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2012 Suzuki Boulevard C50t Classic on 2040-motos

$6,999
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Two-tone Candy Sonoma Red / Gl
Location:

Beaumont, California

Beaumont, CA

Suzuki Boulevard tech info

TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(866) 268-6086

Suzuki Boulevard description

2012 Suzuki Boulevard C50T Classic, MSRP $7,999....SAVE $$$...ALL FACTORY REBATES APPLIED TO SALE. PLUS DEALER FEES, DOC, TAX, LIC.. SALE ENDS 10/31/13 - Here's a cruiser in which style meets performance. The Boulevard C50T Classic is designed to turn heads on the boulevard, featuring Glass Sparkle Black paint and bold, classic cruiser styling that includes kicked-out forks and a chromed and stagged dual-exhaust system. That striking design is complemented by strong all-around performance. The C50T Classic boasts a fuel-injected, 45 degree, V-twin engine that cranks out abundant torque down low, matched by exciting top-end performance. It also has a spacious riding position and smooth suspension for cruising in maximum comfort. Down the boulevard or out on the open highway - the C50T Classic rewards you with a ride to remember.

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Fri, 07 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Although aftermarket grips and LED strips are both listed on the ad for this poor Suzuki, there’s no mention of the single disc conversion at the front of the bike. It’s a good job the seller is in no rush to sell. Surely this is the worst looking SV650 ever?You can see the original ad here.

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