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Kawasaki W800 Street

The Kawasaki W800 Street is a cruiser bike. It is available in India at a starting price of Rs. 7.33 Lakh . It is offered in a single variant and it comes in Black colour only. The engine has a displacement of 773cc . which produces power of 52 ps and 62.9 nm of torque. The W800 Street has a five speed gearbox. Apart from this it gets disc brakes in the front and rear. This bike weighs 224 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 15 liters.
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Kawasaki W800 Street Specifications

Engine 773 CC Mileage 14 Kmpl Max Power 52 PS @ 6500 rpm
Fuel Capacity 15 Liters No Of Gears 5 Speed Tyre Type Tubeless
Kerb Weight 224 Kg Max Torque 62.9 Nm @ 4800 rpm

Kawasaki W800 Street Features

  • Starting (Self Start Only)
  • ABS (Dual Channel)
  • Wheels Type (Spoke)
  • Speedometer (Analogue)
  • Tyre Type (Tubeless)
  • Trip Meter (Analogue)
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Kawasaki W800 Street Bike Latest Updates

Kawasaki is offering the W800 at a discount of Rs 2 lakh. Read this story for more.

The W800 has been in the market for a while now, however, it's been overshadowed by cheaper bikes like the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, or more powerful and feature packed offerings like the Triumph Bonneville range.

Kawasaki W800 Street Engine

The Kawasaki W800 is powered by a 773cc parallel-twin air-cooled SOHC motor which puts out 52PS at 6,500rpm and 62.9Nm at 4800rpm. The motor comes with a 6-speed transmission aided by a slip-and-assist clutch. The hardware on the W800 is pretty basic -- a double-cradle frame, a conventional telescopic fork and dual shock absorbers. You also get 18-inch spoke aluminium wheels with slim 100/90-18 front and 130/80-18 rear tube-type tyres. Anchoring the bike is a single 320mm disc up front and a 270mm disc at the rear. The W800 weighs in at 224kg kerb with a fuel tank capacity of 15-litres.

Kawasaki W800 Street Design

The Kawasaki W800 pays homage to the 1966 Kawasaki W1 which made its mark in the Kawasaki family and inspired the birth of manic machines like the Kawasaki Z1 and Ninja H2. The modern day W800's neo-retro design bares a stark resemblance to the W1. Its language may look simple, but its sleek sweeping contours, detailed touches and solid-looking metal help the bike stand out from the crowd.

Key Features of Kawasaki W800 Street

In terms of features, the Kawasaki W800 comes with a dome-shaped full-LED headlight and a twin-pod instrument console with a digital inset. In terms of safety features, it gets dual-channel ABS but other than that, the W800 has no electronic rider aids.

Kawasaki W800 Street Competitors

The Kawasaki W800 primarily competes with the Triumph Speed Twin 900, though a cheaper alternative (albeit lower performance alternative) to it would be the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650.

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Kawasaki W800 Street Price

Kawasaki W800 Street price start at Rs. 7.33 Lakh (Ex-Showroom). Kawasaki W800 Street is offered in only one variant - STD.

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W800 Street STD

773 cc . 14 kmpl
Rs. 7.33 Lakh
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Kawasaki W800 Street Pros and Cons

  • W800 Street Advantages

    Comfy and relaxed ergos, Torque-heavy motor is extremely tractable,

  • W800 Street Disadvantages

    Lacks features, Doesn't feel premium, Only one uninspiring colour option

  • Expert's Conclusion

    Kawasaki has built a near-perfect replica of the good ol' British twin with the W800. It's relaxed riding ergonomics are matched with a creamy, smooth motor that feels heavenly out on open roads. But the lack of colours and features as well as a dip in quality levels, does diminish its premium quotient.

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Kawasaki W800 Street FAQs

What is the price of Kawasaki W800 Street in 2023?

The 2023 ex-showroom price of Kawasaki W800 Street is 7.33 Lakh. Check On Road Price of W800 Street. .

Does the Kawasaki W800 Street have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in Kawasaki W800 Street. View full specification of W800 Street.

Which is better Kawasaki W800 Street or Triumph Bonneville T100?

Triumph Bonneville T100 Price starts at Rs. 9.69 Lakh which is Rs. 2.36 Lakh costlier than base model of Kawasaki W800 Street priced at Rs. 7.33 Lakh. Compare Kawasaki W800 Street vs Triumph Bonneville T100 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Kawasaki W800 Street in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Kawasaki W800 Street in Delhi is Rs. 20,069 per month @ 6% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Kawasaki W800 Street?

Kawasaki W800 Street is available in 1 colour : Black. View colour images of W800 Street.

What is the kerb weight of Kawasaki W800 Street?

The kerb weight of Kawasaki W800 Street is 224 Kg.

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