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Jawa Perak Bobber launched in India, Price starts at Rs 1.94 lakh

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Jawa Perak Bobber launched in India, Price starts at Rs 1.94 lakh

Mahindra & Mahindra’s subsidiary Classic Legends launched Jawa Perak in India for an introductory price of Rs 1.94 lakh (ex-showroom, India). The all-new Perak is the third model from the house of Jawa Motorcycles to be launched in the country after Jawa and Jawa Forty Two.

The new Jawa Perak is the country’s most affordable Bobber-styled motorcycle. And comes to the market exactly a year after it was first showcased at the Jawa brand launch in 2018.

The new Bobber is about Rs 5000 more expensive than the original pricing of Rs 1.89 lakh, and is the only-of-its-kind offering at that price. The Perak its name from the original Perak. That was showcased at the 1946 Paris Motor Show during World War II.

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A BObber design, the new Jawa Perak is powered by a BS6-compliant, 334 cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, DOHC engine that makes 30 bhp and 32Nm of torque. The engineer is paired with a 6-speed transmission.

The Jawa Perak keeps the bobber design intact with the low-slung. With floating single seat with integrated taillight, teardrop fuel tank and a low -set and wide handlebar.

The pillion seat is optional on the motorcycle. The design is distinctively that of the Jawa bikes with the bullet shell shaped headlamp long forks and a wheelbase of 1485 mm. The bike gets a blacked out paint job that definitely looks menacing and includes the engine as well as the spoked wheels.

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The Perak is the quintessential bobber with tweaked chassis and new swingram. Performing the suspension duties in Jawa Perak are telescopic front forks, with a monoshock at the rear. There is a disc each at the front and rear.

The motorcycle also gets dual-channel ABS. It boasts of features like a single floating seat, bobbed fenders and chopped exhaust.

Via: India Today

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