2009 Suzuki Boulevard M90 Review — A Review of the 2009 Suzuki M90 Cruiser

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Suzuki Boulevard 400

The Bottom Line


styling for $3,100 less

of power from the 1,462cc

Impressive handling considering its bulk


Handlebars be a long reach for some

Though softer than the the ride is still firm

rear tire is thick, but fill the rear fender as as the M109R’s 240mm rubber

MSRP: $9,999

Liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 1,462 cc

5-speed transmission with final drive (as opposed to or belt drive)

Front Inverted telescopic, coil

Rear suspension: Link oil damped, coil spring

height: 28.2 inches

290 mm disc, 2-piston front calipers, single 275mm 2-piston rear caliper

4.7 fuel capacity

Available in blue, or red

Guide Review — Suzuki Boulevard M90 Review

Is more? The Suzuki Boulevard little brother to the massive begs the question. It wears a new framing a smaller, 1,462cc (versus the M109R’s 1,783cc Ergonomics are more manageable, a handlebar that’s .8 inches to the seat, which sits 1.1 closer to the footrests (where find a nicely finished, brake lever .) And though an radiator rests in front of the nice details include a steering head cover and an view from the saddle. is 28.2 inches high.

The M90’s saddle is big and comfy, and the produces a pleasing rumble- engineers worked hard to the exhaust note, which when you wind up the engine. The still require a stretch, and the posture is tilted forward in power cruiser tradition. power resides at low engine though pulling from slow engine speeds a bit of chatter. But the V-twin pulls strongly, providing plenty of acceleration.

And not only does it ride smoothly, the fact that it roughly 40 lbs less than the improves handling and enhances There’s still a bit of stiffness to the but the 200mm rear tire much more compliance the M109R’s 240mm rubber. hear the usual peg-scraping when lean angles get but nothing out of the ordinary for low slung in this class.

Non-linked brakes offer stopping power, though we have liked to see ABS, at as an option.

At the end of the day, the Suzuki M90 offers a fun, performance-oriented for 3,100 less clams the M109R; it may lack outright rights, but as an everyday bike it the bill for most sport-oriented enthusiasts.

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