Classic Legends unveils Jawa Perak motorcycle in Guwahati

Motorcycle company Classic Legends Pvt. Ltd. unveiled the new Jawa Perak in Guwahati. The Jawa Perak was officially launched on November 15, 2019 and the bookings for the factory-custom bobber motorcycle started on January 1. The motorcycle is priced at Rs 1,97,500 ex-showroom.

Speaking about the new motorcycle, Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO at Classic Legends Pvt. Ltd. said, “The Jawa Perak invokes an emotion never witnessed in India’s motorcycling scenario. The Perak is India’s first factory custom, and its distinctive styling, bobber stance and dark theme make it stand out in a crowd. What also sets it apart is the powerful engine packed with modern technology that gives it the performance to match its ‘stealth-inspired’ looks.”

The motorcycle is available for display, test rides and booking at the Jawa dealership located at Christian Basti in Guwahati. Interested customers can also book the Jawa Perak online. The booking amount for the Perak is Rs 10,000 and deliveries will commence from April 2.

To add convenience for the buyers, the company is also providing attractive finance schemes and an industry-first exchange program that offers customer a higher valuation by up to Rs 5000 compared to any other exchange scheme in the market.

Jawa Perak is a distinctive Bobber embodying the spirit of Stealth, Vigilante and Dark in a factory custom avatar. Power comes through a 334cc liquid cooled, single cylinder, four stroke, DOHC engine, producing 30 bhp of power and 31 Nm of torque, breathing out through signature twin Jawa exhausts chopped for the authentic bobber stance. All this power is put to the tarmac via a 6-speed transmission with ratios optimised to offer a great riding experience through the gears.

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