Kawasaki Vulcan 650 S is parallel-twin-engine cruiser
Kawasaki Vulcan 650 S: Kawasaki’s brand new teaser picture on its own official India website certainly tells us of their organization’s plans to go into the Indian cruiser section together with the Vulcan S. This parallel-twin-engine cruiser will proceed head-on against Harley-Davidson’s Street 750/Street Rod and Royal Enfield’s forthcoming 650cc Interceptor; however, the Enfield is going to be priced much lower.
The motor is tuned to create 61hp in 7,500rpm and 63Nm of torque at 6,600rpm. These various figures are because of the cruiser-oriented tuning tweaks in the kind of revised camera profiles, a modified intake tract, exhaust, and ECU.
Among the greatest features of the upcoming cruiser is exactly what Kawasaki telephone, ‘ERGO-FIT’ a three-way modification position of the chair, footpegs, and handlebar to accommodate riders of various heights. The bike has one 300mm disk using all the twin-piston caliper on the front and there is a single 250mm disk using a single-piston caliper in the rear. The bicycle will also arrive with a dual-channel ABS system.
The Vulcan S is predicted to be more locally-assembled alongside the remainder of their 650 families in the Chakan plant. The 6.5 lakh ex-showroom cost can only be anticipated should Kawasaki launches it with no attachments, unlike what they did using all the Versys-X 300. The accessories Versys-X 300 bumped up the cost, considerably. We had been anticipating Kawasaki to start the Vulcan S in the Auto Expo 2018.