Vulcan Video clip Score: 4 / 5
Tags: 2009, Kawasaki, Voyager, VULCAN
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HA HA YEAH! Oh, except Harley’s are overpriced overrated average bikes. Give me this bike any day over any Harley.
Um, if you want it then buy it. Life is too short. If you can afford it then it’s not for her to say yes or no. You are an adult.
chinese piece of shit metal
I would love to own one but me wife says no way, I have to settle for my Susuki c50 for awhile longer, it’s ok because I need more practice with riding motorcycles anyway but when I saw the Voyager I knew I wanted it right away and the price range was within my limits unlike the other large bikes if one lives in Australia.
When HD came out with the twin cam , they finally made it into 40’s technolgy…when they introduced the VRod, they finally got to 60’s Japanese Technology….when I’m backed up on the interstate 6 miles trying to get into Sturgis, I am not interested at staring at and oild temperature gage and bcoming nervous………………..
Kawasaki knows that there is a segment of the market that has been asking HD for a liquid cooled touring bike…if they don’t wanna listen then here you are…sorry Harley, your missing the boat…….
MSRP $16,999, $17,999 W/ ABS
Half of the engineparts on the new Harleys are “made in japan” my friend.
For me is this an optimized elektra glide with a much better magnificent look.
Wow, Kawi keeps stealing looks and ideas from HD. Before you know it, Parts will be interchangeable with HD. I guess that’s why they call them imitators!
I ride a Kawasaki and they make great bikes, but it I wanted a belt drive, I’d rather have something with loads of available accessories . . . dare I say Harley? Honda has nearly as many add ons as Harley PLUS has thus far kept the shaft-drive! Kudos to Honda
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