Suzuki Hayate EP : Review

Suzuki Hayate now launched in India with all the updates as Hayate EP. The Suzuki Hayate was first launched in India around 3 years back. The main motto of the Suzuki is to pull the 2-wheeler enthusiastic towards the Hayate which was an all in all bike that makes your ride sumptuous. The Japanese manufacturer was very much confident with their out & out performance commuter that gives you no flaws in the road. Let us see that, to how much extent does this 110 cc commuter satisfies the needs of the masses.


Suzuki Hayate gets all the power from a 112.8cc, SOHC, air-cooled, 4-stroke engine that develops 8.18bhp of maximum power @ 7500 rpm with a peak torque of 8.8 Nm @ 5500 rpm. While the transmission duties are carried by a 4-speed manual wet multi-plate clutch assembly transmission system.

Suzuki Hayate hits the top speed of about 90 km/h by claiming a decent fuel figure of about 60 km/l which is all possible with (Suzuki Eco Performance Technology).

The compression ratio of 9.5:1 and a power-oriented bore x stroke ratio of 51 mm x 55.2 mm are done by the VM17 carburetor mill.


The Suzuki Hayate gets boasted with an all astounding element, which elevates the bike appearance on the road. The bike gets a sharp headlamp setup which enhances the front profile.

Though the front fender of the bike is small among others, its aesthetic looks impress us to the utmost.

Robust and boldly sculpted 10.50-liter capacity fuel tank allows the good driving position to the rider and also reserves the petrol of up to 2-liters. The side panels are comes wrapped in matte black color and offers a classy feel.

As of the rear, it gets fitted with a tail lamp and a black colored grab rail which brings all the muscular appearance of the commuter.

While the nicely textured seat gives good comfort to both the rider and pillion.

The bike now measures 2030 mm in length, 720 mm in width, 1070 mm in height with an impressive wheelbase of 1260 mm which ensures good driving capabilities to the rider. The 114kgs total kerb weight gives easy rides to the rider by making the rider to feel light in weight.

The instrument console that includes an analog speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge provides useful info to the rider.


Suzuki Hayate sits on a 70/100-17M/C 40P front and 80/100-17M/C 53P rear tubeless tyres that get mounted to black alloyed wheels. The rider can easily manage the unexpected situations with these grippy tubeless tyres.

The trailing type drum brakes that are mounted at both ends, complete the work very efficiently without any defects.

While the reliable telescopic forks at the front and spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the ensure stress-free rides to both rider & pillion. And also the 5-step dual adjustable rear suspension makes the riding task simpler.

Overall, the Suzuki Hayate gives all the acquired riding capabilities to the rider where the journey on the road becomes fun and easier.


Suzuki Hayate comes in 4-distinctive color options and gets priced at the range of INR 49,682 (Ex-Showroom, Delhi).


The Suzuki Hence getting stable in the market with the 110 cc Hayate where every 2-wheeler enthusiastic adores for the out & out performance commuter and thus, it is the one that satisfies the riding experience without any discomfort and maneuvers easily from hard situations.

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