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2014 Suzuki Boulevard S40

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Meet the 2014 Suzuki Boulevard S40 a practical motorcycle built for those who like classic models. Needless to say that the motorcycle continues Boulevard’s tradition and delivers a relaxed riding position, modern technologies and a capable engine.

Talking about the engine, the Boulevard is propelled by a 652 cc, 4 stroke, air cooled, single cylinder, OHC unit which is kept in leash by a 5 speed constant mesh transmission. The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is fed by a 2.8 gallons fuel tank.

The 2014 Suzuki Boulevard S40 rides on polished spoke wheels wrapped in a wide 15" rear tire and a slim 19" front tire which are kept in check by a front disc and a rear drum brake.

The 2014 Suzuki Boulevard S40 weighs only 173 kg and has a 1480 mm wheels base which helps you more around with agility.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2014 Suzuki Boulevard S40.

A timeless design that has remained strong over the years. The lightweight responsiveness of the Suzuki Boulevard S40 enhances the amount joy you’ll have cruising down the highway and beyond the city limits. The S40 utilizes a strong single-cylinder engine that provides exciting low-end to mid-range torque and rock solid reliability. At cruising speeds, you’ll really appreciate the ride quality of the S40’s suspension.

ENGINE FEATURES

  • 652cc, SOHC, single-cylinder, air-cooled four-stroke engine with TSCC (Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers) cylinder head and high mass crankshaft produces strong low-end power and torque.|
  • An electric Starter with automatic decompression system provides quick, easy engine starting.
  • A precision electronic ignition system includes a maintenance-free battery.

CHASSIS FEATURES

  • A hydraulic front disc brake and drum-type rear brake provide strong, reliable braking performance.
  • A wide 15" rear tire and slim 19" front tire provides a classic cruiser look.
  • Polished spoke wheels provide a classic look like larger cruiser models and a polished upper fork bracket features an attractive and durable clear coat finish.
  • The Suzuki Boulevard S40 comes with an attractive tear drop-shaped fuel tank (2.8 gal capacity) with flush-mounted speedometer.
  • Custom flat handlebar design provides a clean, sporty appearance, while custom-style rear view mirrors provide an attractive appearance (similar to the larger Suzuki Boulevard models).
  • The rear reflector is integrated with the taillight for a clean, finished appearance to the rear section of the bike.
  • A sleek, one-piece saddle adds to the Suzuki Boulevard S40’s already streamlined appearance. The low seat height (only 27.6 inches) is great for smaller or entry-level riders. Light weight (381lbs) for easy maneuverability.

TRANSMISSION FEATURES

  • A smooth-shifting 5-speed transmission is complemented by a low-maintenance belt-drive system that’s quiet, durable, and simple to adjust and clean.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

  • Neatly painted steel front/rear fenders and side covers.
  • The rear reflector is integrated with the taillight for a clean, finished appearance to the rear section of the bike.
  • Convenient hazard and passing light switches.

Specifications

Engine652cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, single cylinder, OHC
Bore x Stroke94.0 mm x 94.0 mm (3.70 in x 3.70 in)
Fuel SystemMIKUNI BS40, single
StarterElectric
Transmission5-speed constant mesh
Final DriveBelt drive
Suspension FrontTelescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Suspension RearSwing arm type, coil spring, oil damped
Brakes FrontDisc brake
Brakes RearDrum brake
Tires Front100/90-19 M/C 57H, tube type
Tires Rear140/80-15 M/C 67H, tube type
Fuel Tank Capacity2.8 US - Including Reserve
ColorPearl Mirage White / Metallic Veil Silver, Metallic Fox Orange / Glass Sparkle Black
IgnitionElectronic ignition (transistorized)
Overall Length2180 mm (85.8 in)
Overall Width720 mm (28.3 in)
Wheelbase1480 mm (58.3 in)
Ground Clearance135 mm (5.3 in)
Seat Height700 mm (27.6 in)
Curb Weight173 kg (381 lbs)
Warranty12 month unlimited mileage limited warranty.

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