Jawa has joined the likes of Royal Enfield, Hero, Suzuki and KTM to increase prices of its motorcycles in India.
The company’s most expensive offering, the Perak, has witnessed a large price hike of almost Rs 8,700, resulting in its ex-showroom price going from Rs 1.97 lakh to Rs 2.06 lakh. Another model to have witnessed a fairly large increase is the alloy wheel-equipped Forty Two that the company launched earlier this year.
Available only with dual-channel ABS, this version of the Forty Two will set you back by Rs 1.91 lakh, which is an increase of around Rs 7,000. Its launch price back in February 2021 was Rs 1.84 lakh.
Jawa’s other models, the spoke wheel-equipped Forty Two and the standard Jawa model, now cost around Rs 1,000 more than before. Both these bikes also use the same updated engine from the alloy wheel-equipped Forty Two.
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