- 2,000 Peraks delivered since Navratri last month
- The company is running on a ‘zero inventory’ status for the Perak
- Aims to expand dealer network to 205 outlets by December 2020
Classic Legends has announced that the company has delivered 2,000 Jawa Perak motorcycles since the start of this festive season (Navratri). The sales were further boosted by the BS6 variants of Jawa and Jawa Forty-Two.
The company revealed the Perak in November 2018 while it was launched a year later. The deliveries of the Bobber-style motorcycle started in July 2020.
Speaking about the sales, Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO, Classic Legends, said that the deliveries of 2,000 units of the Perak since the start of the festive season (Navratri last month) is a testimony to the widespread acceptance of the model. Joshi added that the company is streamlining the production and delivering as many vehicles as it can to the customers. Classic Legends is confident that the excitement will keep on growing through the festivities.
The company is also working on expanding its footprint in the country. Elaborating on the plans about the dealership expansion, Joshi said that the company has been extensively working towards expanding its network. Classic Legends has added 58 dealerships to its network since the lifting of the lockdown. The company now plans to increase the dealerships to 205 by December 2020.