The Jawa and Jawa 42 share the same DOHC, liquid-, single-, 293 cc engine. This engine now features India’s first cross-technology on a motorcycle with the update to BS-. It has helped the bikes maintain their twin exhaust identities and follow emission requirements. While maintaining identical numbers of power and torque.
The Jawa motorcycles are seeing a price increase in INR 5,000-9,928 range. The firm claims this is due to the dramatic rise in the cost of precious metals used in the catalytic converter. The colors option rationalization of costs.
Although both the Jawa and Jawa 42 upgraded to BS-VI, the Jawa Perak compatible with BS-VI right from the outset. It has a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC 334 cc engine that churns out 30 BHP of peak power and a maximum torque of 31 Nm. The motor is attached to a six-speed gearbox.
While Jawa offers have been ready for BS-VI. Since its launch in November 2018, they have now received the update which makes them compliant with BS-VI.
Finally, Jawa’s products made the move from BSVI ready to BS-VI compliant. As for all other cars, the move has led to a demanding hike. Based on model and color, the Jawa standard currently ranges from Rs 1.73 lakh to Rs 1.83 lakh.
In comparison, the Jawa Forty Two currently priced at Rs 1.60 lakh to Rs 1.74 lakh (ex-showroom). The price rise attributed to a spike in the prices of the precious metals used in the catalytic converter. Since this upgrade, all Jawa models are now compliant since BS-VI–since its introduction in November 2019, the Perak has complied with the latest emission requirements.
Speaking of the launch, Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO of Classic Legends, said,’ The Jawa and Forty Two ready from the time they created to take on the more strict BSVI pollution norms. That is the main reason that both of these bikes have kept their character and driving experience intact even though the changes were received to make them more environmentally friendly.