The Suzuki Katana is powered by a 998cc in-line engine that is as per Euro-5 standards. This engine is capable of producing a maximum power of 152 Bhp. It is equipped with an electronically controlled throttle. The bike has been updated with new camshafts, valve springs, clutch and new exhaust system.
Three riding modes have been given in the new Suzuki Katana, with the help of which the performance of the bike can be changed. All the three modes offer the same power output, Mode A delivers the fastest and sportiest response, Mode B provides the best initial power delivery, while Mode C gives the bike the best response, which is good for wet and slippery roads. Best for.
Suzuki has given a new clutch assist system in this bike, which has improved the performance and control of the bike. The clutch assist system of the bike prevents engine braking from high rpm to low rpm while shifting gears down.
Two-way Quick Shift speeds up gear changes and improves performance on sports tours. Five traction control modes have been given in the bike, which also has the option of turning it on or off.
The new Katana uses a lightweight double-beam aluminum frame and swingarm that is also being used in the Suzuki GSX-R. The bike gets fully adjustable KYB front forks and adjustable damping rear shock absorbers and 6 spoke alloy wheels.
The new Suzuki Katana will come in new colors with sharp and angular bodywork. The bike was earlier offered in a dark matte blue color scheme with golden alloy wheels and iron gray paint on the engine.
The newest product of Suzuki Motorcycles in India is the Suzuki V-Strom SX 250 which is an off-road bike. Equipped with many off-roading features, this bike has been launched at an ex-showroom price of Rs 2.11 lakh. It is powered by a 249cc oil-cooled engine, which produces 26.5 bhp of power and 22 Nm of torque.