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.
MSRP: $14,999 Monthly Payment*: $250
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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.
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 cu.in. 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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