The new Jawa 42 Tawang edition has been unveiled by JawaYezdi Motorcycles in India. To honour the natural splendour and lively culture of the Northeast, this edition has been released particularly for Arunachal Pradesh and the surrounding area.
At the Torgya Festival in Tawang, the Jawa 42 Tawang edition was introduced, and a few units were distributed to clients. It should be noted that there will only be 100 available. At first sight, the bike appears to be the same as the basic trim, but there are minor cosmetic upgrades. The Lungta emblem, a legendary wind horse that represents prosperity and good fortune, is perched on the fuel tank and fender of the vehicle.
Additionally, each unit is identified by a special numbered bronze medallion and inscriptions that are inspired by the Northern-Eastern region.
The Tawang edition’s mechanical aspects are unaltered. A 293cc liquid-cooled engine producing 26.95bhp and 26.84Nm powers it. A six-speed gearbox handles the transmission’s functions. Regarding the bicycle’s components, it has a single disc at each end and rides on a set of 18-17-inch alloy wheels that are suspended by telescoping forks and dual springs. You can choose between a single-channel or dual-channel ABS arrangement for the motorcycle.
The Jawa 42 Version 2.1 costs Rs 1,94,142, whereas the Tawang edition is roughly Rs 20,000 more expensive (ex-showroom).