Jawa has created a niche in the sub-350cc segment with the Perak. A niche that is likely to remain untouched for the next few years atleast. And in the time that we spent with the motorcycle, it raised a lot of questions for us, the most important out of which was whether you should sacrifice functionality for looks? Read on to find out if you should get one of these home.Read full review
The 42 is more popular because well it’s not stuck in the past like the beautiful but old school Classic Jawa. And to build on this popularity Classic Legends, the company, has introduced the Version 2.1.Read full review
While we have ridden the Jawa before to give you an overview, it was time to put it through some more tests to find out what this vintage-looking piece of modern machinery is capable of.Read full review
The reverse sweep for the needle, the old fonts for the numbering, and the round layout, all add to that old-school feel, yes. But, there's no reason why one shouldn't be able to read where the speedo is pointed while on the move. Or, why Jawa has skimmed by not offering a trip meter.
This is the more affordable, younger-looking, and as its maker likes to say, open-chested version of the Jawa. It shares the engine, gearbox, cycle parts, and, in fact, almost all of its body work with the standard Jawa. We have already ridden and written about the new Jawa on BikeWale.