Suzuki Hayate
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Suzuki Hayate

`53,945* Onwards View Breakup
*On Road Price, Delhi
4 / 5 based on 11 reviews
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  • Performance
    50 Kmpl
    Top Speed
    90 Kmph

  • Engine
    112.8 cc

  • Transmission
    4 Speed
  • Ignition
    10.5 Ltrs
    Self Start
  • EMI
    36 Months


December 2, 2015: Few years back, Suzuki, the Japanese manufacturer has launched its premium 110cc commuter bike named as “Suzuki Hayate” to cater the common mass and ease out their daily commuting. The bike gets its power from 112.8cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that generates 8.18 bhp of power and 8.8 Nm of torque. It is equipped with a sharp and impressive body style that makes it look appealing. In August 2015, the company has updated it with various elements that are body colored side body panels, body decals, five-step adjustable rear shock absorbers and tubeless tyres. The motorcycle available in four colors shades: Pearl Mirage White, Pearl Moonstone Grey, Glass Sparkle Black-Blue Graphic and Glass Sparkle Black-Red Graphic and is priced at Rs. 49,682 (Ex-Showroom, Delhi).  Its rivals are TVS Star City+, Mahindra Centuro and Honda Dream Yuga.

Suzuki Hayate Price


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Suzuki Hayate Specifications
Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power
Suzuki Hayate Drum Manual 4 Stroke, Air -Cooled, 1-Cylinder, SOHC 50 Kmpl 8.3 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Suzuki Hayate Electric Start Manual 4 Stroke, Air -Cooled, 1-Cylinder, SOHC 50 Kmpl 8.3 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Suzuki Hayate EP Manual 4 Stroke, Air -Cooled, 1-Cylinder, SOHC 54 Kmpl 6.3 bhp @ 7500 rpm

Suzuki Hayate Road Test

The pros: Better ergonomics, smooth engine, nice pick-up, easy to maneuver. Suspension system works well and braking efforts are also appreciable. The cons: Lacks of an engine-kill switch and a pass light switch. Gear shifting pattern is quite tricky. The crux: Overall, Hayate is a good option as a regular commuter.RatingA Japanese machine is always better in terms of technology, efficiency and performance, and when it comes to automobiles, Japanese machines are even better. When we see the Indian automobile market, one thing is pretty evident that Indians love Japanese mac... [ Read More ]

Suzuki Hayate Review
  • Overview

    Hayate was introduced by Suzuki Motorcycle India few years back. It is designed while keeping in mind the need of office goers and common mass. The bike proves itself as a worthy and all-round performer that hardly fails to provide a pleasing performance in any conditions. Suzuki Hayate house an 112.8cc, air-cooled, SOHC, engine that comes mated with a 4-speed manual transmission system and develops a maximum power of 8.18 bhp at 7500 rpm along with a net torque of 8.8 Nm at 5500 rpm. It uses fuel efficient carbureted engine that returns a decent mileage of 60 kmpl. The bike runs on 70/100-17M/C 40P front and 80/100-17M/C 53P rear tubeless tyres that have a good friction property and ensures premium grip on any kind of terrains. The commuter bike slows down with the help of trustworthy Mechanical, Leading-Trailing Drum brakes at the both ends that work very well in enormous approach. The suspension system is comprises of telescopic forks at the front and spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear.

    The bike features a decent and stunning body design that makes it a high-class and well-dressed commuting bike. The front fascia of the bike is equipped with an edgy and pointed headlamp that offers some genuine sportiness to the machine. The neatly crafted and highly finished fuel tank provides a smooth and comfortable riding stance to the rider. Coming to the rear, it has been fitted with a black colored rear grab rail and a robust tail lamp section that comes integrated with clear lens turning indicators. The sporty and shiny black silencer offers a classy finish to the motorcycle. The bike measures 2030 mm in length, 720 mm in width, 1070 mm in height along with a wheelbase of 1260 mm that offers a sound stability while on the go. It has a minimum ground clearance of 165mm that ensures sharp and agile handling around the corners. It has a 10.50 liters fuel tank and features an analogue instrument console that comprising of a speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge.

  • Design

    Suzuki Hayate comes with a high-end front profile that is noticed by an elegant and edgy headlamp section. The front fender of the bike is a bit small as against to the conventional ones but looks impressive. It has a neat and simply designed fuel tank that follow a sharp pattern and gives a good riding posture to the rider. The side panels are comes wrapped in matte black color and offers a classy feel. The bike also sports long and smooth comfortable seat that delivers optimum comfort to the rider as well as pillion. Talking about the rear, it has a tough lamp and a black colored grab rail that further boost the personality of the machine.

    It comes with an overall body dimension of 2030 mm in length, 720 mm in width, 1070 mm in height along with a wheelbase of 1260 mm that provides premium handling while riding. A minimum ground clearance of 165mm ensures that the bike remains stable while cornering. It has been aided with neatly crafted fuel tank of 10.50-liter capacity and has a reserve capacity of 2 liters. The total kerb weight is 114kgs. The vehicle sports a traditional instrument cluster that includes  an analogue speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge.

  • Engine & Performance

    Suzuki Hayate is propelled by an 112.8cc, SOHC, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that comes coupled to a four-speed manual transmission system and uses wet multiplate clutch assembly. The motor belts out a maximum power of 8.18bhp at 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 8.8 Nm at 5500 rpm. The VM17 carburetor mill comes with a compression ratio of 9.5:1 and a power oriented bore x stroke ratio of 51 mm x 55.2 mm. With this hardware configuration, the bike can reach a maximum speed of 90 kmph and returns a decent mileage of 60 kmpl.

  • Braking & Handling

    Suzuki Hayate rides on 70/100-17M/C 40P front and 80/100-17M/C 53P rear tubeless tyres that are fitted over elegant black alloy wheels. The braking duties are carried out by mechanical, leading trailing type drum brakes that are mounted at both, front and rear ends. To offer an optimum comfort and hassle-free ride, the manufacturer configured the bike with suspension system that includes telescopic forks at the front and spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear.

  • Safety Features

    Suzuki Hayate comes with a powerful and luminous 12V-35/35W headlight that offers a steady beam of light even under low speed, thereby it ensures a clear vision at nights and low light conditions. It also features a 12V, 5Ah Maintenance Free battery that reduces the running costs. These couple of features make it a safe and secure commuter motorcycle that fits-in well for everyone’s requirements.

  • Pros

    Fuel Economy

    Ride Quality

    Smooth Engine

  • Cons

    Traditional and Outdated Instrument Cluster

    Styling could be better

    Braking Could be better

    Should have more safety features

User Reviews

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  • Suzuki Hayate
    by Satyam Jaiswal | Oct 2015

    This bike Suzuki hayate gives me a lot of satisfaction rather than any other bike, and the most important thing which matters in every bike is its after sale service satisfaction which you won't get from every company but Suzuki dilevers a very good after sale service and it has very low maintenance cost. Now I should talk about its preformance, Suzuki hayate gives you a very good mileage as it was sai... Read Full Review

  • My Suzuki Hayate Is My Dream Bike
    by Zinzuvadiya Bhavin | Oct 2015

    My suzuki hayate is very comfortable and its performance is outstanding. It is very powerful at city as well as highway also. Its milage is very good and it is awsome then other 100 cc bike. It is my dream bike...... Read Full Review

  • A Bike With Stunnig Graphics And Superior Mileage
    by Nilanjan Prasad | Oct 2015

    A bike with a 4 stroke, air cooled,112 cc engine makes for a peppy ride. Its 10.5 liter fuel tank and unbeatable mileage cuts down trips to the petrol bunk even for daily commuters. The bike incudes Maintenance Free Battery, tubeless tyres, 5-Step adjustable rear shock absorber, aluminum cast wheels and front and rear drum brakes. The aggressive headlight, new-age fender and stylish rear lights give the Hay... Read Full Review

  • This Bike Amazing And Love It
    by Manish Kumar | Oct 2015

    Suzuki Hayate Very good ride quality unlike 100cc bikes suitable for long drives Good bike with not intednded mileage The style is good andcomfortable long seat.Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and GearboxThe power and pick up is excellent. Smooth runnig even at 70kmph. suitable for long rides. but maintainance cost is high and mileage is around 55 kmph both in town as well as highways. Gear box is very ... Read Full Review

  • Hayate The Best
    by Nand Singh | Sep 2013

    maine 1 month pahle bike kharida hai mai 75+ aaramdayak and stylist v hai... Read Full Review

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Suzuki Hayate News

  • All new Suzuki Hayate EP unveiled
    BY Rommel Albuquerque | January 27, 2016 | 516 Views

    Suzuki Motorcycle India has just unveiled the all new Hayate EP just days before the Auto Expo 2016. The all new Hayate EP is will be powered by a robust 110cc engine churning out 8.9PS at 7,500rpm and 9.3Nm at 5,000rpm. The Hayate EP now uses the Suzuki Super Sleek Piston, high-... Read Full News

  • Updated Suzuki Hayate Launched, Costs Rs. 54,601
    BY Pradeep Shah | August 21, 2015 | 634 Views

    Soon after releasing dual tone colours of its popular scooter Lets, the Japanese manufacturer Suzuki has launched the revised version of its popular 110cc commuter motorcycle, Suzuki Hayate. The new avatar comes with body coloured side panels along with new graphics. Besides the ... Read Full News

  • Suzuki Hayate gets new look, priced at Rs. 44,969 , specs inside
    BY Naveen Soni | September 3, 2014 | 667 Views

    Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL) has launched the new generation Hayate in India at an price of Rs. 44,969 (Ex-Showroom, Delhi for the kick & self start variant). The on road price of the bike is Rs. 49,315 in Delhi, while the kick start variant costs Rs. 4... Read Full News

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