Registered June 2019 on a '19 plate and now with just 485 miles. Presented in Metallic Magnesium Grey.The Cafe models cowl is neat and stylish and the dropped 'Ace' bars arent as extreme as they look and are wonderfully comfortable.What makes the W800 so convincingly period is the crankshaft. Other parallel twins use a 270 ? firing interval to sound and feel similar to a 90 ? V-twin, but Kawasaki have stuck with a 360 ? crank where the pistons rise and fall together. This gives a distinct exhaust note, far more reminiscent of an old Bonneville or Commando (and also of a BMW boxer, as it happens), and a different feel. With just 47bhp (A2-legal) the W800s power delivery is easy-going and relaxed, the twin thrumming politely beneath you.Off the throttle its pleasant, unthreatening and easy with an elastic midrange that doesnt really care which gear youre in and an 8000rpm redline.From the riders eye, the view forward on the W800 was always one of the most authentically retro and the new versions continue that classy, old-world feel.From the neat, twin analogue dials (which incorporate the warning lights) to the cute fairing on the Cafe, pleasing, old-style metal switchgear and even the purpose-built round front brake master cylinder, everything is just 'right' and classy and quality, too as both span-adjustable clutch and brake levers prove.This particular Kawasaki W800 cafe is absolutely gorgeous and could be yours.For further information on this vehicle, please call our showroom on 01273-020988.Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information, but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.