Kawasaki India has unveiled there 2020 BS6 Vulcan S in India.
So let’s see what changes?
- Well, the first thing it’s logical to align with BS6 norms Kawasaki had to make minute changes in the engine.
- In continuation to the above point, the motor remains the same, which is Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke parallel win and displacement to remains the same, which is 649 cc when compared with the outgoing BS4 variant.
- Kawasaki has introduced a new paint scheme, Metallic flat raw graystone. The good part, the new paint scheme looks attractive.
- Apart from the engine and paint scheme, the other components like the fuel tank, split seat, rear fender and the oval headlight remain as is.
- As we said there aren’t any changes in other components, so 2020 Vulcan S gets the same standard headlamp,semi-digital instrument dash and turn indicators and an LED tail lamp.
- The suspension is telescopic forks and a mono-shock while a single disc handles braking at both ends.
- To make it more user friendly 2020 Vulcan S comes with an adjustable handlebar, seat and footpegs.
- The power figures are still under the wraps. However, if we see the outgoing BS4 variant had 59.5bhp at 7,500rpm and 63Nm at 6,600rpm. The question here is will the power figure remain the same as BS4 variant or get less. Less because we have usually observed any BS6 variant has arrived with less power.
- The 2020 Vulcan S will compete with the likes of Harley Davidson street 750 and Royal Enfield Interceptor 750.
- You may have to shell Rs 30,000 more if we compare it with the price of the outgoing BS4 model.
- The new 2020 Vulcan S retails at Rs.579,000 ( Ex-showroom).
Source: Kawasaki India