The Samurai and Shogun accent kits for the Suzuki Katana have been launched so as to add higher ergonomics and aesthetics.
The Suzuki Samurai and Suzuki Shogun names have been resurrected in Australia, however as restricted version accent packs for the litre-class neo retro sport touring machine, Suzuki Katana. Both the accent packs might be out there as restricted version equipment, starting from carbon fibre bits of bodywork, safety equipment, physique decals and extra. The new accent packs will enable house owners to customize the Suzuki Katana to make it distinctive and stand out. The Suzuki Katana is a neo-retro tackle a sports activities tourer, and revives a well-liked identify from the Eighties, with trendy styling components and expertise.
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The Shogun equipment is priced at AUD 1,499 (roughly ₹ 80,000) and features a Katana two-tone colored seat, smoked meter visor, carbon fibre entrance fender, carbon fibre clutch cowl, carbon fibre starter cowl, carbon fibre alternator cowl, entrance axle slider set, rear axle slider set and physique decal trim set. The Samurai equipment is the extra inexpensive model and priced at AUD 595 (roughly ₹ 31,000) and options the Katana two-toned seat, smoked meter visor, carbon design tank pad, physique decal trim set, carbon design facet safety decal set and Katana rim decal set.
The new Suzuki Katana relies on the Suzuki GSX-S1000F, and is powered by the identical 999 cc, in-line four-cylinder which makes 147 bhp of most energy at 10,000 rpm and 105 Nm of peak torque at 9,500 rpm. While Suzuki Motorcycle India showcased the Katana on the 2020 Auto Expo in Delhi, thus far, there’s been no phrase on if the Katana might be launched in any respect in India.
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As for the Samurai and Shogun names, Suzuki India used to have two standard two-stroke bikes with the Samurai and Shogun names in India, manufactured by TVS Motor Company as a part of the partnership that began off as Ind-Suzuki after which renamed as TVS-Suzuki from 1982 to 2001. The Suzuki Supra, Suzuki Samurai, Suzuki Shogun and the Suzuki Shaolin (the primary motorbike with a five-speed gearbox at the moment), have been all two-stroke bikes produced underneath the TVS-Suzuki partnership, adopted by the four-stroke Suzuki Fiero mannequin. Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited was established in 2006, as an entirely owned subsidiary of Suzuki, Japan.