Jawa 90th Anniversary Edition launched at Rs 1.72 lakh

    The bike is limited to 90 units and will be allocated to customers based on a lucky draw.

    Published On Oct 09, 2019 09:43:00 PM

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    Jawa has announced a limited-edition motorcycle based on the dual-channel ABS Jawa to celebrate 90 years since the brand came into existence. The Jawa ‘90th Anniversary Edition’ is limited to 90 units and priced the same as the standard Jawa – Rs 1.72 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

    What’s even more interesting is that the bike will reach dealerships on October 15, 2019, and customers with existing bookings, or those who make one before October 22, will be eligible to opt for a lucky draw that will determine whether they will get the limited-edition bike – the delivery of which will happen immediately after the draw results are revealed.

    The limited-edition Jawa features a red-and-ivory paint scheme inspired by the Jawa 500 OHV – the brand’s first motorcycle, which was conceived in 1929. Every motorcycle will also feature a 90th Anniversary commemorative emblem on the fuel tank, along with an individual serial number. 

    The technical specifications of the motorcycle remain unchanged; it is powered by a 293cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine that makes 27hp and 28Nm of torque.

    A couple of months back, Jawa announced a delivery estimator that gave you the latest details on when you will receive a bike you’ve booked. Winning this limited edition would allow you to cut through the wait time.

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    2018 Jawa, Jawa Forty Two review, test ride

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