Expected price:

5.00 Lakhs – 6.00 Lakhs

Expected Launch Date:  Jan 2018 – Apr 2018

Kawasaki Vulcan S

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Kawasaki Vulcan S Overview

Born from the successful Kawasaki Ninja 650, the Kawasaki Vulcan S will be a powerful and reliable cruiser. In 1984 came the first Vulcan, called the VN700A, which came with Kawasaki’s first V-twin engine. The bike has always been famous for its smooth engine, linear power delivery and smooth riding triangle. The bike has not been launched in India and is not expected in the near future. The expected price is about Rs. 6 Lakhs or maybe more.

Kawasaki Vulcan S Engine and Transmission

The power source will be is a 649 cc 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, DOHC, liquid-cooled engine, it is the same sporty engine from the Ninja 650 but tuned for a cruiser feel. The numbers produced are expected to be around  are, 61 bhp at @7500 rpm and 63 Nnm of torque at @6600 rpm, which comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The rivals will be are Harley Davidson Street 750 and Hyosung Aquila Pro in its segment.  The company says that, with capable torque, high rpm and generous lean angles, every ride on the Vulcan S motorcycle will have a has the potential for excitement.

Kawasaki Vulcan S Mileage and Features

With the A 14 L fuel sitting perfectly and royally at the in front,  and one can expect the mileage to be somewhere close to 20 kmpl, which is decent enough for a cruiser popping heavy figures. ABS will be optional on the Vulcan S. The headlight will be a is a bulb and reflector- type bulb with a LED tail lamp. Heat There has been heat  management will which contributes to increased comfort. The 17” alloys will look stylish with more aggressive Ninja styling. The digital instrument cluster will adds on to the feel of riding and gives a very rich feel to the rider.

Kawasaki Vulcan S Performance and Handling

With the The top speed of 168 kmph,  means the cruiser will can easily cruise at speeds of 120-130 kmph and as the earlier the Vulcan S power should be immediately accessible you crack the throttle it’s right there and ready to go. It’s expected to be a very rider- friendly bike and with very light handling on the front. The transmission should fit in really well and with smooth shifts. A 300 mm disc at in the front and a 250 mm disc on the rear are responsible will provide for providing the braking power for this more than value- for- money cruiser.