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2015 Suzuki Boulevard Cruiser Lineup | First Look

2015 Suzuki Boulevard Cruiser Lineup

At its annual dealer meeting this week in Las Vegas, Suzuki unveiled its 2015 lineup, including the Boulevard cruiser line. The models return as carry overs, except the M109R B.O.S.S. gets two new color combos, and some of the bikes are offered at a reduced price.

At the top of the 2015 Suzuki Boulevard lineup is the 109 cubic inch Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S. power cruiser.

Driving the B.O.S.S. is an 8-valve, 54-degree, fuel injected, liquid-cooled V-twin. The big twin is designed to deliver high-level torque across the rev-range and the exhaust system is tuned to provide an aggressive sound.

The bike features an advanced chassis that runs on a 240mm wide rear tire that is designed for delivering the power to the ground with an easy-turning ride.

Suzuki delivers the B.O.S.S. in two new color combos for 2015: Pearl Bracing White / Glass Sparkle Black; and Candy Daring Red / Glass Sparkle Black with Blacked Out Suzuki styling. Suggested retail price for the 2015 Suzuki Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S. is $14,999.

The 2015 Suzuki Boulevard M90 features a 1462cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled and fuel-injected V-twin engine, tuned to deliver strong and smooth performance throughout the rpm range.

The M90 delivers muscle-cruiser power and handling, styled with smooth flowing lines, a 200mm fat rear tire, and a low seat height make this cruiser a comfortable and cool ride. The 2015 Suzuki Boulevard M90 comes in Pearl Glacier Whites, and retails for $11,199.

The Suzuki Boulevard M50 is a modern cruiser that combines cutting-edge performance with the strong look of Suzuki’s Boulevard M family. It features an advanced, fuel-injected 805cc V-twin engine, which delivers smooth and strong power throughout the rpm curve. The M50 features sleek styling – including slash-cut mufflers, a hard-tail design and low-rise bars. It comes in Glass Sparkle Black or Pearl Glacier White, and both retail for $8,599. (Reduced by $200).

The 2015 Suzuki Boulevard C90T cruiser delivers a high level of cruising performance with its 1462cc long-stroke, liquid-cooled, 54-degree V-twin engine. It cranks out huge amounts of torque, especially in low-mid range gears. More power and torque means smooth acceleration essential for highway cruising. Back for 2015, the C90T comes from the factory with hard saddlebags made of durable, impact-resistant ABS plastic under stylish covers custom-matched to the seats. They’re designed as part of the bike, not as luggage add-ons.

The Suzuki Boulevard C90T is equally at home on the open highway with a spacious riding position, letting rider and passenger stretch out and ride in comfort all day long. The touring bike’s windscreen is positioned and designed to provide ample wind protection at freeway speeds.

With subtle Suzuki Boulevard styling, the firmly mounted windscreen offers protection without distraction. Available in a Glass Sparkle Black / Metallic Glean Gray combination, the Suzuki Boulevard C90T retails for $12,899. (Reduced by $1000).

The 2015 Suzuki Boulevard C90 B.O.S.S. allows the rider to experience the road with its powerful 1462cc long-stroke, liquid-cooled, V-twin engine. The C90 B.O.S.S. comes with all-black wheels, blacked out forks, black slash-cut exhaust system and much more. It also has a spacious riding position, ultra-comfortable seat and smooth suspension for comfortable cruising on the road. The C90 B.O.S.S. is available in Candy Dark Cherry Red, and retails for $12,389. (Reduced by $1000).

The 2015 Suzuki Boulevard C50 is offered as a modern-day classic that gives riders classic styling, comfort and reliable performance. It comes equipped with spoke wheels, wide handlebars, smooth suspension, and well-cushioned seating and features an 805cc, fuel-injected, 45-degree, V-twin engine that cranks out abundant torque down low, matched by exciting top-end performance. It’s available in two colors, Glass Sparkle Black and Candy Daring Red colors, for a suggested retail price of $8,199. (Reduced by $200).

The 2015 Suzuki Boulevard C50T provides the rider with spacious seating, smooth suspension, and wide handlebars for maximum comfort. The C50T is great for long-distance touring with a passenger as it comes standard with an aerodynamic windshield, spacious custom-made leather saddlebags, and a well-padded backrest.

Featuring a strong 805cc, fuel-injected, 45-degree, v-twin engine tuned for excellent low rpm power and torque. The Boulevard C50T is available in a Glass Sparkle Black / Candy Dark Cherry Red for a suggested retail price of $9,399. (Reduced by $200).

The 2015 Suzuki Boulevard S40 gives riders a lightweight responsiveness powered by a strong single-cylinder engine, which provides exciting low-end to mid-range torque and high reliability. The Boulevard S40 is available in two distinct colors – Candy Daring Red, and Pearl Moon Stone Gray – for a retail price of $5,499. (Reduced by $200).

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