We pit two non-traditional Parallel Twin-powered cruisers against one another in this 2015 Honda CTX700N vs Kawasaki Vulcan S comparison. Find out the results in our 2015 Honda CTX700N vs Kawasaki Vulcan S Comparison Review article.
- Steering is light and the 2015 Honda CTX700N is stable and predictable at lean.
- The 2015 Honda CTX700N has a healthy amount of torque on the low end and can get the drop on the Vulcan S off the start, but falls flat on the top end.
- The big pipe of the 2015 Honda CTX700N puts out a decent exhaust note.
- The Parallel Twin of the 2015 Honda CTX700N delivered 43.04 hp @ 6100 rpm and 41.19 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm on our dyno.
- Peek-a-boo! The gas tank on the Honda CTX700N is hidden beneath this panel.
- The instrument display on the Honda CTX700N is big and easy visible.
- We charted a course to the coast on the 2015 Honda CTX700N and 2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S for this motorcycle comparison.
- The seat of the 2015 Honda CTX700N is wide and well-padded, albeit a little soft, and there's no shortage of plastic in its bodywork.
- The 2015 Honda CTX700N handles smoothly and is easy-to-ride.
- The CTX700N has a single 320mm disc with a two-piston caliper anchoring the front.
- 2015 Honda CTX700N dyno chart