Vulcan S For Sale - Kawasaki Motorcycles - Cycle Trader.
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Kawasaki launched its first Vulcan in 1985. The Vulcan VN700A with Kawasaki’s first V-twin was limited to a 699 cc engine to avoid import tariffs on anything over 700 cc. Thank goodness that.
The Kawasaki Vulcan S stands out from the crowd with its Parallel Twin engine based on the superb Kawasaki Ninja 650 and Versys 650. Its very modern and urban looks will ensure that it is always noticed wherever you decide to take it.Compared to most other smaller-displacement cruisers, the Kawasaki Vulcan S has a significant weight advantage thanks to its compact engine and chassis design.
That means the Vulcan would get a 998 supercharged inline four-cylinder engine that’s fuel-injected and puts out probably 200 hp or so. That would make for a seriously impressive high-performance cruiser, that might even be able to lay down top speed and 0 to 60 mph times better than the Triumph Rocket 3.
What type of gas mileage does a Kawasaki vulcan 900 classic get? I have a 2007 Vulcan 900 and I got only 125 miles off a tank of gas. I was on the hwy and driving between 75-80 mph.
The VN750, also known as the Vulcan 750, is a 750 cc class cruiser-style motorcycle made by Kawasaki from 1985 to 2006. The Vulcan 750 was Kawasaki's first cruiser and first V-twin engine, introduced in late 1984 as the 1985 model. Production history. Kawasaki introduced the 750 cc class Vulcan worldwide in 1985. Due to tariff restrictions in the United States on bikes over 700 cc imported.
MCN overall review verdict: The Kawasaki Vulcan S is a very practical and enjoyable cruiser and a great day-to-day bike with a low seat height, but it is aspiring to be something it can never be.