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2013-07-24 2013 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager ABS Motorcycles View Listings

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I love the way the bike handles. At 1,100 lbs. (with me) it is very nimble on the road. I did have to get used to the ABS system because at low speeds when the rear brake is applied, the front kind of grabs a little. The only thing I do not like is the location of the horn button. I've got regular size hands and have to take my hand completely off the hand grip to sound the horn. that's not too safe with Los Angeles drivers. Also, the audio system needs a mute button. I've been averaging 500+ mile Saturdays, have had no problem with the seat comfort and am prepping for a trip to Reno in August.
- Ralph, Los Angeles, California

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2012-05-21 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager ABS Motorcycles View Listings

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Still loving this bike. I did have one breakdown which is very rare. We lost a rear wheel bearing on this bike on the Blueridge Parkway. This happened in an area where we had 0 cell reception. Lucky for us a park ranger drove past after 30 minutes that we were able to get to help us. We also met some very nice people in Bedford, VA. who were lifesavers. Kawasaki fixed the problem but would not cover the rear tire that wore out totally on one side due to the alignment issue. Overall, I'm still happy with this bike.
- Mike Shepherd, sweetser, Indiana

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2009-08-18 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager ABS Motorcycles View Listings

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This bike has performed excellent. Just returned from a 8 day trip to the smoky mountains. 3rd year in a row in this area. The Voyager has the grunt in any gear to climb 7 to 8% grades easily. It also handles the twisties of the tail of the dragon and any other road You want to travel. We averaged 42 MPG with riders and a full load of gear including a T-bag on top of the trunk. The 2400 mile ride was much easier on this bike. The comfort for My Wife was well above the Nomad. Cruise control is a blessing when it can be used on the straight roads. Overall Kawasaki has come up with another winner. Love every minute of our time on this one.
- Michael Shepherd, sweetser, Indiana

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