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Suzuki Introduces Boulevard M90

Suzuki’s Boulevard line of power cruisers has had a pretty big hole between the 805cc M50 and 1783cc M109. The new M90 introduced to dealers just a couple of days ago should fill that void, at least in part, with a new 1462cc fuel injected v-twin powered cruiser that is expected to retail for less than $10,000 here in the U.S (the photos are actually of the European version of the M90, badged the “Intruder”). Suzuki’s aim is to provide a bargain power cruiser that features a pretty good spec, such as a wide, 200 section rear tire, a hard tail look with a hidden shock, and dual front disc brakes. Here is a list of the M90 features from Suzuki:


  • 1462cm3 (90 cubic-inch) long-stroke, 4-valve-per-cylinder V-Twin engine, built to deliver massive torque while maintaining efficient operation.
  • Dual spark plugs for each cylinder increase combustion and fuel efficiency.
  • Hard, smooth chrome-nitride physical Vapor Deposition (PVD)-coated upper-compression and oil-control piston rings reduce friction and improve sealing.
  • Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) digital fuel injection and engine management system powered by a 32-bit computer enhance response and efficiency.
  • An automatic Idle Speed Control (ISC) system improves cold starting and stabilizes engine idle under varying conditions.
  • Effective engine management system and emissions control measures allow the SUZUKI BOULEVARD M90 to meet latest emissions standards in respective markets.
  • Cable-operated back-torque-limiting clutch with Suzuki Clutch Assist System (SCAS) makes for efficient clutch operation and a lighter pull.
  • To reduce mechanical noise, each cylinder head’s cam cover is separate from the cam bearing caps, and a rubber gasket is used between the cylinder head and the cam cover.
  • Dual slash-cut chromed mufflers fed from equal-length head pipes produce a dynamic, throaty V-Twin rumble.
  • Inverted 43mm-outer-tube front forks deliver 130mm (5.1 inches) of wheel travel.
  • A classic, rigid hardtail look is composed by hiding the coil-over 46mm rear shock absorber underneath the bodywork.
  • Wide, long, well-padded seat. The comfortable passenger seat is easily replaced with an optional tailsection cover for solo rides.
  • Flat-bend, drag-style chromed 25.4mm (1.0-inch)-diameter handlebars, positioned at a relatively short reach from the seat.
  • Dual fully floating 290mm (15.3-inch) front disc brakes with dual-piston calipers; 275mm (10.8-inch) rear disc brake with a single dual-piston caliper.
  • Wide 120/70ZR18M/C (59W) front and 200/50ZR17M/C (75W) rear Bridgestone radial tires specifically designed for the SUZUKI BOULEVARD M90.
  • Distinctive instrument cluster, integrated into the headlight cowl under a chrome cover.
  • Long, chrome-plated sidestand, designed and positioned to help make it easier to move the parked bike up off the stand.
  • Multi-reflector headlight with a 60/55W halogen high/low-beam bulb.
  • LED taillight with fisheye fresnel-cut smoked red lens. Bullet-shaped turn signals with unique vertical lens cuts.
  • Instrumentation features a stepping-motor-driven analog speedometer and a bar-section fuel gauge always on display.

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