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In pics: Jawa launches 3 new motorcycles, check prices, specs, availability

The motorcycles have been developed from the ground-up and don a retro look reminiscent of the golden era.

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Jawa motorcycles are back in the Indian market 20 years after the celebrated bike maker rolled out its last product. Backed by Classic Legends Private Limited, a subsidiary of Mahindra and Mahindra, the company unveiled three new bikes the Jawa, Jawa Forty Two and Perak, on November 15. (Image: Stanford Masters)
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Jawa motorcycles are back in the Indian market 20 years after the celebrated bike maker rolled out its last product. Backed by Classic Legends Private Limited, a subsidiary of Mahindra and Mahindra, the company unveiled three new bikes the Jawa, Jawa Forty Two and Perak, on November 15. (Image: Stanford Masters)

The iconic bike maker will roll out Jawa, Jawa Forty Two early next year, while the costlier Perak will make it way to the roads later in the year. Booking for the Jawa and Forty Two will begin from November 16. (Image: Stanford Masters)
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The iconic bike maker will roll out Jawa, Jawa Forty Two early next year, while the costlier Perak will make it way to the roads later in the year. Booking for the Jawa and Forty Two will begin from November 16. (Image: Stanford Masters)

The motorcycles are placed in the mid-range segment, starting from Rs 1.55 lakh for Forty Two and Rs 1.64 lakh for Jawa. The Perak, which is a factory-custom job, will be launched for Rs 1.89 lakh. All prices ex-showroom, Delhi. The iconic bike maker is ready to rival Royal Enfield which launched the all-new Continental GT 650 and Interceptor 650 recently, at an unparalleled price point. (Image: Stanford Masters)
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The motorcycles are placed in the mid-range segment, starting from Rs 1.55 lakh for Forty Two and Rs 1.64 lakh for Jawa. The Perak, which is a factory-custom job, will be launched for Rs 1.89 lakh. All prices ex-showroom, Delhi. The iconic bike maker is ready to rival Royal Enfield which launched the all-new Continental GT 650 and Interceptor 650 recently, at an unparalleled price point. (Image: Stanford Masters)

The cheaper Jawas feature a 300cc, single-cylinder engine which produces 27bhp of power and 28Nm of torque. The Perak will sport a 334cc, 30bhp engine. All three bikes are BS-VI compliant. (Image: Stanford Masters)
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The cheaper Jawas feature a 300cc, single-cylinder engine which produces 27bhp of power and 28Nm of torque. The Perak will sport a 334cc, 30bhp engine. All three bikes are BS-VI compliant. (Image: Stanford Masters)

The Jawa and Jawa 42 feature a retro design, which is reminiscent of the original Jawas from the late 20th century. The Perak, on the other hand, comes with a contemporary bobber-style. (Image: Stanford Masters)
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The Jawa and Jawa 42 feature a retro design, which is reminiscent of the original Jawas from the late 20th century. The Perak, on the other hand, comes with a contemporary bobber-style. (Image: Stanford Masters)

Other features which are common across the three bikes are constant mesh 6-speed gearbox, double cradle frame, telescopic front fork and gas charged rear twin shock. The bikes come with a 14-litre fuel tank and 18-inch front and 17-inch rear wheel. (Image: Stanford Masters)
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Other features which are common across the three bikes are constant mesh 6-speed gearbox, double cradle frame, telescopic front fork and gas charged rear twin shock. The bikes come with a 14-litre fuel tank and 18-inch front and 17-inch rear wheel. (Image: Stanford Masters)

The Czech brand initially made its way in the Indian market post WW2, although the production only began in 1961 by a company called Ideal Jawa. The brand discontinued in 1971 after Ideal Jawa started making motorcycles under the Yezdi brand. (Image: Stanford Masters)
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The Czech brand initially made its way in the Indian market post WW2, although the production only began in 1961 by a company called Ideal Jawa. The brand discontinued in 1971 after Ideal Jawa started making motorcycles under the Yezdi brand. (Image: Stanford Masters)

The Iconic bike maker was finally out of the Indian landscape in 1998, after it stopped productions primarily due to financial reasons. (Image: Stanford Masters)
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The Iconic bike maker was finally out of the Indian landscape in 1998, after it stopped productions primarily due to financial reasons. (Image: Stanford Masters)

First Published on Nov 15, 2018 04:37 pm
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