The Kawasaki Vulcan the stunning sports cruiser motorcycle from the house of Kawasaki, it is a truly one of a kind different breed, and the new 2021 bs6 model offer a stunning colour option in matte grey attire and get these red accents here and there which truly amplify the visual appeal.
Kawasaki Vulcan s design
Kawasaki Vulcan s is a low slung, really futuristic looking cruiser. The wheelbase of 1,575mm gives you a balance of light handling and superior riding stability in the same characteristics that make it fun to ride, which makes the Vulcan S ideal for new riders. The new 2021 Kawasaki Vulcan s bs6 model is a cruiser with the heart of a sportbike.
The power plant borrowed from its sport-touring cousin ninja 650 and the bike comes with a pure adrenaline rush combined with the unmatched comfort of a cruiser for 2021. The bike gets this new livery that looks super premium also the saddle comfort seems to have been improved. We get better cushioning almost a sofa kind of a seat that is ultra-comfortable with superior quality foam. The overall design is perfectly cohesive and typically that of a new age cruiser with the black theme running all around.
Kawasaki Vulcan s engine
Powering the 2021 Kawasaki Vulcan s is a liquid-cooled fuel-injected DOHC eight-valve bs6 compliant 649cc parallel-twin engine, that puts out 61 ps of max power at 7500rpm and 62.4-newton meters of max torque at 6600rpm and Vulcan s comes with a six-speed gearbox.
The power delivers is smooth, responsive performance, especially in the low and medium rpm ranges. The engine was tuned for rider-friendly power characteristics that will inspire confidence in new riders. this bike sounds especially when you rev it all the way to the red line in each gear the sound is absolutely divine. The bike is built on a perimeter frame, the bike made up of height and style steel, and it allows you to adjust the handlebar and the rider footpegs as per your preference. Vulcan s get a single 300mm front disc and a 250mm rear disc with the dual-channel abs system as standard. The bike has 41mm telescopic forks upfront and an offset mono-shock at the back and the good thing is that you can adjust preload, with 7 positions to suit rider size and payload.
The tire size that we get on the Vulcan s is 18″ for the front and 17 at the back. The tank range is decent enough because the Kawasaki Vulcan s has a 14-litre tank, in terms of mileage there’s no official claim as such, but as per some online sources it is around 23kmpl which is kind of expected for a 649cc engine. The seat height is 705 millimetres and the seat of Vulcan s gives you the perfect and ideal sitting posture for a low slung cruiser. Ground clearance is pretty low 130mm, is somewhat manageable in real-world conditions, but you gotta be careful with the speed breakers on roads like India.
Kawasaki Vulcan s price
The Vulcan s was hugely awaited upon by many prior to its launch, which is why Kawasaki did eventually go ahead and launch it here in India. Kawasaki Vulcan s 2021 bs6 model is priced starting at rupees 6,40,000 lakhs ex-showroom India, and I feel for this price you get your money’s worth for the kind of package it has an offer. The Vulcan s is a very good bike by all means, and now with Harley Davidson gone into hibernation, this is truly one of a kind cruiser, a unique breed kind of a sports cruiser with the low slung laid back sweeping cruiser design.