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Suzuki Boulevard C109R

2009 Boulevard C109R

Suzuki Boulevard C109R

Struggling to compete with in the cruiser category, foreign-based have turned their to performance cruisers, using modern engines that significantly better than the hogs in Harley’s juiced-up CVO Suzuki arrived on the scene in with the introduction of the M95, and the was a punchy, high-character machine, a powerplant that lived up to “Engine-Above-All” motto.

Barely two later, the Suzuki Boulevard a burly cruiser with looks and power to spare, the M95, but customers complained the high price point. of this, in 2007, Suzuki with the first M90, the heir to the 2004-2006 M95, and a that bridges the gap between the M50, and the beastly 1,783cc

The new M90 borrows some … from the popular M109R, but a slightly different fork a smaller fuel tank, and cladding around the radiator. The package is attractive and ergonomic, perhaps for the excessively wide seat.

The robust 5-speed transmission of the Suzuki Boulevard requires effort from your foot. And the lower ratios are for easy use in-town, while taking advantage of the engine’s with nice wide spacings. This is even true with the longer between fourth and fifth, better mileage, less and vibrations, enhanced comfort, and pollution at highway speeds.

On top of both the engine and transmission six rubber mounts for minimum

The Suzuki M90 balances cruiser with the kind of performance a Supermotard fan will appreciate. The frame cuts 10mm off C90’s 66.9-inch wheelbase, but the driveshaft that’s almost among the Suzuki Boulevard lineup. The nonadjustable 43mm is a cartridge unit that 5.1 inches of travel, and the concealed shock (adjustable for preload), through a linkage to offer 4.3 of rear-wheel swing.

Suzuki Boulevard C109R

New cast wheels have a aggressive look, and the fat 200mm tire gives the M90 the widest in its class. Braking is handled by 290mm brake discs in with two-piston sliding-pin and the rear brake is a 275mm with a fixed two-piston

The bike is easy to ride at low as a cruiser should be. The clutch has a light pull, even the nonadjustable lever may be too big for smaller and the five-speed transmission is smooth, but a solid, steady feel. the wide bars make the easy to maneuver at parking-lot although the fuel injection is a tad at low rpm, especially when the is cold.

If you want, the M90 will play with you.

Gas-guzzling, railing-through-turns, and charging away lights: if you’re starting to this is a bike that can you a very bad boy or girl, then you are The Suzuki Boulevard M90 isn’t a M109R. Instead, it’s a fun-loving power cruiser superbly crafted, and a blast to

New For 2009

There were no changes to the 2009 Suzuki M90 compared to the previous year’s

Suzuki Boulevard C109R
Suzuki Boulevard C109R

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