The 2013 Suzuki M109R Boulevard has just landed in Australia. For 2013, the Boulevard now can be had with a brand-new pearl red color scheme featuring a color-coded headlight cover, ad well as blacked out wheels and clear lens taillight and turn signals. In Australia, the 2013 M 109R Boulevard is priced at $18,990 for the black version and $19,490 for the new pearl mira red livery.
Powered by an all-new liquid-cooled, DOHC, V-Twin 1,783cc engine, the 2013 Suzuki M109R Boulevard is the most powerful cruiser Suzuki has ever made. Its engine is mated to a 5-speed constant mesh transimision and features four valves per cylinder and SDTV digital fuel injection which produces smooth throttle response even at low engine rpm, as awell as Suzuki Advanced Sump System (SASS) designed for reduced engine height, a lower crankshaft position and center of gravity.
The cruiser monster packs the largest engine pistons of any production bike or even car on the universe. It features huge 112mm forged aluminium-alloy pistons, high-tensile steel frame, cast aluminum-alloy swingarm, radial-mount opposed-4-piston front brake calipers, a dual-piston rear brake caliper, 19-litre fuel tank, and inverted front forks that feature race-proven cartridge internals with massive 46mm stanchion tubes.
Moreover, the 2013 Suzuki M109R Boulevard has a seat height of 705mm, sits on massively beefy 240mm rear tyre (the widest tyre ever used on a Suzuki motorcycle), 130mm front tyre and comes equipped with a slash-cut, stainless steel, chromed exhaust with the advanced Suzuki Exhaust Tuning (SET) system. Its handlebar mounted instrument features a digital tachometer, gear position indicator and LED indicator lamps, and there’s also tank-mounted analog speedometer and LCD odometer, dual tripmeters, fuel gauge and clock.
Optional accessories for the Suzuki M109R Boulevard include tank cover, fuel tank carbon fiber trim, saddlebags, billet backrest, drive shaft cover, engine cover, and so on.