16th October 2020, Kathmandu
The long-awaited hype is finally over. Jawa Motorcycle brings Jawa Classic & Jawa Forty Two to Nepal! Agni MotoInc – a subsidiary of the Agni group is the authorized dealer for Jawa Motorcycles.
Before we even jump into what these retro machines offer, let’s look at the price of Jawa Motorcycles in Nepal!
Jawa Classic & Jawa Forty Two: Price in Nepal
The company offers two variants for both these motorbikes.
Jawa Classic price in Nepal is Rs 6,48,500 for the Single Channel ABS variant. Similarly, Jawa Classic (Dual Channel ABS) is priced at Rs 6,76,500.
On the other hand, the Jawa Forty-Two (Single Channel ABS) is available in Nepal at a price of Rs 6,20,000 and, the Jawa Forty-Two (Dual Channel ABS) at Rs 6,48,000.
|Jawa Motorcycles||Price in Nepal|
|Jawa Classic (Single Channel ABS)||Rs 6,48,500|
|Jawa Classic (Dual Channel ABS)||Rs 6,76,500|
|Jawa Forty Two (Single Channel ABS)||Rs 6,20,000|
|Jawa Forty Two (Dual Channel ABS)||Rs 6,48,000|
Are we witnessing a rise in competition for the Royal Enfield brand?
Along with the Jawa Motorcycles, Honda H’ness CB350 is also entering the competition!
|Specifications||Jawa Classic & Jawa Forty Two|
|Engine Type||Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Liquid Cooled, DOHC|
|Max Power||26.51 PS|
|Max Torque||27.05 Nm|
|Gear Box||6 Speed Gear Box|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic Hydraulic Fork|
|Rear Suspension||Gas Canister-Twin Shock Absorber|
|Fuel Capacity||14 liters|
|Kerb Weight||172 Kg|
|Front Tyre||90 / 90 – 18 Disc|
|Rear Tyre||120 / 80 – 17 Drum/ Disc|
Well, both the engines have the same specs. They both power 26.51 PS and give out a torque of 27.05 Nm.
They both have the same 14 liters tank space and the same seat height as 765mm!
What makes these bikes different then, you may ask. We’ll answer that below!
While the specs of both these bikes remain the same, they both feature different visual appeal.
The Jawa Classic stays true to its name with its nostalgic 50s designs. It has classic curves and polished chrome. The Jawa Forty-Two, on the other hand, looks sportier, comes with an offset speedometer, has black handlebars, and has a matte finish!
Both these motorbikes look very beautiful. The best visuals for both these bikes are their eye-grabbing and unusual speedometers.
Jawa Classic and Forty Two: Availability
Jawa Classic is available in three colors: Black, Maroon, and Grey. Likewise, Jawa Forty Two is available in six color options: Hally’s Teal, Galactic Green, Starlight Blue, Lumos Lime, Nebula Blue, and Comet Red.
You can tell that the Jawas are here to compete with the ever dominant Royal Enfields in Nepal. But not just the Enfields, Jawa also competes against Benelli Leoncino 250, Italjet Buccaneer 250, and the all-new Honda H’ness CB 350!