Both the Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® and the Suzuki Boulevard C50 offer some great features that can help you get the most out of your driving experience. We want to work with you to help you discover the options that make the most sense for you. When it comes to design, the Low Rider® comes with a more slanted forward-facing look. The Boulevard C50 offers a more traditional upright design with stretched handlebars. Learn about the 2020 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® vs 2021 Suzuki Boulevard C50 when you get in touch with our Harley-Davidson® of New Port Richey dealership.
When it comes time for you to check out the rider profile, we think you'll agree that the Low Rider® offers a better overall ride. The Low Rider® comes with an ultra-smooth relaxed riding position that lets you feel more at ease on your ride. With the Boulevard C50, you'll have a more upright riding position, which may offer a preferred style for some riders. Both bikes come with mid-mount for controls via a pedal, and you'll also get a passenger seat as well. The passenger seat also comes with pedals to make it comfortable for your passenger. Find out how the Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® differs from the 2021 Suzuki Boulevard C50.
Styling and Exterior
The Low Rider® offers a throwback style that gives you a 70s-inspired theme. You'll love the tank graphics that offer a simple but attractive look. The bike comes with dual tank-mounted gauges to give you more information and data to work with on your ride. With plenty of chrome to go around, you'll have an iconic bike that really sends a clear message about your style and class. The Boulevard C50 comes with a more traditional single-paint appearance. You'll enjoy the dual-exhaust system on both of these bikes. With the Suzuki, the dual-exhaust system features a staggered look. On the Low Rider®, the pipes are cut to match. Get to know the 2020 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® vs 2021 Suzuki Boulevard C50's features when you contact us for a test ride.
One feature that you need to consider when comparing the Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® and the Suzuki Boulevard C50 is the instrument console. On the Low Rider®, you get several indicators to help you stay informed. The 4-ich analog speedometer comes with a digital gear indicator. You'll also get an odometer, fuel gauge, clock, trip range, and tachometer. The bike features engine diagnostics as well. On the Suzuki, you'll get a gear-position indicator, a large fuel meter, and a clock. Talk with our dealership to learn about your options and take home the bike that makes the most sense for you. Get to know the 2020 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® and the 2021 Suzuki Boulevard C50.
Chassis and Mechanical
Get to know the chassis on both the Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® and the Suzuki Boulevard C50. When it comes to the suspension system, you'll get a high-performance front suspension system on the Low Rider®. It uses a racing-style cartridge fork to allow for reduced weight. The Suzuki uses a telescopic front fork that gives you 5.5 inches of wheel travel. The rear shocks on the Low Rider® are easily adjustable, which makes it easier for you to get a supreme riding experience. On the Suzuki, you'll get a link-type rear suspension with a single shock absorber. Explore the 2020 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® vs 2021 Suzuki Boulevard C50 mechanical features and options.
Both the Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® and the Suzuki Boulevard C50 offer a V-Twin engine. As a result, you'll get similar performance on each bike. The engine on the Harley-Davidson® features a Milwaukee-Eight® 107 engine that offers 110 pound-feet of torque for maximum power. With the Suzuki, you'll get an 805cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled engine that can help you get some exceptional low RPM torque. Both of these engines can help you get to your destination in style, so come down and talk with us about your needs today. Talk with us about the 2020 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® and the 2021 Suzuki Boulevard C50 at our dealership. Get in touch with our Harley-Davidson® of New Port Richey dealership to find out about all of your options.
Contact our dealership for help with securing your next ride. We want to make it easier for you to get the bike that works for you, and that is why we always suggest you get a test ride. Getting a test ride can help you find out if the bike fits your personal riding profile. You'll also be able to ask any questions and find out about all of the customizations available for your bike.