The Vulcan 750 was first the cruiser introduced by Kawasaki in 1984. The last year of production for this model was in 2006. There were very few changes on the Vulcan 750 throughout its 22-year history. The MSRP for the 2006 Kawasaki Vulcan 750 is around $6,300. The 2006 Vulcan 750 is around 7.5 feet long, 33.5 inches wide, 48.2 inches tall and has 5.9 inches of ground clearance. This cruiser comes equipped with a one-piece vinyl seat and a fixed backrest that are designed to accommodate two people.
These cruiser motorbikes also come equipped with foot pegs for the driver and the passenger as well. The seat and backrest for these cruisers are not adjustable. The dashboard of the 2006 Vulcan 750 cruiser comes with a fuel level warning gauge and a temperature warning gauge. A tachometer, trip odometer and speedometer are also standard on this Kawasaki cruiser motorbike. The cruiser also comes with standard hand grips and standard handlebars as well.
Surveyed riders were not huge fans of Kawasaki’s 2006 Vulcan 750. Riders preferred other cruisers and different types of motorbikes over the 2006 Vulcan 750 in nearly every category. Riders prefer other bikes’ engine performance, value for the money, reliability, lower repair costs, design and performance on the road as well.