Suzuki two-wheeler, the on-road performance, and high potential motorbike range bring you its multi-feature laden Hayate EP under its established Hayate series. The new motorbike bears the capacity to bloom the motorbike community with its power and hi-tech performance.
Well, Suzuki, as you all know is a Japan-based organization which partners with Maruti to be the four-wheeler manufacturing company with the largest market-share in India. Likewise, it makes sure to fill its two-wheeler manufacturing hub with technically strong yet affordable motorbikes for the Indian motorbike community.
This time also it has launched one of its best in the form of Hayate EP. I know you are eager to know more about the design and specifications of this overhauled motorbike, so let us quickly move ahead with further details.
Suzuki Motorbike is one of the most competitive companies in the motorbike industry of India. It works effectively to bring out amazing motorbike creations, thereby withstanding its name in terms of quality, performance, and satisfaction to its valuable customers.
In the same line frame, Suzuki presented its new “Hayate EP” this year at one of its showrooms in New-Delhi, India.
Hayate EP model is a pre-owned version whose first model was launched in 2012, followed by another launch in January 2016. With many alterations and additional features, the new Hayate EP model was launched at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 52, 953 in KarolBagh, N. Delhi.
Hayate EP is facilitated with high-technology robust 110 cc 4-stroke, single-cylinder air-cooled engine with the spark plug of high-ignition and low fiction cylinder.
It helps in delivering high performance with low fuel consumption as it drives a torque of 9.3 Nm at 5000 rpm resulting in 60 km/ph mileage range. The tank holds up to 10 liters and the heart of Hayate EP, the engine gives an output of 8.7 Nm at 7500 rpm.
To comfort both the pillion and the rider, it comes with the longest seat that assures maximum comfort. Well, riders, you need not worry about the suspension factors when 5-step adjustable dual preload rear suspension is added in Hayate EP that helps the rider in terms of flexibility.
Another feature of the motorbike is the swing arm and long wheelbase that improves stability and balance when riding with a passenger.
The alloy wheels of Hayate EP help in weight reduction, compression ratio and reduces friction as it is fitted with a low wheelbase of 70/100-17 telescopic tubeless tyres on the front end and 80/100-17 dual 5-step adjustable tubeless tyres on the rear end.
Fuel Type: Petrol
Start Type: Kick and electric
Overall Length: 2,025 mm
Overall Height: 1,060 mm
Overall Weight: 740mm
Ground Clearance: 165mm
Battery: Maintenance-free 12 V battery
Brake System: Drum
Seat Height: 795mm
The new Hayate EP is designed to guarantee all the requirements of daily commuters who wish for a comfortable ride.
The motorbike now comes in three attractive color options – Pearl Mira Red, Glass Sparkle Black, and Metallic Oort Grey.
It follows a classic design with cutting-edge SEP technology along with super sleek piston and two-wheeler components. The powerful lines on the tank with edginess and tail of Hayate EP mirrors of a sporty look and the new stylish graphics effects stand unbeatable. One of the design attractions of Hayate EP is its new diamond frame and bright lamp with indicators.
No one can deny the fact that the brand new Hayate EP is a new treasure for the motorbike community. If riding is your passion and motorbike is your best companion then there is a long way where Hayate EP can take you to.
So, without delaying anymore, pre-book a test ride for the Hayate EP and buy an affordable daily use two-wheeler today.
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