2013 Suzuki Hayabusa coming soon

Suzuki flagship gets upgraded brakes, ABS.

Japanese two-wheeler giant Suzuki has revealed an upgraded Hayabusa for 2013. The Hayabusa still packs a powerful punch, with its tried and tested four-stroke, 1340cc, in-line, four-cylinder engine, This liquid-cooled unit generates a prodigious 197bhp at 10200rpm, with maximum torque output at 15.7kgm at 6200rpm. New on the 2013 model are radial-mounted, Brembo made, lighter and more rigid, monobloc caliper front brakes. The brake pistons are now larger in diameter, up to 32-32mm from a previous 32-30mm for more powerful stopping power and improved feel at the lever. Suzuki has also equipped the 2013 model with anti-lock brakes (ABS) as a standard safety feature for safer riding.


Expect the upgraded Hayabusa to enter Indian showrooms sometime in 2013. 

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Issue: 188 | Autocar India: May 2015

All the exciting new SUVs that will be on our roads in the near future, and we prove that going green doesn’t have to be boring. Check out the May 2015 issue today!
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