There are some two-wheelers that have changed the Indian two-wheeler scenario. They have thought Indians to go out of the box. Amongst these two-wheelers, two names include Jawa and Yezdi. The main company came to India, gave us Jawa, which later became Yezdi. Jawa had a few roadsters, but Yezdi had many in its lineup. Now after their demise in 1996, the legends are making a comeback in India on 15th November. So, here are the price expectations and other details that you must know about these bikes.
The first one upcoming is the Jawa 300. Its engine was unveiled a couple weeks back on their twitter handle. Now, we also have a fresh spy photo of the upcoming 300cc roadster. It gets a 293cc liquid cooled engine, that is different from the one used in Mahindra Mojo. The engine produces 27 horses and 28 Nm of peak torque. These figures are higher than its prime rival, Classic 350.
As we see the spy pics, the Jawa 300 gets a very similar original look. The design highlights include round shaped headlamps, flat single seat, chrome highlights over the body and the dual exhaust muffler. The spoke wheels, the beefy fuel tank and the battery housing compartment all look identical to the original model. It might also get a retro analogue instrument cluster.
As of now, there the official prices are yet to be disclosed. However, we believe this bike might go for around Rs 1.3 Lakhs.
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Jawa 350 (Speculative)
As per our sources, three bikes ranging from 250-400cc will be launching in India. So, a 300cc bike is confirmed. We speculate that the another one in the lineup would be a 350cc roadster. The bodywork and looks might be the same, but it will use a more powerful 350cc engine. As of now, no other details have been mentioned about it. But for sure, there will be 3 bikes from this brand, which includes a 300cc bike and two more. Read more about it here.
Yezdi 250 (Speculative)
There are various rumours suggesting that along with these two bikes, Yezdi might also make a comeback this time. More popular than Jawa was the Yezdi moniker, which is a desirable bike till now. Yezdi might be the smallest of this lineup with a 250cc. Yezdi might look a bit different from the Jawa, as it used to look earlier. If it comes, Yezdi will look similar to the other bike but will have some different styling cues. Earlier, it came in many versions which include 350 Twin, Road King, Oil King and a lot of them.
These are our speculations and details based on what knowledge we have. Stay tuned for the grand launch on 15th November.
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