Last year in November, we saw the comeback of a legendary brand in the Indian market Jawa. Jawa launched 2 models Jawa (Classic) and Jawa 42 which was basically a sportier version of Jawa Classic. Right after one year of launching their brand in India, Jawa has now come up with a new factory custom bobber, Perak. The bobber Perak was showcased with Jawa and Jawa 42 last year and the had hinted that they will launch Perak later in the market. On first year anniversary of comeback in India Jawa officially has launched Perak now. Perak bobber has been priced at Rs 1,94,500 , ex-showroom. Jawa has now released a new TV commercial for the all-new Jawa Perak. Lets have a look at it.
It is a beautiful advertisement of the Perak which stresses on the beauty of darkness or black which happens to be the shade in which Perak comes. Jawa is probably the first Indian manufacturer to come up with a factory custom bobber. icing on the cake is the price, it is going to be the most affordable bobber in Indian market too.
The Jawa Perak has an elongated swingarm and has been designed in typical bobber style. For the uninitiated, a bobber bikes are actually pretty old and originated during the 1930s (originally called bob-job). Now, Bobber refers to customised bikes that have been stripped down to bare essentials with all superfluous parts removed to reduce weight.
The bike has a low slung stance and its fenders have been chopped off to reveal the fat rear tire. Other elements which make it unique are those gorgeous bar-end mirrors, round-shaped headlamp unit and a handlebar having relaxed riding position. The stying is topped off by matte paint jobs and aggressive cross port exhaust system.
Powering the Jawa Perak is a 334 cc, four-stroke single-cylinder, fuel injected, liquid-cooled unit which churns out 30 Bhp of power and 31 Nm of peak torque. The engine is BS6 Compliant and also gets Dual channel ABS. The Jawa (Classic) and Jawa 42 are doing pretty well in terms of sales and have a long waiting period. Bookings for Perak will start from the 1st of January, 2020 however the deliveries will only start by April 2 only. The Perak will have a dedicated production line, which means that the deliveries of the Forty-Two and Classic will not be affected. Test rides of the Perak will begin shortly at most Jawa dealerships across the country.