2022 Suzuki Hayabusa

Feb 05, 2021 View Comments by

Since its original launch in 1999, the Hayabusa has continued to provide riders with greater horsepower and torque than any other sport bike at engine speeds up to 6,000 rpm. The new Hayabusa carries on this legacy as the ultimate sport bike with an advanced new collection of intelligent electronic controls. The new Hayabusa delivers even smoother torque and more power through the low to mid range.

Engine Features

  • Inherits the Hayabusa’s legendary high-performance 1,340cm3 liquid-cooled inline-four engine, while implementing refinements to further improve efficiency and durability.
  • New exclusively designed exhaust system contributes to improved low- to mid-range power and torque output, and also to satisfying Euro 5 emissions standards.
  • Improved engine characteristics result in smoother, more consistently powerful output through the low- to mid-range engine speeds most commonly used in daily riding.

Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S.)

  • Suzuki Drive Mode Selector Alpha (SDMS-α) featuring a selection of 3 factory preset and 3 user definable modes.

– Motion Track Traction Control System (10 modes  + OFF)

– Power Mode Selector (3 modes)

– Bi-directional Quick Shift System (2 modes + OFF)

– Anti-lift Control System (10 modes + OFF)

– Engine Brake Control System (3 modes + OFF)

  • Active Speed Limiter
  • Launch Control System (3 modes)
  • Emergency Stop Signal
  • Suzuki Easy Start System
  • Low RPM Assist
  • Cruise Control System
  • Combined Brake System
  • Motion Track Brake System
  • Slope Dependent Control System
  • Hill Hold Control System

Chassis Features

  • Light, strong twin-spar aluminum alloy frame and swingarm constructed using castings and extrusions combine top performance with tried and proven reliability.
  • Wind-cutting aerodynamic design features one of the best drag coefficients achieved by any motorcycle, excellent lift characteristics and wind protection. In addition to contributing to high-speed stability and controllability, this makes the ride more comfortable and less tiring.
  • Handling characteristics achieve a fine balance of confidence-inspiring stability at high speeds and nimble handling with reassuring controllability at low speeds.
  • Internal settings for the fully adjustable 43mm outer diameter KYB inverted front forks and KYB rear suspension changed to better absorb shock and realize even great straight-line stability.
  • 4-piston Brembo Stylema® front brakecalipers paired with 320mm outer diameter discs improve braking efficiency.
  • New exclusively designed Bridgestone tires provide better grip.
  • New 7-spoke wheel design improves grip feel.
  • 50:50 front-rear weight distribution.
  • Handlebars mounted 12mm closer to the rider vastly improve comfort, reduce fatigue and also enhance handling control when enjoying a sporty ride.


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