After Delhi, Pune and Bengaluru, its time for Jawa Dealerships to open up in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Karnal by this month.
Jawa Dealerships are still underway, as only 10 out of 105 dealerships are open till now. The next batch is opening up in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Karnal and Chennai, after much delay.
While Classic Legends has not revealed the details officially, but the news has come on Twitter and Google searches as well. The searches and tweets have disclosed the opening dates of some dealerships also.
The dealerships are scheduled to open up post 20th Jan, which have been delayed from 29th December. The original plan was to open Jawa dealerships at Mumbai, Hyderabad, Pune, Delhi and Bengaluru first.
Currently, only 10 dealerships are open across the country. There are 5 in Delhi NCR, 2 in Pune and 3 in Bengaluru. The dealerships are open for a month now.
The main problem arises because the online bookings for Jawa Motorcycles has been stopped since 25th December. So, now you have to go down to Jawa dealerships to book the motorcycle.
Meanwhile, the waiting period of both the motorcycles have increased. As of now, the waiting period has extended up to September 2019. The first set of deliveries are expected to begin post January 2019.
Most of the dealerships are situated in the vicinity of the Royal Enfield showrooms. Jawa Dealerships are made in a way to portray the retro touch. You can find Jawa apparel, helmets, riding gear and more at the dealerships.
As of now, both, Jawa and Jawa Forty-Two are sold in 2 variants each – Single Disc-Single ABS and Double Disc-Dual ABS. The Dual-ABS variant debuted in December, after heavy public demand.
The prices of Jawa start off at Rs 1.64 Lakhs up to Rs 1.73 Lakhs. Jawa Forty Two is priced from Rs 1.55 Lakhs to Rs 1.64 Lakhs. Jawa Perak is priced at Rs 1.89 Lakhs (all prices ex-showroom
Jawa and Forty Two use a 293cc liquid-cooled engine that produces 27 BHP and 28 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox.