Jawa has released the 42 Bobber at a beginning fee of Rs 2.06 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It borrows its engine and maximum of its layout factors from the Perak. There are some visual, mechanical in addition to digital tweaks.
- Jawa 42 Bobber available in 3 color options.
- Powered by 334cc single-Cylinder engine.
Powering the Jawa 42 Bobber the equal liquid-cooled, 334cc single-cylinder engine. Although making 30.64hp and 32.64Nm of torque same as the Perak. The 42 Bobber is obtainable in 3 colors: Mystic Copper (Rs 2.06 lakh), Moonstone White (Rs 2.07 lakh) and Jasper Red (Rs 2.09 lakh).
The Jawa 42 Bobber combines the styling factors of the Perak bobber with the neo-unfashionable roadster, even though it seems plenty extra just like the former. The 42 Bobber remains authentic to its call with a low-slung, single seat look. The the front fender isn’t pretty as chopped because the Perak’s, however the rear seems almost identical.
Jawa other Specifications
Much of the bodywork could be very comparable through out each of Jawa’s bobbers. Primary regions of distinction being the gas tanks, lights and the exhaust exit. The engine discovered right here is likewise the equal liquid-cooled 334cc single-cylinder, mated to a 6-pace gearbox. Elaborating at the differences, the 42 Bobber capabilities knee recesses within side the gas tank. A small baggage rack at the rear fender, a brand new 2-manner adjustable seat and a specific headlight shroud and instrumentation.
Jawa claims that the suspension settings has revised to offer higher consolation to the rider. The ABS calibration has additionally been labored upon to offer higher experience and feedback. The 42 Bobber receives LED lights all around (its tail-lamp is specific to that of the Perak) and a poor LCD display.
Price and Rivals
The Jawa 42 Bobber priced among Rs 2.06 lakh-2.09 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) relying at the color selected and the pinnacle variation prices precisely similar to the Perak. Considering its particular single-seat best layout, it has no opponents to talk of besides its blacked-out sibling, the Jawa Perak.