2009 Suzuki C90T Boulevard/Intruder VL1500
- Make: Suzuki
- Model: C90T Boulevard /Intruder VL1500
- Price: £ 5,995.00
- Year: 2009
- Engine: 1500
- Colour: Graphite/Black
- Mileage: 2000
- Current Location: UK.
1 Florida owner 2000 miles as new, find a nicer one!
The UK got the Intruder 1500 do not confuse this beauty with that model, this is a fully loaded US Spec C90T Boulevard in Mint Condition!
Beautiful in two tone metallic graphite and black plus copious amounts of chrome complete with whitewalls and studded seats, adjustable sissybar and panniers this bike turns heads with its classic cruiser good looks.
Very similar styling to its smaller sibling the C50T this fuel injected motor shows its brawn in the torque department with its extra 600cc and is a delight to ride with seamless power transmitted through the shaft drive.
The price of this bike represents superb value for money and is more than capable of transporting 2 adults in style across Europe if required.
Please find an independent magazine review below:
There is little better than the first ride on a warm spring day. Winter’s cobwebs are slowly shaken off, muscle memory remembers where, why and how a motorcycle operates and there’s the sweet relief of blessed warm air coursing over your skin. And, if like Toronto’s wretched winter this year, the cold air seemed to last forever, the deliverance from frigid climes is just that much sweeter. On perfect spring mornings such as this, one could be riding anything anywhere and it wouldn’t matter.
But it sure is a bonus that I happen to like the new Suzuki C90T I’m riding. Indeed, I have been looking forward to swinging a leg over the bagger since I first saw pictures of the beast sneak onto the Internet. A resurrection of the touring version of the Suzuki’s middleweight touring cruiser that last saw these shores in 2009, the immediate reaction to the C90T is that it is a whole bunch more stylish than some recent Suzuki cruisers. Maybe Suzuki has finally got the right blend of saddlebag and rear fender, not to mention front fender and large, heavy-duty front fork. Or perhaps it’s that anything is just a little more stylish. Whatever the case, considering that cruisers are all about style, it’s a good thing that the new Suzuki is easy on the eyes.
That one can also cruise in comfort, of course, is always a big bonus. This the C90T offers in spades. The seat, for one thing, is absolutely comfortable, its foam just firm enough to be supportive without being bum-busting. The seat is also, by cruiser standards, fairly flat and immensely broad so you can twist and twerk to move around the pressure points. All in all, especially because it’s combined with a broadly protective fairing and a rational seating position (i.e. none of this grossly foot forward footpeg position that some cruiser riders find so “bad”), the C90 is an excellent way to while away the hours.
On said open road, the C90T fairly lopes along. Though it displaces 1462-cc, by modern standards, the Suzuki is a middleweight and, compared with other V-twins in this segment, it is fairly powerful. There’s almost 80 horsepower to be had and, more importantly, 96 pound-feet of torque when you’re cranking along at low rpm.