2015 - 2019 Suzuki Boulevard M50
Suzuki’s Boulevard M50 cruiser carries into 2019 with more of that custom American style that made it popular ever since it evolved from the old Intruder. Low-slung good looks join the 42-horsepower, 805 cc V-twin and faux-rigid frame for a package that’s meant to drive the imaginations of entry-level riders who might appreciate the style but be uninterested in worshiping at the Altar of Harley. Moderate power and a low seat height makes it appropriate for the young and/or inexperienced, and the lack of excessive electronic fandanglery makes it relatively easy to service and maintain, which is always a bonus for the uninitiated.
2015 - 2020 Suzuki Boulevard C50 / Boulevard C50T
Suzuki unveiled the Boulevard C50 back in 2005 after renaming its “Volusia” bike of prior model years. The C50 and C50T carry straight through into 2020 with a mid-displacement engine to serve as Suzuki’s mid-size cruiser and weekend tour bike. Smooth acceleration and comfortable seating combine with laced wheels and classic styling to keep the C50s on the list of middleweight contenders in the two-wheeled market.
2015 - 2020 Suzuki Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S.
Introduced as the bad-ass brother of Suzuki’s M109R, the Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S. carries forward into MY20 with its 109 cubic inch (1,783 cc) engine. Yeah, B.O.S.S. stands for ’Blacked Out Special Suzuki’, but I’m gonna call it ’Blacked Out Super Sweet’. It might not be the fastest cruiser on the market, but it is definitely a power-cruiser and it really wants to go when you let out the clutch.
2015 - 2019 Suzuki Boulevard C90T
Cruisers and touring bikes go hand in hand for that relaxed, comfortable ride you get. The Boulevard C90T from Suzuki is the touring version of the C90 that was dropped after the 2013 model year. Leather-look — not real leather, just leather textured — hard saddlebags and an ample windscreen give the C90T that "I’m ready for the road" look along with a 1,462 cc engine and five-speed transmixer.
2015 - 2019 Suzuki Boulevard M90
Around the turn of the century, the cruiser style had evolved into fat tires, lots of chrome, wide bodies and pegs out front to give you that almost slouched, relaxed riding posture. Since then, cruiser style has cycled back to "old school." They’ve lost some weight and slimmed down, creating a low and lean version of a sport look. If your vision of what a cruiser should be is stuck in the fat tires and wide body — think of it as "old new-school" — Suzuki has the Boulevard M90 that’s right up your alley.
2016 - 2019 Suzuki Boulevard S40
Suzuki pushes the venerable Boulevard S40 line into the 2019 model year with naught but a few extra touches to the paint. In fact, little has really changed with this ride since it came out in 1988 under the LS650 “Savage” moniker, and that honest simplicity is one of the main draws for this compact sled. Unfortunately, therein lies one of its biggest flaws as well. Air-cooled and carbureted, I imagine its low 652 cc displacement is the only reason it is able to meet emissions, and I fully expect tightening regulations to eventually strangle this line. At the very least, said laws may force it into the 21st century with fuel injection and a water jacket and radiator, but that’s speculation. Today, I’m going to delve into what we know to be true and take a look at the brushed-up S40 as it sits for MY19.
2016 - 2019 Suzuki Boulevard C90 B.O.S.S.
There can be no doubt that the American cruiser market is heating up, and Suzuki looks to capitalize on that class popularity with its Boulevard C90 Blacked-Out Special Suzuki (B.O.S.S.) model. Powered by a 1,462 cc V-twin engine, the C90 B.O.S.S. lives up to its name with black-out styling and agile handling for that sinister boulevard-bruiser look and feel. Let’s take a look at what Suzuki is doing to maintain a foothold with buyers in the U.S. cruiser market.
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Lightweight cruisers have always been a staple in Suzuki’s motorcycle lineup, as shown by the longevity of the Boulevard S40, even if it didn’t always carry that name.
When Suzuki began building lightweight cruisers in the mid 80’s, the bike was christened with the name “Savage.” That name lasted until 2004 when Suzuki decided to give it a clean slate. Part of that clean slate was renaming the bike, which of course led to it now being called the Boulevard S40.
Whatever name it goes by, the Boulevard S40 has stood the test of time, largely because it gave customers a chance to experience multiple styling and handling segments in just one bike.
In a lot of ways, the Boulevard S40 carried that versatility with it proudly. Some folks refer to it as an entry-level cruiser, and while its lightweight characteristics does lend some fact to that belief, the Boulevard S40 also has that classic retro Americana look that fits right in with those hulking cruisers of yesteryear.
Performance-wise, it’s not the fastest and most powerful bike in the world. Far from it, really. But what it lacks in power, it more than makes up for in a lot of things.
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Except for a new paint job (Metallic Thunder Gray), the Suzuki Boulevard M90 didn’t receive any other modification for 2014.
The motorcycle’s center piece is represented by the same old 1462cc, 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, OHC unit. The engine features a broad torque delivery so you can expect to a fairly enjoyable ride every time you fire it up. Joining the powertrain is a six-speed transmission that’s been especially tailored for the M90. You also get a pretty generous fuel tank that holds a full 4.76 gallons (18 liters) of fuel.
The ride and handling department brings together a steel tube frame with a hidden rear shock absorber and an inverted telescopic fork, all of which combine to deliver a smooth handling and great stability at high-speeds.
The Suzuki Boulevard M90 is offered with a base price of $11,199.
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If you are looking for an imposing cruiser that feels similarly comfortable both in the city and on the open road, then you should take a closer look at Suzuki’s 2014 Boulevard M109R.
This modern cruiser comes with a pretty unique design language that will always help it stand out from the crowd. You’ll especially like its mean looking headlight, the aerodynamic tail and the elegant exhaust pipes.
Once on board you are met by a tank mounted gauges, a wide seat and an ergonomically designed handlebar.
At the heart of this Japanese beast sits a 1783cc, 8-valve DOHC, 54-degree, liquid-cooled, V-Twin engine which is kept in leash by a 5 speed constant mesh transmission.
The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a high-tensile double cradle steel frame which sits on inverted front forks and a cast aluminum alloy swingarm that is paired with a progressive shock linkage and a preload-adjustable single rear shock.
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Designed for those who like to hit the open road riding on a strong engine and a pair of wheels, the 2014 Suzuki Boulevard C50T is a tasty cruiser that has all it needs to make you fall in love with it.
Its perfect ergonomics, the relaxed riding position and the wide handlebars make it perfectly suited for both long and short journeys.
Not to mention about the 805 cc, fuel injected, liquid-cooled, SOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder, 45-degree V-twin engine which helps you deal effortless with highway traffic delivering great low RPM power and torque. You also get a wide-ratio five-speed transmission that features a high fifth gear ratio.
The 2014 Suzuki Boulevard C50T features a cradle-type steel frame with color-matched side covers, fenders and fuel tank. Needles to say that you also get lots of chrome which enhances the exclusivist look of the motorcycle.
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The 2014 Suzuki Boulevard M50 is a comfortable cruiser packed with all the latest technologies in the business.
The motorcycle is built around an 805cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, V-Twin engine which was especially developed to deliver a strong low end torque. The unit sends its power to the ground through a 5-speed constant mesh transmission and is fueled by a 4.1 gallons fuel tank. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine is paired with a 32-bit-prosessor Engine Control Module (ECM) that helps ensure precise control.
The rear wheel is kept in check by a link-type rear suspension that comes with a single shock absorber with 7-way spring preload adjustment while the front one features an inverted 41mm fork.
Other features offered by the 2014 Suzuki Boulevard M50 include Cast-aluminum 16-inch front and 15-inch rear wheels, low-rise handlebars, a handlebar-mounted speedometer and bright bullet-style turn signals.
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The 2014 Suzuki Boulevard M109R limited Edition is a special cruiser that comes with a series of features which give it a fairly unique character.
Among the special features offered by the 2014 Suzuki Boulevard M109R Limited Edition you’ll find a red body work, black-colored wheels and final gear case, and white lens taillight and turn signals.
As far as power is concerned, the 2014 Suzuki Boulevard M109R Limited Edition is equipped with a 1783 cc (108.8 cu. in), 4 stroke, 2 cylinder, liquid cooled, DOHC, 54 degree V Twin engine. The unit is paired with a five speed, constant mesh transmission and is brought to life by en electric starter.
The motorcycle rides on a pair of big 4.4-inch (112 mm) forged aluminum-alloy rims shod in 130/70R18M/C 63V front and 130/70R18M/C 63V rear tubeless tires.
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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.
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Suzuki has relevealed the complete details about its 2014 Biulevard C50 B.O.S.S. The motorcycle comes with a classic designed language which is combined with a series of contemporary details that give it a pretty unique character.
You’ll especially like the blacked out look, the kicked out front ends and the wide handlebars. Once on board you are welcomed by a spacious saddle and ergonomically mounted foot pegs that combine to deliver an imposing and comfortable riding position. You also get a relaxed, 33-degree rake which is combined with a long 65.2-inch wheelbase to provide a smooth ride.
The 2014 C50 B.O.S.S. sports a fuel-injected, 45-degree, V-twin engine that cranks out 805cca and deals effortless with the bike’s 611 lbs curb weight. The engine is mated to a five speed constant mesh transmission and is fed by a 4.1 gallons fuel tank.
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