Jawa's first showroom opens in Pune

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 15 Dec 2018


Classic Legends launches the first of its two Jawa Motorcycles dealerships in India at Pune. These outlets are the first among the 100+Jawa Motorcycles dealerships that are on schedule to be opened across the country. With the outlets becoming fully operational, customers in Pune can now book and test-ride the iconic Jawa and Jawa Forty two motorcycles. The dealerships have been opened in Baner& Chinchwad.

Boman Irani, chairman and MD, Rustomjee along with Ashish Joshi, CEO, Classic Legends inaugurated the showrooms.

Speaking at the inauguration, Boman Irani, said, “It gives me great pride to inaugurate Classic Legends first Jawa Motorcycles dealership in Pune. Jawa Motorcycles has enjoyed a huge fan following through and it was a historic moment for us when we brought Jawa back in India last month. We are quite upbeat to offer these classics to the motorcycle enthusiasts in the country.”

Ashish Joshi, added “This was the right timing to have come up with this range of motorcycles, as the Indian premium motorcycle market is not only growing but also evolving in consumer tastes and preferences. At our recently concluded Jawa Experience media ride program in Udaipur we have received rave reviews as a testimony to our efforts in building both these motorcycles.”

The company says the Jawa and Jawa Forty Two break cover as the brand’s new torchbearers, bringing back the classic appeal of Jawa with a retro-cool twist. An all-new 293cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, DOHC engine placed within a double cradle chassis is tuned to bring out the better handling and stability, making the new Jawa a true modern classic.

The Jawa and Jawa forty two are priced at Rs 165,000 and Rs 156,000 respectively (ex-showroom, Pune). The bookings can also be done through the company’s website as well as the showroom.

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