Suzuki’s Hayabusa hyperbike is fast and you’ll have to be quick off the mark if you want one.
There’s been so much interest, and so many pre-orders, of the tremendous third-generation ‘Busa’ that Suzuki is concentrating on meeting customer demand.
The result is that each individual Suzuki dealership will not have its own demo Hayabusa.
Instead, Suzuki is running a national demo fleet of 15 Hayabusas. They will tour the country, starting this month, and dealers will have one for only three days for potential purchasers to take a test ride.
While we’re waiting for our dates, we urge would-be Hayabusa customers to email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more or click on orwell.co.uk/suzuki/new-suzuki-motorcycle-range/sport/hayabusa.
Director Dave Willis explained: “The demand for the new Hayabusa has been so great that Suzuki has decided to put more out to fulfil customer orders rather than having a demo bike at each dealership.”
Despite retaining the iconic Hayabusa aerodynamic silhouette and styling, the new £16,499 hyperbike features more than 550 new parts.
The Hayabusa, derived from the Japanese name for the peregrine falcon which feasted on blackbirds, was launched in 1999 but fell victim to new Euro 4 emissions regulations in Europe in 2018.
Check out the new Suzuki Hayabusa and express your interest at orwell.co.uk/suzuki/new-suzuki-motorcycle-range/sport/hayabusa