Jawa launched three all-new bikes in India and is expected to launch the Scrambler version in the future too
The legendary moniker of Jawa made a comeback to the Indian market earlier this month. Jawa has launched three all-new bikes in the market to cater to a large number of audience. There is Jawa 42, Jawa Classic and Jawa Perak in the Indian line-up of the brand.
However, a scrambler styled motorcycle was also expected by the enthusiasts and fans to take on the Royal Enfield’s upcoming Scrambler that has been spied testing on the Indian roads. However, Jawa did not launch any such product at the time of the launch. Here is a rendered image of how the Jawa Scrambler would look like if it gets launched in the Indian market at a later stage.
The Jawa Scrambler is based on the Jawa 42, which is the most affordable motorcycle in the Jawa line-up and is priced at Rs. 1.55 lakhs, ex-showroom, Delhi. The Scrambler version could cost around Rs. 10,000 more as it would get some extra features and would look quite different from the Jawa 42.
The rendered image creator of the scrambler version has used the parts of Ducati Scrambler in the Jawa 42 to give it the real scrambler look and feel. The front forks, rear fender and cowl are picked up straight from the Ducati Scrambler. The Jawa 42’s scrambler version also gets a different exhaust pipe, windshield, new handlebar, seat and more.
The Scrambler version of the Jawa 42 looks extremely good and looks much more practical than the regular model of the motorcycle. The Scrambler bikes are perfect for daily use and frequent highway tours. They offer a much-relaxed riding position and high ground clearance for rough roads.
Jawa currently offers three motorcycles in the market that serve the retro categories. The Jawa Bobber, in fact, looks extremely good and is the most affordable Bobber in the Indian market. All the three Jawa motorcycles take on the Royal Enfield models but are much cheaper.