Suzuki boulevard c50

The Suzuki Boulevard C50 motorcycle (VL800) is manufactured by Suzuki Motor Corporation from the year 2005 to the present. Prior to 2005, this bike model was named the Volusia (for Volusia County, Florida) where it was unveiled at the 2001 Daytona Bike Week.[1] In 2005, Suzuki re-branded it as the Suzuki Boulevard C50. The cycle follows the formula of a smaller yet capable engine fitted into a one-size up frame, a popular combination also in use by Honda, Kawasaki, and Yamaha in their respective cruiser lines.

Overview

The Boulevard C50 is a cruiser style motorcycle and is outfitted from the factory to carry a passenger. While most components were carried over from the Volusia line, the Boulevard series utilizes fuel injection instead of a carburetor. The engine is a liquid cooled 50-cubic-inch (805cc) engine in a 45-degree V-Twin configuration.

The 5-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via a shaft drive. Overall, the C50 measures 98.4 inches in length with 27.6 inch seat height. Other standard features include a 4.1 US Gallon fuel tank, front-disc/rear-drum brakes, and driver floorboards. [2]

Sub-models

There are three sub-models of the C50: the C50C, which has cast aluminum wheels; the C50T, which includes a touring package of a windshield, passenger backrest, and saddlebags; and the C50SE Limited Edition, which includes studded seats as well as either a flowing or tribal flame paint job, depending on the model year.

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