Suzuki Motorcycle India
Private Limited (SMIPL) has begun assembly of its flagship motorcycle - the
Suzuki Hayabusa - at its assembly line at its plant in Gurgaon, Haryana. With
the advent of the Make in India programme, SMIPL is keen to support and
strengthen this promising initiative to transform India into a global design
and manufacturing hub.
The Suzuki Hayabusa is one of
the most renowned and cult motorcycles across the globe, and this fan following
is more than evident among motorcycling fans in India as well. Apart from the
phenomenal performance, this motorcycle has been widely acclaimed for its
The Suzuki Hayabusa will be
imported as CKD (Completely Knocked Down) Kits and assembled at the factory in
Gurgaon where the entire SMIPL lineup is manufactured and assembled.
Nonetheless, the specifications of the motorcycle shall remain unchanged as
compared to its CBU (Completely Built Up) counterpart which has been imported
from Japan all these years.
Kenji Hirozawa, Vice President
Sales & Marketing, SMIPL, said, “India is one of the largest manufacturer
of motorcycles in the world. This is a clear indication of the high demands in
this ever growing market. Along with growth, comes maturity. Coupled with
growth in lifestyle and infrastructure, there is an increasing demand for Big
Bikes by the Indian Enthusiast. SMIPL shall cater to this by starting assembly
of our most widely selling big bike, the Suzuki Hayabusa. We firmly believe in
the Make in India programme and this another step to show our support even in
the big bike market.”
The Hayabusa shall be
available at the Suzuki Big Bike Dealerships for Rs 13,57,135 (Ex-showroom
Delhi) in March 2016.
Source: Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd
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