Suzuki Motorcycle Hits 80 Lakh Unit Production Mark in India

Suzuki Motorcycle India provides a variety of scooters and motorcycles in our market, such as the V-Strom 800DE, the Hayabusa, the Access 125, and the Gixxer 250 SF.

By Sanorita | on April 19, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

Suzuki Motorcycle has achieved a huge production milestone of 80 lakh units in the 19th year of its operation in India. The company produced the last 10 lakh two-wheelers in just one year, including the Suzuki Avenis in a bright orange colour as the 80,00,000th unit. The Japanese manufacturer commenced operations in India in February 2006. It achieved the first production milestone of 40 lakh units in 13 years. However, as sales surged over the last decade, the company manufactured the next 40 lakh units in less than six years.

Sharing his thoughts on the achievement, Mr. Kenichi Umeda, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India said ''Reaching the 8-million-unit production milestone is a testament to SMIPL’s manufacturing capability. I express my gratitude to our customers and business partners for their continued support & trust in the brand and we remain dedicated to further delighting them through continuous efforts for enhanced after-sales service and improved hospitality.''

He added ''As we continue our journey, our focus remains on providing products that satisfy our customers both in India and in countries where we export our products.''

SMIPL offers a variety of scooters and motorcycles in the Indian and global markets. The domestic lineup of the company comprises the Access 125, the Burgman Street SX, the Gixxer 250 SF, the V-Strom SX, the V-Strom 800DE, and the Hayabusa.

Suzuki Motorcycle recently launched the Hayabusa 25th Anniversary Celebration Edition in India for Rs 17.70 lakh (ex-showroom). Let's take an in-depth look at the key features of the bike.

Suzuki Hayabusa 25th Anniversary Edition: Highlights 

The 25th Anniversary Celebration edition costs Rs 80,000 more than its standard counterpart. It has a few cosmetic changes such as an orange and black livery, a 3D Suzuki badge on the tank, a 25th-anniversary inscription on the exhaust canister, and a Hayabusa Kanji emblem on the drive chain, among others. The Celebration edition comes with a single-seat tail as standard. 

The celebratory variant has no technical upgrades and is still propelled by a 1,340cc, in-line four-cylinder motor that produces 190bhp at 9,700rpm and 142Nm at 7,000rpm. It is equipped with a six-speed transmission.

Tags: Suzuki Motorcycle India Hayabusa Access 125 Gixxer 250

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