Jawa Motorcycles opens its first dealership in Nashik, Maharashtra
Jawa Motorcycles has inaugurated a new dealership at Nashik in Maharashta under the name of ARK Auto Wheels Pvt. Ltd. The company states that this outlet is part of the first phase where Jawa Motorcycles would be setting up over 100 dealerships across the country. Jawa is on the heels of launching first ten dealerships in India in Pune, Bengaluru and Delhi. With the facility becoming functional in a full-fledged manner, the prospective customers in Nashik can book and test-ride the Jawa Jawa and Jawa forty-two motorcycles.
"It gives us great pride to bring Classic Legends' Jawa Motorcycles dealership to Nashik. Jawa Motorcycles has enjoyed a huge fan following and it was a historic moment for us when we brought Jawa back in India. We are quite upbeat to offer these classics to the motorcycle enthusiasts in the country. As a custodian of the JAWA brand, it is my obligation on behalf of the entire Jawa team to ensure every Jawa dealer goes out and changes the way classic motorcycles are sold to the future riding generation," stated Ashish Joshi, Chief Executive Officer, Classic Legends Pvt. Ltd
He further added, "At Jawa, every dealer is a strong pillar of our growth and has our complete backing, now and always. We are committed to provide our customers with the best of the sales, service and spares ecosystem with their support and it was their confidence in us that allowed us to build the Jawa showrooms the way you see it today. That, along with the faith placed by Jawa customers and aficionados, is helping us create a vast dealership network that offers an un-paralleled customer experience with best in-class sales and service offering for any classic motorcycle brand out there. We are excited that we have already taken the right step forward in building this experience by announcing an industry-first Exchange Program and the largest number of financial tie-ups. I would encourage everyone to visit our dealers and look at the motorcycles to feel the modern classics we have created."
Pradip Deshmukh, Vice President, Operations, Plant I & II, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd (left) and Amarjeet Singh Chhabra, Dealer Principal, ARK Auto Wheels Pvt. Ltd
Jawa Motorcycles had launched the Jawa Jawa and the Forty Two at 1.64 lakh and Rs 1.55 lakh, respectively. The motorcycle brand put on offer dual channel ABS as an option on the Jawa Jawa and Jawa Forty Two for an additional charge of Rs 8,942. This option will be available on all bikes manufactured after June 2019.
The Jawas are back and how! Classic Legends launched the motorcycles amid much fanfare and interestingly, the Jawa looks exactly like the original, while the Jawa Forty-Two is a relatively more modern take on retro-classic motorcycles. Both machines are powered by the same, 293cc, 27PS single-cylinder engine. The response has been overwhelming to say the least and in fact Jawa has had to close online bookings for both motorcycles till September 2019 owing to the number of bookings received
The Jawa and Forty Two are powered by an all-new 293cc single cylinder engine that employs liquid-cooling, fuel powered injection and a four-valve DOHC head, enclosed within a double cradle chassis. A lot of time has been spent in perfecting the engine's exterior appearance as well, in a bid to ensure it looks just like the original Jawa engine with the classic fins and twin exhausts. Outputs for the engine stand at 27PS and 28Nm. The Jawa will be available in three colours, black, maroon and grey. The Forty Two will have six such options. Unique touches abound in both motorcycles. The original Jawa retains its iconic toolbox while the Forty Two gets an offset instrument pod with a tiny digital display, fuel gauge and flat handlebar.
Also Watch:- Jawa Jawa and Forty-Two | First Ride Review Video
Also see: Jawa Forty Two | Road Test Review
Starts Rs 1,64,000
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