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In 2005 Suzuki revamped its cruiser line by eliminating its variety of cruiser names including the Intruder, Marauder, Volusia and Savage, and consolidating all the models under the Suzuki Boulevard banner and giving individual motorcycles alphanumeric designations. The alphabetic aspect of the new Suzuki Boulevard line included the S models which were the standard cruisers, the C series was reserved for more classically-styled cruisers while the M series was only for high-performance models. The numeric part of the designation stood for engine displacement in cubic inches. In 2006 the Suzuki Boulevard line included the S40, S50, S83, C50, C90, M50, and M109R.

The S models in the Suzuki Boulevard series were largely the rebadged Intruder models which can trace their roots back to the introduction of the original Intruder 700 in 1986. The Suzuki Savage was renamed the S40. The S40 Suzuki Boulevard is powered by a 40 cu. in. (652cc) air-cooled single-cylinder engine producing 30 horsepower. The Savage was introduced in 1986 and presently continues in the Suzuki line-up as the S40. The Intruder 800 was replaced by the S50, while the Intruder 1400 was replaced by the S83. The S50 is the cousin to the original Intruder 700, now with a new name and a 50 cu. in. (819cc) V-Twin engine. The S83 (Intruder 1400) is powered by a liquid-cooled, 1360cc V-Twin engine producing 72 horsepower.

2009 Suzuki Boulevard M90

The C50 Suzuki Boulevard was formerly the Volusia 800. New on the C50 Boulevard for 2005 was the introduction of fuel injection replacing the Volusia’s carburetors. The C50 Boulevard can trace its roots to the bike’s introduction in 2001 in Volusia County, Florida. The other C model was the C90, which the year before was the Intruder 1500. Launched in 1998 with classic styling and wide handlebar, the 1500 Intruder was unlike other Intruder models.

The M50 Suzuki Boulevard, like the C50 Boulevard, was also based on the Volusia 800. The M50 differed from the C50 with 41mm forks, the engine was painted black, and inside the 805cc V-Twin the M50 received split crank bearings (the C50 used single-piece bearings). The M50 also had different fenders and fuel tank, and the speedometer was mounted on the handlebar instead of on the fuel tank.

Introduced as a new model to the Suzuki Boulevard line in 2006 was the M109R. In the spirit of the Yamaha V-Max, the M109R was a power cruiser featuring a liquid-cooled, DOHC, fuel-injected,1783cc, 8-valve V-Twin engine producing 127 horsepower at 6,200 rpm and 117 lb.-ft. of torque at 3,200 rpm. For 2011 Suzuki offered a limited edition M109R Suzuki Boulevard with custom paint and custom gauges.

In 2009 Suzuki introduced the C109R Boulevard. Using the same engine found the M109R, the C109R delivers heady performance in a cruiser with classic styling. The C109RT Boulevard takes the classic look one step further with standard windshield, leather saddlebags and a passenger backrest.

Suzuki Boulevard Reviews

2013 Suzuki Boulevard C90T B.O.S.S. Review

The Suzuki Boulevard C90T B.O.S.S. is a blast to ride, full of vigor and attitude. Though a bit more expensive, the B.O.S.S. is bigger, badder and stronger than its competition and its price point practically out-classes the smaller bikes in its category.

2013 Suzuki Motorcycle Lineup

Suzuki is celebrating its golden anniversary in 2013, and to commemorate the milestone, it’s releasing five new additions to its lineup, including two brand-new bikes. Suzuki also teased us with an updated V-Strom 1000 which is in the pipeline.

2011 Suzuki Boulevard M109R Limited Edition Review

The Suzuki Boulevard M109R cruiser is an empowering machine, motorcycling fun at its core, and the kind of ride that can turn the average, mild-mannered rider into a street hero.

2009 Suzuki Boulevard M90 Review

The 2009 Suzuki Boulevard M90 provides the look and feel of a big power-cruiser without the extra heft or price! How’d they do that? The Honda VTX1300, Harley-Davidson 1200cc Sportsters and Star’s V-Star 1300 are all bikes in the M90’s sub-10Gs sights.

2009 Suzuki Boulevard M90 Review - First Ride

Suzuki’s latest cruiser, the M90, slots nicely in the company’s power-cruiser line. Filling the gap between the smaller M50 and the mighty M109R, the 1500cc M90 brings a fresh custom to the market for just $10,599.

2006 Suzuki Boulevard M109R

A few years back, Suzuki did a survey to find out what their brand name meant to motorcycle enthusiasts.

2005 Suzuki M50 Boulevard

Vrooooom Brappppaaaaaah... That's the sound of a big 45°, offset crank pin V-twin being revved, the noise echoing off the walls of the urban canyon that is the native habitat of the cruiser rider.

Suzuki Boulevard Comparisons

2013 Light-Heavyweight Touring-Cruiser Shootout - Video

The Honda Interstate, Suzuki Boulevard C90T B.O.S.S. and V-Star 1300 are the new breed of light-heavyweight touring cruisers. All are smaller and lighter than the heavyweights and all cost less than $15K. Read on to see which one comes out on top.

2009 Muscle Cruiser Shootout

After eight happy years the Warrior is about to come under attack from a lesser-powered combatant, a combatant that has a strong race heritage in its big family tree. Will the Warrior finally lose favor with the cruiser masses? Let’s find out!

Godzilla Cruisers Shootout

Is bigger better? Of course it is. Especially when it comes to cruisers. MO takes a look at the biggest, baddest, nastiest jumbo cruisers on the market with the Harley-Davidson CVO Springer, Honda VTX1800C, Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 and Yamaha Star Roadliner.

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