At $10,499, Suzuki's once-flagship cruiser, the Boulevard C90, is the deal here. Formerly the Intruder 1500 LC, Suzuki's big V twin got swept up into the Boulevard branding in 2005, becoming the C90 and incorporating a raft of updates. It's no longer the biggest V twin in the Suzuki line; that distinction goes to its M109R and C109R stablemates. The C90 retains the same 45-degree, SOHC mill of its 1500 LC predecessor, but it's now fuel-injected with a 32-bit ECu derived from Suzuki's GSX-R racebikes. The C90's classic cruiser styling echoes its C50 sibling's-it gets the same long, low profile. The soft, triangular- oval, chrome air cleaner is a signature feature of the Boulevard C series bikes, as is the abruptly staggered slash-cut exhaust. The C90 is just bigger. On the other hand, the redesigned, wider fuel tank actually has a diminished capacity of 3.7 gallons (presumably to make way for the EFI). The classic theme carries to the instruments-the speedometer and other indicators are atop the tank-and continues with floorboards and a classic laid-back riding position. The fuel filler's located below a locking cover, and the fuel tank is under the seat. The 16-inch cast wheels get dual discs up front with adjustable brake and clutch levers. Other niceties include a helmet lock and a button on the left switch housing so you can flash the high-beams.