Kawasaki W800

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  • Retro design
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  • High price
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Kawasaki W800 price, launch, specification, features

Kawasaki is expected to bring limited numbers of their W800 retro motorcycle to India.

Here are more details of the bike:


News : W800 spotted in India| autopromag.com
Latest Industry buzz: -Kawasaki might launch the W800 in India soon.

-It was spotted in a dealership in the country

-The bike will be removed from most global markets soon

Expected price (ex-showroom, Delhi): Rs. 8 lakhs
Mileage 22.4 kmpl
0-100 km/h
Top speed 177 kmph
Launch date: 2017
Manufacturer Kawasaki
Bike segment Retro, tourer
Displacement category 500cc to 1000cc
Price category 5 lakh to 10 Lakh INR
Colours available Ocean blue, Special edition ebony
Competition Triumph Bonneville, Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer


Engine 773 cc, 4-stroke Vertical Twin, Fuel injected, SOHC, 8 valves
Power 47.3 Bhp @ 6500 rpm
Torque 60 NM @ 2500 rpm
Transmission 5-Speed
Cooling Air cooled
Brakes Front:  Single 300 mm disc, 2 piston caliper
Rear: Drum, 160 mm
Wheel & Tire Front: 100/90-19M/C 57H
Rear: 130/80-18M/C 66H
Suspension Front: 39 mm telescopic fork
Rear:5-Way adjustable, Twin shocks



Length: 2190 mm

Width: 790 mm

Height: 1075 mm

Seat height: 790 mm

Wheelbase: 1465 mm

Ground clearance: 125 mm

Kerb weight: 217 Kg

Fuel  tank capacity: 14 litres

Some features

  • Instrument console: Digital-Analogue
  • Headlight: Single, Circular
  • Retro-classic design
  • Single seats
  • Chrome finished exhaust can


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Kawasaki W800 launch date

Kawasaki W800 is a classic-retro styled motorcycle which was launched in early part of this decade. The bike is currently in last leg of its life cycle and will be removed from production next year.

The W800 was recently spotted in India and has spawned rumors of its launch. It has a gorgeous retro design but lack miserably in terms of features.

If Kawasaki launches the bike as a CBU its price will be north of 8 lakh rupees. Bringing it as a Completely Knocked down (CKD) unit seems the only feasible route. The manufacturer has however not made any official statements yet.

Stay tuned for more updates.

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