At 6' 2" you're too big for this bike to be comfortable. Your knees will be hitting your elbows fairly often, especially in parking lot type turns and anything other than straight line travelling.
Comfort is the key to any motorcycle purchase. If you're not comfortable with the fit, you won't be concentrating on the operation of it.
We use Honda Rebels in our MSF Beginner Rider Class. They're great motorcycles, just a bit short on room for taller riders.
If it's a cc requirement you're trying to stay within, the Nighthawk 250 is a larger framed bike using the same engine as the Rebel, just styled differently. However, the Front Brake on this bike is less than desirable. It really needs a disc brake up front. Try the Kawasaki Ninja, it has disc brakes front and rear. A lively performer too. Kawasaki also makes a 250cc Vulcan (the Rebel equivalent) and it may be slightly larger.
With your size, you might consider stepping up to the 500cc bikes. They're larger framed while still being easy to handle and have plenty of power. The Suzuki GS500 and the Kawasaki Ninja 500 are 2 excellent bikes. Honda and Yamaha don't offer anything in this cc range.
If you're looking to stay with the Cruiser type bikes...you're going to have to go to the 500cc and 650cc to get something comfortable. Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha all offer bikes in this size and style. Hope this helps. If you haven't already...take an MSF course to learn to ride or, enhance your skills if you've already been riding. Most of all, wear your protective gear.