Used 2005 Suzuki Boulevard — Reviews, Prices and Specs at Motorcyclist Magazine

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2005 Suzuki Boulevard

Suzuki Boulevard S40


In Suzuki took many of its cruisers, like the Volusia, the the Intruder, and the Marauder, and re-branded the under their new Boulevard So, while the Boulevard line is new in 2005, the bikes are actually models from the previous with the exceptions of the M50 and the M50 Black. of those models are brand new for the season.

The 2005 Suzuki lineup starts with the S40, which was previously the 650. This bike is a good old fashioned cruiser has stood the test of time. lightweight at just 352 pounds, and to control, thanks to a low seat of just 27.6 inches.

Spry and nimble, the S40 is the perfect for small-statured riders, looking for the of driving a big cylinder machine.

The C50 used to be known as the Volusia There are four sub-models in the C50 – the C50, the C50 Black, the C50T, and the C50 Each is equipped with the 50-cubic-inch, fuel-injected V-Twin (updated from 2004’s engine).

The primary differences between the concern aesthetics, with the coming equipped with a package, the C50 Limited sporting a seat and special paint and the C50 Black featuring a special design.

The 2005 Suzuki S83 was previously known as the Intruder and it sports a powerful 83-cubic-inch, air/oil cooled, SOHC, V-Twin engine. It also has fuel injection, a five-speed with shaft drive, and and rear hydraulic disc

The C90 features classic big cruiser with a retro look inspired to turn heads at opportunity. But good looks this big beast sports a 90-cubic-inch, six-valve, 45-degree power plant that produces massive amounts of and horsepower, making it one of the baddest on the block. Generous seating and rider ergonomics allow for a and casual riding experience for and passenger alike, and the bike’s accents and premium features the perfect finishing touch.

Meanwhile, the 2005 Suzuki M95 is the line’s big daddy. Packing a eight-valve, fuel-injected, black-painted monster in its long and low chassis, the M95 is in a all its own. With its dual-plug ignition, close-ratio five-speed huge 40mm throttle and gear-driven counterbalance, this is engineered for performance and precision.

It a high performance braking and fine-tuned suspension system for the smoothest, most comfortable imaginable.

The 2005 Suzuki Boulevard of cruisers provides more and options than any other line by any other manufacturer. The line – if you can’t find the bike for you within this then you might want to with driving automobiles.

New For

While the Boulevard brand is a new one for in the 2005 model lineup, the bearing the name are each models with few changes the previous year’s models, the bikes carried different However, the 2005 M95 does new radial-mount front brake

Suzuki Boulevard Cruiser
Suzuki Boulevard Cruiser
Suzuki Boulevard Cruiser
Suzuki Boulevard Cruiser
Suzuki Boulevard Cruiser

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