Limited Edition Suzuki Hayabusa Z Launched In India At Rs 16.20 Lakh - Overdrive
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Limited edition Suzuki Hayabusa Z launched in India at Rs 16.20 lakh

06 Feb 2015 / 0

Suzuki has announced a limited edition version of the Hayabusa. The Suzuki Hayabusa Z is priced at Rs 16.20 lakh ex-Delhi – a neat Rs 25,000 more than the regular ‘Busa. The limited edition is available until March 31, 2015.

Changes to the limited edition Hayabusa Z over the regular model include the Yoshimura Slip-on R-77J carbon-end exhaust as well as two new colour schemes – Pearl Vigor Blue with Metallic Mystic Silver (ASU) and Pearl Bracing White with Metallic Mystic Silver. The Yoshimura, Suzuki claims, will not only enhance the auditory note but also increase the performance of the motorcycle. Complimentary with the Hayabusa Z is a scale model (1:48) of the Yoshimura Hayabusa X1 and a racing calendar.

Suzuki Hayabusa Z - Limited Edition (1)

Atul Gupta, executive vice president, Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), said, “The Yoshimura Slip-on R-77J carbon-end exhaust addition to the legendary Hayabusa is a modification that has been on the wish list of Indian biking affcionados for a long time. We are extremely proud to have done this for the Hayabusa, reinforcing our commitment to the valued Indian rider.”

He added, “The Hayabusa has a large sentimental quotient for brand Suzuki. Over the last decade, the motorcycle has evolved, while staying true to its concept – the pinnacle of high-performance motorcycles. Its sensational power, speed, smooth ride and overwhelming presence continue to fascinate owners and onlookers alike.”

 



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