The 334cc BS6 motor will remain exclusive to the higher-spec Jawa Perak.
Update – Jawa has released a statement to clarify that the company isn’t planning to upgrade the Jawa and the Jawa Forty Two with the recently launched Perak’s 334cc, BS6-ready engine. Opposed to what was informed before, both models will continue to be powered by the same 293cc engine, even after April 2020 when BS6 emission norms kick in. The 334cc BS6 motor will remain exclusive to the higher-spec Jawa Perak.
The more powerful Jawa Perak has been launched with a price tag of Rs. 1,94,500/- (ex-showroom). The price is approximately Rs. 30,000/- over the Jawa and Forty Two. Bookings will commence from January 2020 while the deliveries will commence from 2nd April 2020 when the BS6 norms kick in. The Jawa Perak has a ground clearance of 145 mm, which is 15 mm lower than the other Jawa models. It is claimed to be the longest wheelbase motorcycle in India under 350cc.
The Jawa and Forty Two’s are powered by BS4-compliant 293cc motor that belts out 27 PS and 28 Nm of torque. A small hike is expected once the bikes are upgraded to meet the BS6 emission norms.
– The Jawa and the Jawa Forty Two will retain the 293cc motor
– The 334cc BS6 motor will remain exclusive to the Jawa Perak
– Jawa plans to introduce 3 new models in the next 18 months