Kawasaki Motors Australia has listed the neo-classic W800 Cafe online at almost $3000 more than the currently discounted W800 SE.
The Kawasaki website lists the 2018 W800 SE at about $12,400 ride away in Brisbane which is a discounted price to clear stock and the 2019 Cafe model is listed at $15,246. Prices may vary depending on your location.
So what makes the W800 Cafe so special and worth almost an extra $3000 over the discounted W800 SE?
W800 Cafe extras
Most obviously, it adds a bubble fairing, a hump-backed two-toned seat, restyled dual instrument pods, LED lighting, clip-on bars and much improved brakes.
For the first time it gets a disc brake on the rear while the front discs go from 300mm single semi floating disc with twin piston calliper to a 320mm disc now with ABS.