2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Classic, a premium cruiser with a commanding presence and unique identity, is preparing for auction at Aurum Kawasaki in Delhi for a starting bid of INR 11 lakh. The motorcycle is a 2012 manufactured variant with the registration year 2014 on the papers. The auction details reveal that this bike is still owned by the first owner and comes with VIP Delhi number to add further value to this deal. The complete black cruiser comes with chrome highlights, tank mounted console and huge V-Twin motor with exclusive detailing. The large machine features dual-sided springs and full-sized foot-pegs for the comfortable cruising experience.
The odometer number has not been mentioned and interested buyers can contact Delhi dealership of Kawasaki for more details. Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Classic is a direct rival to Harley Davidson Low Rider and Suzuki’s now discontinued Intruder M1800. The former is priced at INR 13.59 lakh, further making things tough for all brands due to its practical pricing. However, getting certain accessories or choosing between different paint schemes can take the number to a much higher point. Suzuki Intruder M1800 is also available in the used market as they discontinued most of the slow-selling models from their 2018 lineup.
Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Classic is powered by a liquid cooled, 52-degree V-Twin engine, producing 146.4 Nm of massive torque at just 2250 rpm. The value means that you just need a light hand on the throttle and this bike moves away from the traffic gradually. Kawasaki uses 16-inch, cruiser specific tires measuring 130/90 for the front and 170/70 for the rear of Vulcan 1700 Classic. The lack of flagship cruiser from Kawasaki is felt with an entire segment range of Harley and Indian bikes selling throughout the country. Even Yamaha has discontinued the powerful V-Max from India due to least demand and high import taxation policy.
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