The Jawa 42 Bobber, the newest product from Classic Legends, was just introduced in India and is available in three colors. Additionally, the cost will vary depending on the paint option you select. Jawa has introduced the 42 Bobber with a price starting at Rs 2.06 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It incorporates a few aesthetic, mechanical, and electronic changes while utilizing Perak’s engine and most of its design elements.
It is powered by the same liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine, which generates 30.64hp and 32.64Nm of torque as the Perak. Three colors are available for the 42 Bobber: Mystic Copper ($2.06 lakh), Moonstone White ($2.07 lakh), and Jasper Red ($2.10 lakh) (Rs 2.09 lakh).
Jawa 42 Bobber: Specifications, Design, And Engine
The Jawa 42 Bobber, despite looking much more like the Perak bobber, incorporates aesthetic cues from both that vehicle and the Jawa 42, a neo-retro roadster. The low-slung, single-seat design of the 42 Bobber maintains true to its moniker. The back fender looks almost comparable, although the front fender isn’t quite as cut as the Perak’s.
Both Jawa’s bobbers share a lot of bodywork, with the main differences being fuel tanks, lighting, and exhaust outlets. In common with the Perak, this vehicle is powered by a liquid-cooled 334cc single-cylinder engine that produces 30.64 horsepower and 32.64 Nm of torque.
The 42 Bobber features knee recesses in the fuel tank, a small luggage rack on the rear fender, a newly designed 2-way adjustable seat, a revised headlamp shroud, and different instrumentation, among other variations.
Jawa states that the adherence system has also been improved to provide a better feel and feedback. In addition, the suspension settings have been changed to provide the rider with better comfort. Except for its taillamp, which is different from the Perak’s, the Jawa 42 Bobber has LED illumination and a negative LCD.
Jawa 42 Bobber: Cost And Competitors
Depending on the color picked, the Jawa 42 Bobber ranges in price from Rs 2.06 lakh to Rs 2.09 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), and the top model costs the same as the Perak. Its blacked-out twin, the Jawa Perak, is its lone competitor due to its singular layout.