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Jawa Perak will be launched on November 15: Review, price and launch date

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Jawa Perak was first introduced in the Indian market and its launch has been postponed. But now the company is going to launch Jawa Perak in November.

Java Perak is to be launched in the Indian market on 15 November and this has been confirmed. As Jawa Motorcycle Perak, its third motorcycle is fully ready to launch in the Indian market.

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Let us know that Java Perak is being launched on the first anniversary of the company, at the same time last year the company launched Java and Java 42 and it was also introduced at that time.

With the introduction of the Java Perak Bobber last year, its price was also revealed, it was priced at Rs 1.89 lakh (ex-showroom). Although this time the price will remain here or not, it has not been confirmed.

Jawa Perak is a retro-styled bike that will be brought with Black and Golden colors. In addition, a single-seat will be given in it and the headlamp design will be kept circular.

Its bike will be built on the platform of both the bikes but it will be longer than both those bikes. For braking, disc brakes will be applied at both the front and rear and dual-channel ABS will be given to improve it further.

Jawa Perak will have 18-inch wheels in the front and 17-inch wheels in the rear and Pirelli tires will be used. For inversion, inverted fork and rear mono-shock will be given.

Talking about the engine, the Jawa Perak will be powered by a 334 cc, liquid-cooled engine, which provides 30 Bhp of power and 31 Nm of torque. It has a 6-speed gearbox.

It is believed that it can be brought with the BS-6 engine. The Java Perak may be the company’s first BS-6 model. However, if this is done, there may be a slight difference in price.

AutoFreak Thoughts 

Jawa Perak has been waiting for a long time but the company has postponed its launch several times. Jawa Perak will compete in the Indian market with vehicles such as the Royal Enfield Classic 350, Bajaj Dominar, Benelli Imperial 400.

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Anoj Kumar
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