Jawa motorcycle has recorded a great number of bookings till now. Here comes amazing news for those who have booked the latest Jawa bikes. The company has officially claimed that the deliveries of Jawa and the Jawa Forty Two will be commenced by last week of this month. By the 3rd week of March, the company will open the showrooms as well. The stocks were finished soon after the launch and the waiting period was increased till November 2019.
The remarkable demand for Jawa bikes resulted in expanding the production of both models. It seems that Kerela has the most Jawa fans as the bookings for the models have been closed for the specific town till the end of 2019. Anupam Thareja, Founder, Classic Legends confirmed the report through a tweet. The bike maker aims at selling approximately 7,000 units of both the Jawa models in 2019.
Thank you for your patience throughout the last few months as we set-up dealerships across the country at breakneck pace. The moment of truth has arrived. We finally have the answer to the question on all your minds. Get ready to ride out!#JawaMotorcycles #JawaTheAnswer #Jawa pic.twitter.com/PMN1CNYaGp
— Jawa Motorcycles (@jawamotorcycles) March 13, 2019
The company will reveal the sales figure next month. Jawa Moto has already delivered 40-50 units in the showrooms for the test ride and display purpose. There will be a total of 107 dealerships in India so that the bikes reach all the Jawa enthusiasts. Sadly, the company has delayed the introduction of Jawa Perak which is expected to come by August, this year. At present, the sporty Perak is bearing motor testing. It will be soon ready for sales and deliveries. Jawa Motorcycles had previously declared the price tag of the India-specs Perak which comes at Rs 1.89 lakh.
Jawa and Jawa Forty Two has received the iconic retro-modern look which attracted the customers. The models are equipped with signature cigar-shaped twin chrome exhaust pipes, inspired by the previous variants. Both of them are developed with all-new radiator along with liquid-cooling technology and fuel injection. The Retro-styled bikes also satisfy the Bharat Stage VI (BS-IV) norms. Both the models come with high-level safety features including dual-channel ABS as standard.
In terms of mechanical specs, the bikes run on a powerful 293cc, a liquid-cooled motor which churns out 27PS of peak power and 28Nm of peak torque. The top-specs Perak comes with a 334cc engine that delivers 30.4PS of power and 31Nm of peak torque. The motor is combined with a six-speed transmission. The bikes feature telescopic forks at the front and gas-charged dual shock absorber suspension at the rear.
The bookings of both the models were commenced at a token amount of just Rs 5,000. The Jawa and the Forty Two are available at a price tag of Rs 1.64 lakh and Rs 1.55 lakh, respectively. Both prices are ex-showroom Delhi. In the Indian market, the all-new Jawa and Jawa 42 compete against the likes of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 range, Bajaj Dominar 400 and the UM Renegade Sports S.
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