Jawa Motorcycles plans to reach a sales target of 7,500 units per month

Classic Legends has set a target of 90,000 units of Jawa Motorcycles for this year, making a target of 7,500 units per month. 

Jawa Motorcycles is riding high on success with bookings increasing every day, by a sizeable number. The exact booking figures have not been disclosed yet.

The booking period for both the bikes has shot up to a whooping 9 MONTHS! Today if you book a Jawa, you will have to wait till September to get it. The first batch of deliveries is going to begin in February.


As per Autocar Professional, Classic Legends has set a target of 90,000 units per year for the Jawa Motorcycles. The target stands just for the first year. So, a monthly sales target of 7,500 units is set.

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Currently, Jawa Motorcycles are produced at the Pithampur plant. Around 200 bikes are made per day in a single shift. Anupam Thareja, co-founder of Classic Legends, at the dealership launch event mentioned that they will ensure the quality of the bike, despite having low production capacity.

Also, Classic Legends has confirmed that it will revamp its production for a better production capacity. However, the said process will take some time.

On the other hand, Royal Enfield Classic 350 is making more than 40,000 units per month. Classic 350 is the prime competitor of Jawa, as they fall in a similar price range and similar power figures.

Classic 350 is the best selling premium motorcycle, making it to the top-10 selling motorcycles of the year. Jawa Motorcycles plans to capture their market slowly, with time.

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Meanwhile, the online bookings for Jawa Motorcycles has been stopped. Due to the increasing demand, you can now book a Jawa only at a dealership.

The dealership openings are also on the track. The first ones have opened up in Pune, Bengaluru and Delhi NCR. Jawa Motorcycles will have around 104 dealerships across the country by March 2019.

Jawa Motorcycles lineup includes Jawa, Jawa Forty-Two and Perak. While Jawa and Forty-Two are classic roadsters, Perak is a factory-built custom Bobber. Perak will be available later in the market.

Jawa and Jawa Forty-Two are now available with single-channel ABS as standard with a dual-channel ABS as an option. Owing to public demand, Classic Legends introduced dual-ABS in the variants.

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Jawa Forty-Two is priced the lowest at Rs 1.55 Lakhs to Rs 1.64 Lakhs. Jawa goes for Rs 1.64 Lakhs to Rs 1.73 Lakhs. Perak has a price tag of Rs 1.89 Lakhs (all prices ex-showroom), but is not on sale right now.

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