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Suzuki Boulevard

Suzuki Boulevard is the Japanese manufacturer’s line of classic and power cruiser motorcycles. The Suzuki Boulevards are full of ‘Suzuki DNA,’ combining leading technology Suzuki has honed in its GSX-R sportbikes, including equipping them with a powerful engine and rider-friendly handling, traits not always associated with cruiser motorcycles. The Suzuki Boulevards are also priced well below their American-made counterparts.

Suzuki Boulevard
The Suzuki Boulevard M90 fills in the gap between the M109R and the M50 nicely.
Five 2005 Suzuki Boulevard motorcycles hit showrooms in August 2004 – the S40, S50, S83, C50 and C90. Suzuki’s cruisers are divided into three categories, the stylish ‘S’ series, the classically styled ‘C’ class, and the beefy power cruisers in the ‘M’ or muscle class.

The ‘M’ class of Suzuki Boulevard cruisers debuted in 2005. With a softail-style suspension, a wide, custom-stretched fuel tank, a bobtail rear fender and a 50 cubic-inch V-Twin, the M50 added attitude to Suzuki’s cruiser line.

Since its inception, the Suzuki Boulevard line has continued to expand. In 2008, the release of the C109R gave Suzuki a presence in the heavyweight touring cruiser class. The motorcycle features a big windscreen, leather bags, a custom-style studded seat and a passenger backrest. In 2009, Suzuki released 16 different Boulevard models, ranging from the small, single-cylinder S40 to the impressive power cruiser, the M109R, with its signature trapezoidal-shaped headlight and arm-wrenching 1783cc 54-degree V-Twin.
Suzuki Boulevard Motorcycle Reviews
2009 Suzuki M109R Comparison Review
Wednesday, June 09, 2010
The 2009 Suzuki M109R is a formidable power cruiser thanks to loads of readily available torque from idle and drag-style handlebars that encourage you to rev up its engine, drop the clutch, and smoke some tires.
2009 Suzuki Boulevard M90 First Ride
Monday, November 10, 2008
Suzuki introduces its newest mid-sized power cruiser, the 2009 M90, which has all the styling chops of its popular M109R in a more user-friendly package.
2006 Suzuki M109R First Ride
Saturday, March 13, 2004
Suzuki hands out keys to its new power cruiser, and we take it for a spin around the Texas Hill Country.
2005 Suzuki Boulevard First Ride
Tuesday, February 08, 2005
Suzuki revamped their cruiser lineup for 2005 and it looks as though the Japanese manufacturer is trying to become a serious player in the cruiser game.
Suzuki Boulevard First Looks
2011 Suzuki Cruisers First Look
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Suzuki recently introduced the five cruiser motorcycles in its 2011 line, including the bike that helped redefine the power cruiser class, the M109R.
Suzuki Intros First Wave of 2011 Motorcycles
Monday, July 19, 2010
After not releasing any new motorcycles in the American market for 2010, Suzuki is one of the first manufacturers to release its first wave of 2011 models.
2010 Suzuki Boulevard M50 First Look
Friday, June 26, 2009
Suzuki has released the first picture and specs of the 2010 Boulevard M50, a cruiser motorcycle that now sports more of the same bold styling as its big brother, the M109R.
2009 Suzuki Boulevard M90 First Look
Monday, October 06, 2008
Suzuki has added a new power cruiser to its M-class, the 2009 Suzuki Boulevard M90, with all the styling of the popular M109R with a little less pop and for a little less change.
2008 Suzuki C109R   GSX650F
Tuesday, July 03, 2007
Suzuki took the wrapping off of its latest power cruiser, the 2008 C109R, and this time its bringing two new friends to the party, the M109R2 and the M109R Limited Edition.