Jawa Motorcycles India will soon start the launch event of their latest models. Rumours also say that the new Jawa motorcycles will only be unveiled right now and the launch will happen sometime later. Whatever be the case, here are some Jawa Motorcycles India details and facts you should know.
The new Jawa Motorcycles have been launched at a starting price of Rs 1.55 lakh ex-showroom (Delhi). Want to know more of the cheapest Jawa on sale? Check out our First Look Review of the Jawa Forty Two.
Meanwhile. the new Forty Two might not look that desirable for some, especially elder riders. Jawa Motorcycles has also introduced a special model called just 'Jawa' itself. Check out the First Look Review Of The New Jawa.
The Czech-origin Jawa Motorcycles is a subsidiary of Classic Legends, owned by Mahindra. For the same reason, the new Jawa models share some components from the existing Mahindra Mojo. Even the engine is based on that of the Mojo's but engineered to match the character of a 'Jawa bike'.
The new Jawa motorcycles were spied multiple times ahead of their launch. From the spy images, we can make out some modern yet classic design details of the popular motorcycle from the late 20th century.
The engine details of the new Jawa motorcycles were revealed officially too. The 293cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine is designed in a way to resemble the original two-stroke motor. It even has similar air-cooling fins and double-exhaust pipes.
The engine makes 27bhp and 28Nm of torque. It is mated to a six-speed gearbox and is BS-VI-compliant. Once launched, the new Jawa motorcycles will rival the Royal Enfield Classic 350.
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We Are At The Event
Jawa Motorcycles India has set the venue to bring back the legendary nameplate.
The Event Has Started
Jawa Motorcycles and Mahindra officials have started addressing the gathering.
The Audience Awaits As The Officials Tell The Story Behind Jawa
Boman Rustom Irani, Anupam Thareja and Anand Mahindra share their experiences with the iconic motorcycles of the 20th century.
Jawa Motorcycles Still Have A Cult Following
Even though the company had stopped operations in the early '90s, fans of the 'Jawa bikes' only got higher in number, over the years.
The Bikes Will Be Unveiled Anytime Now
Ashish Joshi, CEO of Classic Legends, will unveil the new Jawa motorcycles any time now!
The Bikes Have Been Unveiled!
The crowd is stunned. We know you are too, after looking at the bobber! Wait for more details.
Say Hello To 'Jawa'
The classic-looking motorcycle is called just the Jawa.
And The Jawa 42!
The bike on the right is called the 'Jawa 42'; quite an interesting name to suit its character.
And The Most Interesting Motorcycle, the Jawa Perak
The bobber-styled Jawa Perak will definitely have a huge fan following in the coming days. What do you think?
Jawa Motorcycles Has Just Nailed The Design
The designers at Jawa has just brought back a design theme which everyone found hard to forget.
Here Is A Closer Look Of 'The Jawa'
Lots of chrome.
A design which brings a nostalgia factor.
Now The Jawa 42
Say hello to yet another modern classic on the market. This one suits riders of all ages.
The Jawa 42 has a good mix of sportiness and classic styling
And Finally, the Jawa Perak!
For the new Jawa Perak, its looks will say more than any facts and figures. What do you think?
Here Are The Prices!
The new Jawa motorcycles are available at a starting price of Rs 1.55 lakh ex-showroom (India).
The Price Of The Jawa Perak Is The Highest
The Jawa Perak costs Rs 1.89 lakh ex-showroom; the highest of the three. But, we expect it to see a lot of sales, whatsoever.
The Perak Also Gets The Engine In Black
Jawa Motorcycles India has given adequate attention to detail to the Perak's design. The black theme further accentuates it.
The Perak Gets Bar-End Mirrors Too
The Perak also gets a pair of bar-end mirrors, along with the already-stylish paint scheme.
The Jawa Is Available In Three Colours
The new Jawa comes in three colours: Jawa Black, Jawa Maroon and Jawa Grey. Which one would you pick?
The Jawa 42 Gets Six Colours
The new Jawa 42 is available in six colours: Hally's Teal, Galactic Green, Starlight Blue, Lumos Lime, Nebula Blue and Comet Red. Which is your favourite?
Does This Picture Bring Some Nostalgia?
The new Jawa motorcycles have brought something back to motorcycle enthusiasts across the country. Are you one among them?
The Jawa and Jawa 42 Gets Only A Front Disc
Jawa Motorcycles has not equipped the Jawa and Jawa 42 with a rear disc brake. However, this helped in keeping the prices down.
The Jawa 42 Is The Cheapest Of The Lot
The cheapest new Jawa motorcycle looks just as good as the other two models.
Update: The Jawa Perak Will Not Be Available Now
The Jawa Perak will be the most premium among the three, but will not be available as of now. The Perak has got a new engine.
The Perak Has A Bigger Engine
The Jawa Perak will have a 334cc engine (big bore; same stroke). The power outputs have not been revealed.
What Do You Think Of The New Jawa Motorcycles?
Jawa Motorcycles India will definitely witness a good response on the classic or cruiser motorcycles segment in India. For more details of each bike, head on to our launch article at www.drivespark.com. Which among the three would you choose?