The New Jawa 350 launched in India at Rs. 2.15 lakh

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Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles has unveiled the novel Jawa 350 in the Indian market, carrying a price tag of Rs. 2.15 lakh (ex-showroom). Representing a substantial overhaul of the Jawa Standard, it commands a premium of approximately Rs. 12,000.

Jawa 350
Source – Jawa

The motorcycle’s most significant transformation lies in the substitution of the diminutive 294cc engine with a more capacious 334cc, liquid-cooled, solitary cylinder powerhouse, yielding 22bhp and 28.2Nm of peak torque. This unit harmonizes with a six-speed gearbox, complemented by an assist and slipper clutch.

Jawa 350
Source – Jawa

The bike’s dimensions have undergone considerable modifications. Notably, the ground clearance has ascended to 178mm, the seat height to 790mm, and the wheelbase to 1,449mm. For comparison, its forerunner boasted 165mm of ground clearance, a 765mm seat height, and a 1,368mm wheelbase. Concurrently, the bike’s weight has swelled from 182kg to 194kg, a consequence of adopting a novel dual-cradle chassis. Enhancing stability, the company has adopted broader tires – 100/90 section upfront and 130/80 section at the rear, maintaining an unchanged 18-17-inch diameter. The Jawa 350 incorporates a braking system comprising a 280 mm front and 240 mm rear disc, supported by dual-channel ABS.

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Design-wise, the Jawa 350 deviates subtly. Although the overall posture and silhouette remain largely unchanged, subtle alterations impart a more robust appearance. The tires have gained girth, both fenders are more pronounced, and the seat appears to feature a denser foam. Additionally, a new Mystique Orange paint scheme has been introduced while retaining the Maroon and Black trims.

Competing against the Royal Enfield Classic 350, Honda CB350, and the Benelli Imperiale 400, the Jawa 350 positions itself in the fiercely contested mid-capacity segment, aiming to fortify Jawa Motorcycles’ standing in the Indian market. The updated model commences at a base price of Rs. 2.15 lakh, signaling a Rs. 12,000 increment in the roadster’s price.

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