Confirmed: Jawa Perak deliveries to commence across India from July 20, 2020
Earlier this year in January, Jawa Motorcycles, the modern classic motorcycle manufacturer, launched the Jawa Perak Bobber BSVI at Rs. 1.94 lakh, ex-showroom. And now the company has confirmed that the deliveries of the Perak will start across the country from July 20, 2020 onward. To help the prospective customers, Classic Legends has announced attractive offers which include 50 percent reduction in the first three EMIs, a special EMI plan of Rs 6,666 per month, Rs. 8,000 for two years and Rs 6,000 for three years, 100 percent funding with zero downpayment and no income proof.
This flagship offering from Jawa Motorcycles gets a comparatively larger displacement 334cc single-cylinder motor compared to its siblings, the Jawa and the 42 that are offered with 293cc units. The company mentions that during the lockdown period, it has tweaked the Perak's engine to make close to 2Nm more than the previously announced 31Nm. Jawa claims that the higher torque directly translates to better pulling performance both from standstill and rolling acceleration, which has been achieved with meticulous fine tuning of the engine coupled with the new cross port technology that ensures performance while delivering cleaner emissions compliant with BSVI regulations. The 334cc cross port engine now puts out 30.64PS of power and 32.74 Nm of torque, mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
Tear-drop tank design, low-slung chassis, floating seat and minimum body panels hint are the basic styling cues of the Bobber that the Perak checks. The instrument cluster in the Perak has been borrowed from the Jawa and so are a few cycle parts. For cycle parts, the Jawa Perak uses telescopic forks in the front and a monoshock in the rear. For braking, the Perak comes equipped with a dual disc brake set-up with a dual-channel ABS - 280mm rotor in the front.
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