While we await the commencement of full-fledged deliveries of Jawa Motorcycles, the manufacturer has revealed the list of accessories and apparel. We have also shared a video of Jawa equipped with accessories, earlier.
The range starts from Rs 399 and goes up to Rs 1599 for the accessories. The apparel rates start at Rs 899 going up to Rs 7,499. The riding gear will come with the branding of Jawa Motorcycles.
Surprisingly, pillion grab rail is also offered as an optional accessory and is priced the cheapest at Rs 399. Check out the complete list of accessories below:
|Classic Grab Rails||749|
|Luggage Rack With Backrest||999|
|Season 1 T-Shirts||899|
|Bar End Mirror||1499|
|Chrome Crash Guards||1599|
|Corono Half Face Helmet||2349|
|Halo Half Face Helmet||2349|
The bar-end mirrors that were showcased on the Jawa Forty-Two also do come as an additional accessory. Crash guards are available in Matte Black and Chrome colour options.
The half face helmets include a tinted visor as well. Also, there is a huge collection of T-shirts with some old ads and some quirky messages related to Jawa Motorcycles.
The riding jacket and gloves get Level 1 protection. The prices of the accessories are actually affordable, at par with that of Royal Enfield motorcycles. The latter has a bigger list of accessories and apparel than that of Jawa Motorcycles.
Talking about the waiting period and deliveries, buyers will start getting their dual-channel ABS Jawas by the end of this month. Anupam Thareja, one of the founders of Classic Legends himself confirmed it on Twitter.
As of now, the waiting period is up to December 2019. Classic Legends have confirmed that the production capacity will be increased and the waiting period will go down shortly. The deliveries have commenced alongside.
The prices of Jawa Forty-Two start off at Rs 1.55 Lakhs to Rs 1.64 Lakhs. The regular Jawa goes for Rs 1.64 Lakhs up to Rs 1.73 Lakhs. The awaited Jawa Perak is priced at Rs 1.89 Lakhs (all prices ex-showroom) and is expected to be launched in early 2020.