2010 Suzuki Boulevard C50


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Featuring a bold new, Candy Blue colour option, the 2010 Boulevard C50 from Suzuki’s class-leading cruiser range has been released.

The 50-cubic-inch-engined variant from Suzuki’s classic ‘C’ line-up of cruisers features traditional styling combined with advanced sportsbike technology, and gives riders plenty of bang for their buck.

Delivering trademark grunt and plenty of torque throughout its powerband, the Boulevard C50 is powered by a grunty, fuel-injected, V-Twin engine

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A chromed and staggered dual exhaust pipe is tuned to enhance power delivery and produce a throaty, signature V-Twin rumble.

With a low, spacious seating position and swept-back handlebars complemented by sleek lines, a teardrop tank, deep fenders, large tier, sand chrome finishing, the Suzuki Boulevard C50 offers exceptional rider comfort and style.

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2010 Suzuki Boulevard C50 , 7.2 out of 10 based on 45 ratings
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  • John Donnellan
    August 1, 2010
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    To Suzuki Motorbike Design Team – Love the new style of the 2010 C50 in the Dark Blue and the instruments that display what gear you are in. Is there a new C90 in this styling coming to Australia in 2011 – Please say YES – The C109 is nice but to big for me as a daily commuter. (5’10”and 81 kilos). A New C90 in the style and colour of the Dark Blue 2010 – C50, would be a dream machine, small enough to handle for daily commuting but big enough for 2 up cruising on the weekend, perhaps with ABS Brakes. The old C90 which is no longer available in Australia had a tiny 14 litre tank tucked under the seat, this is to SMALL for Australian Conditions and the vast distances one wishes to travel between outback Petrol stops. (The Kawasaki VL900cc has a 20 litre tank) – The M109 Fuel tank has a very stylish look, this shape tank on a new C90 with a standard side filler cap and tank instruments would look great). One question about the C50, Great bike but it still has Drum rear brakes in 2010?. Surly disk would be more cost effective to fit and for maintenance. Thanks for listening

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  • dave
    August 2, 2010
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    i love the bike but can you think about putting a 6 speed transmission in your next bike on the road at 100 klms it should have one more gear right so mabe your next bikes will have them thanks dave ihave owned 6 new susiki bikes so far so keep up the good work

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  • Larry W
    September 28, 2010
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    I agree with a 6 speed tranny – I owned the 2005 C50 with the 800cc and although it had enough juice for everyday riding in the city , once on the highway it buzzed like a bee in a race. I cant tell you how many times I kept pulling up on the shifter looking for just one more gear on the highway.

    Were this thing equipped with the 6th speed I cant imagine a better looking better running bike for under $6000 new.

    Back to the drawing board Suzuki — slap that 6th gear in there.

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  • Beckie B
    November 28, 2010
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    I just bought a 2009 CT50 the blue and white not only is it a beautiful bike but rides and handles like a dream. I am a Lady rider who is 5’3 115 lbs. and I can say that this bike is so much easier to ride than my 600 Honda Shadow was. The only thing I hate about it is the stupid emergency light that comes on when you lock down your bike and turn the key to far. Stupid way for it to work you cant tell in daylight that its on when you look out at nite there it is ON. A man had to have had to thought of this way of turning the emergency light on. Other than that I love it!!

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