Suzuki launches fuel-injected Hayate 125 FI


Suzuki Philippines is starting 2013 off quickly by releasing the Hayate 125 FI, which is the fuel-injected variation of the scooter-type Hayate 125. As a result, it has a smoother and more dependable engine due to the fuel injection.

With the Hayate 125 FI’s big engine displacement, along with its fuel injection, motorcycle operations will be powerful in any environmental condition and save fuel as well. The Hayate 125 FI also has the signature Suzuki Composite Electrochemical Material (SCEM), which guarantees optimal durability and heat conductivity.

The Hayate 125 FI also includes a dual headlight, a taillight that is inspired by the Suzuki GSX-R, a central locking system with a magnetic key shutter, and an original front side design inspired from Japan’s world famous bullet trains. In addition, there is more room for the rider and for their possessions—it has an 18 liter underseat compartment that can even fit a standard full-face helmet. The bike also has a front rack for more storage, and a bag hook that can hold up to 1.5 kg.

Its fuel injection allows the Hayate 125 FI to perform at an optimum level at all times. The bike’s 16 inch wheels provide additional stability on the road. The scooter’s muffler comes up to Euro III emissions standards, making its smoke less harmful to the environment.

The Hayate 125 FI is available now for PHP 82,900 in two colors—Candy Summer Red and Brilliant White. For more information on the Hayate 125 FI, you can go to any Suzuki Center or visit