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Suzuki Hayabusa: Same Price Other Options


What else can you buy for the price of this rocketship?

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The Suzuki Hayabusa enjoys a cult following the world over, thanks to its stonking performance and handling that belies its size and weight. It gets a massive 1370cc in-line four-cylinder motor that pushes upwards of 190PS and can help this hyper tourer easily cross 300kmph. Priced at Rs 13.75 lakh, the 'Busa offers exceptional value if you are looking for a hypersonic way to travel between states. However, as special as the Hayabusa may be, here are five other bikes you can buy for the same money.

Suzuki Hayabusa same price other options

1. Honda Africa Twin (Rs 13.5 lakh)
For 2019, the Honda Africa Twin was launched with a new Blue paint scheme. This full-size adventure tourer gets a parallel-twin motor that pushes out 88.9PS and 93.1Nm of torque. It gets a 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, making it the only big bike in India to get one. With its long travel suspension, 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels shod with dual-purpose tyres, the Africa Twin is at home on the tarmac and off-road.

Suzuki Hayabusa same price other options

2. Triumph Tiger 800 XCx (Rs 14.03 lakh)
The Triumph Tiger 800 XCx is one of the most versatile motorcycles we have ever ridden here at ZigWheels. Be it a ride to Ladakh or just heading down to your favourite coffee shop in the city, the Tiger 800 XCx is game for it all. It gets an in-line three-cylinder motor that makes 95PS and 79Nm of torque. The XCx is the off-road focused variant of the Tiger 800. It gets off-road spec long-travel WP suspension and 19-/17-inch spoke wheels. 

Suzuki Hayabusa same price other options

3. BMW F 750 GS Pro (Rs 13.40 lakh)
The third bike on this list is also an adventure tourer. That should tell you something about the wide array of choices for a mid-capacity ADV in India. Of the three ADVs on this list, the BMW F 750 GS is the most fun-to-ride bike on tarmac. The bike gets an 853cc parallel-twin motor that delivers 77PS and 83Nm of torque. Given its road bias, the F 750 GS might not have the spunk or the off-road capabilities of its elder sibling, the F 850 GS, but it is definitely the more manageable option. While the base F 750 GS is available for Rs 11.95 lakh, we would definitely recommend getting the Pro version which gets extra electronic goodies as well as a semi-active monoshock at the rear. The F 750 is a great everyday motorcycle which can be used occasionally on dirt trail as well.

Suzuki Hayabusa same price other options

4. Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R (Rs 13.99 lakh)
India’s most affordable litre-class superbike is by no means less competent than its rivals. Its 998cc in-line four motor delivers a heady 203PS (213PS with ram air) and 114.9Nm. To keep this power in check, the Kawasaki ZX-10R gets a host of electronic nannies as well as race-spec features like launch control, cornering traction control, cornering ABS, engine brake control, and bi-directional quick shifter. While the Ninja ZX-10R might not be an everyday practical sportbike owing to its committed riding position, it sure is the most powerful track-day bike (or even bike) for the money.

Suzuki Hayabusa same price other options

5. Harley Davidson Low Rider (Rs 13.69 lakh)
If cruisers are your thing, the Low Rider is one bike you can have for the price of the Suzuki Hayabusa. Laden with chrome, the Low Rider’s USP is its new Milwaukee Eight V-twin powerplant. This new 1745cc motor delivers a staggering 144Nm of torque at as low as 3000rpm. You also get a lighter, more dynamic frame that makes the Low Rider handle better. This is also a bike which shorter riders will appreciate more as the ‘buckhorn’ handlebars are easier to reach.

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