Pick of the ads: Suzuki Hayabusa

Suzuki Haybusa for sale at almost £3000 under list price!
Every week we search through the ads on Bennetts Free Classifieds to find the hottest bikes for sale. This week a Sheene-replica Suzuki Hayabusa.

WE SAY:

The paint scheme may not be to everyone’s taste, hence the £2756 saving over full list price we would imagine, but this Hayabusa sprayed up in Barry Sheene colours is a bargain at that price. The Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R needs no explanation. It’s a bike of legendary performance, can shred a back tyre in under 1000 miles if one so requires and will pull your arms out if you don’t hold on properly when you twist the gas, topping out at an electronically limited 186mph when conditions allow. It’s also a brilliantly accomplished two-up cross continent super-tourer and comfortable mile eater. And with 2-miles on it, and including Sat Navigation, it’s potentially a great buy. Just think of the resale as not everyone will want it in Sheene colours.

SUzuki Hayabusa for sale, Sheene replica paint not to all tastes but we like it

THE AD SAYS:

Suzuki Hayabusa ABS, £9399, 2011 (11 reg), 1300cc, 2 miles
Description: Massive saving over new price of £12155.00. Also includes Sat Nav. Call J&S Doncaster on: 01302 327722

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