Whether choosing Metallic Spark Black, Metallic Flat Raw Graystone or Ebony, Vulcan S riders can be assured of a stimulating ride thanks to the Vulcan’s 649 cm3 liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin engine delivering a healthy 61 PS.
Translating an engaging riding sensation into words, the cruiser virtues of light handling, comfortable, plush low seat and relaxed foot-forward riding position are all evident thanks to the compact engine and slim frame design creating a narrow aspect at the knees and feet.
Successfully mixing the traditional virtues of a classic cruiser with a contemporary styling approach the customer base for the Vulcan S is diverse extending from those that are drawn to the relaxed custom lifestyle matched to dependable low to mid speed pulling power and predictable handling and other who enjoy and more spirited ride utilising the by now famous top-end urge and acceleration of the water-cooled power plant.
Add the adjustability offered by the Kawasaki Ergo-fit approach whereby handlebar and seating adjustments can be made via the use of accessory items and the Vulcan S is machine well suited to experienced riders, those new to the mid-weight scene and, as sales has shown, both male and female riders.
The benefit of ABS and a linkage-equipped offset laydown single-shock means that the confidence levels of riders both experienced and novice are well catered for and, along with high tech features like dual throttle valves, the Vulcan S rides into 2021 ready to impress a new legion of cruiser fans.