After a gap of more than two months, Classic Legends has finally updated the specs of the Jawa and the Jawa Forty Two on their official website. The BS6-compliant models are powered by the same 293cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, DOHC engine which now generates 26.51 PS of maximum power and 27.05 Nm of peak torque. The brand has still not revealed the rpm levels. In comparison, the BS4 model was good for 27.37 PS (27 BHP) of power and 28 Nm of torque. So the power has dropped by 0.86 PS and the torque has been dropped by 0.95 Nm. As per the official website, the weight of the motorcycles now stands at 182 kgs, making the BS6 models heavier by 12 kgs as the BS4 models were listed with a weight of 170 kgs.
In terms of pricing, the brand is now charging extra for different colour variants of both Jawa and Jawa 42. The customers can avail the Jawa Standard at a starting price tag of around 1.73 lakh for the single disc black colour variant while the prices for the dual disc variant starts at 1.82 lakh. Similarly, the Jawa 42 is available at a starting price tag of 1.60 lakh for the single disc variant and 1.69 lakh for the dual disc variant. The prices mentioned here are ex-showroom and note the price are in Indian currency. We are yet to know the price for Nepalese market as we all know the tax has increased by Government. We all will know the price upon its launch in Nepal.
The bike comes with a bunch of modern features like a round off-set instrument cluster with a digital read-out for odometer, radiator with liquid-cooling technology, fuel injection, and the also a future- ready catalytic converter as well, which means it's Bharat Stage VI (BS-IV) ready. Rest of the bits are pretty standard like the halogen headlamps, tail lamps, and a belly pan. The Jawa Forty Two is powered by a 293 cc single-cylinder engine that is based on the Mahindra Mojo's engine but has been heavily tuned to suit this bike. The liquid-cooled motor belts out 27 bhp and develops 28 Nm of peak torque and comes paired with a six-speed transmission. The Jawa Forty Two claimed mileage of 37.5 kmpl. The Jawa Forty Two get a single-channel ABS as a standard fitment.
The Forty Two features 18-inch spoked wheels up front shod in 90/90 section tyre, while the rear wheel is a 17-inch unit equipped with a 120/80 section tyre. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic hydraulic front forks and Gas Canister - twin hydraulic shock absorbers at the back. As for braking, the bike comes with a 280mm disc with floating calliper up front and 153 mm drum brake unit at the back, assisted by a single-channel ABS unit. On the styling front, the bike comes with the classic gold pinstripes on the fuel tank and mudguard, chrome bits, and the signature cigar-shaped twin chrome exhaust pipes. The Jawa 42 will come in six colour options - Halley Teal, Galactic Green, Starlight Blue Lumos Lime, Nebula Blue, and Comet Red.