A 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 machines like anything.
Suzuki-led company Maruti Suzuki has been ruling the Indian car bazaar for more than two decades now. Two-wheeler companies like Honda and Yamaha are also doing pretty well. However, Suzuki’s two-wheeler arm Suzuki Motorcycles is not that popular in the country. To make things better, Suzuki launched made for India commuter last year called Hayate- which is a Japanese word for ‘fresh breeze.’ In India, 100-110cc commuters are the mass appeal products and hold the enormous pie of one of the largest two-wheeler markets in the world.
Suzuki Hayate is one of the most attractive bikes in the 100cc segment. Though the bike is lightweight and has an analog console, the bike gives a higher mileage and an enormously less in rate. Also, the motorbike comes with tubeless tires, which may be a very critical element. Overall the bike is priced for cash.
Suzuki Hayate was first released in 2012 in India. Rancon MotorBikes LTD carried the bike in Bangladesh in 2015. The motorcycle began to seize attention for its stunning competitive looks in its phase. The 110 cc bike falls below commuter bike class which guarantees better mileage.
The high-volume Indian commuter bike segment has received yet another motorcycle, the 112.8cc Suzuki Hayate. Hayate means ‘fresh breeze’ in Japanese. In profile, the conservative new bike takes you straight back to the Suzuki Slingshot, with an all too familiar curvy bikini fairing and bright, well-focused headlight.
The rounded, twin-pod analog instrument panel includes essential equipment, including a speedometer, odometer, and fuel gauge. While a pass light flash switch is sorely missed, the controls otherwise offer a good feel. The Hayate’s palm grips feel comfy too. Its 8-liter fuel tank provides large knee recesses for the rider’s thighs, which along with a comfy saddle, contribute to keeping the rider comfortable. The Hayate’s side panels are black, like the Slingshots, while its tail light and grab bar look simplistic.
At first glance, the front fascia of the Hayate will remind you of its elder sibling, the Slingshot, as it features the same curvy bikini fairing with a well-focused headlight. The well-designed front blends well with the well-designed mud-guard and fuel tank.
Design smart Suzuki Hayate has appealing seems. The Headlights have grills on each facet. Decent photographs are to be had in tanks and fenders.
The fuel tank provides space to the rider’s knees and goes well with the rest of the design. The graphic job is decent, but it could have been better; the all-black panels also look good. The rear panels with ‘Hayate’ on them match with the tale lamp and grab rail. The five-spoke alloy wheels add a sporty feel to the bike.
Side panels are matte black colored with faux carbon fiber to make them look appealing. The exhaust observer seems a bit sporty and typical as a 110 cc motorbike; it appears pretty decent. The instrument cluster and transfer gears are prepared and are standard correct.
Engine and Transmission:
Suzuki Hayate is powered by a four-stroke 112 cc single cylinder engine that may generate most electricity of 8.3 BHP @7500 rpm and 8.62 Nm of torque at 5500 pm. The machine is clean, and the throttle response is competitive. The motorcycle has a top pace of 90 kmph. The bike is prepared with a four-pace gearbox.
Handling is adequate but not at par with Honda Dream, but it does its job pretty well. Hayate uses a single tube chassis with a set-up engine, which makes it reasonably balanced. However, we didn’t like the old-school tubular swingarm at the back, mainly when almost every Indian motorcycle uses the superior rigidity of a box-section swingarm.
Suzuki Hayate comes with a slender and slick design. The bike is equipped with 2.75 – 17 Tubeless tires in the front and 3.00 – 17 tubeless tires in the back. The tires are honest enough for a one hundred ten cc motorbike, and it helps to get better mileage.
In the front section, it has a Telescopic suspension and swingarm, mono suspension inside the rear. The suspension is truthful enough for day-by-day commuting motorbikes. Ground clearance of this motorcycle is 165 mm, which is pretty much fair sufficient for Bangladeshi road circumstances.
The seat height of this motorbike is 795 mm, which is good enough for average height people. The Kerb weight of this bike is 107 kg, and it has 10 Liters gas capacity that is pretty truthful and sufficient. The seat of this motorbike is comfy enough for commuting each day.
Suzuki Hayate is a standard category entry-level commuter motorcycle in Bangladesh. Compared to other branded entry-level commuters in Bangladesh, this Suzuki Hayate is a low-selling bike. However, In terms of Bangladesh, this type of bike is more demanded. This bike is the strongest contender of TVS Metro Plus, Bajaj Platina, and Honda Dream Neo in Bangladesh.
After riding this bike for a whole day on busy Delhi streets, we found that Hayate is a perfect option for those who commute daily in heavy traffic. Its light handling and smooth engine are a boon in such traffic conditions. The Hayate looks modern and sporty, and its build quality is at par with competitors. All and all, Hayate is a good option as a regular commuter.
The competitors of the Suzuki Hayate are listed below:
FAQ- Frequently Ask Question
1. What is the top speed of the Suzuki Hayate?
Ans- The Suzuki Hayate has a tentative top speed of around 90kmph.
2. What is the mileage of the Suzuki Hayate?
Ans- The Suzuki Hayate has a tentative mileage of 55kmpl.
3. What kind of bike is the Suzuki Hayate?
Ans: The Suzuki Hayate is a sport commuting bike.
See official Suzuki Hayate price in BD 2021 with all Suzuki motorcycle Bangladesh showroom. Suzuki Hayate is best 112cc commuter bike.
Product Brand: Suzuki
Product Currency: BDT
Product Price: 89,950
Product In-Stock: InStock
Specification: Suzuki Hayate
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What is the top speed of the Suzuki Hayate?
Answer: The Suzuki Hayate has a tentative top speed of around 90kmph.Answer by : rafi on Dec 26, 2020 06:42:10 AM
What is the mileage of the Suzuki Hayate?
Answer: The Suzuki Hayate has a tentative mileage of 55kmpl.Answer by : rafi on Dec 26, 2020 06:42:34 AM
What kind of bike is the Suzuki Hayate?
Answer: The Suzuki Hayate is a sport commuting bike.Answer by : rafi on Dec 26, 2020 06:42:54 AM