In the Vietnamese market, Benelli 502C and Kawasaki Vulcan S Cafe are all imported with genuine selling prices of VND 166 million and VND 259 million (including VAT).

Benelli 502C - Price from VND 166 million (VAT included)
At a glance, Benelli's new 502C has a design that has many similarities with the Ducati Diavel in details such as wide steering wheel, lattice frame, flat fuel tank, but bulging to the sides. There is also a slender seat throughout to the rear. However, the taillights are different with a smaller size.

Benelli 502C is equipped with LED technology on the headlights, taillights and turn signals. Long fuel tank and short rear. Headlight cover and grille guards using silver material. Double exhaust pipes with a number plate mounted on the rear wheel axle.

Similar to the TRK 502, Benelli 502C is equipped with 12-spoke wheels with a diameter of 17 inches. The front wheel uses 120/70 tires and the rear tire is 160/60. While the front brake system has a 260 mm dual disc with 4-piston brakes and a single 240 mm rear disc

The USD front fork system is strong, 41 mm diameter fork and has a stroke of 125 mm, the rear fork is adjustable monoshock, all of KYB. It is equipped with Bosche's ABS brakes for both wheels (front / rear brakes come from Brembo). Vehicle weight 216 kg and fuel tank capacity of 21 liters.

In terms of performance, Benelli 502C is equipped with DOHC engine block, 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, electronic fuel injection, producing a maximum capacity of 47 horsepower at 8,500 rpm rev / min and extreme torque 45 Nm from 6,000 rpm, combined with a 6-speed gearbox.

Vulcan S Cafe is Kawasaki's strategic product line in Vietnam market, targeting customers who love the classic style. In terms of exterior design, compared to the previous versions, the 2019 version is not much different than refining the design of car stamps.

With the highlight of creating the Cafe version compared to the normal version, above the headlight cluster, there will be more windshield typical of classic cafe cars. Vulcan S Cafe was developed based on the "brother" ER-6N with the design of a true mid-range Cruiser.

 Vehicle ownership length 2,311 mm, width 881 mm, height 1110 mm, ground clearance of 130 mm and seat height of only 706 mm. Droplet fuel tank has a capacity of 14 liters. Halogen headlight system.

The dashboard of the car is similar to the Kawasaki ER-6N and Versys 650, used in combination with LCD and analog displays. The left hand includes horn, turn signal, phase / core, priority light and warning light (Pass). Meanwhile, the right hand drive has a power switch and start button.

The front wheel of the car still uses telescopic telescopic forks 41 mm, 5-spoke wheels with 18 inches, with 120/70 tires. The rear uses the same ER-6N diagonal shock absorbers, the muffler is hidden at the bottom of the 17-inch rear wheel, covered by 160/60 tires.

Both front / rear wheels are equipped with disc brakes, integrated ABS system. The Café version of Vulcan S can adjust the footrest at three different levels depending on the operator's sitting position. However, the owner must remove / install it manually instead of adjusting it. Taillights are still simple design, suitable for the overall vehicle.

In terms of performance, the 2019 Kawasaki Vulcan S Cafe still uses DOHC engine block, double cylinder, 649 cc capacity and liquid-cooled. This is the engine block fitted to the ER-6N, Ninja 650 and Versys 650.

However, this engine block has been revised to fit the characteristics of the cruiser line. This means the engine will reach high power and torque right at low revs. Specifically, Vulcan S Cafe has a maximum capacity of 61 horsepower at 7,500 rpm rev / min and maximum torque of 63 Nm from 6,600 rpm, comes with a 6-speed gearbox.

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