The booking of Jawa Perak bike has began from January 1st, 2020. Delivery of Jawa Perak's first batch of bikes will be commence in April 2020.

The Jawa Perak is available at a price of Rs 1.94 lakhs ex-showroom price. The wait for the bike to be booked is now coming to an end as the Jawa Perak reservations began on January 1st, 2020.

Book your vehicle early as Jawa allows a limited number of reservations so that customers are not waiting for delivery. Delivery of Jawa Perak's first batch of bikes will commence in April 2020. 

Jawa Perak will come with exciting features that showcased in November 2019, the most prominent of which is the BS6-compliant engine. The excellent safety feature in the boober-styled motorcycle is the dual-channel ABS. The single floating seat provides the otherwise rugged-looking bike with an aura of elegance. The headlight of the halogen and the taillamp incorporated in the seat add to the quotient of attraction. Due to the inverted analog speedometer and optical odometer, this bike is different from the others. 

At the end of the handlebars, the rear-view mirrors are also a unique feature. A touch of sophistication is offered by the chopped twin exhausts and the bobbed fenders together with a stealth-paint scheme. The black-colored motor and wheels perfectly complement each other. So, you've got a great product on your hands.

The Jawa Perak's best aspect is that it comes with a BS6-compliant engine immediately. This DOHC 334cc liquid-cooled engine combines with a 6-speed transmission system and delivers 30bhp power and 31Nm torque. Thanks to the telescopic hydraulic forks for the front wheel and an adjustable 7-step monoshock absorber for the rear, the Jawa Perak is one of the most convenient bikes to ride.

As of today, the Jawa Perak is India's most affordable boober bike. Pull up your socks and look forward to book today.


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