The Jawa 42 and Jawa Classic are powered by a 293cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled four-stroke engine with 27 Bhp peak energy and 28 Nm peak torque.
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Classic Legends has launched the BS-VI compliant variations of the Jawa 42 and Classic fashions. The model that owns the rights to promote and construct the Jawa model of retro bikes in India and different Asian markets has additionally elevated the costs of the BS-VI fashions by as much as Rs 9,928. The least worth enhance is about Rs 5,000 on sure variants. The newest bikes, BS-VI Jawa 42 and Classic can be found in single and dual-channel ABS variations and can start deliveries from April 1, 2020. The beginning worth of BS-VI Jawa 42 single-channel ABS trim is Rs 1.6 Lakh whereas BS-VI Jawa ‘Classic’ single-channel ABS trim is for Rs 1.73 lakh.
In phrases of specs, each the Jawa 42 and Jawa Classic, are powered with the identical 293cc, single-cylinder four-stroke engines. The engine will get liquid cooling, a four-valve head, twin overhead camshafts, gasoline injection, and twin exhaust pipes. Power and torque figures are the identical because the predecessor BS-IV trims. Peak energy is at 27 Bhp whereas peak torque is at 28 Nm.
As per a report, the model will begin delivering Perak – India’s least priced Bobber, from April 1 2020, the bookings of the brand new motorbike, which is priced at Rs 1,94,500 started just a few months in the past.