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2017 Suzuki Hayate EP BSIV Launched With AHO In The Country- Details Here!

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2017 Suzuki Hayate EP BSIV was a major facelift in this segment earlier and today gets BSIV compliance and continues to be a great motorcycle

The 100/110cc motorcycle segment is the highest volume segment in the market today. The leader is a unsurprisingly Hero with its Splendor series of motorcycles. Everybody else continues to take that share of the market and hence every manufacturer has recently launched one motorcycle or the other. Suzuki Hayate EP is one of them and has been heavily refreshed. Showcased at Auto Expo it has been silently launched earlier in 2016 and today in 2017, the emission compliant model is here with few refreshes.

2017 Suzuki Hayate EP BSIV Design and colors

Not much has changed in terms of the design. Headlamp fairing has been tweaked, fuel tank is all new though, and the rear tail-piece has been changed. Along with that new colors have been added such as Grey, Red and other colors such as lime green continue to stay. Seats and grab handle are new for the 2017 model.

2017 Suzuki Hayate EP BSIV Chassis, suspension and brakes

The weight saving come from the new diamond frame chassis which has been revised. The chassis format remains the same and so does the suspension as it offers Telescopic forks at front and 5-step adjustable rear dual sided shocks at the rear. Brakes continue to be drum on both ends and there is no disc brake option provided.

2017 Suzuki Hayate EP BSIV Launch and Price

Showcased at 2016 Auto Expo and later launched in the month of March 2017, the Hayate EP is priced at Rs 52,754 (Ex showroom, Delhi).

2017 Suzuki Hayate EP BSIV Mileage

Expect a fuel efficiency claim of 80-85 km/l and will deliver around 70 km/l in real life conditions. Surely the numbers are set higher than last time.

2017 Suzuki Hayate EP BSIV Engine And Mileage

The new 113cc SEP engine (Suzuki Eco Power) is heavily revised engine from top to bottom and is much more efficient and powerful motor than before. New pistons, crank, block and revised head make this all possible. The engine makes 8.7 BHP and 9.3 Nm of torque. The motorcycle is almost lighter by almost 7-8 kgs and will deliver class leading fuel efficiency and quicker acceleration than before. The motor is now BSIV complaint.

Read this too: HAYATE HAS BEEN REVIWED BY US RECENTLY!

Suzuki Hayate EP BSIV Top Rivals

TVS Star City, Bajaj Platina ES, Hero Splendor, Honda Dream Neo

Suzuki Hayate EP Safety and Features

Lack of disc brakes, CBS continues with this 113cc motorcycle.

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Specification

Length – 2025 mm
Width – 740 mm
Height – 1060 mm
Wheelbase – 1350 mm
Ground Clearance – 165 mm
Seat Height – 795 mm
Kerb Weight – 107 kgs
Fuel Tank – 10.0 liters

Single Cylinder, Air Cooled SOHC 2-Valve
Displacement- 113cc
Maximum Power – 8.7 BHP @ 7500 RPM
Maximum Torque – 9.3 NM @ 5000 RPM
Transmission – 4-Speed Gearbox

Suspension, Tyres & Brakes

Front – Telescopic Forks
Rear – Dual sided, Spring loaded

Front 70/100/17 (Tubeless)
Rear 80/100/17 (Tubeless)

Front – Drum
Rear – Drum

Read this too: HAYATE HAS BEEN REVIWED BY US RECENTLY!

2017 Suzuki Hayate EP BSIV Review
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