2017 Suzuki Let's and Hayate EP with BS-IV engine launched in India; what is new?

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Suzuki Motorcycle India has launched the new Let's scooter and Hayate EP motorcycle in India with upgraded Bharat Stage-IV compliant engines. The new Let's is priced starting at Rs 47,272, while Hayate EP comes with a price tag of Rs 52,754 (Ex showroom, Delhi).

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"We are pleased to announce that all our products across segments are now updated and come only with BS-IV compliant engines. The New Let's is testimony to our endeavours in bringing to India the most eco-friendly riding solutions in line with the government regulations," said SMIPL Managing Director Satoshi Uchida.

"We are confident that our products will retain a strong foothold in their respective segments," he added.

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Mechanically, Let's remains the same as the current model in the market and continues to draw power from the 112.8cc four stroke, DOHC, two-valve engine, which can dish out 8.4hp at 7,500rpm and 8Nm of torque at 6,500rpm with CVT (continuously variable transmission) gearbox. Let's comes with Suzuki Eco Performance (SEP) technology.

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On the other hand, Hayate EP is powered by a 113cc single-cylinder air cooled engine that develops 8.7bhp at 7,500rpm and 9.3Nm of torque at 5,000rpm mated to four-speed transmission. The motorcycle comes with 17-inch wheels and drum brakes.

With the launch of the new models, all two wheelers from the stable of Suzuki Motorcycle India have now become BS-IV compliant. Previously, Suzuki had updated New Access 125 and the Gixxer series in accordance with BS-IV compliance norms of the Narendra Modi government, which will come into effect from April.

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