New Jawa 42 launched to take on the Honda H’ness CB350 and Royal Enfield Classic 350
Classic Legends has completely redesigned the Jawa 42. It now includes a host of new add-ons, and even the engine has been re-tuned for better performance. Everything you need to know is here.
The new Jawa 42 gets new colors and accessories.
- The new Jawa 42 is supplied with new add-ons and color combinations.
- The engine and suspension have been retuned and offer better performance.
- The new Jawa 42 costs Rs 1.83,942 from the Delhi showroom.
Classic Legends has just announced the launch of the new Jawa 42 range, which is available from the Delhi showroom at a price of 1.83 rupees. The bike has a number of changes and this time the company has upgraded the engine as well. Simply then, this isn’t a mild makeover, but rather a fairly substantial one. The Jawa 42 competes in the lucrative cruiser segment, which is currently dominated by the Royal Enfield Classic 350, the Honda H’ness CB350 and the Benelli Imperiale 400. We take a closer look at the new variant from Jawa.
The gray stripes are a novelty on the new Jawa 42. The instrument panel now also has an odometer. The seat was also renewed.
Jawa 42: changes you can see
The new Jawa 42 offers a selection of new paint finishes. Customers can choose between Orion Red, Sirius White and AllStar Black. A gray classic sports stripe runs the entire length of the motorcycle to underline the sporty appearance of the 42 in its DNA. The new 42 rides on 13-spoke light-alloy wheels fitted with tubeless tires. The Classic Sports personality is reinforced by the black painted handlebar end mirrors. While the speedometer console continues to be a unit with a pod offset, it is now equipped with an odometer. The company has also redesigned the seat shell, offering better cushioning for greater comfort.
A lot of work has gone into the engine. The engine now offers more power and torque. The exhaust note has also changed.
Jawa 42: engine upgrade
Jawa has also properly upgraded the engine. The liquid-cooled 293cc fuel-injected engine is retuned and delivers 27.33 hp and 27.02 Nm of torque. It is the first single cylinder engine to use cross-port technology, which increases the engine’s volumetric efficiency, allows for better charge and exhaust flow, and results in better power and torque output. In addition, the engine now has a repositioned lambda sensor that monitors internal and external variables even more efficiently. The throttle response became clearer through improved refueling. In addition, the suspension has been retuned to provide better handling and more space.
Jawa 42: customization options
Classic Legends has also developed a fly screen and headlamp grille that are sold separately through its dealers. The range of accessories has been expanded to include tailor-made saddlebags for all Jawa bikes. The light alloy wheels, on the other hand, are also available from dealers and fit all Jawa bikes.
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