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Suzuki Hayabusa Z Limited Edition Model Launched

Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL) will introduce limited units of its legendary superbike – the Hayabuza. The Suzuki Hayabusa Z Limited Edition will benefit from theYoshimura Slip–On R-77J Carbon End Exhaust. Hayabuza Z will be available in two colors – the Pearl Vigor Blue/Metallic Mystic Silver (ASU) and Pearl Bracing White/ Metallic Mystic Silver (ARA). Biking aficionados will know what the Yoshimura Slip – On can do for their mean machine. It gives the superbike that defining competitive edge. It features a trapezoidal design, which allows a large volume of packing material and in turn delivers top performance. The R-77 muffler’s front cap is MIG-welded, while the end cap is riveted, using high-end 304-L polished stainless steel rivets and bands.

Suzuki Hayabusa Z gets Yoshimura slip-on

The Hayabusa Z will be priced at Rs. 16,20,000 (ex-showroom price, Delhi) – only Rs. 25,000 higher than the regular model, as a special and limited period offer. The Hayabusa Z customers will also receive special gifts on purchase of the motorcycle. These include a scale model (1:48) of the legendary Yoshimura Hayabusa X1 and a racing calendar acknowledging the biker’s passion.

Mr. Atul Gupta, Executive Vice President, Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), said of the Limited Edition, “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 aficionados 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.”