The Suzuki Hayate 125 DCP-FI, a 125cc scooter with the fuel-injection. Just when we had the thought that nothing could surprise us, we accepted to take the latest 125cc Suzuki Hayate scooter for a test ride.
The Suzuki Hayate 125 has been the choice for many commuters who want a bit stronger scooter for years. Well now Suzuki have upped the game a few notches, this new Suzuki Hayate 125 with fuel-injection not only cruise easily around 120km/h, it has also has been upgraded with a bit more aerodynamic style and the latest electronics as Tip Over Sensor, Engine Control Module, and Discharge Pump Fuel Injection technology.
The New fuel-injection Suzuki Hayate 125, when moving it's hard to fault the Hayate 125 scooter. You can completely ignore the road surface. Potholes, surface changes, gravel, it doesn't matter, it seem impossible to lose control. It's an absolute revelation and makes you ride like a total madman. We where trying like crazy to find bumps and different road conditions, but eventually you come to your senses and enough is enough.
The Hayate 125 fuel-injection isn't the cheapest scooter, but the Suzuki Hayate 125 DCP-FI is not to be sneered at. Its 125cc fuel-injection engine is nippy enough to be at home on longer commutes that involve dual carriageways and it's not so wide as, some other 125cc scooters.