After what would possibly appear to be an eternity, you’ll lastly be capable to see a Jawa motorbike on the open street. Traditional Legends, the corporate that resurrected the Jawa model has commenced deliveries of its bikes right this moment. The bikes are being delivered as per the sequence of bookings that began on-line on November 15, 2018.
A latest tweet by Anupam Thareja, co-founder, Traditional Legends, revealed that deliveries of the Jawa and the Forty Two will begin within the final week of March; and it appears issues are going as per plan. The Jawa community at the moment consists of 95 dealerships throughout 77 cities – simply 5 in need of its preliminary goal of getting 100 operational dealerships by the third week of March.
The corporate additionally introduced a bike trade program by means of Mahindra First Alternative Wheels that can enable prospects to trade any outdated bike for a brand new Jawa. Making the Jawa bikes extra accessible to its prospects are the model’s monetary tie-ups with a number of banks.
Yesterday, Jawa performed an public sale to lift funds for the Armed Forces Flag Day Fund run by the Kendriya Sainik Board, Ministry of Defence, for educating the youngsters of martyrs from the Indian Armed Forces. Bidders acquired to decide on a chassis quantity between 1 and 100 for choose bikes which have a tricolour livery on the tank and a customized monogrammed fuel-tank cap with the proprietor’s identify. Chassis quantity 001 was auctioned for Rs 45 lakh and whole proceedings from the public sale had been somewhat over Rs 1.43 crore.
Jawa at the moment has two bikes on sale – the Jawa and the Forty Two. Each bikes are powered a 293cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, DOHC engine that produces 27hp and 28Nm of peak torque. The one-channel ABS model of the bikes are priced at Rs 1.64 lakh for the Jawa whereas the Forty Two has a price ticket of Rs 1.55 lakh. The twin-channel ABS variants are priced at Rs 1.72 lakh and Rs 1.63 lakh, respectively.
(All costs ex-showroom, Delhi.)