India becomes new production home for Suzuki Hayabusa hypersport.
Reports by several India-based sources confirms that the Suzuki Hayabusa model has been inducted into a local assembly (CKD) program in the country whichs boasts one of Asia’s biggest two-wheeled market.
This marks the first time that the Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa is being produced outside of its native home of Japan. Whilst this new program will mainly cater to the local Indian market, further reports suggests possibility of the made-in-India Hayabusa entering other markets around the region, but this plans remains unconfirmed presently.
One India-based site called xBHP reports that the Suzuki Hayabusa will be imported as CKD (Completely Knocked Down) kits and assembled in Suzuki’s assembly plant in Gurgaon. The site further adds that the specification for the made-in-India version remains unchanged from the fully imported (CBU) version as well. Continue reading “New India-based production for Suzuki Hayabusa”
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One more limited edition GSX-R1000 from Suzuki. It will be available in USA in 50 units only to commemorate their 50th anniversary of existence there. The white base colour with blue accent on the engine cover and seat adds a little uniqueness to this already beautiful Gixxer. I would want one.
Continue reading “2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000 SE for 50th Suzuki USA Anniversary”
Suzuki Malaysia is preparing for a new bike launch this 6th May 2012. We have very little information of what would thos new bike be. Anyone with more info care to comment?
Thanks to Hasni Fitri for the tips!
UPDATE: It might be Suzuki Nex 110 as informed by Norhisham Parjoh. I agree with him since the sport rim almost the same and the name ‘Suzuki’s Next Excitement’ in the teaser.
It is still carburetor version. It got 4.8L underseat compartment. In Indonesia, the engine is all-new 113cc machine. One of the interesting feature is that it got low riding position, so it would be easy for lady riders and easy to put your leg fully planted on the road while stopping.