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Jawa PerakThe Jawa Perak motorcycle with a price tag of Rs. 1.97 Lakh. It is available in 1 variant and 1 colour. Powered by a 334 cc bs6 engine, the Jawa Perak has a 6 Speed gearbox. The Jawa Perak has Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes along with ABS. Over 81 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Jawa Perak.

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1.97 Lakh*
*Ex-showroom price in Delhi
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Key Specs of Perak

Engine334 cc
Power30. 64 PS
Torque32. 74 Nm
Mileage34.05 kmpl
BrakesDouble Disc
Tyre TypeTube

Jawa Perak Highlights

If you’re planning to buy the Jawa Perak, check out its waiting period for February 2021.


Jawa commenced Perak deliveries from July 20, 2020. It was earlier scheduled to start delivering the bike from April 2 but had to rework the timeline due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can read more about the delivery details here. According to sources, Jawa could start exporting its motorcycles to Europe by the end of this year. Get more details here


Jawa Perak BS6 Price:

The Perak was launched in November 2019, the first anniversary of the brand’s revival in India. The Jawa Perak is priced at Rs 1,94,500 (ex-showroom Delhi), around Rs 11,300 more expensive than the top-end standard Jawa.  


Jawa Perak BS6 Features:

The Perak features an all-black paint scheme, a redesigned rear end, a single tan seat, low-set handlebars with bar-end mirrors, and a round LED tail light that’s neatly placed under the seat. 


Jawa Perak BS6 Engine:

The motorcycle is powered by a bigger 334cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder mill that produces 30.64PS and 32.74Nm of torque (1.74Nm more than before), mated to a 6-speed transmission with optimised gear ratios. It even gets custom-looking twin slash-cut road-legal exhausts.


Jawa Perak BS6 Suspension & Brakes:

The bike uses a double-cradle frame and conventional telescopic fork up front. However, it gets a different swingarm that resembles the Triumph Bonneville Bobber’s ‘swing cage’ unit to accommodate the monoshock at the rear. The Perak uses disc brakes at both ends with dual-channel ABS and Ceat Zoom Cruz tyres. 


Jawa Perak BS6 Competition:

Notable alternatives for the Perak include the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and the Benelli Imperiale 400 BS6. If you consider its price, it also competes against the Bajaj Dominar 400, Royal Enfield Himalayan and the KTM RC 200.

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Jawa Perak Price

The price of Jawa Perak starts at Rs. 1,97,487. Jawa Perak is offered in 1 variant - Perak STD which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1,97,487.

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Perak STD334 ccRs.1,97,487
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Jawa Perak Pros and Cons

Things We Like in Perak

  • The engine feels more easygoing than the shorter-geared classic Jawa.
  • Can cruise at 100kmph all day long with little to no vibes.
  • Suspension setup is on the firmer side but it does a decent enough job at filtering bumps.

Things We Don't Like in Perak

  • Build quality has improved compared to the BS4 Jawa, but it still feels a bit rough around the edges.
  • Riding posture feels a bit cramped for a 5’10” frame like mine.
  • The vanilla exhaust note and lack of modern features is a bit of a letdown.

Stand Out Features

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    The single-piece, low-slung floating seat coupled with its classic hard-tail design lends the bike a distinctive look.

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    Bar-end mirrors come as part of the standard equipment.

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    Twin slash-cut exhaust pipes add aesthetic appeal.

Perak Expert Review

Jawa makes some achingly beautiful motorcycles. Classic Legends really came through with these bikes, preserving the old school Jawa look to the T. Having said that, the Jawa and Jawa Forty Two had certain shortcomings which revolved around its overall build quality, its high-strung motor and more importantly, indefinite delivery timelines. 


So when the Perak came into the picture, we had our reservations. It’s taken over a year for us to get our hands on the bike, so you can understand we had good reason to approach it with a healthy dose of caution. Sure, as before, everything looks good on paper -- and dare we say, even in the flesh, this is one striking retro-modern motorcycle -- but there’s always more to the story than just first appearances, isn’t there? So we did the best thing we could: strap on our helmets and take it for an extensive shakedown.

Design and Features

The Perak looks drop dead gorgeous, there’s no doubt about it. And Classic Legends have gone to great lengths to ensure it has its own unique identity. So, it isn't just a nip-and-tuck job of the standard Jawa, injected with a bobber attitude. 


The double cradle frame is the same as the other Jawas, but the swingarm and the seat have been redesigned to suit the bike’s demeanor -- similar to the Triumph Bonneville Bobber’s ‘swing cage’ swingarm. This gives the bike its quintessential hardtail look. The side panels have been designed to sit flush with the sloped lines that flow from the fuel tank to the rear axle. 


Add a pair of chopped fenders, slash-cut exhaust, spoked wheels, a sinister colour scheme, and you have the perfect recipe for a bobber.


Having said that, we can't really move on without addressing the elephant in the room, and that's the overall build quality. It’s a known fact that Jawas in the past have suffered due to inferior build quality. That, to some extent, has been addressed with the Perak. It’s not that nicely put together though, and still feels a bit rough around the edges. Exposed wire harnesses stick out near the rear turn indicators, and the use of thin sheet metal for the fenders, materials used on the switchgear and just the overall touch and feel of the bike feels sub-par. 


Then there’s the fork sleeves which tend to scrape against the tyre with every suspension compression. The side stand is also positioned a little too inward and out of sight. While it fits flush and looks good in terms of aesthetics, it’s a bit inconvenient to get to. You're forced to look for the kick lever and inadvertently end up brushing your boot against the exhaust, thus leaving scuff marks. To add to this, the rubber insert on the gear shifter came off during testing. 


So we’d say Jawa still has a long way to go when it comes to build quality.

Engine and Performance



Jawa Perak

Jawa BS4


334cc, liquid-cooled, a 4-valve, DOHC

293cc, liquid-cooled, a 4-valve, DOHC

Bore X stroke

81mm x 65mm

76 x 65mm

Compression Ratio




30.64 PS








Slipper clutch






3.98 seconds

4.07 seconds


11.45 seconds

12.59 seconds

30-70kmph in 3rd gear

4.35 seconds

4.77 seconds

40-80kmph in 4th gear

5.54 seconds

5.09 seconds


The engine which nestles in between the dual-cradle frame is an absolute work of art but felt a little out of place on the classic Jawa in terms of engine characteristics. A high strung engine with short gear ratios meant you had to shift a lot quicker to keep the engine in its power band, which ate into the motorcycle’s charm. 


Thankfully, there are indeed some noteworthy improvements with the Perak. It’s slightly taller geared compared to its 293cc sibling, with better performance on tap. In essence, it’s a lot more usable. The motor uses a larger bore to extract 2.26PS and 4.74Nm over the BS4 Jawa. And that’s pretty evident in the real world. It’s not only quicker to get to 100kmph, but can maintain those speeds all day long with reserves of power still tucked away just in case you need it. This is despite weighing 5kg heavier than the BS4 classic Jawa and having a 25kg heavier test rider conducting the acceleration test this time round.


However, it is a tad slower in in-gear roll on accelerations compared to its younger sibling, so you may have to shift down a gear and plan your overtakes beforehand. The motor's Achilles heel is its low speed tractability. So you won’t be able to putter around in city traffic like most roadsters with loads of bottom end torque do. Even 50kmph seems almost impossible in sixth without some serious engine knocking. 


Don’t get me wrong, the motor is really likeable, and can outperform almost every other bike in its segment. But, it simply lacks personality. 


What’s also painful is the absence of the assist function on the slipper clutch, which leads to a rather heavy lever and an overworked forearm. Not something you’d want in everyday city traffic.  


Constant cold start issues may also eat into the bike’s overall riding experience. You run the risk of running the battery dry, which did almost happen with us once..



Jawa Perak

Jawa BS4

City FE



Highway FE



Fuel tank capacity

14 litres

14 litres

Expected range



The taller gearing on the Perak enables it to sit comfortably between 100-110kmph all day long. The engine feels smooth and almost vibe free at this point. Vibes do manage to creep through the handlebar and footpegs at around 80kmph, but settle down once you get past 90kmph. And they once again make their presence felt above 110kmph.


A larger bore extracting better performance does burn more fuel. Dial in the weight of the test rider (76kg) and the fact that Perak weighs 5kg more than the BS4 Jawa and the fuel efficiency figures we achieved makes more sense. The test rider on the older BS4 Jawa weighed in at just 51kg. 


Nonetheless, you can expect the Perak to deliver over 400km on a full tank of fuel out on the highway, a perfectly acceptable number.

Braking and Handling



Jawa Perak




Double cradle

Front suspension

Telescopic forks

Rear suspension

Monoshock, 7-step preload adjustable

Front brakes

280mm disc

Rear brakes

240mm disc

Front wheel


Rear wheel



The biggest difference between the Perak and the classic Jawa is its wheelbase -- the former is 116mm longer with chunkier tyres and a low centre of gravity, which translates to better stability on straights as well as corners. Despite the extra heft, the Perak feels extremely chuckable and composed over long, sweeping bends. Credit also goes to the Ceat Zoom tyres which provides a decent amount of feedback and eggs you push the bike harder. However, we wouldn’t go too crazy as the bike runs out of ground clearance at high lean angles. 


Contributing to its handling capabilities is its suspension setup. It’s on the firmer side but at no point felt jarring and uncomfortable. It feels pliant and filters undulations well. However, the short travel and quick rebound action on the springs tend to toss you off the seat on very poor roads.



Jawa Perak (dual-channel)

Jawa BS4 (single-channel)








The huge braking distances between the two models is glaringly evident but that’s mostly down to the setup. You see, the BS4 Jawa we tested featured single channel ABS in comparison to the Perak which uses twin discs and dual channel ABS. Thanks to this, the latter grinds to a halt sooner from 80-0kmph. The Perak could have posted even better numbers if it wasn’t for the ABS intervention, which is a little too sensitive and hence kicks in rather early. 


Nevertheless, the brakes offer good bite and progression through the levers, though they could have done with a bit more lever feedback.

Safety and Features

The Perak screams simplicity, so it isn't your contemporary features-packed, tech-laden motorcycle. The bike makes do with an analogue speedometer and fuel gauge. This is accompanied by a small digital inset for the odometer and other tell-tale lights which qualifies as the bare minimum. 


In our opinion, it could do with a larger display for better legibility. This could also help cram in more features like a tripmeter, gear position indicator, real-time fuel efficiency, average fuel efficiency, service indicator, distance-to-empty gauge and possibly a digital clock. Not to mention, Jawa could angle the console a bit towards the rider, making it a lot easier to read. With the current console, you’re literally forced to slouch over the handlebars to read any sort of information.

Jawa Perak User Reviews

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  • Not for all. It's make special

    It is not for all. Jawa makes this bike for some special one. It has great features.

    By lo munnabhai
    On: Aug 06, 2020 | 808 Views
  • India's first Stock bobber,.....

    India just got its very first Bobber style motorcycle, The mighty Perak has the capability to steal hearts, the road.....Read More

    By archit bajaj
    On: Aug 03, 2020 | 4657 Views
  • Ovarall very good.

    Very comfortable, good mileage, good looking, good show, good price, good style, good wheel, good head light.

    By subrata adhiary
    On: Aug 02, 2020 | 572 Views
  • Jawa the GÈM.

    Jawa the GÈM. Earlier I had Royal Enfield 350 so I sold my bike and take Jawa Perak. Pros:- Looks beautiful, very.....Read More

    By vikrant kerpal
    On: Jul 29, 2020 | 5887 Views
  • I am waiting for Jawa Perak

    I am waiting for Jawa Perak for 1 year. It is a low-cost bike in a bobber style. It is good for those who love riding.....Read More

    By sumanth raj
    On: Jul 23, 2020 | 1863 Views
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What is the exact on-road price of Jawa Perak?

The on-road price of Jawa Perak in Delhi starts at Rs. 2,23,644. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

Which bikes is better Jawa Perak or Royal Enfield Classic 350?

Jawa Perak price starts at Rs 1,97,487 ex-showroom and Royal Enfield Classic 350 price starts Rs 1.99 Lakh ex-showroom. Royal Enfield Meteor 350, Honda Hness CB350 on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What is the engine displacement of Jawa Perak?

The engine displacement of Jawa Perak is 334 cc

What is the Start type of this bike?

Jawa Perak has Self Start Only.

What is the Tyre Type of Jawa Perak?

Jawa Perak has Tube tyres.

How many silencer in Perak?

rajesh asked on 26 Apr 2021

Jawa Perak is powered by a bigger 334cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder mill ...

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By Bikedekho experts on 26 Apr 2021

Jawa Perak or RE Classic 350, which is better?

Musharaf asked on 18 Apr 2021

Selecting between the Jawa Perak and Royal Enfield Classic 350 would depend on ...

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By Bikedekho experts on 18 Apr 2021

How much speed one hour

Ravada asked on 4 Mar 2021

As of now, there's no update from the brand's end, though you can easily cruise ...

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By Bikedekho experts on 4 Mar 2021

Can i attached extra seat on this bike!!

acoustic asked on 18 Dec 2020

We have a dedicated article on this which you may refer for a better ...

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By Bikedekho experts on 18 Dec 2020

My height is 6 feet, Is Jawa Perak is best for me while riding?

Vikram asked on 12 Dec 2020

Jawa Perak offers a low seat height of 750 mm which will be fairly accessible as...

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By Bikedekho experts on 12 Dec 2020

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Jawa Bike Showrooms in Delhi

  • Cruise Automotive Pvt. Ltd

    4A/3 Near HDFC Bank Tilak Nagar, Delhi, 110018

  • Jawa Motorcycles Saket

    DSC 126 & 127 DLF SOUTH COURT A/1 Distric center SAKET,south delhi, Delhi, Delhi, 110017


    A-9 Gujranwala Town Part-1 , Delhi, Delhi, 110009

  • Jawa Motorcycles Jhandewalan

    65, Ground Floor, Rani Jhansi Road, Delhi, Delhi, Delhi, 110055

  • Kirat Sartaj Motors Pvt Ltd,

    Property No 383/10B , East Azad Nagar ,, Delhi, 110051

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