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Kawasaki Vulcan S Review

Introduction:


When Kawasaki launched the first cruiser from its stable, it officially entered the middle-weight cruiser segment with a bang, edging out entry-level roadsters from Harley-Davidson and Triumph. The Vulcan S is on of a kind cruiser, with both modern touch and retro elements. Bases on the same platform as Ninja 650 and ER-6N, the Vulcan S borrows its powertrain and chassis from Ninja 650 which already has gained a cult status among the motorcycling enthusiasts in the country. Standing apart from the herd, with an advanced Parallel Twin engine, sleek frame, superb suspension layout and dynamic design, the Vulcan S offers a stylish alternative from traditional cruiser image.

Design:


For any cruiser, styling is a very crucial aspect. And Vulcan S does not disappoint its spectators. The futuristic design of Kawasaki Vulcan S offers a modern and unique alternative from traditional cruiser image. A sleek design, with long and low stance, plethora of modern elements like inverted triangular headlamps, matt black side mirrors and a five spoke pair design cast wheels, give the Vulcan S, a nontraditional cruiser look. Based on a distinctive slim backbone-style rear frame, made of high-tensile steel, gives the bike a lightweight appearance. In the rear, a pointed LED tail light, along with rear fenders, and a separate rear subframe, accentuates its rugged appeal. The motorcycle has got well-proportioned dimensions measuring 2,315 x 870 x 1,095 mm with a wheelbase of 1,580mm. Vulcan S sports a stylish instrument console, which is part analog and part digital.

Engine, Economy & Performance


At the heart, the entry-level cruiser by Kawasaki is powered 649cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, four valves per cylinder, parallel twin engine that has the propensity to generate a maximum power of 63 PS made at 7500 rpm with an utmost torque value of 64 Nm made at 6500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission with the positive neutral finder. The engine delivers a smooth, responsive performance, especially in the low and medium rpm ranges. The Vulcan S offers smooth starts from a standstill, smooth acceleration, and a satisfying pull when accelerating. The Digital Fuel Injection technology, prov

Highlights


The rising touring spirit of Indonesians posed a lucrative market for motorcycle brands. To make the most of it, Kawasaki launched the first cruiser from its stable in Indonesia – Vulcan S. Vulcan S entered the Indonesian market in 2015, and in a short span, this distinctive cruiser with its robust powertrain, unique styling and superb ergonomics has the edge out entry-level roadsters from Harley-Davidson and Triumph. Based on the same platform as Ninja 650 and ER-6N, Vulcan S is a unique motorcycle that combines the low silhouette of a cruiser and mixes it with Kawasaki sportbike-derived power and handling, as well as a custom fit concept, designed to comfortably fit a wide range of riders

Introduction:


When Kawasaki launched the first cruiser from its stable, it officially entered the middle-weight cruiser segment with a bang, edging out entry-level roadsters from Harley-Davidson and Triumph. The Vulcan S is on of a kind cruiser, with both modern touch and retro elements. Bases on the same platform as Ninja 650 and ER-6N, the Vulcan S borrows its powertrain and chassis from Ninja 650 which already has gained a cult status among the motorcycling enthusiasts in the country. Standing apart from the herd, with an advanced Parallel Twin engine, sleek frame, superb suspension layout and dynamic design, the Vulcan S offers a stylish alternative from traditional cruiser image.

Design:


For any cruiser, styling is a very crucial aspect. And Vulcan S does not disappoint its spectators. The futuristic design of Kawasaki Vulcan S offers a modern and unique alternative from traditional cruiser image. A sleek design, with long and low stance, plethora of modern elements like inverted triangular headlamps, matt black side mirrors and a five spoke pair design cast wheels, give the Vulcan S, a nontraditional cruiser look. Based on a distinctive slim backbone-style rear frame, made of high-tensile steel, gives the bike a lightweight appearance. In the rear, a pointed LED tail light, along with rear fenders, and a separate rear subframe, accentuates its rugged appeal. The motorcycle has got well-proportioned dimensions measuring 2,315 x 870 x 1,095 mm with a wheelbase of 1,580mm. Vulcan S sports a stylish instrument console, which is part analog and part digital.

Engine, Economy & Performance


At the heart, the entry-level cruiser by Kawasaki is powered 649cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, four valves per cylinder, parallel twin engine that has the propensity to generate a maximum power of 63 PS made at 7500 rpm with an utmost torque value of 64 Nm made at 6500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission with the positive neutral finder. The engine delivers a smooth, responsive performance, especially in the low and medium rpm ranges. The Vulcan S offers smooth starts from a standstill, smooth acceleration, and a satisfying pull when accelerating. The Digital Fuel Injection technology, provides the significant mileage, saving you trips to the petrol pump.

Handling:


One of the most important aspects of a cruiser bike is, that it keeps the rider comfortable during long hauls. To ensure this, Kawasaki engineers have integrated Vulcan S with a low seat at 705mm, fully adjustable three-position footpegs and a slim frame which accommodate a wide range of riders. The slim chassis of the Vulcan S increases lean angle when cornering. The strategically designed sculpted seat, with S thick padding, offers excellent comfort and good hip support. The handlebar has a wide diameter for a positive feel and is rubber-mounted to reduce vibration and increase overall comfort. The bike has a long wheelbase of 1,580mm which provides agile handling and superior riding stability. To ensure bike's sturdy handling and absorb bumps, Kawasaki has integrated Vulcan S with 41mm telescopic fork suspensions at the front side and Lay-down offsets rear shock with linkage and adjustable pre-load at the back.

Safety, Braking and Miscellaneous


Vulcan S gets its fierce stopping power through a cutting-edge 300mm Single disc Dual-piston front brakes and a 250mm Single disc Dual-piston rear brakes which create a balance between ample stopping power with easy control for beginning riders. This braking is further refined with the incorporation of a high-performance ABS unit to the package. The bike is equipped with an 18-inch five-spoke front wheel and a 17-inch rear counterpart with radical tyres, which ensures a sturdy handling. These safety gears make Vulcan S an amazing cruiser that is capable of delivering a furious ride along with complete safety.

Verdict:


The Kawasaki Vulcan S sports a perfect amalgamation of precise engineering Kawasaki is known for with a modern style that can’t be beaten. This beginner friendly cruiser with best in class ergonomics offers a superb ride. And an economic price tag, makes Vulcan S the best bike in the segment.

ides the significant mileage, saving you trips to the petrol pump.

Handling:


One of the most important aspects of a cruiser bike is, that it keeps the rider comfortable during long hauls. To ensure this, Kawasaki engineers have integrated Vulcan S with a low seat at 705mm, fully adjustable three-position footpegs and a slim frame which accommodate a wide range of riders. The slim chassis of the Vulcan S increases lean angle when cornering. The strategically designed sculpted seat, with S thick padding, offers excellent comfort and good hip support. The handlebar has a wide diameter for a positive feel and is rubber-mounted to reduce vibration and increase overall comfort. The bike has a long wheelbase of 1,580mm which provides agile handling and superior riding stability. To ensure bike's sturdy handling and absorb bumps, Kawasaki has integrated Vulcan S with 41mm telescopic fork suspensions at the front side and Lay-down offsets rear shock with linkage and adjustable pre-load at the back.

Safety, Braking and Miscellaneous


Vulcan S gets its fierce stopping power through a cutting-edge 300mm Single disc Dual-piston front brakes and a 250mm Single disc Dual-piston rear brakes which create a balance between ample stopping power with easy control for beginning riders. This braking is further refined with the incorporation of a high-performance ABS unit to the package. The bike is equipped with an 18-inch five-spoke front wheel and a 17-inch rear counterpart with radical tyres, which ensures a sturdy handling. These safety gears make Vulcan S an amazing cruiser that is capable of delivering a furious ride along with complete safety.

Verdict:


The Kawasaki Vulcan S sports a perfect amalgamation of precise engineering Kawasaki is known for with a modern style that can’t be beaten. This beginner friendly cruiser with best in class ergonomics offers a superb ride. And an economic price tag, makes Vulcan S the best bike in the segment.