Jawa sold out till September 2019, deliveries to start by March 2019

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 24 Dec 2018

L-R: Jawa Perak, Jawa and Jawa Forty Two

Classic Legends, the new motorcycles OEM that recently relaunched the Jawa brand of motorcycles in India, has announced that it is sold out till September 2019. Online bookings are to close by midnight of December 25. Deliveries are set to start from March 2019 as per the booking sequence. The company is currently looking to establish more than 100 dealerships across the country by February 15.

Speaking about this huge demand for the Jawa bikes, Anupam Thareja, co-founder, Classic Legends said, “With such a tremendous response, it is my duty to inform the customers that we are sold out till September 2019 based on the current online bookings. Authenticity and honesty have been the hallmark of the brand. With such a large booking order, Jawa believes it is only fair to announce the waiting period for those with confirmed bookings. The current waiting period for online bookings already extends till September 2019. However, the deliveries will start from March 2019 as per the booking sequence.”

Anupam added, “The company will soon send out a communication directly informing every customer about their delivery timeline. We will work on ramping up our production to reduce the waiting period, but quality is paramount for us and we request patience and understanding from Jawa fans. The wait we promise will be worth it.”

Jawa Motorcycles is now focussing on its retail experience and continuing with the planned rollout of over 100 dealerships that are on schedule to be opened across the country by February 15, 2019.

Speaking on the network strategy, Anupam said, “Given the continued demand for bookings, all dealerships will be open for test rides and we would encourage our buyers to come experience the Jawas and build a relationship with us. While, the dealerships will continue to take bookings for deliveries beyond September, we believe it was our responsibility to transparently set delivery expectations for bookings done at dealerships. We invite customers to walk into our showrooms for further bookings.”

The company has already launched 10 dealerships across Pune (2), Bangalore (3) and Delhi (5).

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