Jawa 42 models, Perak and Yezdi line-up receive OBD-2 update

    In addition to emissions updates, the bikes also get tweaks to improve refinement and rideability.

    Published On May 03, 2023 01:50:00 PM


    Jawa 42 models, Perak and Yezdi line-up receive OBD-2 update
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    Classic Legends has rolled out a number of updates across various Jawa and Yezdi models. The bikes now comply with BS6 Phase 2 (OBD-2) emissions norms, but the company has also made changes to improve refinement and rideability.

    1. Price hikes range between Rs 1,000-6,000
    2. Jawa models get reworked engine components and mapping
    3. Yezdi line-up features larger rear sprockets

    In the case of Jawa, the bikes to receive updates are the 42, the 42 Bobber and the Perak. In addition to the emissions updates, the company says it has reworked engine components to offer better NVH levels, remapped the engines and implemented a larger throttle body. The exhaust ports are also bigger now and the 42 has received a new muffler to improve the exhaust note. The final update is that the 42 now gets an assist-and-slipper clutch.

    As for Yezdi, the line-up has also received similar updates to improve NVH levels and what’s unique here is that all the models have received a larger rear sprocket. This should improve acceleration and tractability.

    As a result of all the changes, prices have gone up across the board. The price increase ranges between Rs 1,000-6,000, with the average hike sitting around the Rs 4,000 mark. The full price list is available below:

    Jawa, Yezdi Prices
    ModelOld PriceNew PriceIncrease
    Jawa 42Rs 1.94 to 1.95 lakhRs 1.96 to 1.97 lakhRs 2,000
    Jawa 42 BobberRs 2.07 to 2.09 lakhRs 2.13 to 2.15 lakhRs 6,000
    Jawa PerakRs 2.09 lakhRs 2.13 lakhRs 4,000
    Yezdi RoadsterRs 2.01 to 2.04 lakhRs 2.06 to 2.09 lakhRs 5,000
    Yezdi ScramblerRs 2.08 to 2.10 lakhRs 2.10 to 2.12 lakhRs 2,000
    Yezdi AdventureRs 2.13 to 2.15 lakhRs 2.16 to 2.20 lakhRs 3,000 to 5,000

    Jawa Bikes

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