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Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Nomad

Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Nomad

5.0 from 5 reviews

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Love my black beast! Tons of power smooth and quiet. Can't beat it just as good as a Harley at one third of the price!

There is NO better cruiser than the Nomad


kawasaki Vulcan 1600 nomad


Great ride. Even better now I have installed a fi2000r . There's is no more pinging a smoother ride and sounds totally different. I recommend this to anyone who has been taken aback with the performance wither nomad. Kawasaki should have fitted them all to this models. Again a better ride even two up there's a noticeable difference.

Nice and Scary!


But only at first as I'm 5'10" & 78 kg. Easy to ride for a heavy bike. I am happy with it's grunt and comfort. Over 15 kph it drives itself. Need more practice and can't wait for it. Oh yeah-expect to scrape the boards,it's unavoidable.Mates have Harleys,I couldn't afford a Road King or Fatboy, but I'm satisfied.
All good with the 2006 model.



overall AAA+ great cruiser that attracks a lot of questions and attention people even stopped at the traffic lights people want to know everything about the bike or just give you the thumbs up ! a great bike for a conversation starter.
everything ! rides great heaps of grunt in every gear comfortable seat and especialy for the pillian for those long trips and loads of luggage space!
its a pain at low speed turns and forget about parking it in nose first anywhere

Questions & Answers

Daniel G.

Daniel G.asked

2005 Kawasaki vn1600 classic. It's overheating but coolant is full & oil in the view window shows full. On idle it's fine but ant movement on the throttle & the fluid light flickers, the FL error code light flashes & it sounds like its starving of fuel...any ideas?

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Martin C.

Martin C.asked

How do I know if my Kawasaki vn nomad is a d6 or a f6?

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Mal B.

Mal B.asked

Gday all I've had a problem with my 2008 vn Kawasaki nomad that I've never experienced before with my bike I was riding for around 3 hrs or more during this trip I lost the clutch then the rear brakes got both back after bike cooled down motor seemed to get a little hotter than normal was a hot day though checked oil in engine was a little low my question is seen bike is 10 yrs old is it time to change brake lines and what oil do I change to seen I'm still using recommended oil from manufacture your help in this matter would be appreciated cheers mal


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CategoryCruiser Bikes
Release dateJan 2007

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