KAWASAKI VULCAN 500 REVIEW

The Kawasaki Vulcan 500 motorcycle is a great beginner bike that offers rugged styling and a good amount of chrome accents. It is fast on the roads and outshines many other motorcycles in different ways.

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The Kawasaki Vulcan 500 motorcycle is powered by a Liquid-cooled, Parallel-Twin motorcycle engine with a 498 cc displacement. It is actually based on the powerful Kawasaki Ninja 500 engine, so you can tell that the power delivered will be very rider-ready. On this Vulcan 500, you won’t have to worry about reaching for the choke as much as you would if you were riding a classic Suzuki GS500.

This Kawasaki is no exception when it comes to outshining the competition with other motorcycles out there. It handles excellent at highway speeds with the long wheelbase, but it might be somewhat tight when performing slow-speed maneuvers. Is this motorcycle comfortable, you may ask?

The stock seating is fairly comfortable on this Kawasaki Vulcan 500. However, if you will be doing anything over 6 hours on the highway, you might want to invest in an official Corbin aftermarket bike seat for more comfort.

THE KAWASAKI VULCAN 500 SPECIFICATIONS:

Engine: A 4-Stroke, DOHC, 4-Valve Cylinder Head, Liquid-Cooled Twin
Displacement: It is 498 cc
Bore and Stroke: 58.0 mm by 74.0 mm
The Fuel Tank Capacity: 4 Gallons
The Official Seat Height: 28.1 inches
Dry Weight Amount: 439 LBS

Overall, this is a great bike that would be perfect for first-time motorcycle riders. The Kawasaki Vulcan 500 is also great if you are someone who is into classic cruisers too. The Vulcan 500 rides well on the highway, and it handles around the city like it’s nothing. The fact that the Vulcan 500 was discontinued in 2009 means that you could easily buy one of these classic cruisers for a fairly cheap price.

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