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Suzuki launches 2015 Hayate with updated body graphics

Suzuki launches 2015 Hayate with updated body graphics

Snapshot: The new Hayate comes with tubeless tires and refreshed body decals.

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The festive month is near and every major automobile manufacturer is rolling up their sleeves for the season. We recently witnessed the launch of much awaited Yamaha YZF-R3 and this is just the starting of festive season’s launches. Now Suzuki Motorcycles India has launched the 2015 Hayate with updated graphics and few mechanical upgrades as well. The new Hayate comes with tubeless tires and refreshed body decals.

The 2015 Hayate is available in colours including Glass Sparkle Black with Blue graphics, Glass Sparkle Black with Red Graphics, Pearl Mira Red with Glass Sparkle Black, Pearl Moon Stone Grey and Pearl Mirage White. Apart from all the cosmetic, the new Hayate has been equipped with new maintenance free battery plus 5-step adjustable rear coil spring shock absorbers. The bike is equipped with electric starter but on the braking part it lacks front disc. The new Hayate still runs on the same 112.8cc air-cooled engine it used previously generating 8.3bhp or power and 8.8Nm of torque. Suzuki Hayate locks horns with of Honda Dream series, Hero Passion Pro, Bajaj Discover, Mahindra Centuro and TVS Star City. Type in your comments below and let us know what you think about the new Hayate.

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