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I purchased my 2013 C90T new 14 months ago and have logged 20,000 miles on it. For the most part I've found it to be a good comfortable cruiser. This is the largest bike I've owned and the first tour model. I have found several things though that need improvement. There is plenty of hand numbing vibration at highway speed. I'm planning to ad dampeners.

There is also a lot of wind from under the windshield. At this point no one makes lowers for this bike. I've contacted National Cycle and they said they have no plans to make any. I may have to make my own.

There is also a limited number of manufacturers for the 200/60/16 rear tire. The Bridgestones that come stock stick to the road very well but are not what I'd prefer for a touring tire. For the price I've been disappointed in their 12,000-mile endurance.

Overall a great bike, but seriously disappointed in the aftermarket availability of parts and accessories.

Paul Holder
Atlanta, GA
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Editor Response
Thanks for great feedback Paul.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I bought one recently and I have done about 9000 miles in just a few months traveling around Saudi Arabia and countries around it. The bike is amazing it is really all I needed.

Hussain Halawani
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Sunday, August 17, 2014
I have been riding for more than 40 years and have owned a Harley, a few Hondas, a couple of Yamahas and the first Suzuki I owned was the 2013 C90T B.O.S.S., the only thing I ask is, "Why did I wait so long?" Great bike with more power than I know what to do with.

Richard Drennan
Stockton, CA
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
I fell I love with the look of this ride. So I bought it—the 2008 version I loved. But I've seen the new improvements of this new version and it seemed this was an incredible bike I needed to have. But it wasn't long before I was proved wrong with issues like going into first gear whether warm or cold. How embarrassing is that riding with your friends on this new ride? Didn't stop there though. Sounds like at mid rpm a very loud valve slap noise.

I reported this to my dealer and at first they had great concern. They had my ride for three weeks with many scenarios of what was wrong and admitting this is not normal for these issues to happen. Then an area rep finally arrived and would not meet with me. The decision was nothing wrong with it. Tell me, does this sound right? So I emailed Suzuki Canada to tell them the same thing and they said if I had issues to take it back to dealer. How's that for service? This will be my last Suzuki after three Boulevards.

Rob
Cornwall, PE, Canada
Monday, February 10, 2014
Editor Response
Sounds like more a customer service issue than anything.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
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