An affordable member of Suzuki's Intruder family of cruiser bikes is the Volusia, named for the Florida county where you'll find Daytona Beach. In 2003 Suzuki changed the name to the Boulevard C50. The Volusia packs an 803cc 45° liquid-cooled V-twin engine with a single carburetor, electronic ignition and a wide-ratio five-speed transmission. The stock exhaust has given way for a good sounding 2 into 1 pipe. The bike was designed to have the look and feel of a big cruiser. It has the longest wheelbase in its class at 65.2 in., and a low saddle height of only 27.6 in. This one has a Corbin seat, with the drivers, and passengers backrest on it. Volusia has a conventional telescopic front suspension, but at the rear, there's a hidden, linked, progressive single-shock suspension. The hidden suspension and the bike's shaft drive give the entire rear end a clean, purposeful look. Its 5.5 in. of ground clearance provide the room to lean way over in corners, if you're so inclined. The engine puts out gobs of torque at low rpm for easy getaways, maneuvering and parking, the transmission shifts solidly, and the suspension does a great job of soaking up the bumps. It's extremely easy and comfortable to ride, with big, wide bars to hold on to and forward-mounted footpegs, and brake and shifter pedals. In a spirited day of riding on Highway 1 and in and out of California's coastal valleys, the 526-pound Volusia's performance was flawless. This one did come to us with a "Salvage", or "Rebuilt" title. Maybe the best part is the bike's price, a mere 1995.00. You just cant go wrong!!! Be sure to visit brennys dot com to see this, and other motorcycles and ATVs! We are your one stop store for your all your powersport needs!