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Kawasaki Vulcan S Latest Updates

Kawsaki now offers the 2020 Vulcan S with “ERGO-FIT” ergonomics adjustability options. While the India-spec model already gets a 3-step adjustable footpeg the new sizing system offers different adjustments to the bike’s seat, footpegs and handlebar to accommodate riders of all sizes. Customers can choose from 18 possible permutations and combinations ranging from reduced to extended reach. The Vulcan S ABS is available in Metallic Black and Metallic Matte Gray colour options. This unique system along with the new paint schemes are expected to be carried forward to Kawasaki's Indian lineup next year.

Kawasaki Vulcan S Price

Kawasaki Vulcan S prices start at Rs. 5.50 lakh (Ex-Showroom).

Kawasaki Vulcan S Variants Price List

Vulcan S ABS
649 cc | 22.8 kmpl
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Vulcan S Pearl Lava Orange
649 cc | 22.8 kmpl
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Vulcan S

Q. Is Vulcan S comes with 2 seats? Thanks in advance for your reply!
  • Yes, it is available with two seats. The wide seat for rider is comfortable with the cushioning giving little reason to complain. Pillion seat is spacious as well.
  • Yes.
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Q. What is the mileage of this bike and is it good for bad road - Vulcan S?
  • Around 20 KMPL. Low ground clearance is a bit of concern if you're not careful around Speed bumps.
  • I get about 19 to 20 in the city and 22-24 on the highway if I ride economically.
Q. HOW IS THE OVERALL PERFORMANCE OF THIS BIKE - Vulcan S?
  • There’s no question on its performance as its well refined Engine is the same as the one in the acclaimed Ninja 650 ( but tuned differently for a Cruiser). Power and Torque are more than enough for touring. It has reasonably good maneuverability for city riding even though its heaviness and long turning radius can be felt at times. Suspension isn’t great and lower ground clearance is a real pain around speed bumps. If you’re looking for an ‘Entry level Premium Cruiser’ for long highway rides and non-peak hour City commutes, this is perhaps the best available option among Street 750 and Aquila 650.
  • The new Vulcan S has a modern cruiser styling and is based on the Kawasaki Ninja 650 sports tourer.It is powered by a liquid-cooled 649cc parallel twin derived from the Ninja 650, but with revised cam profiles, modified intake tract, exhaust and ECU. This means the engine displacement is same but has been detuned for more torque than peak power. In terms of engine specifications, the engine produces around 61Ps of power at 7,500rpm and 62.8Nm of maximum torque at 6,600rpm. Power is transmitted via a six-speed transmission. A low seat height and friendly power delivery makes the Vulcan S a perfect cruiser for beginners or for riders who want to get back to leisure motorcycling. The overall dynamics and friendly power delivery make the Vulcan S a friendly bike, around town, on the highway and even on twisty mountain roads. Kawasaki Vulcan S vs Harley-Davidson Street 750: Road Test Review - https://bit.ly/2ou38H0
  • It is powered by a liquid-cooled 649cc parallel twin derived from the Ninja 650, but with revised cam profiles, modified intake tract, exhaust and ECU. This means the engine displacement is same but has been detuned for more torque than peak power. In terms of engine specifications, the engine produces around 61Ps of power at 7,500rpm and 62.8Nm of maximum torque at 6,600rpm. Power is transmitted via a six-speed transmission. A low seat height and friendly power delivery makes the Vulcan S a perfect cruiser for beginners or for riders who want to get back to leisure motorcycling. The overall dynamics and friendly power delivery make the Vulcan S a friendly bike, around town, on the highway and even on twisty mountain roads. Read more: Kawasaki Vulcan S vs Harley-Davidson Street 750: Road Test Review - https://bit.ly/2ou38H0
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Q. What is the maintenance cost per annum - Vulcan S?
  • First service (1000 KM) cost me Rs 6K and second service (6000 KM) cost me Rs 8.4 K which included Air Filter change.
  • The exact information regarding the Service cost of Kawasaki Vulcan S can be only shared by the service centre.Click on the given link to get the dealer details: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Kawasaki
  • It depends on your usage.after a long drive just brush up the dust and check the condition of the bike and make it look like dashing anywhere
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Q. Does Kawasaki Vulcan S get 1. Ergo-fit features as standard in India ( bike delivered customised at no extra cost ) and 2. Does it have a centre stand as standard?
  • 1. Not sure. Default configuration is 'Low Reach' which is what I needed. However, when I asked the dealer whether I need to buy an additional accessory if I need to convert it to 'Mid Reach' if needed, he didn't give a definitive answer - All he said was 'I'll get back to you'.2. Only Side-stand is available as standard.
Q. HOW IS THE OVERALL PERFORMANCE OF THIS BIKE - Vulcan S?
  • There’s no question on its performance as its well refined Engine is the same as the one in the acclaimed Ninja 650 ( but tuned differently for a Cruiser). Power and Torque are more than enough for touring. It has reasonably good maneuverability for city riding even though its heaviness and long turning radius can be felt at times. Suspension isn’t great and lower ground clearance is a real pain around speed bumps. If you’re looking for an ‘Entry level Premium Cruiser’ for long highway rides and non-peak hour City commutes, this is perhaps the best available option among Street 750 and Aquila 650.
  • The new Vulcan S has a modern cruiser styling and is based on the Kawasaki Ninja 650 sports tourer.It is powered by a liquid-cooled 649cc parallel twin derived from the Ninja 650, but with revised cam profiles, modified intake tract, exhaust and ECU. This means the engine displacement is same but has been detuned for more torque than peak power. In terms of engine specifications, the engine produces around 61Ps of power at 7,500rpm and 62.8Nm of maximum torque at 6,600rpm. Power is transmitted via a six-speed transmission. A low seat height and friendly power delivery makes the Vulcan S a perfect cruiser for beginners or for riders who want to get back to leisure motorcycling. The overall dynamics and friendly power delivery make the Vulcan S a friendly bike, around town, on the highway and even on twisty mountain roads. Kawasaki Vulcan S vs Harley-Davidson Street 750: Road Test Review - https://bit.ly/2ou38H0
  • It is powered by a liquid-cooled 649cc parallel twin derived from the Ninja 650, but with revised cam profiles, modified intake tract, exhaust and ECU. This means the engine displacement is same but has been detuned for more torque than peak power. In terms of engine specifications, the engine produces around 61Ps of power at 7,500rpm and 62.8Nm of maximum torque at 6,600rpm. Power is transmitted via a six-speed transmission. A low seat height and friendly power delivery makes the Vulcan S a perfect cruiser for beginners or for riders who want to get back to leisure motorcycling. The overall dynamics and friendly power delivery make the Vulcan S a friendly bike, around town, on the highway and even on twisty mountain roads. Read more: Kawasaki Vulcan S vs Harley-Davidson Street 750: Road Test Review - https://bit.ly/2ou38H0
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Kawasaki Vulcan S User Review

4.2 /5
14 Rating & 1 reviews
  • Performance
    4.6/5
  • Comfort
    4.6/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    3.4/5
  • Mileage
    3.7/5

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Kawasaki Vulcan S vs Harley-Davidson Street 750: Road Test Review

Both are the only options for a sub-Rs 7 lakh cruiser but offer different riding impressions. Which one impresses?

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Kawasaki Vulcan S Colours

  • Pearl Lava Orange
  • Black

Kawasaki Vulcan S Mileage

ARAI Claimed 25.8 kmpl
User Reported 20 kmpl

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