Kawasaki Vulcan S Pearl Lava Orange colour is priced Rs. 10,000 higher than the black version and does not bear any mechanical changes
Kawasaki India launched the Vulcan S towards the end of last year in the domestic market and it has been well received courtesy of a decent price tag. With customers showing interest in the Vulcan S, the Japanese company has decided to expand the buying choice and introduced a new colour variant to the lineup.
The new paint job called Pear Lava Orange joins the black colour in the palette and will be available only in select cities across the country. Priced at Rs. 5,58,400 (ex-showroom), the new colour scheme costs Rs. 10,000 in addition to the black version.
Kawasaki has not introduced any other changes to the motorcycle except for the new paint and its bookings have commenced. The Vulcan S uses 300 mm disc with twin piston calipers up front and 250 mm disc with single piston at the rear.
ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) being offered as standard and the middleweight cruiser is built on the high tensile steel diamond frame, and comes suspended on 41 mm telescopic front fork and right offset monoshock rear.
Designed to accommodate the rider with ease during long travels, the Vulcan S has a low seating position with relaxed overall stance while the foot pegs can be adjusted for additional comfort complementing the clutch levers, handlebar and adjustable seat.
Competing against the likes of Harley-Davidson Street 750 and upcoming Royal Enfield 650 twins, the Kawasaki Vulcan S derives power from a twin-cylinder DOHC liquid-cooled four-stroke engine with 649 cc capacity.