Suzuki Hayate

` 49,213* Onwards
*Ex Showroom Price Delhi
3 / 5 based on 5 reviews
Suzuki Hayate
  • Colors
  • Economy
    Mileage
    54 Kmpl

  • Performance
    Engine
    112.8 cc

    BHP
    8.3


  • Capacity
    Fuel Capacity
         10.5 Ltrs
  • Comfort
    Self Start
    Kick Start
  • EMI
    Duration
    36 Months
    EMI
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Suzuki Hayate Specifications

Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power
Suzuki Hayate Drum Manual 112.8 cc
4 Stroke, Air -Cooled, 1-Cylinder, SOHC
54 Kmpl 8.3 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Suzuki Hayate Electric Start Manual 112.8 cc
4 Stroke, Air -Cooled, Single -Cylinder, SOHC
54 Kmpl 8.3 bhp @ 7500 rpm

Suzuki Hayate Review

  • News Update

    21st August, 2015: Suzuki Hayate is a premium 110cc commuter motorcycle introduced by the company to cater the common mass that crave for a perfect value for money and trustworthy package. The bike is powered by a 112.8cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that puts out 8.18bhp of power and 8.8Nm of torque. Besides this, it comes with a sharp and impressive body styling that puts it high on the grounds of visuals. Recently, the company has updated it with numerous elements such as body coloured side body panels, body decals, five-step adjustable rear shock absorbers and tubeless tyres. Suzuki Hayate is available across the dealerships in the following four attractive colour schemes: Pearl Mirage White, Pearl Moonstone Grey, Glass Sparkle Black-Blue Graphic and Glass Sparkle Black-Red Graphic. The bike takes on other leading 110cc players such as TVS Star City+, Mahindra Centuro and Honda Dream Yuga competitively. 

  • Overview

    Suzuki Hayate was introduced by the company keeping in mind the requirements of office goers and daily commuting people. The bike presents itself as a worthy and all-round performer that hardly fails to deliver a satisfying performance in any circumstances. However, the bike failed to show huge unit sales to its manufacturer due to the availability of better and even more competitive commuter motorcycles in the Indian two-wheeler market.

    Suzuki Hayate has been fitted with a 112.8cc, air-cooled, SOHC, engine that comes linked with a four-speed manual transmission system and generates a maximum power of 8.18bhp at 7,500rpm with a net torque of 8.8Nm at 5,500rpm. The fuel efficient carbureted engine returns a decent mileage of 60kmpl, which is quite good in terms of daily commuting. The bike progresses on 70/100-17M/C 40P front and 80/100-17M/C 53P rear tyres that have a good adhesion property and offers superior grip on any kind of surface. The machine slows down with the help of reliable 130mm drum brakes that works fine in all conditions. The suspension duties are carried out by telescopic forks upfront and spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear.

    Suzuki Hayate comes with a decent and impressive body design that makes it a classy and well-dressed commuting machine. The front profile has an edgy and pointed headlamp that delivers some genuine sportiness to the bike. A black visor crowned over it further upgrades the looks department. The neatly designed and highly finished fuel tank offers a good and comfortable riding posture to the rider along with well-padded seating. The rear end has been mounted with a premium black coloured rear grab rail and a robust tail lamp section that comes integrated with sharp turning blinkers. The sporty and sleek black silencer gives a high-end finish to the bike. The bike measures 2,030mm x 720mm x 1,070mm (LxWxH) end to end and has a wheelbase and minimum ground clearance of 1,260mm and 165mm respectively that ensures good handling and stability characteristics. Suzuki Hayate has a 10.50 liter fuel tank and sports an analogue instrumentation comprising of a speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge. 

  • Design

    Suzuki Hayate has a classy front profile that is witnessed by a stylish and edgy headlamp section. The front fender is a bit narrower as compared to the conventional ones but looks stunning. The fuel tank is chiseled neat and simple following a sharp pattern and offers a good riding position to the rider. The side panels of the bike receive an impressive matte black treatment and delivers a high-end feel. The bike has a sleek and long comfortable seat that provides optimum comfort to the rider and pillion. Furthermore, it has been coated in an all-black theme that enhances its overall appeal. The presence of a robust tail lamp and a black coloured grab rail further intensifies the character of the machine.

    The bike has body dimensions of 2,030mm x 720mm x 1,070mm (LxWxH) and has a wheelbase of 1,260mm that offers superior handling. A minimum ground clearance of 165mm ensures that the bike remains stable while taking sharp turns. It has been assisted with a 10.50 liter fuel tank and weighs to 114kgs. The instrument cluster of the machine goes old-fashioned with an analogue speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge. 

  • Engine & Performance

    Suzuki Hayate is powered by a 112.8cc, SOHC, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that comes mated to a four-speed manual transmission system and uses wet multiplate clutch assembly. It churns out a maximum power of 8.18bhp at 7,500rpm with a net torque of 8.8Nm at 5,500rpm. The VM17 carburetor mill has a compression ratio of 9.5:1 and comes with a bore x stroke ratio of 51mm x 55.2mm. With this arrangement, the bike hits a top speed of 90kmph and returns a decent overall fuel efficiency of 60kmpl. 

  • Braking & Handling

    The bike has been equipped with 70/100-17M/C 40P front and 80/100-17M/C 53P rear tyres that are mounted over stylish black alloy wheels. The retardation is done by mechanical, leading trailing type drum brakes fitted at both ends. The suspension system comprises of telescopic, coil spring, oil damped forks at the front and swingarm with telescopic, coil spring, oil damped shock absorbers at the rear.

  • Safety Features

    Suzuki Hayate has a powerful and luminous 12V-35/35W headlight that delivers a steady beam of light even under low rpm’s, thereby ensuring a proper vision at nights and low light conditions. The twin rear view mirrors gives convenience to the rider by keeping him aware of his surroundings. These couple of features make it a safe and secure commuter motorcycle that fits-in well for everyone’s requirements. 

  • Pros

    Competitive Price
    Fuel Economy
    Ride Quality
    Smooth Engine

  • Cons

    Traditional and Outdated Instrument Cluster
    Styling could be better
    Should have more safety features

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