Jawa showcased three new models with which company planned to pin Indian buyers. The company launched Jawa Forty Two and Jawa in January with a promise of launching its bobber, Jawa Perak somewhere in June 2019. The company revealed the prices for all three models and made sure to stick with the timeline to follow.
However, with heavy registrations and enthusiasm from the customers, the company is facing shortage in delivering the Jawa Forty Two and Jawa to already registered customers. Customers who have paid advance to the company got delayed with the delivery by a month’s time, this made a chain reaction for the new customers. Failing to address the overwhelming response from the customers, the company has decided to postpone the launch of Perak for later 2019.
Jawa Perak is brand’s take on modern classic bobber. Powering the Perak is a 334 cc, DOHC, 4 valve, liquid cooled engine producing 30 bhp of power and 31 Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to a 6 speed transmission. The Perak sits on an 18 inch front wheel and 17 inch rear wheel fitted with premium Pirelli 90/90 and 120/80 section tyres respectively.
Not much has been revealed about the aesthetics of the bike which, however, the representatives claim to retain major portions that were showcased on the pre production bike. The bike will likely get better electronic aids. Rumours suggest that the company will also offer a modernised variant as an option for the Perak. Where the standard halogen will do away for a modern LED setup along with a digital console. The bike will also come with a BS VI compliant engine.
Management at Jawa confirmed the launch of the Perak is now pushed towards the end of 2019. The management also stated that the production of the Perak will start somewhere towards the end on June 2019 and bookings will open shortly. The company will also introduce a systematic motoring system which will help the company to curb delivery time period.