JAWA Perak To Be Launched In Nepal By 2020
Jawa Motorcycles is deciding to launch Jawa Perak which will boast a float design and will possess an odometer, fuel gauge and a speedometer. Jawa Perak will host a single cylinder powered by a 334 cc liquid cooled motor, much larger than the Jawa classic and Jawa Forty Two, which are powered by a 293 cc motor. The bike will also get a 6-speed transmission.
It has been nearly a year since we first saw Jawa’s Perak bobber and we are no closer to hearing about when it will be launched. While top bosses within the company have stated that there will be 3 new models arriving from the brand, one of them being the Perak, the timeline given for the arrival is pretty vague. We could expect to see these three new motorcycles in the next 18 months.
The upcoming Jawa Perak will be hosting a liquid cooled 334 cc single cylinder motor which will generate 30 PS of maximum power and a peak torque of 31 Nm and will be mated to a 6-speed transmission. It will also receive the resembling double cradle frame like the other two variants of Jawa along with a longer swingarm.
The upcoming Jawa Perak will feature a blacked out theme along with a single seat coloured in tan, and black coloured engine, exhaust and spoke wheels. The instrument console will feature a minimal design.
Jawa Perak Braking features will include a front and a rear disc brake. The safety features will include a standard ABS (Anti-lock Braking System). Competitors of Jawa Perak will be Royal Enfield Classic 350 and UM Renegade Commando.
The Perak features an all-black paint scheme and a redesigned rear end, a single tan seat, low-set handlebars with bar-end mirrors and round tail light that’s neatly placed under the seat. Powering the motorcycle is a bigger 334cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder mill that produces 30PS and 31Nm of torque, mated to a 6-speed transmission. It even gets a custom exhaust. The bike uses the same double cradle frame and conventional telescopic forks as the Jawa and 42. However, it gets a 'swing cage' swingarm (like the Triumph Bonneville Bobber) to accommodate the monoshock at the rear.