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Suzuki Hayabusa

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The latest version of Suzuki's iconic sportsbike - the legendary Hayabusa - is touching down on the Australian market.

Shocking the motorcycling world upon its inception in 1999 and named after the Japanese bird of prey capable of speeds in excess of 300 km/h, the latest Suzuki Hayabusa is sure to turn heads in its two striking new colour schemes.

Over the last decade, the motorcycle has evolved while staying true to its concept - the pinnacle of high-performance motorcycles. Its sensational power, speed, smooth ride and overwhelming presence continue to fascinate owners and onlookers alike. Because the Hayabusa is, and always will be, the ultimate sport bike.

The Hayabusa is equipped with top shelf radial mount Brembo monobloc front brake calipers, promising tactile feedback to the rider and increased initial bite to tame the Hayabusa's incredible power.

The standard equipment Antilock Brake System (ABS)* unit features a lightweight, compact design. The ABS enhances brake performance by helping prevent, to a certain extent, wheel locking due to changes in road conditions or excessive braking, by matching stopping power to available traction.

This iconic hyper-sports bike features the advanced Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) giving the rider a choice of three available engine maps to suit rider preferences and riding conditions.

Designed for maximum performance, the new 2015 Suzuki Hayabusa represents the pinnacle of sportsbike engineering, performance and styling.

The 2015 Suzuki Hayabusa will be available in November in two all new aggressive and sporty styled colour schemes - Metallic Thunder Grey / Glass Sparkle Black and Pearl Bracing White/ Metallic Mystic Silver and retains the same retail price as last year's model at $19,290*.
Colours: Metallic Thunder Grey/ Glass Sparkle Black and Pearl Bracing White/ Metallic Mystic Silver
SUZUKI HAYABUSA SPECIFICATIONS:
Engine: 1340cc, In-line 4-cylinder, 4-stroke, DOHC, Liquid-cooled
Fuel System: Fuel Injection, 44mm SDTV
Transmission: 6-Speed with Slipper Clutch
Front Suspension: 43mm KYB inverted diamond-like coated (DLC) forks with adjustable compression, rebound and spring preload
Rear Suspension: Link type, KYB with adjustable compression, rebound and spring preload
Front Tyre: 120/70ZR17, Bridgestone BT015F
Rear Tyre: 190/50ZR17, Bridgestone BT015R
Front Brake: Brembo Monobloc Radial-mount 4-piston calipers, dual 310mm floating discs with ABS
Rear Brake: Tokico single-piston caliper, 260mm disc with ABS
Seat height: 805mm
Wheelbase: 1,480mm
Length: 2,190mm
Width: 735mm
Height: 1,165mm
Fuel Capacity: 21.0L
Wet Weight: 266kg (Including all fluids)
Warranty: Two-year unlimited Km's
Recommended Price - $19,290*
* Recommended Price excludes dealer delivery and government charges.
For further information, interested customers should visit participating Suzuki dealers, who can be found via the Dealer Locator on www.suzuki.com.au.

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