Jawa 42 gets new colour scheme along with accessories, prices start from Rs 1.83 lakh
Modern classic motorcycle manufacturer Jawa has launched new iterations on the Jawa 42, priced at Rs 1.83 lakh. For starters, the motorcycle gets three new colours Orion Red, Sirius White and AllStar Black, paired with an all-black theme. Our pick from the images is the one in black followed by the one in white. Also as seen from the images, this iteration will be sold with black 13-spoke alloys with tubeless tyres, bar-end mirrors and trip meter as standard. The company will be offering a flyscreen and headlamp grille as an optional extra. Jawa has also confirmed that their existing owners can upgrade their motorcycles with these accessories. There's also the option of custom made saddlebags that will be available across dealerships.
In addition to the aesthetics, Jawa mentions that the rider seat has been tweaked for better comfort, with a redesigned seat pan and cushioning. The company also claims that the suspension and the frame set-up has been re-tuned to result in better ground clearance for better ride and handling. Even the exhaust unit has been updated for a deeper note. In terms of mechanicals, the BSVI update saw updates done to the 293cc liquid-cooled and fuel-injected engine, that now boasts of crisper throttle response. These updates will be done on both, Jawa and Jawa 42 motorcycles, confirmed the manufacturer.
"Last year saw us coming up with the BS6 versions. We didn't stop at that and outdid ourselves with even bettering the performance and feel of our motorcycles, calling it the 2.1. We have made the exhaust note throatier and even more alluring, enhanced the seat and fine-tuned the cross port engine for added punch", commented, Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO Classic Legends.
He also added, "Our customers have always used the 42 as a canvass to express their creativity. Inspired by that, we have added three new colour schemes with 'classic sports' stripes, alloy wheels, tubeless tyres and trip meter as standard fitment & fly-screen and headlamp grille as accessories. The technological updates will be available throughout the Jawa and forty-two range and the customers will have the option of choosing the new accessories as well."
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