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2013 Kawasaki W800 Mixes Retro Looks and Modern Technology

Seeing the new Kawasaki W800 some may ask themselves "why do hey still make bikes with such an outdated design?" Well, the answer couldn't be simpler: because these awesome machines sell extremely well!
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The 2013 Kawasaki W800 carries on the amazing heritage of the old bikes, sporting a vertical twin engine with air cooling, pea-shooter silencers and eliminating as much plastic as possible.

Tradition dominates the new W800: one-piece large and comfortable two-up seat, classic analog gauges (aided by a small multi-function LCD screen), dual rear shocks and a classic fork with a huge round headlight.

The 773cc engine delivers 48 PS and the 217 kg (479 lbs) makes the 2013 Kawasaki W800 a bike equally suitable for commuting and vacation touring with your better half. A plethora of aftermarket optionals are available, such a retro bikini cowling, sporty single seat, tapered exhausts and lots of chrome elements.


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