2016 Kawasaki Z800 Introduction

2016 Kawasaki Z800 Introduction
At ,400, the Kawasaki Z800 ABS is a great deal in its category and provides the many riders out there who hate the tech in today’s bikes an outlet.

Read the full review here: http://www.motorcycle.com/manufacturer/kawasaki/2016-kawasaki-z800-abs-first-ride-review.html


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10 thoughts on “2016 Kawasaki Z800 Introduction

  1. i love the bike. i got my Z800 8 months ago. but the weight… it took me some time to get use to it in the city traffic, you really feel the weight of the bike in low speeds. but on the open road you don’t feet it at all and the bike feels solid on the road as well.

  2. Blast from the past? Yeah, why would I get it instead of an actual old, outdated used bike for half the price?

  3. Chip peace of crap! Heavy, mechanically outdated, leaking personality, simply the worst. Those side frame bars for “reinforcement” purposes will make any service required a total pain in the ass, and shouldn’t you forget the leaking engines of Kawafucky, especially when talking about budget models like this disaster. If the money matter, I’d prefer Yamaha’s MT09, which is a way much better and fun to ride!

  4. 500 pounds, there goes my vote. Lolz. I bought my 650 for under 400 pounds dry. Thats a cruiser.

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