Jan 16, 2010

1 Auto Expo 2010 Coverage: Suzuki Motorcycles India

Suzuki displays a few of its international motorcycles and scooters..

Suzuki Motorcycles did not have a dedicated pavilion to display its motorcycles/scooters at this year's Auto Expo. Instead, a couple of 600 cc models and a couple of big scooters from its international range were put on display at the Maruti Suzuki pavilion. Although none of the domestic models were chosen for display, the Hayabusa and the Intruder (currently on sale in India) were not missed out.

Suzuki Intruder @ Auto Expo 2010Suzuki Intruder @ Auto Expo 20102010 Hayabusa @ Auto Expo 2010Hayabusa @ Auto Expo 2010



The two 600 cc models that were kept on display were the V-Twin "SV650S" and the Inline Four SuperSport, the "GSX-R 600". Currently none of the Japanese (Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki) have any 600 cc offering in the country. It'll be interesting if Suzuki is keen to bring any of these 600 cc bikes to India.Suzuki SV 650S @ Auto Expo 2010Suzuki SV 650S @ Auto Expo 2010Suzuki GSX-R 600 @ Auto Expo 2010Suzuki GSX-R 600




Suzuki Skywave 400@ Auto Expo 2010Suzuki Skywave 400Fuel Cell Powered Suzuki Burgman @ Auto Expo 2010Fuel Cell Powered Suzuki Burgman @ Auto Expo 2010





Suzuki Pavilion @ Auto Expo 2010: (Photo credits: Jaspreet's Picasa Album)


Suzuki Intruder @ Auto Expo 2010

Suzuki SV650S @ Auto Expo 2010

Suzuki GSX-R 600 @ Auto Expo 2010






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1 Comments:

Sajal said...

I see it hard for the SV650 and GSX-R6 comming to India because of the stupid 800cc cap unless Susuki decides to go through the CKD route.... which again isn't a likely possibility

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