Kawasaki unveiled its new 2015 Vulcan S cruiser during the 2014 AIMExpo, a 650cc liquid-cooled Parallel Twin.
Looking to give our 2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom more power and attitude, we threw on a set of Vance & Hines Slash Staggered Pipes which gave us more of both.
We attempt to give the 2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom a bit more pop at the throttle with a Forcewinder Air Intake and add a few Low and Mean accessories to add to its hot rod disposition.
A bike cruiser look in a more manageable middleweight package, the Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom battles for supremacy in our 2012 Women’s Cruiser Shootout.
We take a first look at Kawasaki’s 2012 cruiser line of motorcycles, including the addition of the Kawasaki Air Management System on the 2012 Voyager and the return of its popular bagger, the 2012 Vaquero.
The 2014 Vulcan Voyager 1700 ABS brings a punchy 52-degree V-Twin, K-ACT II integrated brakes with ABS, Kawasaki's Air Management System and more to our V-Twin tourer comparison. Find out how it stacks up.
How does the Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero stack up against the other choices in the bagger cruiser category? Find out in our 2011 Bagger Cruiser Shootout.
Kawasaki cruisers come out of the Vulcan lineup. The metric Twin cruisers run the spectrum from the Vulcan 500 entry-level motorcycle to the burly Vulcan 2000. Other displacements include the Vulcan 900 and Vulcan 1700.
The Kawasaki Vulcan cruisers are headlined by the massive Vulcan 2000. The Vulcan 1700 comes in the Classic, Nomad and Voyager versions. A mid-displacement Vulcan 900 is also available in various versions and is supplemented by the entry-level Vulcan 500. History of Kawasaki Motorcycles