This Specifications Kawasaki W800 Street

Kawasaki W800 is a motorcycle that is included in the A2 category globally. This motorbike was developed to recall their past product memory, W1. The legendary Kawasaki product, first launched in 1966 and became a unique icon of a brand that is identical to the color green.

Kawasaki motorbike is indeed fond of launching older-style products. Although they look old school, the technology and features used are still modern and up to date. With the presence of this type of vehicle, Kawasaki is increasingly expanding the classic genre motor market. Kawasaki W800 Street and Cafe experienced development such as the addition of assist and slipper clutch. They also renewed the panel meter display to make it more comfortable for users to see.

Although the appearance of this motorbike looks similar to the previous edition, Kawasaki W800 Street and Cafe 2019 are experiencing development, especially in the chassis. The diameter of the frame and its thickness have increased significantly.

Using 100 / 90-19M / C 56H (front) and 130 / 80-18M / C 66H (rear) diameter tires, the front telescopic fork dimensions bulge to 41 mm. While on the back are embedded two suspensions with preloads that can be adjusted.

The lighting affairs of the Kawasaki W800 Street and Cafe have adopted LED technology and are blended with chrome ornaments around them. This highlights the modern side of the classic-style motorbike. Kawasaki W800 Street and Cafe 2019 use a 773 CC dual-fuel injection engine measuring 34 mm. It is said that the engine model used has a long-stroke character. This means that this motorbike is very suitable for long distance travel.

While the Kawasaki W800 Street and Cafe engines have pocketed the Euro 4 emission standard. The safety feature applied is the presence of braking disc models on the front and rear. As for they also implement ABS devices in order to provide comfort in driving.

In the Kawasaki W800 Cafe the difference is seen in the headlamp cowl that was once popular in the 1960s. This is a modification of the cafe racer style, the motorbike looks sporty as in the era.

Kawasaki W800 Street is available in Metallic Flat Spark Black and Metallic Matte Graphite Gray. Whereas the W800 Cafe is offered with a choice of Metallic Magnesium Gray and Galaxy Silver. The price of Kawasaki W800 Street is priced at £ 8,399. While the Kawasaki W800 Cafe is priced at £ 7,699