Jawa Perak has been in the news since it was showcased last year during the launch of Jawa (Classic) and Jawa 42. Jawa Motorcycles recently celebrated their first year anniversary of launch and on the sidelines of celebration they also launched Perak. It is a bobber motorcycle, may be one of its kind. Jawa Perak is a factory custom bobber and it has no direct competition from the rivals as Royal enfield or no other brand offers a bobber and the others like which offer factory custom bobber are too expensive. The Jawa Perak hence has become country’s most affordable bobber at Rs 1.94 lakh, ex-showroom.
Here we have a video from Footloose Dev who is doing a detailed walk around of the all-new Jawa Perak in a showroom. The person in the video already owns a Jawa 42 and has went to a showroom in Delhi as the Perak was only available on display at this showroom. He also adds that more bikes will be made available in the showrooms around Delhi and other locations soon.
He starts the video by sitting on the bobber. The seating according to the video is a lot better than the Jawa 42 and feels a bit heavier or gives you a feel that you are riding a bigger bike. This could be because of the low slung, relaxed seating and the monoshock suspension at the rear.
He then compares the Jawa Perak with Jawa 42 and is left surprised with how beautiful Jawa Perak looks. He even says in the video that he regrets for not waiting long till the launch of Perak. The video then shows how Perak’s exhaust sounds. It is definitely a bit louder than the other two motorcycles. According to the video the grunt in this bike is more than Jawa (classic) and Jawa 42.
Coming to engine department of Perak, It is powered by BS6 compliant 334-cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled, fuel injected unit producing 30 Bhp and 31 Nm of peak torque. The bookings for Perak will start from January 2020 and the deliveries are expected to start later in April. Just like Jawa Classic and Jawa 42, Perak is also expected to be a great hit for the brand. Notably, the engine offered on the Perak will eventually be offered on top-end trims of the Jawa Classic and 42. The launch of these higher powered versions is likely to happen in the middle of 2020. They’ll be pricier than the current dual abs models.