2,000 Jawa Perak units delivered during the ongoing festive season

    Published On Nov 06, 2020 03:00:00 PM



    The company says this is a testimony to the widespread acceptance of the Perak.

    The Perak was first showcased in November 2018 and subsequently launched in November 2019, which is said to be India’s first factory custom motorcycle.

    • Priced at Rs 1.95 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

    • Powered by a 334cc, single-cylinder engine that produces 30hp and 31Nm of torque.

    • The company is increasing the production capacity of the Perak

    The Perak with its single-seater styling, comes with a 334cc liquid-cooled single cylinder engine packaged in a dark, matte black silhouette.

    Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO, Classic Legends said, “The fact that we delivered around 2,000 units of Perak in the span starting from Navratri, last month is a testimony to the widespread acceptance of the model, which has carved its own niche and has been elevated to a cult status within just a few months of hitting the streets. Overcoming the challenges posed by the COVID-19 situation, we have been focusing on streamlining the production and delivering as many vehicles as we can to our customers. We began the festive season on an encouraging note and are confident that the excitement will keep on growing through the festivities. We also take this chance to wish a prosperous Diwali to everyone.”

    “We have also been extensively working towards expanding our dealership network. Since the lifting of the lockdown, we have added 58 dealerships to our existing network that are fully operational and have made our products more accessible to our customers pan India. The company plans to increase the pre-lockdown number of 105 dealerships to 205 by December 2020 to make our models available to more customers, in newer geographies,” added Joshi.

    The Perak’s deliveries started in July 2020, following the lockdown opening throughout the country. The company says given the constant production ramp-up and existing demand for the Perak, it is running on a ‘zero inventory’ status for the model. With an increasing production run for the Perak, the company hopes to see a further rise in deliveries in the coming months. The deliveries of Jawa and Jawa Forty Two have also been steadily on the rise.

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