The Jawa motorcycle will be available in three colors – Jawa Black, Jawa Maroon and Jawa Grey. At the same time, Jawa 42 will be available in six colors. The Jawa bike gets rounded headlight, curved tank and flat seat. The Jawa motorcycle gets a single-channel ABS unit at the front.
Currently, there are 105 Jawa dealerships in India, with 75 more dealerships to be launched soon. The Jawa motorcycles will compete in the fast growing 250cc+ market in India. There are motorcycles in this segment like Royal Enfield 350, Bajaj Dominar 400, Honda CBR.
Jawa ceased operations in India in 1996 and has now relaunched its brand in India after 22 years. In 2016, Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) acquired a brand license to manufacture and sell Jawa motorcycles in the Indian sub-continent. However, the launch date of the nearly 90-year-old Czech brand was not clear at that time. After this, Anand Mahindra, executive chairman of Mahindra & Mahindra tweeted that Jawa motorcycles will re-enter India in 2018. Jawa entered the Indian market in 1961. At that time Jawa motorcycles were exported to 120 countries of the world.