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  • Q. Is Suzuki Hayabusa good for touring?
    Divyanshu | 7 months ago

    Yes it is good fir touring if you are riding a super bike from long time. If you are new super bike rider then it's not good for you because it does not have and safety features other than ABS.

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  • Q. Is Suzuki Hayabusa faster than ZX-10R?
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    Suzuki Hayabusa gets a bigger 1340 cc 4-Cylinder, 4-Stroke, DOHC engine with which Suzuki can clock around 312 kmph of maximum speed while the Kawasaki Ninja ZX 10R gets a 998 cc In-Line four-cylinder engine and a top speed of around 300 kmph.

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  • Q. Hello,Give me the news about Hayabusa, is it a good bike in the long run? Goldwing or heritage softail classic or Hayabusa?Also let me know the maintenance cost of these bikes
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    The Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic is a legendary cruiser with the classic retro build as an astonishing engine. The bike definitely defines the Harleys legacy with classic use of the metal. However, the big has been offered with a very low ground clearance(120mm) which could face issues when it comes to the Indian roads with bumpy speed breakers. If we talk about the most ballistic option out of the 3 bikes, Suzuki Hayabusa is the speed monster with every inch of the bike craving for more speed. The Hayabusa is more of a superbike focused for high speed with a more tucked in riding posture and an enormous amount of torque under it. In terms of a cruiser full of features, refined engine and a beautiful stance the Honda Goldwing steals the show. The Honda Goldwing has been glorified with the features such as keyless ignition, an electronically-controlled windscreen, music system, heated grips, adjustable suspension and even an air-bag as an option. Moreover, the Honda Goldwing has a got 4 modes first time in the Goldwing's history.If the maintenance is taken into account the Honda Goldwing's maintenance cost is most of the other two since this bike has been loaded with enormous abilities a bike can do and to maintain that big bike requires a good amount.Click here for the comparison: https://www.zigwheels.com/bike-comparison/harley-davidson-heritage-softail-classic-vs-honda-gold-wing-gl-1800-vs-suzuki-hayabusa

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  • Q. Is Hayabusa worth buying please suggest?
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    Suzuki Hayabusa is a sports bike launched at a base ex-showroom price of Rs. 13.75 lakh in December 2018 by Suzuki in India. Hayabusa is powered by a 1340cc engine claiming mileage of 17kmpl. If you are a riding enthusiast and looking for high power and torque at the best price. The Hayabusa will be an ideal pick. The iconic Hayabusa delivers a power of 197 BHP and aq torque of 155 Nm which gives it a top speed of 312 Kmph. For more information on the bike, follow the below link - Info. Moreover, you can have a test ride of the bike for a better idea of comfort and ride quality by visiting the nearest dealer in your city - Dealers.

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  • Q. Does Suzuki Hayabusa drive like GSX S1000?
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    Suzuki Hayabusa comes with a 1340 cc, 4-Cylinder, Liquid-cooled, 4-Stroke, DOHC engine which generates a power of 197 hp whereas, Suzuki GSK is powered by 999cc, in-line four-cylinder, four-stroke engine which generates a power of 150bhp. So, performance-wise Suzuki Hayabusa will be faster than Suzuki GSX S100. Moreover, we'd suggest taking the test ride so that you can understand the difference and finalize your decision - Bike Showrooms

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  • Q. How good is Suzuki Hayabusa on Indian roads and traffic? In terms of heating issues due to heavy traffic. Is it more practical to use then GSXR1000 or any 1000 cc sports?
    Kumayt | 1 week ago

    It is not getting to much of heat in traffic And another 1000 cc sports you can go for Kawasaki zx 10r

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