Jan 5, 2012

7 Suzuki unveils it's Hayate 110 motorcycle @ 2012 AutoExpo

Suzuki Motorcycles India unveiled a new commuter motorcycle.. calls it Hayate

Suzuki motorcycle today unveiled a 110 cc motorcycle called "Hayate" aimed at the commuters. In terms of styling the Hayate does remind one of the Slingshot 125 motorcycle from Suzuki India's stables.



The Hayate definitely won't cut ice with enthusiasts who were expecting at least the Suzuki GW250/Inazuma motorcycle to be brought to India. According to Suzuki it seems India isn't ready for "big" bikes but they have promised some exciting stuff for enthusiasts next time at 2014 AutoExpo.

Suzuki Hayate Details: 112.8cc 4 stroke single cylinder engine, engine power figures are yet not disclosed, optional alloy wheels, 17 inch tyres (2.75 front and 3.00 rear).

Pricing: Official pricing hasn't been announced

Launch date: Not announced




Suzuki Hayate 110 Photos:
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7 Comments:

santosa said...

suzuki's product naming is as bad as their TV ads.
what a funny name. HEAT,SLINGSHOT,and now HAYATE..

window said...

According to Suzuki it seems India isn't ready for "big" bikes but they have promised some exciting stuff for enthusiasts next time at 2014 AutoExpo.

Oh really, then why did they launched Hayabusa and Intruder

Anonymous said...

Its actyally Suzuki "HATA-RE"

LOL!!!

Anil Anupam said...

Is Suzuki a Japanese company or Chinese ?
No more comments :(

hemant said...

they have been in the indian market for long now but looks like they dont understand market.every time they reveal a product which neither suit with customers choice nor suit with their brand.They always launch their global big bikes but not able to create mini models(like 150 or 250 or 350) of them.

not known when will they wake up.

melville said...

@Anonymous - LOL... :D

Well, Suxuki can take a walk. I hope they get buried in the Indian market by 2014.

Hari said...

I believe this is a good move by Suzuki. Full marks to them. They would like fight with other indian Giants. In present Honda Twister has made a mark in India with its fuel efficiency and for looks. Other 100 bikes could not sustain against Twister. I think Hayate will be a good competitor for Twister. Suzuki has made a great come back by Introducing GS 150, which has received a great response from public. If this happens with new Hayate then Suzuki will ground its foot very strongly in India.

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