Designed in 1996, the Suzuki Hayabusa has been an iconic superbike ever since, famed for its combination of performance, speed and appearance. Now, it returns to British roads after two years of absence, making waves in the motorcycling industry once more – and we were lucky enough to test this latest iteration of this legendary bike in Spain! This review will focus on how much the new model has changed from its predecessor, as well as whether or not it’s worth paying extra for the latest model – read on to find out!
The Suzuki Hayabusa is a legend. It has been the fastest production motorcycle in the world, won multiple awards and even starred in movies. But after more than a decade of success, it was retired. Now, as it makes its triumphant return, find out what sets this iconic bike apart and how you can get your own! First things first, it may look just like a regular old Suzuki Hayabusa but there are some significant improvements for 2018: The engine uses an aluminum cylinder head with smaller valves to keep weight down; the frame and swingarm are made from stainless steel for increased corrosion resistance; the new TFT display lets riders know exactly how much power they’re using at any given time (along with other detailed info) and more.
The Suzuki Hayabusa has been a legend in motorcycle circles for decades, and its reintroduction to the UK in 2019 is an eagerly anticipated event. For many years, the Hayabusa was only sold in America but now it is being reintroduced to European markets as well. It will be sold as a premium product that is more expensive than other Suzuki models, with prices starting at £7,899.
The Suzuki Hayabusa sits at the pinnacle of all their bikes; it is their fastest bike on offer and also their most expensive. With a top speed of 190mph and acceleration from 0-60mph in just 3 seconds, this bike will satisfy any adrenaline junkie. It has two transmission modes: manual and semi-automatic.
The legend is back. Suzuki has just revealed the return of the legendary Hayabusa, a bike so iconic and recognisable that it has been named after the Japanese word for Peregrine Falcon.
Since its debut in 1999, the original Hayabusa set new benchmarks for performance, power and handling. The new generation of the legendary motorcycle is no different.
The biggest change to this latest incarnation is the engine, which now features fuel injection (rather than carburetor) and a displacement increase from 998cc to 1,301cc. The result? A power output of 143kW at 11,000rpm with torque increased from 109Nm at 8500 rpm – more than enough to break traction on any surface you dare to explore.
Is Hayabusa faster than a Bugatti?
The Suzuki Hayabusa is a very fast bike, and it has been the fastest production motorcycle on earth for many years. It was designed to be a street-legal racing bike. The Bugatti Veyron is an expensive, high-performance car that can accelerate to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds. The Bugatti Veyron costs over $2 million and you cannot even buy one new today because they are all sold out. I cannot speak for anyone who hasn’t driven both of these vehicles, but I would say that the Hayabusa might be faster than the Bugatti Veyron on a race track or drag strip.
Is the Hayabusa still the fastest bike?
It is difficult to come up with a definitive answer, but the Hayabusa is one of the fastest bikes on the market. It has an impressive top speed of 186 mph (299 km/h) and can get from 0-60 in 2.6 seconds, which is about as fast as you will find on any bike. One interesting feature that makes this bike so fast is its aerodynamic design and how it helps reduce drag by 40% compared to other bikes on the market. This may be one reason why Suzuki has nicknamed this bike The Black Mamba after a snake that moves very quickly and stealthily through the jungle!
What is the real price of Hayabusa?
The real price of a Suzuki Hayabusa is £10,599 which is around $13,000. The price may seem high but you get what you pay for and with the latest technology and design, it is worth it. The popularity of the bike is proven by its position in the Guinness World Records as fastest production bike ever made.
It also has an amazing 0-60 time of just 2.5 seconds!
Only in Japan can you find one!
The new Hayabusa is a ground-up, clean-sheet design with an all-new 4-cylinder engine. The bike will be available in the UK starting this August and will cost £13,999. It comes with Suzuki’s first use of ABS (anti-lock braking system) and traction control to help riders control the bike’s increased power while still giving them the ability to brake, accelerate and steer at their own pace.