Suzuki Unveils New Motorcycles

Three different models for three different tastes

Summer is the time the manufacturers start to unveil their 2008 motorcycles. Suzuki is introducing several new motorcycles for the upcoming model year including revamping some of its existing motorcycles.

The new Boulevard C109RT. The C109R is a version without touring accessories.

The C109R expands the Boulevard line. This new, large displacement cruiser boasts 1800cc of power in a liquid cooled, fuel injected engine. The C109RT adds touring accessories like a windshield, saddlebags and backrest.

The B-King, Suzuki#39;s ultimate street bike.

The B-King is a new street (standard) style motorcycle that will be hitting the roads this fall as part of Suzukis 2008 line-up. The 1340cc, DOHC liquid-cooled, 16 valve engine is the same one found on the new Hayabusa (revamped for 2008). It features a gear-driven counterbalancer for smooth operation. Suzuki built this aggressively styled bike from the ground up with lots of new features.

The GSX650F – in the same family as the high performance GSX-R sportbikes.

The GSX650F is considered an entry level sportbike for confident beginners boasting a relatively low seat of 30.3 inches. It shares the same DNA as the powerful GSXR sportbikes. Speaking of sportbikes, the high performance Hayabusa has has been retooled for 2008 in a more aggressive, aerodynamic package. It features updated engine technology, improved power-to-weight ratio and 12 percent more horsepower.

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