The 2020 Kawasaki W800 is a throwback to the W1 of 1966—in other words, a modern take on an old classic. As covered in our first look, the W800 was reintroduced for the 2020 model year (the last generation was produced from 2011–2016) with the original’s style, but with technical upgrades that were seen on the Street and Café models. It flaunts chrome fenders, rubber fork gaiters, tank-side badging, and tuck and roll seat for vintage styling. Modern amenities include tech like an assist and slipper clutch, ABS, and LED lighting. It is powered by the same 773cc parallel-twin engine that is seen on the Café model. Throughout its history this standard motorcycle has seen success as a very capable commuter because of its civilized, reliable personality.