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2008 Suzuki Boulevard C109RT Specs


The 2008 Suzuki Boulevard C109RT is a Cruiser Style Motorcycle equipped with an 1783cc, Liquid Cooled, V Twin, DOHC, 4-Stroke Engine and a 5-Speed Manual Transmission.

It has a Telescopic Fork Front Suspension while the Rear Suspension consists of a Twin Sided Swing Arm. The Boulevard C109RT has Front Dual Hydraulic Disc Brakes and Rear Hydraulic Disc Brakes. The Boulevard C109RT weighs -50102- lbs. and has 5.4 inches of ground clearance.

The Boulevard C109RT was introduced in 2008 and is New for 2008. It includes a 12 month Limited warranty.

2008 Suzuki Boulevard C109RT
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MSRP: $14,999 Monthly Payment*: $250


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Manufacturer Suzuki
Model Boulevard
Year 2008
Class Cruiser
Country of Origin Japan
MSRP $14,999
Warranty 12
Cylinders 2
Compression Ratio
Compression Ratio 10.5:1
Engine Stroke 4-Stroke
Displacement (cc) 1783
Valve Configuration DOHC
Starter Electric
Cooling Liquid
Engine Type V Twin
Seat Specifications
Number Of Seats 2
Seat Height (in) 28
Front Suspension
Front Suspension Size (in) 1.9
Front Travel (in) 5.1
Front Suspension Type Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension
Rear Travel (in)
Rear Suspension Brand Name
Rear Suspension Type Twin Sided Swing Arm
Ground Clearance (in) 5.4
Trail (in)
Width (in) 38.8
Wheelbase (in) 69.1
Length (in) 101
Fuel Capacity (gal) 5
Major Revision Year 2008
Manufacturer Country Japan
Generic Type (Primary) Cruiser
Dry Weight (lbs)
Number Of Speeds 5
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel) Shaft
Transmission Type Manual
Reverse No
Front Brake Type Dual Hydraulic Disc
Rear Tire (Full Spec) Dunlop 240/55 R16 M/C 79V
Front Tire (Full Spec) Dunlop 150/80 R16 M/C 63V
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The base price of the 2008 Suzuki Boulevard C109RT Motorcycle is $14999. This is $254.17 less expensive than its competition.


The V Twin engine in the 2008 Suzuki Boulevard C109RT Motorcycle has a displacement of 1783 cc which is 1.86% less than its competition.







Posted On: 01/26/09
I bought my c109rt July 25th and had 4500 miles by Aug 10th. A perfect ride to Sturgis on the world best cruiser made for a once in a lifetime adventure. Crossing the open hwy in Montana I had to pull the throttle back at least once and cruised safely up to 130 mph with no fear, solid stability handling and braking. Later I raced my brothers v-rod through 60 miles on Idaho back roads until he backed off,( just due to his personality, not the v-rod performance) I could have gone faster. This is a bike that thinks its a thrill ride. It weighs 700 lbs but isn't afraid to do whatever you feel like doing. Comfortable on all road types. Way too much throat in the pull for a bike its size. It has as much torque in the lower powerband as the high. I hit the 2nd gear throttle limiter at 85, 3rd at 115 and shifted to 5th at 130. I have sparked the road pegs several times, something I usually avoid on most big bikes. I only weigh 155 lbs but feel i am in control at all times. I can cruise through town with one hand on the bars and stop with one foot down. It has a low seat and wide center, again, perfectly designed and balanced. I don't like the quiet stock exhaust only because it doesn't represent the awesome power of this 118 hp motor. I plan to have a tuned exhaust installed. I recommend this for any Fatboy Harley rider who wants to pay 10K less and enjoy the ride more.
Posted On: 10/10/08
I just bought a new (2008) Boulevard C106RT and I love it. Up until now, the biggest bike I have owned was a 650cc (the largest I have ridden was a 1500cc). The 109 of the new Boulevard will take some getting used to, but it is incredible. The throttle reponse is more than I expected and the ride is great. The first thing I did was take it for a short (80 miles) highway run. The ride and comfort were more than I had hoped. I was also impressed with the 5 speed transmission. Originally, I thought a 6 speed might be better, but after a very short time I was more than pleased. It feels a little "heavy" in town, but after a few minutes I quickly adjusted. After a few minutes I realized that the "heavy" feeling I was getting was from the larger rear tire. Once I adjusted to it, it felt very agile. I would recommend this bike to everyone.

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