The Vulcan S has very non-traditional cruiser looks thanks to its flowing style, long and low stance, and contemporary elements like the original headlamp and cast wheels with five spoke pair design. Visually, the bike is a quintessential cruiser, with a typical cruiser stand, lazy rake angle, and forward foot pegs.
The frame, rear suspension, and swingarm are all designed to form an integrated line that runs from the front of the bike to the rear hub.
The bike appears lightweight thanks to its high-tensile steel pipe frame. 3D analysis was used in the outer design to achieve the desired rigidity and stress values,
The bike’s compact design is also a result of the way the rear suspension is set up, which makes room under the engine for a large-volume silencer.
With a seat height is 705 mm, the Vulcan S becomes more comfortable for even an average-height rider. Despite being 235kg, the low centre of gravity makes it easy to handle the bike.
Kawasaki Vulcan S is available in one colour:
- Metallic Matte Graphenesteel Gray.
Kawasaki Vulcan S is available in one variant:
The Vulcan S gets powered by a 2-cylinder, 649 cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin engine. It has a fuel efficiency/mileage of 20.58 kmpl and can generate 61 PS at 7500 rpm and 62.4 Nm of torque at 6600 rpm.
Modern urban styling, large disc brakes, slim backbone, style rear frame, easy-to-read instrumentation, relaxed foot-forward riding position, large wheelbase, and gear indicator are some features of Vulcan S that make it more overwhelming to ride. So, the riders are kept fully informed of operating conditions thanks to convenient features.
The instrument cluster’s original design includes a multipurpose LCD and analogue-style tachometer.
The top speed for the Kawasaki Vulcan S is approximately 170 kmph.
LED headlights and taillights make the ride perfect, even in the dark.
The rider’s footpeg is adjustable with 3-step adjustability and has an electric start with a pillion footrest and grabrail. It is possible to adjust the bike seat and handlebar with the accessories and adjustments. Large-diameter disc brakes combine powerful stopping ability with simple control for new riders.
A Manual 6-speed transmission backs the performance of the Vulcan S.
The suspension of the bike includes 43mm telescopic forks on the front. The rear suspension is peformed by off-set-mon-shock, which gets preload adjustability.
Kawasaki Vulcan S gets disc brakes of 300mm in the front and 250 at the rear.