Kawasaki Z800 ABS

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

Z800 ABS Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Z800 ABS

Aggressive streetfighter styling

Tractable engine

Plush suspension

Things We Dont Like in Z800 ABS

Very heavy

High and hard seat

Recent Updates of Kawasaki Z800 ABS

It’s been a while since Kawasaki introduced the Z800. The said bike came in the Malaysian market following the footsteps of the highly known Z750. Design-wise this bike not only looks stunning but also gives the popular Z design a new direction. The Z800 displays a more vivid expression of the Z franchise in the mid-size range, unlike its predecessors. Similar is the case with its chassis and engine design. Thanks to which, the Kawasaki Z800 offers an enhanced chassis performance and engine displacement. The 806cc in-line four-cylinder mill provides increased performance at all rpm. With noteworthy performance in the low-mid range, it offers increased riding exhilaration and everyday usability. Its large-diameter 34 mm throttle bodies and ultra-fine injectors provide an ultra-smooth response. Further, the 41 mm KYB inverted fork is optimized to provide frame rigidity and displacement. Providing the Z800 ABS with formidable stopping power is the 310 mm petal disc. Also, the Anti-lock Brake System ensures stable braking by preventing wheel lock while barking.

With a price tag of RM 43,577, the Z800 ABS is available in three color splashes - White, Blue, and Green.

Z800 ABS price in Malaysia

Variant Price Specifications  
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.

  • White

  • Blue

  • Red

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Z800 ABS Review

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


Kawasaki’s entry into the mid-class naked streetfighter territory has been a huge hit. It can also be envisioned as the smaller sibling of the Z1000 or the replacement of the Z750. But with the presence of the Z900, it does tend to muddle things up a bit. But that is the Kawasaki line up for you. Elsewhere, the Yamaha MT-09 also throws down some solid competition. More top-shelf options like the Ducati Monster and lower ones like Suzuki GSX S750 make its life more difficult. Going down at a price of RM 43577, naked streetfighter is very competitively priced. The bike was first launched in 2016 and has continued to gain popularity thanks to its aggressive styling and impressive package of practicality and performance. Here is a take on the bike’s performance and features.


Kawasaki’s motorcycles often look like living things and the Z800 is no different, and that distinct headlight assembly is the first thing you will notice. It is positioned low at the front against the high tail end which gives it the look of a wild beast crouching before its leap. The aggression is just what you’d expect from a naked streetfighter. The sculpted engine shrouds along with the undercowl are close fitting and give the bike a compact and menacing look that seems to flow from one end to the other. Slight touches like the recessed rear grabs in the tail section and the meaty short style exhaust curves from under the bike also add to that impression. The bike is offered in three color choices – blue, red and green. All of them are in two tone combinations with black and come with body-colored pillion seat and front stanchions. The taillight is a unique Z shaped LED. The instrument display features a futuristic layout using three digital screens with the middle one displaying the tachometer in three different selectable styles. The fuel gauge, however, is not the most accurate as informed by many riders. There are even some luggage hooks unlike the Z900 for when you might want to lug around some cargo. With a length of 2100 mm, a width of 800 mm and a height of 1050 mm, it is only fractionally smaller than its bigger sibling. Both ends get 17” wheels with a 120/70 at the front and a 180/55 at the rear.

Ride & Handling

The Z800 ABS uses a tubular backbone frame with high tensile steel strengthening members and a steel engine subframe. The frame geometry gives it a short 1445 mm wheelbase and a 150 mm ground clearance. The suspension setup uses 41 mm inverted KYB front forks with rebound damping and spring preload adjustability. There is a Uni-Trak setup at the rear with stepless rebound damping adjustability. The bike’s steering geometry is almost similar to the ZX-6R giving it an aggressive and sporty handling ability. Wide and low handlebars provide the bike with street fighter style handling without compromising on comfort. The seating position is upright which combined with the handlebars translates to good city manners. The biggest issue here though is the seat height and the weight. At 231 kg, it is heavier than the Z1000. And with a seat height of 834 mm, shorter riders will have a tough time balancing the bike on their tippy toes. The seat is also quite flat and not the most comfortable. Otherwise, the bike hides its weight very well while on the move. The grip from the tires also keeps up with the rider’s intentions.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

The engine on this beast is an 806 cc 16 valve liquid cooled inline-4 which is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The engine uses 34 mm MIKUNI dual throttle valves and the power figures are 116 PS of max power at 10,200 rpm and a peak torque 83 Nm at 8,000 rpm. Short gearing allows the rider to use the bike’s lively mid-range and taller final gear makes it at home on the highways at higher speeds. While this makes it practical for everyday city driving, the weak power delivery at the lower end leaves something to be desired. The heavy weight of the bike also adds to this but more on that later. Still, it is a lot of fun for day to day driving. The motorcycle with a 17-litre fuel tank provides the rider with a decent range. In terms of refinement, there have been complaints of vibrations from the engine, but nothing unmanageable.

Braking & Safety

The Z800 ABS comes with dual semi-floating 310 mm petal discs clamped with dual-opposed 4 piston callipers up front and a single 250 mm petal disc on the rear with a single piston calliper. Assisting in braking is a dual-channel ABS unit.


The Kawasaki Z800 ABS is a bare bones streetfighter with minimal electronic aids. But this makes it very approachable as well. It looks fierce, is simple and fun to ride and can be used every day. Experienced riders will also appreciate the Kawasaki Z800 ABS as their first street fighter.

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    Muhammad Fitri Akmal Bin Mohamad Shukri Dis 15, 2018
    Smart, Relax and Style

    Love their headlamp, tail lamp style. Its has a shortest naked bike n its being nice for me as a shorter guy n i love love love it so much. Even cc in smaller than z900 n z1000, but its has more coolest in get a super top speed than both of latest model. Read More

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    Ryan Ogos 27, 2018

    Kawasaki has been a family brand for us. My father, my uncle and then me, we have always chosen a Kawasaki over other prevalent brands. The Z800S has been a great choice for me, as it gives me a powerful macho feel when driving. The hydraulic braking system of this bike and the four stroke suspension gives an amazing stability Read More

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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