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  • Q. I am planning to buy Vulcan S. Is it easy to ride in city? I am worried about low ground clearance.

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    Sathish
    Sathish | 1 year ago

    Vulcan has a surprisingly good maneuverability for a bike of its size and weight. I (weighing just 65 KG) can weave through City traffic without much difficulty. However, note that the maneuverability is less than that of Thunderbird and Karizma (the other two bikes that I have). Secondly, its long turning radius makes it a little difficult to take U turns. Yes, its Low ground clearance is a bit of concern in cities. You need to be extra careful when you\'re approaching Speed bumps. If your plan is to use it mostly for City commute, Vulcan may not be a good option. If you plan to use it for a mix of City and Long rides ( frequent or occasional), you can go for it. In my case, I needed to buy a Cruiser in 6 - 7 Lac Price range and Vulcan turned out to bt the best option ( Kawasaki's engines are much more refined than Harley's or Hyosung's )

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    Sathish
    Sathish | 1 year ago

    @ Sathish | Vulcan has a surprisingly good maneuverability for a bike of its size and weight. I (weighing just 65 KG) can weave through City traffic without much difficulty. However, note that the maneuverability is less than that of Thunderbird and Karizma (the other two bikes that I have). Secondly, its long turning radius makes it a little difficult to take U turns. Yes, its Low ground clearance is a bit of concern in cities. You need to be extra careful when you\'re approaching Speed bumps. If your plan is to use it mostly for City commute, Vulcan may not be a good option. If you plan to use it for a mix of City and Long rides ( frequent or occasional), you can go for it. In my case, I needed to buy a Cruiser in 6 - 7 Lac Price range and Vulcan turned out to bt the best option ( Kawasaki's engines are much more refined than Harley's or Hyosung's )

    It does hinder the ride around Speed bumps. Rider needs to get the bike to almost complete halt while going over the Speed bumps. Trust me - I’ve been riding a Vulcan for 8 months !

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    Deepak
    Deepak | 1 month ago

    You need to almost stop at speed breakers because the way these morons make them is horrible especially with a pillion rider and get a silencer protection or else it will scrap often.

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Kawasaki Vulcan S User Reviews

  • 4.2

    I like this bike beacause there is comfortable ride

  • 3.8

    Probably one of the best cruiser a cruiser is not supposed to have such good speed pickup but vulcan nails it. It can reach upto 180kmh my personal experience and comfort is 100/100 on my part specially when you get an extra back rest for the back passenger it sounds decent too and When it comes to looks it is like a gentleman in a tuxedo in a highend party😅

  • 5.0

    Awesome cruiser bike.Loved it a lot.Eye catcher.Premium segment bike.Performance superbike.

  • 3.8

    My first bike, so far I am happy with the bike

  • 5.0

    It's stealthy, it"s smooth and it"s ridiculously fast.

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