Assembled in India Suzuki Hayabusa carries minimal changes
Aside from a saree guard and front number plate holder, the CKD Hayabusa is the same amazing motorcycle
Last month, Suzuki took a big step ahead for the performance motorcycle market in India. The company announced that it was putting its flagship motorcycle, the legendary Hayabusa hypersport into CKD production. The bike will now be assembled using kits imported from Japan at Suzuki's plant in Gurgaon on a new CKD line.
This has resulted in a significant price cut and the motorcycle will now set you back by Rs 15.8 lakh on-road in Mumbai. That makes it roughly five lakhs cheaper than its main rival, undefined
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All the specs you need to know about the Kawasaki ZX-14R and the Suzuki Hayabusa
The 2019 Suzuki Hayabusa continues to be powered by the current 1,340cc inline-four with DOHC.