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Suzuki Boulevard C109RT
This unique motorcycle uses good looks and great riding experience to change your opinion about cruisers. The new Suzuki Boulevard C109RT combines classic cruiser styling with renowned Suzuki V-twin power in such a striking way that is establishes a new standard for the class and completes the Suzuki Boulevard line of cruisers.
Suzuki launched the Boulevard C109RT as a touring cruiser
slightly improved from C109R but none of these motorcycles were previously
produced as they were introduced this year as 2008 models. You shouldn’t
doubt the quality and comfort of the two models because they benefit of the
latest technology applied at the GSX-R and there is plenty of history and
When cruisers enter the scene everybody become surprised of their V-Twins motors and start wondering how big will the engine’s get as everybody know that the law of cruisers is “the bigger, the better”. Suzuki decided to enter the scene and steal everybody’s crown with this massive 1783cc engine mounted on a tourer which competes with Honda VTX1800, Yamaha Road Star Silverado and Midnight Silverado but (I kept the best at last) Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 Classic LT is the class leader an he’s here to stay. Laws are made to be broken but in this case they should probably stick with them.
Each motorcycle established its own identity with its
styling and the C109RT makes no exception as it has pullback handlebars,
floorboards that let you kick your feet out, a spacious, relaxed riding
position and its own slash-cut mufflers.
Suzuki created the C109RT as the king among classic cruisers and it did the job spotless as we are used to. The final product is a unique motorcycle with true touring abilities and good engine performance.