IntroductionFollowing an easy to anticipate existence, the 2009 Suzuki C90 and C90T models uncover their Boulevard DNA from the very first time you lay your eyes on them or on their specs sheet. They may look like refined locomotives (which isn’t necessarily bad), but the engine is a fuel-injected 1,462cc, air-cooled, OHC, 45-degree V-Twin so there’s plenty to expect from that. Like on any two-wheeled long hauler, there is a five-speed constant mesh transmission and shaft drive so our expectations are met successfully.
Also, by featuring a double-cradle steel frame, linked suspensions and dual-disc front brake, the C90 shows even more reasons why Suzuki had to offer two models based on this platform. The Touring stands out due to the additional equipment consisting mainly in a custom windshield, passenger backrest and roomy saddlebags, but you can always go for the Classic model and accessorize it as you’re heart demands.