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Suzuki Motorcycles India have been mostly involved in making sporty commuter bikes that are mostly targeted towards the younger consumer segment. Gixxer series which now has an entire range is famous among the youth is a testament to that. Even the commuter bikes made decades ago in collaboration with TVS Motors, like the Suzuki Samurai, Suzuki Shogun and Suzuki Shaolin were sporty with their nature. To make a decent commuter bike to appeal to the mature segment, Suzuki did try their luck with....Read complete review
The least priced variant is Base priced at Rs. and the most priced variant is Suzuki Hayate EP priced at Rs. 63,969.
|Electric Start||112.8 cc,||Rs55,241|
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Suzuki Motorcycles India have been mostly involved in making sporty commuter bikes that are mostly targeted towards the younger consumer segment. Gixxer series which now has an entire range is famous among the youth is a testament to that. Even the commuter bikes made decades ago in collaboration with TVS Motors, like the Suzuki Samurai, Suzuki Shogun and Suzuki Shaolin were sporty with their nature. To make a decent commuter bike to appeal to the mature segment, Suzuki did try their luck with the Suzuki Heat, Suzuki Slingshot, and Suzuki Zeus. But those bikes didn't stick with the commuters in India and were later discontinued. So in 2012, the Suzuki Hayate was launched to compete with the bigwigs like Hero Splendor, Hero Passion, Honda Dream series, Bajaj Discover, and TVS Victor. To get people to buy this bike, it was promoted by none other than our famous Bollywood superstar Salman Khan. But it didn't work for long, and in the year 2016, Suzuki Motorcycle India finally updated its Hayate to what it is known as now, the Hayate EP. According to Suzuki officials, the all-new Suzuki Hayate EP is designed to appeal to every modern Indian rider. Hayate EP now has better fuel efficiency without compromising on pick-up and with good riding comfort, it makes for an ideal daily commuter. Suzuki Hayate EP is available in only one variant and is priced at Rs.52,953
In terms of design, the Suzuki Hayate EP is cosmetically refreshed over the previous model. This can be clearly seen with the new graphics that not only showcase the latest design trends but also looks much better than the previous one. On the front, the large multi-reflector headlamp looks very sharp and aggressive while the broad reflectors in it will provide excellent illumination for safe night riding. The matte black visor on the headlamp section gives the bike a sporty look and so do the new rearview mirrors. Hayate EP now sports powerful and edgy lines on the tank as well as the tail section and the stylish new graphics on them give the motorcycle a new refreshed look. The rear now gets a stylish tail lamp and to add to the sporty look, the rear grab bar is done in black. All-new Hayate EP now boasts a longer seat which provides more comfort to its rider as well as the pillion. Now, with the likes of Hero Passion, TVS Victor and Bajaj Discover all sporting semi-digital instrument console, the Suzuki Hayate EP still carries the analogue console which displays the speedometer, odometer, and the fuel gauge. Metallic Oort Grey, Pearl Mira Red and Glass Sparkle Black are the three attractive colours in which Hayate EP is available.
Trying to attract more commuter riders, the Hayate EP now has a high-tech and robust 113cc, 4 -Stroke, 1-Cylinder, Air-cooled, SOHC, 2 Valve engine. This engine produces a max power of 8.7PS at 7500rpm and a peak torque of 9.3 at 5000rpm. The engine is powered by Suzuki's cutting-edge SEP technology that uses the Suzuki Super Sleek Piston, high-ignition spark plug and low friction cylinder & piston rings. This technology helps improve combustion, increase the compression ratio and reduce the friction as well. The engine is mated to a 4-speed gearbox which is very smooth and refined. The all aluminium engine now powered by this cutting-edge tech currently boasts best fuel efficiency without compromising power or performance. Hence, a powerful pick-up is ensured on the Hayate EP and that too with a superb mileage of 60kmpl. Fuel tank capacity is a little bit less at 10 litres as compared to the likes of Hero Splendor.
Suspension duties on the Suzuki Hayate EP are handled by the telescopic forks up front and at the rear by a 5-way preload adjustable suspension which gives more flexibility for varied riders and riding conditions. The bike rides in 17-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels which are covered with 70/100 -17 section tubeless tyres on the front and at the rear by 80/100 -17 section tubeless tyres for a hassle-free ride for both the rider and the pillion. Braking is powered by drum brakes on the front as well as rear, though the disc is sorely missed on this bike, the drum brakes are decent enough and provide safety to the rider even on bad road patches. Unmatched stability is ensured as it has the longest wheelbase in its segment and the brand new diamond frame provides comfort plus rider utility. The riding position is upright as it is a basic commuter bike and due to the long seat, the ride is comfortable too.
Suzuki Hayate EP comes with an AHO headlight which is luminous as well as powerful and offers a steady beam of light thereby ensuring a clear visibility to the oncoming traffic at nights and low light conditions. The bike also features a maintenance-free battery that not only reduces the running costs but also enables the commuter motorcycle to fit well in everyone’s budget.
|On Road||Rs 47,812|
|Others||Rs 724 |
|On Road||Rs 55,241|
|Others||Rs 1,560 |
|On Road||Rs 57,728|
|Others||Rs 269 |
|On Road||Rs 63,969|