Offered in three different models, the 2011 Suzuki Boulevard includes a little something for anyone seeking out a motorcycle. The Boulevard M109R is an aggressive power-cruiser with excellent handling. The S40 offers less power and is a good entry-level motorcycle for everyday driving. The C50T also features a more modest engine but is a large bike and great for touring.
A great motorcycle for cruising, the Boulevard M109R also features the M109R Limited Edition, which adds a racing stripe, custom gauges a taillight, and a distinctively styled seat. Both motorcycles are designed to deliver top performance. It also includes a unique Glass Sparkle Black with Candy Max Orange finish. The Boulevard M109R's 1783-cc, eight-valve, dual overhead camshaft engine includes a strong throttle response and accelerates quickly. Each engine bore is lined with race proven Suzuki Composite Electrochemical Material for the best heat transfer and reduced weight. The M109R also features a sleek 5.2-gallon fuel tank, a low and comfortable seat with enough support for long rides, and a stylish radiator cowl.
The Boulevard S40 includes a blend of low- and mid-range torque to provide an optimal riding experience. Not the fastest bike on the road, the S40 delivers a simple ride with adequate performance for everyday trips. Hydraulic front brakes ensure a secure stop. The polished, spoke wheels feature a classic look of larger cruiser motorcycles, and the slim front tire and wide rear tire also lend to its classic cruiser appeal. The flat handlebar design offers a clean and sporty look, and the fuel tank is made of a lovely teardrop shape. Its 652-cc, single overhead cam, four-stroke engine provides great low-end power and torque. The Boulevard C50T, like other larger bikes, features a tank-mounted speedometer as part of its authentic style. The windscreen is adjustable, good for a variety of riders, and includes a look-through or look-over setting. The C50T comes equipped with standard passenger backrest, studded leather bags, valanced fenders, and slash-cut dual mufflers.