The Kawasaki Ninja 650 model family has spawned several successful motorcycles since 2006, yet it took a full decade before a cruiser variant would finally join the clan. If you're someone who wants performance and comfort this bike a really good fit for you. However, the ideal fit varies from rider to rider, depending on their physical dimensions and riding style. Feeling comfortable—especially for a new rider—is one of the key factors when choosing a motorcycle.
ERGO-FIT EXTENDED REACH (6 FT. 1 IN. AND OVER): Three-position footpegs and adjustable handlebar levers are positioned to give the rider more room to stretch out. It has all the comfort of a cruiser but with a Badass 650 Ninja sports bike motor that smokes most Harley's.
Designed to adapt the sporty motor to its new cruising role, it produces 60 hp (45 kW) - compared to 68 hp (51 kW) for the Z650. And by linking the front and rear brakes, K-ACT (Kawasaki Advanced Coactive-braking Technology) ABS provides the confidence to enjoy touring on heavyweight models.
Many riders speak of the Vulcan S as a comfortable bike to ride. The foot pegs are set a lot in front so the rider gets a comfortable ride with the legs straight up. Like we already said the Interceptor 650 is the least powerful motorcycle amongst its class which is actually a good thing.
A unique feature of the Vulcan S is the ability to change motorcycle the Seat and Handle bars (accessories) and adjust the foot leaver positions to suit a variety of riders. The bike has been powered by a 649cc liquid-cooled, 8 valves, DOHC, parallel twin engine which ensures the delivery of smoother and responsive overall performance.
Thanks to its use of Digital Fuel Injection (DFI®) to carefully meter the fuel used by the 649cc engine, the Vulcan S will sip fuel, providing more miles and smiles between fuel stops while also being kinder to your wallet. It has a traditional cruiser-style low-seating arrangement, over which Kawasaki has incorporated customisable seating position.