Suzuki Hayabusa special edition costs 15,100 USD

Suzuki Hayabusa special edition costs 15,100 USD

On February 10, Suzuki will launch a high-performance version of the “God of Wind” with a 1,339 cc engine with a capacity of 198 horsepower for the Japanese market.

Suzuki Hayabusa special edition is equipped with ETC (Electronic Traction Control) traction control system with push button activation. The design of “wind god” is still bold aerodynamics.

With a liquid-cooled 4-cylinder engine with a capacity of 1,339 cc, Hayabusa has a capacity of 198 hp at 9,500 rpm and 155 Nm of torque at 7,200 rpm. In addition to the ETC feature, the super motorcycle is also equipped with Brembo brake system and anti-lock braking ABS. S-DMS running modes from inner city to long distance road.

Hayabusa has an overall size of 2,190 mm long, 735 mm wide and 1,165 mm high. Ground clearance 120 mm. Seat height from the ground 805 mm. 21 liter fuel tank capacity. 17-inch wheels with 120/70 tires front and 190/50 rear tires.

Suzuki Hayabusa special edition has 3 color options including blue-white, red-white and black-gray. The Japanese automaker sets a sales target of about 500 vehicles per year with a suggested retail price of $ 15,100 in the domestic market.

As one of the symbols in the village of two-wheelers, Haysabusa is currently facing rivals from across the ocean such as the BMW S1000RR or the Ducati 1199 Panigale. Upgrades and access to new technologies while preserving traditional values ​​in design and strength are expected to help the “god of the wind” stay afloat in the increasingly fierce competition.

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