Jawa Motorcycles has had an eventful history in India as its bikes were sold in the country in the 1970s-80s. Not surprisingly, the brand commands a phenomenal nostalgic value in India. Classic Legends, a subsidiary of Mahindra and Mahindra, tapped into the potential of the brand by resurrecting it. (About the upcoming bikes of JAWA)
In November 2018, it entered the Indian market with two bikes: a classic Jawa and a neo-retro Jawa Forty Two. In the following year, the brand launched the Perak bobber, which is the only one of its kind in the segment. While the Jawa Perak bobber is already BS6 compliant, Jawa has also launched the BS6-compliant versions of the standard Jawa and the Jawa Forty Two.
The upcoming bikes are Jawa Adventure and Jawa Cruiser. Jawa bikes always coordinator of every bikes . Jawa always consider the more over details for customers. Jawa mainly focus on customers need. The current generation need some wonder in their daily life so that the upcoming jawa bikes are one of them.
Jawa currently offers 3 bikes for sale in India, which comprises 3 Cruiser bikes.
The lowest priced model is the Jawa 42 (Forty Two) at Rs. 1,63,932. The highest priced model
is the Jawa Perak at Rs. 1,97,966. Browse through the list of the latest Jawa bikes prices, specifications
features, mileage, colors, and photos.
Jawa Standard Price
Standard Single Channel ABS – BS VI
Disc Brakes, Spoke Wheels
Standard Dual Channel ABS – BS VI
Jawa Standard Summary:
Mileage -34.5 kmpl
Kerb Weight-172 kg
MaroonJawa, GreyJawa, BlackJawa
The Jawa 42 version 2.1 gets mild cosmetic changes and some new color options. This new version also gets alloy wheels, tubeless tyres, and revised seat padding for improved comfort.
Standard Specifications & Features:
Version: Single Channel ABS – BS VI
Power & Performance:
Fuel Type -Petrol
Max Power- 27 bhp
Max Torque -27.05 Nm
Emission Standard- BS-VI
Displacement -293 cc
Bore -76 mm
Stroke -65 mm
Valves Per Cylinder- 4
Compression Ratio- 11:1
Ignition- Electronic Ignition
Spark Plugs -1 Per Cylinder
Cooling System- Liquid Cooled
Transmission -6 Speed Manual
Transmission Type- Chain Drive
Fuel Delivery System- Fuel Injection
Fuel Tank Capacity -14 litres
Reserve Fuel Capacity —
Riding Range —
Mileage – ARAI —
Owner Reported – 34.5 kmpl
Now jawa has lounch the power packed in 2021.Although Jawa offerings have been BS-VI ready from the time of its launch in November 2018, they have now received the update that makes them BS-VI compliant. The modes can make jawa bikes more over a masterpiece.
Brakes, Wheels & Suspension:-
Braking System – Single Channel ABS
Front Brake Type -Disc
Front Brake Size -280 mm
Rear Brake Type- Drum
Rear Brake Size -153 mm
Calliper Type -Floating Caliper
Front Wheel Size- 18 inch
Rear Wheel Size- 17 inch
Front Tyre Size -90/90 18
Rear Tyre Size -120/80 17
Tyre Type -Tubed
Radial Tyres -No
Wheel Type- Spoke
Front Suspension- Telescopic Hydraulic Fork
Rear Suspension Gas Canister – Twin shock hydraulic
As the dealerships officially open, Jawa Motorcycles has also shared a list of safety protocols that the company will be taking for customer and employee safety. Because jawa believe that customer safety is more important.
Dimensions & Chassis:
Kerb Weight -172 kg
Overall Length —
Overall Width —
Overall Height —
Wheelbase- 1,369 mm
Ground Clearance —
Seat Height -765 mm
Chassis Type -Double cradle
Around the same time as the Jawa launch, Anupam Thareja, founder, Classic Legends, confirmed in a conversation with Autocar India that the brand was working on “a new-generation Yezdi, which will certainly hold tremendous appeal, is not going to be a rebadged Jawa and will demand independent and wholesome development.” From the looks of it, this new product could be a scrambler.
While there’s no information on exact engine specifications, the radiator and engine head design seem identical to that on the Jawas, and this could mean that this motorcycle will feature an iteration of the Jawa engine, as expected. More importantly, the lower casing sports the distinctive Yezdi stripes and, at the moment, it’s the only piece of evidence that ties this bike .
THE NEW ENGINE THAT IS SET TO POWER THE UPCOMING JAWA BIKES IS A NEW 293 CC SINGLE CYLINDER LIQUID COOLED DOHC ENGINE THAT HAS BEEN BUILT ON A BS6 READY PLATFORM.
Mahindra-owned Classic Legends, which is set to launch Jawa Motorcycles in India, has finally revealed the new engine that will power the company’s upcoming bikes in India. The new powertrain is an all-new 293 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled DOHC engine that has been tuned to offer a maximum output of 27 bhp and develop 28 Nm of torque. The company claims that the engine will offer a generous mid-range and a flat torque curve for an unwavering, consistently powered ride, and it has been built on a BS6 ready platform. The masterpiece has to the dream of every bike lover.