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Kawasaki Z800 ABS

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RM43,577
Z800 ABS Price
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Z800 ABS Specs
Engine 806 cc
Power 111.4 hp
Start Option Electric
ABS Yes
Pass Switch Yes
Ignition System Digital
Odometer Digital

Z800 ABS Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Z800 ABS

Aggressive design

Usable performance

Agile handling

Things We Dont Like in Z800 ABS

Slightly heavy

Lack of modern safety features

 

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The Z800 ABS from Kawasaki has been around for a while now and has been a popular choice in the middleweight naked bike segment. Here in Malaysia, you can get the Z800 ABS in 3 colour choices: blue, white and red. You get an 806cc inline 4 cylinder engine which makes 113 PS and 83 Nm of torque. A six-speed gearbox does transmission duties. As the name implies, you get dual channel ABS as standard and disc brakes on both wheels (dual in front and single at rear). Kawasaki has fitted the Z800 ABS with a digital instrument console and the iconic Z-shaped LED tail light. Priced at RM43,577, the Z800 ABS goes up against the Aprilia Shiver 750, Suzuki GSX-750 and Yamaha MT-07.

Z800 ABS price in Malaysia

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Standard RM43,577 *
OTR Price
806 cc, 111.4 hp, Electric, Petrol
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Kawasaki Z800 ABS Colors

Z800 ABS is available in 3 different colors - White, Blue and Red.

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  • Blue

  • Red

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Z800 ABS Review

  • Overview
  • Design
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict

Overview

Before the advent of Z900, it was the Z800 which opened an altogether new door of upper end of the middleweight category of motorcycles. While the Z900 has completely replaced the Z800 at a global level, considering the huge popularity of the Z800 in all these years in Malaysia, Kawasaki has decided to continue selling the Z800ABS alongside the Z900 here. The Kawasaki Z800 ABS is being offered in three different dual tone shades of Black with Green, Black with Ruby Red and Black with Blue.

Design

Despite the fact that the Kawasaki Z800 is now almost a decade ago in its original form, the motorcycle, by no means, look dated or old. Thanks to its sharp design, which still remains the strongest form of the Sugomi design language from Kawasaki, the Z800 manages to look as modern as at the time of its arrival.

The moment you see the Kawasaki Z800 from the front, you instantly feel that this motorcycle means business. The sharp but small dual headlamp setup accompanied with a slanting and short visor gives it an aerodynamic front fascia.

The Z800 looks very muscular and bulky when viewed from the sides. The large fuel tank, along with big fuel tank extensions as well as aggressive cuts and creases for the side body panels, gives the Z800 a hunk like stance. And that’s not all – the engine too looks big in itself, which along with the four exhaust outlets merging into one big exhaust pipe give it a sure shot big bike appeal. The upswept tailpiece with split seats make it look sporty, however, what does make the things interesting at the Z800’s rear is the double Z-shaped clear lens LED tail light.

The fully digital instrument console of the Z800 ABS still looks one futuristic unit in isolation. The unit is divided into three segments – the center portion shows tachometer in vertical form, the speedometer, fuel gauge, average and instantaneous fuel consumption are displayed in the right panel and the engine temperature, odometer, trip meters, and clock are shown in the left panel.

Ride & Handling

The Kawasaki Z800 has been blessed with a well-sorted suspension setup of 41mm inverted fork with rebound damping and spring preload adjustability at the front and Bottom-Link (Uni-Trak), gas-charged with shock piggyback reservoir and step-less rebound damp at the rear. The suspension setup has been set on a stiffer end to make it feel and handle as aggressive as the way it looks. However, the tall seat height, as well as heavy kerb weight, makes sure that handling the Z800 is not a child’s play. Also, the lack of a proper windshield at the front makes facing the wind blasts at higher speeds quite tricky. In terms of braking, the Z800 has got an extremely good setup of 310mm dual discs at the front and a single 250mm disc at the rear.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

The Kawasaki Z800ABS sources its power from a four-stroke, inline four, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, 806cc engine, which at one time held the record of the biggest middleweight engine before other players took place. The engine has a maximum power output rated at 113 PS, while the peak torque output from the engine is 83 Nm.

Coupled to a super slick 6-speed gearbox with short ratios, the engine feels refined all the way across the entire rev range, which makes it feel extremely tractable.

Braking & Safety

While the Z800 does miss out on many new and modern electronic riding aids, it still features the essential bits like dual channel ABS.

Verdict

The amount of performance on tap as well as the muscular looks makes the Z800 still a smart motorcycle which is surely practical for daily urban usage as well. However, the fact that many other middleweight motorcycles, including its own sibling Z900, are focusing on shedding some weight, and in this area, the Z800 feels a bit old school.

And this old school feeling strengthens when you see the lack of modern electronic riding aids, as compared to the Z900. So, it is quite advisable to throw in the extra premium and go for the Z900. However, simply for its old school theme of performance delivery, the Z800ABS still makes some sense.

User Reviews of Kawasaki Z800 ABS

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Kawasaki Z800 ABS FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Kawasaki Z800 ABS?

    The safety features available in Kawasaki Z800 ABS Below:

    Feature Value
    ABS Yes
    Pass Switch Yes
    Leg Guards No
    Back Rest No
    Launch Control No
    Riding Modes Sport
    Engine Check Warning Yes
    Wheel Lock Front/back No
    Shutter Lock No
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