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16th October 2023


Suzuki has announced that the special edition Hayabusa, launched to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the legendary hyperbike, is available in dealerships now with an OTR price of £18,599, and will also be available on 2.9% APR finance on PCP or HP. 


The anniversary edition, launched to celebrate a quarter of a century of an icon, after the first generation Hayabusa changed the game in 1999, comes in a head-turning glass blaze orange and glass sparkle black, and a list of standout features including: special anniversary logo on the fuel tank and laser-etched into the twin exhaust silencers, gold-anodised brake disc carriers and drive chain adjusters, raised Suzuki lettering on the fuel tank, a standard-fit single seat cowl in addition to the pillion pad, and new gloss black trim. 


Underneath, it packs the same torque-rich, 1340cc inline four-cylinder engine as the current third generation Hayabusa, which produces more cumulative power and torque than any of its predecessors. Thanks to a heavily redesigned engine for 2021 - with new pistons, conrods, crankshaft and camshaft - the latest iteration of the Hayabusa is the fastest-launching one yet. 


Helping that cause is a comprehensive suite of electronics that features three launch control settings, 10 traction control modes, and three power modes, plus lean-angle sensitive ABS, three levels of engine brake settings, cruise control, hill hold, low RPM assist, and easy-start. 


Launched in 1999 the original Hayabusa stunned the motorcycling world and gave birth to the hypersport category. Taking its name from the Japanese for Peregrine falcon – famed for feasting on blackbirds – it delivered unrivalled performance, was immediately recognisable thanks to its now-iconic silhouette, and went on to develop cult status. 

The launch of the second generation Hayabusa in 2008 boosted capacity and power, while a mid-term update in 2013 added Brembo monobloc calipers and ABS. The third generation was launched in 2021, after 200,000 units had been sold worldwide. 

There aren’t many - if any - motorcycles that can boast the same sort of history, legacy, and standing that the Hayabusa does. It’s not hyperbole to call it an icon, or game-changing, or legendary; it is all of those things. It really is in a class of one, and moving into its 25th year, customers can own a piece of history with this special edition, and to make it even easier to do so we’re pleased to be able to launch it with a low finance rate of 2.9% on PCP or HP.

- Jonathan Martin, Suzuki GB Head of Motorcycles

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Terms & Conditions


Suzuki GB PLC is a credit broker and not a lender. Suzuki GB PLC introduces you to Suzuki Financial Services Ltd as lender. Suzuki GB PLC will be paid a share of any profits made by Suzuki Financial Services Ltd as result of this introduction. The share of the profits will be the same, no matter what interest rate that you pay.


PCP Finance offer applies to the purchase of a new Hayabusa 25th Anniversary only from a participating Suzuki Dealership. The motorcycle must be purchased and registered between 16/10/2023 and 31/01/2024 to qualify for the offer. £100 minimum deposit required. Credit subject to status, UK residents aged 18+. Suzuki Financial Services Ltd, St.William House, Tresillian Terrace, Cardiff, CF10 5BH. Finance figures applicable at time of print and are subject to change. Representative Example is based upon an annual mileage of 4,000 miles per annum. With PCP, once you have paid all of the regular monthly repayments you have the option to: 1. Return the motorcycle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. In this example if the vehicle has exceeded 16,333 miles, a charge per excess mile will apply of 6p plus VAT will apply per excess mile. If the motorcycle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded the maximum agreed mileage, you will have nothing further to pay, 2. Pay the Optional Final Repayment to own the motorcycle, or 3. Part exchange the motorcycle subject to settlement of your existing credit agreement; new credit agreements are subject to status.