The Kawasaki W800 is a retro styled street bike. It has derived high influence from the classic British twin-cylinder street bikes made by BSA, Norton and Triumph. Kawasaki W800 Launch Date:
The 2020 model of Kawasaki W800 was launched in India in
July 2019. A refreshed 2022 model of this bike is awaited at India. ...Read MoreRead Less
Kawasaki W800 Price:
The Kawasaki W800 costs Rs. 7,33,000, ex-showroom in Delhi.
Kawasaki W800 Design:
The large tank and the bevel-gear cam drive (the tube next to engine) speaks volumes about the W800’s modern-classic styling. It looks more like the ‘Matchless’ bikes of Britain. The 2022 model W800 has a chrome and red gloss paint scheme with an embossed logo that looks just like the Matchless logo. The Kawasaki W800 has a slim body throughout and just two panels on the sides gives this bike a magnificent stance in the black and gray colour scheme.
Kawasaki W800 Dimension:
The Kawasaki W800 weighs 224 kilograms. The front suspension is a telescopic fork set and the rear gets two old-school springs on either sides. It is quite large on all dimensions. It is 7 foot (2135 mm) long and 3 foot (925 mm) wide.
Kawasaki W800 Features:
The Kawasaki W800 is an old-school bike, it has little features but gets the essentials. Majority of the instrument cluster is analogue with lights. The speedometer and tachometer are analogue while the odometer is digital. Both these readings are split into two circular meters to suit the retro style.
Kawasaki W800 Engine and Performance:
A 773cc air cooled, 4-stroke parallel twin engine runs the W800. It makes 52 PS power at a low 6,500 RPM and 62.9 Nm torque at a lower 4,800 RPM. The mill gets a 4-valve per cylinder configuration for better engine performance. The engine is paired with a 5-speed gearbox, which also suits the antique styling.
Kawasaki W800 Mileage:
The Kawasaki W800 returns a mileage between 18 to 25 kilometers a litre. It has a fuel tank capacity of 15 litres.
Kawasaki W800 Rivals:
Direct rivals to Kawasaki W800 are several Triumphs like Bonneville T100, Bonneville T120, Speed Twin 900, Speed Twin 1200, Scrambler 900 Street Twin EC1 Edition and the Gold Line Edition scrambler. Other smaller and larger rivals include Jawa and Yezdi bikes, Royal Enfield Meteor, Royal Enfield Meteor 650, Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, Royal Enfield Continental GT 650, Benelli Leoncino 500, BMW R Nine-T, Norton Commando 961 and Ducati Scrambler.