The Kawasaki Vulcan S ABS, unlike any other cruiser, is designed to fit a wide range of riders because of its proprietary ERGO-FIT sizing system, which consists of 18 different configurations. This cruiser takes comfort, adjustability, power, and next-level performance from the Kawasaki Ninja to the next level while maintaining its vintage shape. The 2021 Kawasaki Vulcan S ABS Cruisers features a 649cc liquid cooler, DOHC parallel twin engine, chassis and suspension derived from a sport bike, ERGO-FIT technology to find your fit, and dynamic handling. The Kawasaki Vulcan S Cruiser is available in three different configurations: the Vulcan S, priced at $ 7,199 and coming in the Pearl Blizzard White. Vulcan S ABS is priced at $ 7,599 and comes in a metallic flat raw gray stone.
2021 Kawasaki Vulcan S ABS Cruisers – Features and Specs
Smooth and powerful engine with effortless control. VULCAN S adds ABS SE 2-tone paint. ERGO-FIT® 3-Position Footpegs. ERGO-FIT handlebar and seats allow more ergonomic tuning. Unique styling with modern style.
Slim Chassis Design
Because the rider’s legs do not have a cylinder like the traditional V-twin cruiser, the Vulcan S’s parallel-twin engine allows for a shorter distance between the rider’s legs.
A slim, spine-shaped rear frame facilitates easy access to the ground.
The engine configuration gives the cruiser a different look than an average cruiser.
The new cylinder head is compared to the Finn air-cooled pins, offering an aggressive shape.
The slim radiator design fits the shape of a cruiser.
The beautiful twist of the exhaust pipes and the new under-engine muffler system enhance the excellent design of the Vulcan S.
The shape of the header pipes is widened due to the construction of a double-wall exhaust pipe.
Digital Fuel Injection (KP)
Fuel injection settings donate to the quick recovery of the engine by providing a smooth low-end response. Sub-throttle valves (KP) are used in dual 38mm Keihin throttle bodies for maximum power output and smooth, sensitive throttle response. The ECU controls the sub-throttle, located behind the main throttle valves, to guarantee a smooth throttle response in the EFI system. Emissions are significantly reduced when the exact fuel injection is combined with the exhaust catalyzer.
Due to the tiny engine, a slim, minimal frame can be used, resulting in a tight design at the knees and ankles.
The frame’s rigidity was improved using 3D analysis, resulting in ultimate handling features. For strength and lightness, it is made of high-tensile steel.
Ride comfort is preferred in both front and rear suspension settings. Offset Le Down Single Shock Rear Suspension allows for a longer stroke and better riding comfort.
The compact shape of the motorcycle is supported by the rear suspension configuration, which provides space for a large volume silencer under the engine.
2021 Kawasaki Vulcan S ABS Cruisers – Price
The new 2021 Kawasaki Vulcan S ABS Cruisers is available for $7,500 only.
2021 Kawasaki Vulcan S ABS Cruisers – Technical Specifications
|Type||4-Stroke, DOHC, Liquid-Cooled, 4 Valve Cylinder Head, Parallel Twin|
|Bore & Stroke||83 mm x 60 mm|
|Maximum Torque||46.3 lb-ft at 6,600rpm|
|Fuel Injection||DFI including Keihin 38mm Throttle Bodies (2)|
|Transmission||6-Speed with Positive Neutral Finder|
|Final Drive||Sealed Chain|
|Front Wheel Travel||5.1 inches|
|Rear Wheel Travel||3.2 inches|
|Front Tire Size||120/70-18|
|Rear Tire Size||160/60-17|
|Front Suspension||41mm Hydraulic Telescopic Fork|
|Rear Suspension||Offset Laydown Single Shock, including Linkage and Adjustable Preload|
|Front Brake Type||Single 300mm Petal Disc including 2-Piston Caliper|
|Rear Brake Type||Single 250 mm Petal Disc|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||3.7 gal.|
|Seat Height||27.8 inches|
|Curb Weight||491.7 / 498.3 (ABS) / 502.7 (CAFE) lb.|
|Kawasaki Protection Plus™||12, 24, 36, or 48 months|