Jawa Motorcycles released two new colors to commemorate India’s victory in the 1971 war against Pakistan as part of Swarnim Vijay Varsh. Jawa will now offer two special colors, Khakhkee and Midnight Grey, which are inspired by the military. The Jawa special edition is priced at 1.93 lakh rupees (ex-showroom), which makes it about 15,000 rupees more expensive than the 42 models and 6,000 rupees more expensive than the Jawa.
Customers can book special edition motorcycles online on the company’s website. The new color options come with many subtle enhancements that make the model unique. All chrome-plated drill bits are treated in matte black, including the headlight frame, front fork, engine, and dual exhaust silencers. Both colors have a matte finish and look great on bicycles. However, what makes this model special is the three-color pattern on the fuel tank and the logo of the Indian army.
You will also receive a badge that reads “Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Victory in the 1971 War”, followed by “1971-2021 Special Edition”. Maximum torque of 27.02 Nm. The engine is paired with a 6-speed gearbox. Other mechanical drill bits also remain unchanged, including telescopic front forks, rear double shock absorbers, front 280 mm disc brakes, and rear 240 mm disc brakes. Special edition motorcycles only offer dual-channel ABS.
This bicycle has 18-inch front tires and 17-inch rear tires. 2021 is the 50th year of the war, and the new colors are a model to the Indian armed forces. The Indo-Pakistani War in 1971 fought on both the east and west fronts at the same time. It lasted 13 days and was one of the shortest wars in history. It led to Bangladesh’s independence after Pakistan’s surrender, which was then called East Pakistan. During the war, more than 3,000 people were killed in the Indian army and more than 10,000 were injured.