2012 #Suzuki #Hayabusa Swoops Into #Australia
The 2012 model of Australia's most popular, high-powered sport tourer motorcycle^, the Suzuki Hayabusa has touched down in Australia, sporting a brand new, eye-catching Candy Red colour scheme.
Originally introduced in 1999 and consistently tested as the fastest production motorcycle in the world, the iconic Hayabusa redefined the hyper-sport category and in doing so required its own classification - 'ultimate sport'.
Named after the Japanese bird of prey capable of speeds in excess of 300 km/h, the Suzuki Hayabusa has been designed for maximum performance and represents the pinnacle of sportsbike engineering, performance and styling.
Packed with race-bred technology, the 2012 Hayabusa features Suzuki's Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel injection system and a 1,304cc, DOHC, liquid-cooled, four-cylinder engine providing strong power delivery and impressive torque throughout its broad powerband.
Suzuki's original Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) lets riders select one of three engine maps to suit road conditions and their riding preferences, while the slick-shifting six-speed transmission works in conjunction with the innovative Suzuki Clutch Assist System (SCAS) back-torque-limiting clutch to deliver smooth and controlled downshifts.
Dual 310mm front disc brakes and a 260mm rear disc brake combine to provide plenty of stopping ability to tame the Hayabusa's power.
A lightweight twin-spar aluminium-alloy frame and aggressive and sporty styling complete the potent package.
Available in a new Candy Red colour scheme or a classic Black colour scheme, the 2012 Hayabusa is now available for a Recommended Price of $18,990*, backed by Suzuki's two-year, unlimited kilometre warranty.
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