The Jawa Perak is the third model from the iconic brand in the Indian market. The Jawa Perak comes with a bobber-style factory-custom design; something very unique in the current Indian market.
In terms of design, the Jawa Perak comes with a very unique bobber-style design. This includes a single-seat, teardrop-shaped fuel tank and an extended swingarm at the rear.
Starting off from the front, the Jawa Perak comes with round headlamps with blacked-out housing. Jawa has also positioned the horn underneath the headlamps, which is again blacked-out and features the ‘Jawa’ badging. Moving on, we can see that the handlebars on the Perak are wide, while being offered with bar-end mirrors.
The side profile of the Jawa Perak is where the motorcycle stands-out. The long extended swingarm, along with the single-piece seat, adds to the unique nature of the motorcycle. The fuel tank comes in a teardrop-shaped design, similar to other previous models.
The rear profile of the Jawa Perak offers minimalistic design, with an exposed rear fender. The indicator lamps are positioned on either side of the fender, while the taillamps are positioned just on top
The Jawa Perak is powered by a modified version of the same engine used on the Jawa and Jawa 42 motorcycle. This comes in the form of a 334cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine producing 30bhp and 31Nm of torque, mated to a six-speed gearbox.
The Jawa Perak comes with the same 14-litre fuel tank as the other models in the lineup. However, being a bit more powerful than the other two, we can expect slightly lower fuel efficiency figures from Perak. We expect the bobber-style motorcycle to return a mileage of around 30km/l.
The Jawa Perak comes with minimalistic styling and design elements. However, it does come with a number of standard features and equipments. This includes a single-pod instrument cluster integrated on top of the headlamp housing, single-sided extended aluminium swingarm, mono-shock suspension at the rear and standard telescopic forks up front.
Braking on the motorcycle is handled by disc brakes at either end, supported by dual-channel ABS as standard. The motorcycle also comes with slightly wider tyre profiles compared to the standard models.
The Jawa Perak stands-out among all other motorcycles in the Indian market. The bobber-style Perak brings a sense of uniqueness to the segment in India. It will definitely be a head-turner on Indian roads.
The Jawa Perak rivals the likes of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and the Benelli Imperiale 400.
Yes, the engine on the Jawa Perak is B-VI compliant.
The Jawa Perak bookings will start from the 1st January 2020.
Jawa Perak deliveries will start from 2020, when BS-VI fuel is more readily available.
The Jawa Perak stand-out feature is its unique bobber-style design.
|Calliper Type||Floating Caliper|
|Front Brake Size||280 mm|
|Front Brake Type||Disc|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic Hydraulic Fork|
|Front Tyre Size||100/90-18|
|Front Wheel Size||18 inch|
|Rear Brake Size||240 mm|
|Rear Brake Type||Disc|
|Rear Suspension||Mono Shock Absorber, 7 Step Adjustable|
|Rear Tyre Size||140/70-17|
|Rear Wheel Size||17 inch|
|Chassis Type||Double cradle Tubular Frame|
|Kerb Weight||175 kg|
|Seat Height||750 mm|
|Cooling System||Liquid Cooled|
|Fuel Delivery System||Fuel Injection|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||14 litres|
|Max Power||30 bhp|
|Max Torque||32.74 Nm|
|Mileage - ARAI||--|
|Mileage - Owner Reported||0 kmpl|
|Reserve Fuel Capacity||--|
|Spark Plugs||1 Per Cylinder|
|Transmission||6 Speed Manual|
|Transmission Type||Chain Drive|
|Valves Per Cylinder||4|
|AHO (Automatic Headlight On)||Yes|
|Brake/Tail Light||LED Tail Lamp|
|Braking System||Dual Channel ABS|
|Digital Fuel Guage||No|
|DRLs (Daytime running lights)||No|
|Front storage box||No|
|GPS & Navigation||No|
|Headlight Bulb Type||--|
|Low Battery Indicator||Yes|
|Low Fuel Indicator||Yes|
|Low Oil Indicator||Yes|
|Mobile App Connectivity||No|
|No. of Tripmeters||1|
|Start Type||Electric Start|
|Under seat storage||No|
|USB charging port||No|