The Kawasaki Vulcan S is all that you’d need in a cruiser, in any event to the extent its outline is concerned. Every one of the components of a time tested cruiser are there. From the tear molded fuel tank to the upset triangular headlights and the wide handlebars, the Vulcan S is a cruiser in each feeling of the word.
Be that as it may, the thing about the Vulcan that truly emerges is its capacity to be modified relying upon the rider. Better believe it, bicycles aren’t as effortlessly adaptable as autos so having this component is certainly a colossal gift from heaven. Kawasaki made that conceivable through what it calls Ergo-FIt, a program that permits riders to have the bicycles custom-made to them rather than the a different way.
The liquid-cooled 649cc parallel dual engine is any other important element of the 2016 Vulcan S. It brings many distinct benefits over a ordinary cruiser, which consists of its Kawasaki sport bike DNA that enables excellent flexibility at all engine speeds, a healthy dose of strength and legendary dependability. it is also appreciably smoother than the V-dual engines utilized in most cruisers. For the Vulcan S, the engine has been engineered mainly to make it cruiser-pleasant and to inspire confidence in new riders, while nevertheless being fun and
responsive for experienced riders.
- Fuel Capacity 3.7 Galen
- Front Suspension or Wheel Travel :-
41mm telescopic fork / 5.1 inch
- Rear Suspension or Wheel Travel :-
Lay-down offset rear shock with linkage and adjustable preloaded / 3.2 inch
- Front Tire :- 120/70×18
- Rear Tire :- 160/60×17
- Seat Height 27.8 inch
- Front Brakes :- Single 300mm disc with twin-piston caliper and ABS
- Rear Brakes :- Single 250mm disc with single-piston caliper
- Cooling System :- Liquid
- Frame Type :- High-tensile steel double pipe perimeter frame
- Overall Length :- 91.0 inch
- Overall Width :- 34.7 inch
- Overall Height :- 43.3 inch
- Ground Clearance :- 5.1 inch
- Available Color Choices :- Pearl Crystal White, Candy Lime Green, Flat Ebony
RELEASE DATE AND EXPECTED PRICE
Kawasaki has uncovered 2016 adaptations of its Vulcan S range of bikes including the Vulcan S ABS, Vulcan S ABS SE and a cafè racer racer inspired version, calling it the Vulcan S ABS Café. For a bicycle of its size and appearance, the Kawasaki Vulcan S comes in at a generally moderate cost of only $6,999 for the standard trim and $7,399 with ABS. Any buy of both of these two trims accompanies a 12-month constrained guarantee with a choice to benefit of Kawasaki’s Protection Plus guarantee.