The Kawasaki 2019 Vulcan 1700 Vaquero ABS Cruisers may seem like a bespoke V-twin bagger, but it’s unique. A powerful 1,700cc Kawasaki engine provides a smooth, secure ride. Because of the blacked-out engine and distinctive exterior design, this car has a striking look.
It’s designed for riders who want contemporary comfort and lots of technology, as well as the renowned Kawasaki 2019 Vulcan 1700 Vaquero ABS Cruisers reliability. There’s little doubt that the Kawasaki 2019 Vulcan 1700 Vaquero ABS Cruisers ABS has the storage and gasoline capacity to get riders where riders want to go, and its features will ensure that riders get there in style. The MSRP for the 2019 Vulcan Voyager ABS motorbike is USD 17,499 in Candy Imperial Blue/Metallic Graphite Gray.
Kawasaki 2019 Vulcan 1700 Vaquero ABS Cruisers – Features and Price
Engine with a long stroke and high torque output. To handle more accessories, a liquid-cooled A/C generator lowers the temperature of its stator coils. Designing the engine with a semi-dry sump (KP) reduces the overall height while also keeping oil away from the crankshaft, leading to stirring loss and a loss of efficiency. Because oil is kept in the gearbox, a separate oil tank is not necessary. Three oil pumps, two scavenge and one feed aid in minimizing stirring loss and ensuring optimal oil distribution. It only has a water jacket over the upper quarter of its cylinders, but the cylinder heads’ polished-edge fins taper beautifully to the cylinder bases.
When comparing high-performance forged pistons (KP), the former is smaller, lighter, stronger, and more heat resistant. Oil jets keep the pistons cold, which extends their life. Rubber engine mounts (KP) and dual main engine balancers (KP) isolate high-frequency vibration while giving the rider the fundamental power-pulse sensation of the muscular engine. The crankshaft has a single pin for the traditional V-twin growl and pulse.
Digital Fuel Injection (KP)
The atomizing fuel injectors in the dual 42mm throttle bodies create a thin fuel mist to improve combustion and fuel economy.
Electronic Throttle Valve (ETV) (KP)
For the ECU to transmit a signal to the tiny motor that controls the throttle valves, the throttle pulley must be operating an acceleration position sensor (APS). In addition to making the throttle pull lighter, this also improves performance and fuel efficiency by providing more accurate throttle control.
By utilizing a cable-operated APS, the rider may avoid damaging and replacing expensive switch housing electronics if their motorbike tips over on its right side.
Electronic Cruise Control
When in the third or higher gear and driving between 30 and 85 mph, this feature works with the ETV to automatically maintain a preset speed. The right handlebar has convenient controls that are within easy reach with the thumb.
TCBI with Digital Advance (KP)
Engine management is made easier with microprocessor-controlled timing.
Overdrive At higher speeds, 6th gear lowers rpm, which improves fuel economy. With the assistance of a gear position sensor and an indication on the speedometer, the ECU can decrease fuel consumption and improve power delivery by adjusting timing. a quick look at the current gear position
Shaft drive has less unsprung weight. Thus the ride and suspension action are improved. Carbon fiber belts are more robust than Kevlar belts, but they may be made much thinner than Kevlar belts. It’s more effective, which means more power is sent to the back wheels this way: little noise and low upkeep. Using a large steel box-section backbone structure provides excellent rigidity and handling at low speeds while maintaining superb stability. Low-profile chairs have a lower seat height, making it simpler to reach the floor.
Dual Air-Assisted Rear Shocks
To fit the load or the rider’s choice, air shocks provide a broad range of adjustability—special spring rates to match the better weight of the trunk and saddlebags.
Kawasaki Advanced Coactive-braking Technology (K-ACT)
A.C.T.K. (Kawasaki Advanced Coactive-braking Technology) ABS is a brake system connected to the vehicle’s suspension and steering to distribute brake force optimally for safe and efficient braking. To improve overall braking performance no matter how strongly the front or rear brakes are pressed, an electronic system distributes brake force between them. When braking hard and straight, the ABS helps to keep the wheels from locking up, giving the rider more control. At speeds less than 12 miles-per-hour, K-ACT does not provide the driver with the most controllability in tight bends or while performing U-turns. At speeds under four mph, the ABS disengages.
Triple Disc Brakes
Stopping power is provided by two 300mm front discs and one 300mm rear disc.
Ensures that the steering is light and free of wind buffeting by directing it to the chassis.
Full-Featured Audio System
When utilizing a Garmin Zumo 600/665 GPS, the navigation audio prompt enables the rider to hear voice prompting audio on the speakers (or Kawasaki Genuine Accessory Helmet Headsets). Am/FM radio with 40-watt speakers placed on the front fairing of the motorcycle are standard features on the Kawasaki. The left handlebar has convenient audio controls that are within easy reach with the rider’s thumb. The traditional audio system comes with an iPodTM, XMTM tuner, and CB radio adapters for easy expansion.
The front-wheel-drive unit and cable have been eliminated favoring an all-electric design, which is lighter and more aesthetically pleasing.
The analog instrument faces and knobs conjure images of 1960s American muscle cars. On-board computers provide information such as the current time and average mpg, as well as odometer, trip meter, and fuel range. Indicator for transmission gear position makes figuring out what gear the car is in a breeze.
In addition to providing excellent visibility when activated, LED tail lights with chrome surround also create a powerful aesthetic statement. The tank, seat, fenders, saddlebags, and other features all have a retro feel to them, harking back to the 1960s. Enhanced rider comfort and aesthetics are provided by adjustable front brake and clutch levers and master cylinders.
A 36-month manufacturer warranty is included with the Vulcan Vaquero variant.
Kawasaki 2019 Vulcan 1700 Vaquero ABS Cruisers – Price
The new Kawasaki 2019 Vulcan 1700 Vaquero Cruisers is available at $16,799 only.
Kawasaki 2019 Vulcan 1700 Vaquero ABS Cruisers – Technical Specifications
|4-stroke, 52° V-twin, liquid-cooled
|1,700cc/103.7 cu in
|Bore x Stroke
|102 mm x 104 mm
|107.6 lb-ft at 2750rpm
|DFI® 42mm of throttle bodies
|TCBI having digital advance
|6-speed including overdrive and positive, neutral finder
|Carbon fiber-reinforced belt
|Front Suspension / Wheel Travel
|45mm hydraulic fork/5.5 inches
|Rear Suspension / Wheel Travel
|Swingarm with twin air-assisted shocks, including 4-way rebound damping/3.1 inches
|Dual 300mm discs, dual four-piston calipers, K-ACT II ABS
|Single 300mm disc, twin-piston caliper, K-ACT II ABS
|Steel, double-cradle with box-section single-tube backbone
|Metallic Spark Black
|36 Month Limited Warranty
|Kawasaki Protection Plus™ (optional)
|12, 24, or 36 months
The new Kawasaki 2019 Vulcan 1700 Vaquero ABS Cruisers is among those cruisers that are very famous for their high-performing engine and stylish chassis. The overall ride of the 2019 Vulcan 1700 Vaquero is exceptionally comfortable and smooth due to its comfortable seat plush suspensions.