2012 Kawasaki 1700 Vaquero Concept

2012 Kawasaki 1700 Vaquero Concept Vaquero Motorcycle Cowboy is the latest addition to the successful line of Vulcan 1700 introduced in 2009. The application of the standard range of comfortable cruising full of the Vulcan 1700, the platform has proven to be very versatile.

The Kawasaki bagger received positive reviews from the moto-media, mostly for its practicality combined with a muscular stance. And wanting to go head-to-head with other big-V-Twin baggers, Kawasaki continues offering the Vulcan 1700 Vaquero for 2012 as a carry-over model.

Kawasaki’s bagger returns again in 2012 after making a successful debut last year. The 2012 Vulcan 1700 Vaquero ($16,799-$17,199) has a front fairing styled in the same manner as the Voyager minus the auxiliary lights. A shorty, smoked windscreen, louvers where the cruising lights were, and a chin spoiler give the Vaquero a sportier disposition. The tail end has been opened up by eliminating the topcase and its hard saddlebags are styled a bit differently, too. The engine and covers have been given the blacked-out treatment and the bike’s engine shrouds, rear fender and one-piece side covers are all exclusive to the model.

All of these 2011 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero features, of course, oversees a series of buttons and switches on the handlebars fairly intuitive, but the thumbs of gloves in the winter will be a bit ‘close to each other. In practice, Vaquero Kawasaki fairing very well. In addition to being large mount points for all electrical components and shows fairing keeps the wind from your body without harmful effects in a crosswind or high speed. The wind deflector short stay in your main line of sight, so the feeling of riding the wind again.