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Jawa Perak with 334cc Engine and Upgraded Specifications Launched in India

The one seater bobber first appeared in the Jawa launch event held on Nov 15, 2018 along with other two models viz; Jawa and Jawa Forty Two. This was the last model which the consumers were waiting for after the launch of Jawa and Jawa Forty Two.

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The Mahindra subsidiary Classic Legends has finally unwrapped the Jawa Perak in India. The bobber styled motorcycle is priced INR 1.95 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) vis-a-vis the 2018 announced price INR 1.89 Lakh. A possible reason behind a slight hike of 6,000 in the price is speculated to be due to the engine upgradation to BS6 emission norms. The one seater bobber first appeared in the Jawa launch event held on Nov 15, 2018 along with other two models viz; Jawa and Jawa Forty Two. This was the last model which the consumers were waiting for after the launch of Jawa and Jawa Forty Two.

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The Jawa Perak is said to be ready for bookings from January 2020, while it’s delivery will begin from April 2020. The bobber style cues, low and long stance, chopped fenders and giving-up of chrome finish for the matte black finish to the motorcycle, constitute the cosmetics of the motorcycle. The wide bar with the bar-end mirror gives an interesting look to the motorcycle, while the stubby exhaust, teardrop fuel tank, heavy engine and spoke wheels make it the first choice of those looking for a heavy bobber.

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The Jawa Perak encloses a 334cc Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled DOHC Engine with 31Nm Torque and 6-speed gearbox. The engine generates 30bh power and is BS6 emission norms compliant. The torque generated by Perak is higher than 28Nm of torque of Jawa and Jawa Forty Two. For the suspension task, the company has deployed telescopic forks up front, while a monoshock suspension at the rear. Twin disc brakes with dual channel ABS system will take care of the braking system in the Jawa Perak.

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