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2011 Kawasaki Vaquero Bagger Comparison Photo Gallery
The Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero is a new model for 2011 based on the same platform as the Voyager and Nomad.
How does the 2011 Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero stack up against its bagger competition? Find out more in our
2011 Bagger Cruiser Shootout
The Kawasaki Vaquero's brakes felt the least powerful of the bunch, and it's performance from 60-0mph confirmed our suspicions.
The Kawasaki Vaquero's stereo mounted in the cool retro dash is hands-down the best stereo in the shootout.
The Kawasaki Vaquero has its fairing mounted to the frame unlike the Star and Harley-Davidson.
The styling of the Vaquero was a hit with our testers, taking top honors in the appearance category.
The seat of the Vaquero was rated the least comfortable in dealing with long stretches on the road.
We took in some amazing sights while behind the bars of the Vaquero.
The Vaquero is a great handling bagger, provided you don't lean it over too far.
We tested the Vaquero along with the Harley-Davidson Street Glide and Star Stratoliner Deluxe in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains.
The Ruby red paint on the Kawasaki Vaquero is eye-catching and received praise from all of our testers.
2011 Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero Dyno Chart
2011 Bagger Cruiser Horsepower
2011 Bagger Cruiser Torque
The Kawasaki Vaquero had the least cornering clearance of the trio of baggers we tested.
The 1700cc mill of the Vaquero ran great at any altitude thanks to its dialed in fuel injection settings.
The Kawasaki Vaquero was slightly more powerful than the Harley-Davidson Street Glide.
For those concerned with getting the most for your money, the Kawasaki Vaquero could be the bagger for you.
The Vaquero turns in to corners easily and is solid as a rock in the turns.
Although the Vaquero came in last in our 2011 Bagger Cruiser Shootout, with a few minor tweaks and accessories the Kawasaki could have taken the win in this contest.
The Kawasaki Vaquero is one hot looking bagger.
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