Classic Legends commenced the deliveries of the Jawa Classic and Forty-Two in India at the end of last month. The company is offering several accessories to customise the motorcycles via its dealership network. Here's a video showing some of these official fitments.
The video shows a Jawa Forty-Two equipped with a crash guard, pillion backrest and a luggage rack. Unlike the motorcycle showcased at the launch event, it has conventionally placed rear-view mirrors instead of bar-end mounted units. The bar-end mirrors should also be available as optional accessories, though. The centre-stand, too, should be available as an optional extra.
Soon after starting the deliveries of the Jawa Classic and Forty-Two, Classic Legends announced the ARAI-certified fuel economy for both, the Jawa Classic and Forty-Two - 37.5 km/l. In comparison, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 delivers 37 km/l (ARAI-certified). The Jawa Classic and Jawa Forty-Two share a 293 cc single cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine that makes a maximum power of 27 bhp and 28 Nm of peak torque.
The Jawa Classis and Forty-Two are sold-out until September 2019, but they are available for backorder. The drum brake variants of the Jawa Classic and Jawa Forty-Two with single-channel ABS are priced at INR 1,64,000* and INR 1,55,000* respectively. The rear disc brake with dual-channel ABS variants cost INR 1,72,942* and INR 1,63,942* respectively. Customers can also avail special rates under the motorcycle exchange program across all Jawa dealerships through Mahindra First Choice Wheels.
Jawa will start the bookings for the Perak Bobber post-September 2019. The bobber will cost at INR 1.89 lakh*.
*Ex-showroom Delhi prices
In other updates, Classic Legends has donated INR 1.49 crore to the Indian Armed Forces. The money was raised by auctioning 13 Jawa motorcycles from its first batch of production.