Jawa 300cc motorcycle that is set to make its debut on 15th November has finally been revealed through some spy images. Take a look at the pictures and if you are a Jawa fan, you will surely feel delighted as the upcoming model will retain the design and styling cues from the original Jawa. The new Jawa 300cc bike will come with a rounded headlamp up front just like the original bike. The test mule in the pictures is wrapped in camouflage and hence, the exact details are not visible properly. As one can see in the images, the new Jawa gets a disc brake up front along with a drum brake at the rear. While an ABS ring is not visible in the images, the bike will most likely come with the said safety equipment, all thanks to the Government of India safety mandate. The test mule gets wired wheels at both ends and a significant amount of chrome is expected to have been used at some places apart from the twin exhaust set up.
Engine details of the upcoming Jawa motorcycle have already been revealed officially by the manufacturer a few weeks back. The 293cc, single cylinder liquid-cooled engine on the Jawa will be good for churning out a maximum power output of 27 hp along with a peak torque of 28 Nm. The gearbox on this one will be a six-speed unit. The company had stated that the bike will have a generous mid-range and the engineers have made sure that the new Jawa model will have the same exhaust note as the original model in order to give that original feeling to the rider.
The new Jawa is expected to have a retro-looking twin dial analog instrument cluster for a proper old school feel. The suspension system of the motorcycle comprises of conventional telescopic forks up front along with twin gas charged shock absorbers at the rear. Reports on the internet suggest that there will be three variants of the Jawa 300cc motorcycle that will make their debut on 15th November, a day after Royal Enfield will launch its highly awaited 650 twins in India. A lot of hype and buzz is surrounding the upcoming Jawa 300cc bike, so stay tuned with us for all the action.
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