Launched in November last year in India, Jawa Perak carries a price tag of Rs 1.94 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The bookings for Jawa Perak will begin officially on the Jawa Motorcycles website as well as its dealerships on Wednesday at 6 PM. However, the deliveries of Jawa Perak will begin on April 2, 2020. It is to be noted that the Perak is the third from Jawa Motorcycles, a subsidiary of Mahindra & Mahindra, in India after Jawa and Jawa Forty Two.
“Just a day to go for the start of a new beginning. Be amongst the first to own #2WheelsandtheDark, the #JawaPerak. Bookings open Jan 1st, 2020 at 6pm sharp. Take a test ride today, visit: http://bit.ly/2QClALv Deliveries start April 2nd, 2020 onwards,” Jawa tweeted on Tuesday.
Just a day to go for the start of a new beginning. Be amongst the first to own #2WheelsandtheDark, the #JawaPerak. Bookings open Jan 1st, 2020 at 6pm sharp. Take a test ride today, visit: https://t.co/EK02WUB1P8— Jawa Motorcycles (@jawamotorcycles) December 31, 2019
Deliveries start April 2nd, 2020 onwards. #perak #jawalife pic.twitter.com/plB24WDHnq
It is worth mentioning here that on November 15, 2018, Jawa Perak was first unveiled in India. At that time, its price was quoted at Rs 1.89 lakh. A jump of Rs 5,000 in the price of Perak might be attributed to its compliance with the upcoming BS6 (BS-VI) emission norms.
Jawa Perak: Specifications & Features
As far as the looks of the Jawa Perak is concerned, the motorcycle keeps the bobber design intact with the low-slung and floating single seat with an integrated taillight, teardrop fuel tank, and a low-set and wide handlebar. The pillion seat is optional on the motorcycle. The distinctive design of the motorcycle also comes with the bullet shell-shaped headlamp long forks and a wheelbase of 1485 mm. The motorcycle’s engine and spoked wheels get a blacked-out paint job.
Under the hood, Jawa Perak is powered by a BS6-compliant, 334 cc single-cylinder, DOHC liquid-cooled motor that produces 30 bhp and 31 Nm of peak torque. It is mated to a 6-speed transmission.
Suspension duties are handled by telescopic forks upfront and a monoshock unit at the rear, as opposed to twin shocks on other Jawa bikes. Whereas, braking power comes from 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.