Kawasaki has also added two models to its Vulcan 2000 series, both of which use the same chassis and 2053cc V-twin engine. The Vulcan 2000 Classic differs from the original primarily in its headlight design, which is more conventional than the huge nacelle of the Vulcan 2000 and the Vulcan 2000 Limited. Other changes include a reshaped passenger saddle, tank-top ignition lock, and its own speedometer face. At $12,999, the suggested price is $500 lower than the original. Kawasaki says it weighs the same at 750 pounds dry. Also new is the Vulcan 2000 Classic LT. As with the 900s, the LT adds a windshield, leather saddlebags, passenger backrest and seat to the Vulcan 2000 Classic. The gear raises the price by $1500 above the 2000 Classic's.