Jawa 300 Classic teaser video reveals its exhaust note; Unveiling on November 15

12/11/2018 - 15:33 | ,   | Ajinkya Lad

Ahead of the official unveiling on November 15, Classic Legends has released a teaser of the upcoming Jawa 300 Classic motorcycle, which reveals the free-revving exhaust note of the bike.

Jawa 300 Classic Exhaust Note Teaser
The Jawa 300 Classic roadster will have a bassy and throaty exhaust note.

Classic Legends has stressed the fact that a group of acoustic engineers have worked relentlessly to attain the signature Jawa exhaust note, and the video is proof enough. While it is highly challenging to imitate the 2-stroke sound, the exhaust note on the new model is throaty and bassy.

The Jawa 300 Classic roadster will source power from a 293 cc, single-cylinder, 4-valve motor with fuel injection. The liquid-cooled engine produces a maximum power of 27 bhp and a peak torque of 28 Nm. The engine will be paired to a slick-shifting six-speed gearbox with a final chain drive. The motor has been developed to generate strong mid-range and a flat torque curve.

Jawa Motorcycles, on 2 November, released a teaser video, which gave us a glimpse of the four motorcycles the company is expected to unveil on November 15. It includes a Classic, Scrambler, Bobber and a Café Racer. Last week, the Classic roadster was spied completely uncamouflaged during a promotional shoot, which revealed its retro styling.

The new Jawa motorcycle takes the classic design forward with the typical ‘Jawa’ headlight dome, round fuel tank with dual-tone maroon and chrome detailing, elongated single-piece flat seat, retro side panels and large fenders. Jawa Motorcycles has opted for an old-school design philosophy with conventional halogen bulbs for the headlamp, taillight and the turn signals.

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The Jawa 300 Classic roadster will primarily rival the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and the Thunderbird 350. The motorcycle will feature telescopic forks and gas-charged twin coil-spring shock absorber. Braking department will be handled by a single disc at the front and a drum brake at the back. A single-channel ABS unit will be standard fitment. The bike is expected to cost circa INR 1.50 lakh (ex-showroom).

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