Jawa Perak launch next year but the company has revealed its prices in today’s event. It will be the flagship model for the brand and carries quite a few changes…
Wait that’s not all! Apart from the classic Jawa and the Jawa Forty Two, Classic Legends has also unveiled the Jawa Perak at the launch event today in Mumbai. The Perak is a bobber-styled longer low-slung motorcycle which looks simply gorgeous. The Perak will also be the first true factory-custom motorcycle from an Indian manufacturer!
And it also stands out from the rest as it packs in a slightly bigger engine as well. The Jawa Perak comes with a 334cc single cylinder DOHC, liquid cooled engine, which is essentially the same motor with a bigger bore (and same stroke). As a result of the bigger displacement, the Perak produces higher 30 bhp of peak power and 31 Nm of max torque. For reference, the Jawa and Jawa Forty Two churn out 27 bhp and 28 Nm from their 293cc single!
The display bike, draped in matte black, sported a rear disc brake which means that there are chances that it could get dual channel ABS (Jawa & Jawa Forty Two come with single channel units). It also tells us that it would not be long that even the other two motorcycles get the rear disc, at least as an option.
The overall stance of the Perak is low and the engine and other bits are black-themed. The front end and the tank appear to be similar to the Jawa but Perak has new side panels and a completely different rear which also means that the rear subframe is altered. Another difference is the monoshock of the Perak whereas the other two motorcycles come shod with conventional dual-shocks. The single-seater also has narrow exhaust canisters which may produce different (and louder) exhaust notes.
Jawa Perak Price
|Perak||Rs 1.89 Lakh|
*price ex-showroom Delhi
Perak is the more premium offering and will sit as the flagship of the brand when it gets launched. In comparison, you can check out Jawa’s & Jawa Forty Two’s prices here.
Jawa Perak Launch
For now Classic Legends will commence operations with the Jawa and Jawa Forty Two. The Perak will be launched early next year, which means that you won’t have to wait much!