The 2023 Suzuki Hayabusa has just landed in Australia! You can pick yours up for an RRP of $28,190 ride away. Head to the Suzuki Australia website now to configure yours...

The 2023 iteration of the famed Suzuki Hayabusa is now on sale in Australian Suzuki dealerships for $28,190 ride away. You can pick up one of the fastest street machines on two wheels now! Configure yours to your liking via the Suzuki Australia website.

The 2023 iteration of the famed Suzuki Hayabusa is now on sale in Australian Suzuki dealerships for $28,190 ride away.

The 2023 iteration of the famed Suzuki Hayabusa is now on sale in Australian Suzuki dealerships for $28,190 ride away.

The third generation of the Hayabusa was only recently launched, leveraging the latest technological innovations into a contemporary package while still retaining all the machine’s legendary ‘Ultimate Sports’ characteristics: striking aerodynamic bodywork and styling, outstanding performance, nimble handling, exceptional stability, maximum comfort and an ice-cool temperament which has stood to test of time for 23 years.


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The list of new or updated features on the latest 1340cc Euro 5-compliant Hayabusa is lengthy, but it includes the latest version of Suzuki’s Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S) – the command centre for several electronic functions designed to allow riders to tailor the machine to the road conditions.

The list of new or updated features on the latest 1340cc Euro 5-compliant Hayabusa is lengthy, but it includes the latest version of Suzuki’s Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S).

The list of new or updated features on the latest 1340cc Euro 5-compliant Hayabusa is lengthy, but it includes the latest version of Suzuki’s Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S).

The Hayabusa has multiple ride modes – both fixed and fully customisable – and the electronic wherewithal continues with multi-stage traction control, engine braking, wheelie control and launch control, as well as a bi-directional quickshifter, cruise control and speed limiter.

The Hayabusa also boasts new LED lighting and indicators, a new instrument cluster, new Brembo Stylema monobloc front brakes, new seven-spoke wheels, updated fully adjustable KYB suspension, and the handlebars are now 12mm closer to the rider for a more relaxed, upright posture. The Hayabusa has a tried-and-true twin-spar aluminium frame and swingarm, and the new subframe is 700 grams lighter.



The in-line, fuel-injected four-cylinder engine has always been the Hayabusa’s showstopping trump card, displaying a level of versatility that covers all bases: from impeccable power-up-in-any-gear manners on the daily commute to withering performance when the tempo rises.


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Without compromising reliability, durability or longevity, the latest updates to the engine focussed on improving lubrication – using GSX-R1000-derived technology – and increasing combustion efficiency. There are lighter connecting rods, while the light-weight titanium valves are carried over from the previous generation but a revised cam profile improves performance in the low to mid-range. The engine produces 140kW@9700rpm, and 150Nm@7000rpm, supported by one of the leading drag coefficients found on any street-legal motorcycle.

The engine produces 140kW@9700rpm, and 150Nm@7000rpm, supported by one of the leading drag coefficients found on any street-legal motorcycle.

The engine produces 140kW@9700rpm, and 150Nm@7000rpm, supported by one of the leading drag coefficients found on any street-legal motorcycle.

The 2023 Hayabusa is available in two liveries: Metallic Thunder Grey/Candy Daring Red and Metallic Matt Black/Glass Sparkle Black. The ride away prices include 12 months’ registration and is backed by Suzuki’s three-year unlimited-kilometre warranty (two standard and one bonus year).


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