Upcoming Jawa cruiser looks different from the existing Perak bobber. The front of the motorcycle has been spotted for the first time…
Back in October, we got the first glimpse of a mysterious test mule that was being labeled as an upcoming Jawa cruiser. We have discussed why it is a Classic Legends test mule in this story.
And within a month, we have more spy pics of the same model emerging on the internet. This time we have the glimpse of the front for the first time. As you can see, there are two mules and Classic Legends has adopted a conventional rounded profile.
There are circular headlamps upfront along with a visor. Wheelbase looks bigger than the Jawa or the 42 and the seat height also appears to be pretty low. The front forks get fork gaiters whereas the rear does without gas charged canisters – that are present on both the Jawa and Forty Two.
Chances are that this model is running with the same near 300cc single cylinder engine that the company has on its existing models. This could be the bigger 334cc version of this motor that does duty on the Perak. The crank case cover is a giveaway that this should be a Jawa.
Classic Legends hasn’t just added the rear seat on the Perak instead this looks a completely different model. There is no monoshock and the styling is different as well.
This upcoming Jawa cruiser is sporting alloy wheels and probably LED headlamps.
Moments back we did a story on Honda’s announcement of bringing new mid-sizers every year for three years (here). So, everyone is squaring up against Royal Enfield and this is heating up the competition – a win-win situation for end customers like us!