Suzuki introduces Limited Edition 'Hayabusa Z' for INR 16.20 Lakh

06/02/2015 - 19:28 | ,   | Bhuvan Chowdhary

Available with two paint schemes.

Suzuki Motorcycles India has just introduced 'Hayabusa Z' Limited Edition for the price of Rs 16.20 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The new limited edition motorcycle would be available in a dual tone paint scheme with two variations, Blue And Silver and White and Silver. Apart from the new colour scheme, the limited edition motorcycle also gets a Yoshimura R-77J slip-on exhaust.

Suzuki Hayabusa Z limited edition Right front three quarters
The Limited Edition Hayabusa Z features a pair of Yoshimura R-77 carbon/titanium slip on exhausts

The Hayabusa Z will comes in at a premium of Rs 20,000 more than its standard version. The engine in its stock tune, is a 1,340 cc four cylinder, liquid cooled unit that is capable of providing 197 bhp of power and 154 Nm of torque. While the new end can would not be able to dramatically change this output (being only a slip-on), there would certainly be a small percentage of improvement that would be noticed with the performance.

That, combined with the weight reduction from the carbon fibre-tipped titanium exhaust, the difference would be slightly more noticeable. Suzuki India has not commented on the actual power output that is achieved from the aftermarket exhaust, but we are guessing it would be in the range of 3-5 bhp (which actually makes the motorcycle cross the 200 bhp mark).

Alongside the new paint and a the R-77J end can, customers would also get a 1:48 model of the motorcycle and a racing calendar. Leaving the calendar and scale model aside, if one would go to purchase the Yoshimura R-77 exhaust from the market, he would be set back approximately Rs 30,000 (plus duties and taxes, since Yoshimura is not officially available in India). Thus for buyers who are interested, this is actually quite a lucrative deal.

The Limited Edition 'Hayabusa Z' was first showcased at the Motorcycle Live Show that took place in November 2014 at Birmingham, UK. The motorcycle was showcased alongside other 'Limited Edition' Suzuki motorcycles such as the Suzuki GSX-R1000 MotoGP Replica and the Suzuki V-Strom 1000 Desert.

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