 100 units was sold out in just 60 minutes. Hayabusa is a dream motorcycle for many. Here is a motorcycle enthusiast who received the new Hayabusa as a gift from his wife.
The video put up on Dino’s Vault on YouTube shows him riding to the Suzuki showroom to receive the delivery of the new Hayabusa for his friend. The motorcycle is for Mr Gagan, who was part of a Suzuki Hayabusa ride and he fell in love with the machine.
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After video shows how the mechanics put up the brand-new Suzuki Hayabusa together. The video shows the owner of the motorcycle Mr Gagan reaching the showroom. That’s when the owner revealed that the motorcycle has been gifted by his wife and she is the one who took care of all the ordering and coordinating with the showroom to ensure that the delivery happens on his birthday.
Mr Gagan also says on the camera that he is really surprised and he was shocked to know about the gift. The motorcycle is in a beautiful silver matte finish and looks royal. The wife also chose the colour of the bike and with red highlights, the whole package catches a lot of attention.
After getting the motorcycle ready for delivery, the wife took the keys from the showroom staff and then hands them over to Mr Gagan. The delivery happened on the 50th birthday of Mr Gagan.
2021 Suzuki Hayabusa
Suzuki launched the all-new Hayabusa with a base price of Rs 16.4 lakh, ex-showroom. The new Hayabusa is now lighter by 2 kg, because of the new lightweight exhaust system. The sports tourer Hayabusa also gets new Stylema callipers from Brembo at the front, which improves the braking power by a big margin.
The new 2021 Hayabusa comes powered by a 1,340cc, four-cylinder engine that powered the previous version too. However, Suzuki has tweaked it with lighter pistons, new connecting rods and tweaked fuel injection system. The new engine produces a maximum of 190 PS, which is 7 PS lower than the previous version’s maximum power. The torque peaks at 150 Nm, which has also come down slightly compared to the previous version.
However, even with the lower power and weight, the new Hayabusa is the quickest model ever. The bike also comes with a new six-axis IMU, and there is a traction control system that can be set at 10 different levels. The bike also gets 10-levels of anti-wheelie system, three levels of engine brake control, three power modes, launch control, cruise control, cornering ABS, hill hold system and more.