Jawa Achieves 50,000 Motorcycle Sales Milestone In India
The brand delivered 2,000 Peraks this festive season
Looks like Classic Legends is picking up the slack by amping up production for the Indian market. It sold 2,000 Peraks this festive season and also capitalised on the demand for the Jawa and Jawa Forty-Two. Classic Legends today announced it has crossed the landmark 50,000 units sales milestone for Jawa Motorcycles. Interestingly, this figure has been achieved in just 12 months of full operations.
The surge in demand isn't just limited to India. Classic Legends has also started exporting the first batch of Jawas, Jawa Forty-Twos and Peraks to Europe and Nepal. It’ll be interesting to see how the bike is received overseas and how it adds to the brand’s monthly sales tally.
The Perak is currently the only affordable factory custom bobber in India. It gets a single-piece seat and a sinister matte black livery. It’s powered by a larger BS6-compliant 334cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, which makes 30.64PS and 32.74Nm -- 0.2PS and 1.74Nm more than the outgoing model.
Jawa's been working on ramping up production of its motorcycles owing to strong demand. The company's new 'zero inventory' status should hopefully reel in more sales in the coming months.