Unsurpassed in the cruiser segment, the Boulevard M109R combines smooth lines, big bore performance and cutting edge technology.
The 2013 iteration boasts a brand-new pearl red colour scheme featuring a colour-coded headlight cover, blacked out wheels and clear lens tail light and turn signals.
With the largest engine pistons of any production car or bike on the planet, the Boulevard M109R gives its riders all the power they need, whenever they need it.
Deriving its name from its 109 cubic inch engine, the Boulevard M109R’s 1,783cc liquid-cooled, DOHC, V-Twin engine includes Suzuki’s advanced Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel-injection system amongst its race-proven engine technology and is designed to produce tractable power and responsive torque.
A slash-cut, stainless steel, chromed exhaust and the advanced Suzuki Exhaust Tuning (SET) system provide optimum performance and a distinctive V-twin engine note.
Developed using Suzuki’s famed race-bred technology, the M109R’s inverted front forks feature race-proven internals with massive 46mm stanchion tubes.
The widest rear tyre ever used on a Suzuki motorcycle, measuring 240mm, helps deliver the incredible power of the Boulevard M109R and complements its aggressive look.
Perfect for cruising, the Boulevard M109R has a low and comfortable riding position, while the solo seat cover can be easily removed to accommodate a passenger when required.
A handlebar mounted instrument cluster includes a digital tachometer, gear position indicator and LED indicator lamps, complementing the tank-mounted analogue speedometer and LCD odometer, dual tripmeters, fuel gauge and clock.
Guaranteed to turn heads, the 2013 Boulevard M109R features an all-new standout Pearl Mira Red colour scheme.
“The new livery was a huge hit with fans when we unveiled it at the 2012 Australia Motorcycle Expo,” said Suzuki Australia Motorcycles General Manager Perry Morison.
“The Boulevard range has carved an enviable reputation among the local cruiser fraternity and this latest model is set to add another successful chapter.
“For fans of traditional cruiser livery, the Boulevard M109R is also available in black,” he said.
A range of official Suzuki Boulevard accessories is available on www.suzukiboulevard.com.au enabling Boulevard M109R riders to customise their machine, to their preference.
The Suzuki Boulevard M109R in red is now available for a recommended price of $19,490*, backed by Suzuki’s two-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty. The black version is also available for a recommended price of $18,990*. For further information on the 2013 Suzuki Boulevard M109R, interested customers should visit their local Suzuki dealer, who can be found through the Dealer Locator on www.suzuki.com.au.
* Recommended Price includes GST, excludes dealer delivery and government charges.
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