Jawa Yezdi ShowroomThe three new Yezdi motorcycles will be launched today – In adventure, scrambler and cruiser format
Following revival of Jawa brand in 2018 and more recent BSA Motorcycle brand with the new Gold Star 650 roadster, Mahindra owned Classic Legends is now set to re-introduce the Yezdi brand in India today. Three new bikes under Yezdi brand will mark their entry into the country on January 13, 2022 and are expected to be called Yezdi Adventure, Yezdi Cruiser and Yezdi Roadking Scrambler.
Even as the company has not revealed any official details of these upcoming bikes, Yezdi has shared multiple teasers over the last few days. Now, Co-founder of Classic Legends, Anupam Thareja has shared the first look of new Jawa Yezdi showrooms. The image is of Yuvraj Motors in Thane. This was previously an exclusive Jawa dealership, but has been modified ahead of Yezdi launch.
Jawa Yezdi Showroom First Look
Just like the above showroom, all Jawa showrooms across India will be modified to sell Yezdi motorcycles as well. Along with the Jawa Yezdi showroom photo shared by Anupam, he also stated, “My kinda brotherhood. Jai and Veeru are back tomorrow!”
The three upcoming Yezdi bikes will pertain to different segments. Yezdi Adventure will compete against the RE Himalayan while Yezdi Scrambler could take on Jawa 42, Honda CB350 RS and soon to be launch Royal Enfield Hunter. Yezdi cruiser will rival both the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 and Classic 350.
Yezdi Adventure Motorcycle – Render
Along with the three new motorcycles from Yezdi, Classic Legends will now have 6 motorcycles to offer in total. 3 from Jawa and 3 from Yezdi. All six motorcycles will be sold under the same roof – via the extensive dealership network across India.
Yet to be officially unveiled, spy images show off some of the features on these upcoming Yezdi bikes. The Yezdi Adventure looks nearly identical to the Himalayan at first glance. It could sport long travel suspension along with a tall windscreen, spoked wheels and upright handlebars. It has also been spied with cylindrical turn signal, a raised front fender, rear view mirrors and split seats along with grab handles and knuckle guards.
The Cruiser could get forward positioned foot pegs, high mounted handlebars and lower seating position for a more relaxed ride. It will also receive a slim fuel tank, rounded head and tail lamps and telescopic front forks along with two side mounted rear shocks. No details of the upcoming Yezdi Scrambler were revealed.
2022 Yezdi Roadking Scrambler – Render
Jawa Perak Sourced Engine
The new Yezdi motorcycles are set to be powered by the same engine that is seen on the Jawa Perak Bobber. This 334cc single cylinder, liquid cooled engine makes 30 hp power and 32.74 Nm torque and gets mated to a 6 speed gearbox. The Yezdi bikes could get a slipper and assist clutch.
Suspension could include telescopic fork in the front and monoshock at the rear with preload adjustability. Roadking scrambler could include 17 inch wheels at both ends while the Yezdi ADV could get larger 19 inch wheels at the front fitted with dual purpose tyres. Dual-channel ABS is expected to be offered as standard. Yezdi motorcycles prices will be released today, expected to be priced in the Rs 2 lakh range. More
Jawa Yezdi ShowroomThe three new Yezdi motorcycles will be launched today – In adventure, scrambler and cruiser format
New Jawa Cruiser TestingClassic Legends is getting ready to have multiple new launches in 2022 – Two new motorcycles under Yezdi and Jawa brands are expected
After launching Jawa, Classic Legends is not getting ready to launch Yezdi in India. Jawa currently has 3 offerings – Jawa, 42 and Perak. In 2022, Jawa is expected to get two more motorcycles under its brand name – one of them will be a cruiser, which has been spied testing quite often in the past few days.
The latest spy shots of Jawa Cruiser are credit to automotive enthusiast Aditya Puranik. A total of two test mules of the Jawa cruiser were spotted. These new spy shots reveal the riding stance of the upcoming Jawa cruiser in detail.
2022 Jawa Cruiser
Speaking of its styling, the motorcycle gets a neo-retro design with prominent elements such as a round headlamp, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, circular rearview mirrors, broad fenders and a wide saddle. Other highlights will include a small flyscreen upfront and fork gaiters.
Like most cruisers, the Jawa cruiser will have a low-slung stance and ergonomics of the motorcycle would ensure a relaxed and comfortable ride thanks to a low seat and a tall and wide handlebar. Interestingly, the Jawa cruiser spied, does not have forward-set footpegs. They seem to be in the same position as found on the current Jawa and 42 motorcycles.
New Jawa Cruiser Testing
Jawa Cruiser Expected Specs
Powering the upcoming Jawa cruiser could be a 334cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, DOHC engine that currently powers Jawa Perak. This same engine is also expected to propel other upcoming motorcycles from Classic Legends. On the Perak, this motor dishes out 30 bhp and 32.74 Nm of peak torque and will be paired with a 6-speed gearbox via a slipper and assist clutch.Familiar hardware configurations will be employed on the upcoming cruiser.
Suspension duties will be carried out using conventional telescopic forks at front and twin shock absorbers at rear. Braking duties will be handled by single disc brakes at both ends which will be aided by a dual-channel ABS.
In terms of other features, the Jawa cruiser can offer all-LED lighting and a semi-digital instrument console. Details are too thin at the moment to speculate an exact launch timeline or expected price of the bike. Hopefully, Classic Legends throws some light on its upcoming projects in the near future.
Yezdi Debut 13th Jan 2022
While details about Jawa cruiser launch are awaited, Classic Legends has confirmed that the Yezdi brand will make its official debut on 13th Jan 2022. It is on this day that the new Yezdi Roadking and its Adventure version are also expected to debut.
Yezdi has released a matrix-themed teaser in which the silhouette of the iconic Roadking is seen. The short 14-second teaser doesn’t let out any other significant information. Roadking could be an rival to upcoming Royal Enfield Hunter 350. Pricing could be in the Rs 2 lakh range. More details at the official launch event next month. More
2022 Jawa Cruiser 350 – RenderUpon its launch, the Jawa cruiser will directly lock horns with Royal Enfield Meteor 350
Classic Legends has its hands full as the company is currently at war footing to revive two iconic brands BSA and Yezdi. At the same time, the bikemaker is also focussing on expanding its lineup under the Jawa brand. The next big launch from the Jawa portfolio is expected to be a cruiser.
This cruiser has been spotted on multiple occasions in recent months and it has now been digitally rendered by design artist Pratyush Rout. The motorcycle is expected to share its underpinnings with Perak which is a bobber-style cruiser. However, the upcoming bike shown in the images below represents a more conventional cruiser.
2022 Jawa Cruiser 350 – Rendered Design
The illustration shown has been created on basis of the spy shots which have emerged online recently. As usual, Classic Legends have adopted a retro styling for the cruiser with highlights such as a round headlamp, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank and circular rearview mirrors. In line with the spied test mules, the bike in this digital illustration gets broad rear fenders.
Other styling highlights such as round taillamp and turn indicators, fork gaiters and split-style seats give the motorcycle a modern classic appeal. The design artist has incorporated some special touches in order to lend the cruiser a distinct identity. For starters, the fuel tank flaunts the signature Jawa insignia with a 3D emblem. The side toolbox panel features three stripes and a ‘350’ numerical signifying its engine size.
2022 Jawa Cruiser 350 – Render
While fuel tank and side panel have been painted deep red, rest of the parts including mechanical components, running gear and exhaust have dipped in black colour which ensures a sporty dual-tone theme. Unlike the current Jawa models, the upcoming cruiser will only get a single exhaust pipe.
Although it is unlikely to be a proper conventional cruiser, it is deemed to offer comfortable riding ergonomics thanks to a tall and wide handlebar, a low saddle and centre-set footpegs. The bike is seen standing on black multi-spoke alloy wheels of different sizes. The rear tyre seems fatter than the front which should aid long-distance cruising.
The thick padding of foam under the seat should further enhance riding pleasure. Since ride comfort is an optimum priority in this class of motorcycles, the Jawa cruiser is expected to be softly sprung. Suspension duties are expected to be handled by conventional telescopic forks at front and dual shock absorbers at rear. Braking duties will be taken care of by single disc brakes at both ends aided by dual-channel ABS.
Expected Powertrain Specs
The upcoming Jawa cruiser is expected to be powered by a 334cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, DOHC engine. This unit also propels Perak and pushes out 30 bhp and 32.74 Nm of peak torque in the bobber. The motor will be paired with a 6-speed gearbox via a slipper and assist clutch. More
Modified RE 650 image for reference. Credit – Neev MotorcyclesBSA Gold Star derives inspiration from original 350cc/500cc Gold Star that was a popular choice in 40s-50s in UK
As part of its plan to expand its global footprint, Classic Legends recently unveiled all-new Gold Star in UK. It is possible that the bike may be launched in India at a later date. BSA Gold Star will primarily rival Royal Enfield Interceptor 650. The latter has significant fan following, both in India and overseas markets.
BSA has potential, as the brand is loved by many enthusiasts in European countries, especially UK. To understand how their rivalry may take shape, here’s a quick comparison between BSA Gold Star vs. Royal Enfield Interceptor 650.
Royal Enfield 650 Vs New BSA Gold Star – styling and features
Both bikes have retro styling with features such as round headlamp with chrome accents, round rear-view mirrors, circular instrument pods, wide handlebar and teardrop fuel tank. Metallic finish has been used on parts such as engine and exhaust. Both bikes use spoke wheels for enhanced retro feel.
Overall, BSA Gold Star has proportionately higher focus of retro styling in comparison to Interceptor. For true-blue retro enthusiasts, BSA Gold Star could be the preferred option. Interceptor is relatively tilted towards a contemporary look and feel, which appeals to younger audiences.
Royal Enfield 650 Twins Vs New BSA Gold Star
In terms of comfort, both bikes have ergonomically placed handlebar and centrally placed footpegs. Gold Star could do slightly better, as it has wide and longer seat. At 780 mm, seat height of Gold Star is lower in comparison to 804 mm of Interceptor. As compared to upswept exhaust of Interceptor, Gold Star’s straight exhaust reveals its road-biased character.
Gold Star vs. Interceptor 650 engine and specs
In terms of performance, there’s not much difference between the two bikes. BSA Gold Star is powered by a 652cc motor that generates 45 bhp of max power at 6,000 rpm and 55 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. It is mated to a 5-speed transmission.
Interceptor 650 has a 648cc parallel twin motor that makes 47 bhp at 7,150 rpm and 52 Nm at 5,250 rpm. It is mated to a constant mesh 6-speed transmission. An additional gear on Interceptor can allow the bike to perform better while cruising on wide open roads.
New BSA Gold Star 650
As there’s no significant difference in power and torque, users are unlikely to feel any major change in ride dynamics. Power to weight ratio should also be close, as there’s only 4kg difference in weight. Gold Star is lighter at 198 kg, as compared to 202 kg Interceptor.
Suspension and braking configuration are quite similar. Both bikes have 41mm telescopic forks at front and twin rear shock absorbers with preload adjustability. 320 mm front disc is common whereas rear brakes are 255 mm on Gold Star and 240 mm on Interceptor. Dual-channel ABS is common as well.
Gold Star has 18-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels, shod with Pirelli Phantom Sportscomp 100/90 and 150/70 tyres, respectively. Interceptor has 18-inch wheels at both ends, shod with Ceat Zoomcruz 100/90 and 130/70 tyres, respectively. More
New Jawa Cruiser Spied by SourabhJawa is working on launching two new motorcycles – One of them is a traditional cruiser, which has now been spied again
Classic Legends is aggressively working on expanding its lineup across various brands. The company will be introducing multiple new models under new brands like Yezdi and BSA in the near future. Meanwhile, the Mahindra-owned company is also developing new bikes under the pre-existing Jawa brand.
Rekindled in late 2018, Classic Legends currently retails models such as Jawa Standard, Forty-Two and Perak under the Jawa brand. The bikemaker will soon launch a cruiser motorcycle under the Czech-origin brand which has been spotted testing on roads recently on a few occasions.
Upcoming Jawa Cruiser Motorcycle – Design
The latest spy shots show the test bike under complete camouflage which mimics retro-inspired styling. This is testified by highlights such as a round headlamp, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, spoke-styled alloy wheels, a compact windscreen and fork gaiters.
It also flaunts a wide rear fender and a comfortable saddle. In fact, the pillion seat seems roomier than Standard and Forty-Two. The latest spy shots are credit to automotive enthusiast Sourabh. The test motorcycle was spied near Pune in Maharashtra.
New Jawa Cruiser Spied
The upcoming Jawa cruiser looks similar in size to Perak and might share the same underpinnings as the single-seater bobber. Most of the key components and running gear like engine casing, leg guard, frame, dual-pipe exhaust and spoke-styled alloy wheels have been blacked out which should lend a sporty appeal with a dual-tone theme.
Based on variants and colour schemes, these components could be offered in chrome. From the images, we get to see typical cruiser-style ergonomics with a wide and tall handlebar and slightly forward set footpegs that should offer a comfortable riding posture suited for long-distance cruising. The thick padding of foam under the seat should further enhance riding pleasure.
Exp Engine, Specs
The Jawa cruiser could borrow its powertrain from Perak. The 334cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, DOHC engine pumps out 30 bhp and 32.74 Nm of peak torque. This motor is linked with a 6-speed gearbox. Suspension duties will be handled by conventional telescopic forks at front and twin shock absorbers at rear. Anchorage will be taken care of by single disc brakes at both ends aided by a dual-channel ABS.
New Jawa Cruiser Spied
Coming to features, the new Jawa cruiser would get an inverted analogue speedometer with a digital odometer as seen in current Jawa models. Other features such as an LED headlamp with LED DRLs should also be on offer. It might not be offered with high-tech features.
Upon its launch, the new Jawa cruiser will directly compete against the likes of Royal Enfield Meteor 350. It is possible that this motorcycle could be positioned over Perak as a flagship model in the Jawa lineup. Exp price could be in the Rs 2 lakh range, ex-sh. More
Yezdi Roadking Adventure MotorcycleUpon its launch, the upcoming Yezdi adventure bike based on Roadking will directly take on Royal Enfield Himalayan
Having sorted out critical supply chain issues in its production, Classic Legends is now looking to expand its portfolio with a variety of new models under different brands. These include the Yezdi Roadking scrambler and an adventure bike based on the same. The latter has been spotted testing once again, but this time fully undisguised.
New Yezdi Roadking Adventure motorcycle was recently spied on the outskirts of Pune, where it was getting shot by camera crew for its official TVC. Launch is expected to take place sometime next year. As mentioned earlier, the motorcycle is based on the forthcoming Roadking scrambler and hence shares many commonalities with its sibling. That said, both bikes get distinct individual styling.
Yezdi Roadking Adventure Motorcycle – ADV styling
The motorcycle gets a typical adventure tourer design with a neo-retro styling. Some highlights include a round headlamp, a tall windscreen, a signature ADV beak, a raised tail section and multi-purpose tyres. Unlike the scrambler, the adventure bike boasts of a single-sided upswept exhaust canister and different radiator shrouds in comparison to current Jawa models.
The upcoming adventure tourer and Roadking are expected to be based on a new architecture accompanied by a higher load-bearing rear subframe which will give the motorcycle a taller stance and an upright seating posture. The wide split seats, centre-set footpegs and a tall handlebar should offer comfortable riding ergonomics.
Yezdi Roadking Adventure Motorcycle
Yezdi Roadking Adventure Motorcycle was seen carrying pannier mounts and saddle stays at rear and vertical stays adjacent to the fuel tank enhancing its touring credentials. The vertical metallic stays also double up as protection bars for the fuel tank, engine and radiator. Further, the bike features a large metallic underbelly bash plate that looks beefier than its Jawa cousins.
Hardware Specs & Features
With all metal protection parts installed, we can expect the Yezdi ADV to surpass the 200kg mark kerb weight. The motorcycle rides on 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wire-spoked wheels shod with dual-purpose tyres. Suspension duties will be handled by conventional telescopic forks at front and a mono-shock with preload adjustability at rear.
Anchorage will be taken care of by disc brakes on both ends with calipers from ByBre. In terms of features, Yezdi ADV will be equipped with all-LED illumination including taillight, turn indicators and headlight and a fully digital instrument console nestled in a rally-style robust casing.
Upcoming Jawa Cruiser, Yezdi Roadking Scrambler also spied
Expected Powertrain Specs
The upcoming adventure bike is expected to be powered by a 334cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor which currently propels Jawa Perak. This unit cranks out 30 bhp and 32.74 Nm of peak torque while being paired with a 6-speed gearbox. It is expected to hit markets by the first half of next year and could be priced aggressively around Rs 2.0 lakh (ex-showroom).
2022 Yezdi Roadking Scrambler and AdventureWith Yezdi, Mahindra-owned Classic Legends will have more ammo to take on rivals like Royal Enfield
After Jawa, Classic Legends is all set to bring back another iconic brand – Yezdi. Manufactured during the 70s to 90s, a number of Yezdi motorcycles were on offer such as Roadking, Classic, CL II, Deluxe, Monarch and Yezdi 175.
Initially, the company will be launching two motorcycles, a scrambler and an adventure bike. Roadking scrambler will primarily challenge upcoming Royal Enfield Hunter whereas its ADV sibling will rival Himalayan. Both bikes have modern-retro profile with features such as round headlamp and rear-view mirrors, tear-drop shaped fuel tank, and spoke wheels.
2022 Yezdi Roadking Adventure Video
Roadking scrambler has a sleek single seat, rear tyre hugger and dual rear shock absorbers. Its ADV sibling packs in features such as large windscreen, raised front fender, dedicated luggage racks at front and rear, split seats and engine and radiator guard.
With the additional equipment, Roadking ADV appears larger than the scrambler. It also appears to be using a larger front wheel, most likely a 19-inch unit. The rear wheel is a 17-inch unit. In comparison, the scrambler will have 17-inch wheels at both ends. Roadking ADV has swingarm rear suspension. Both bikes will have standard telescopic forks at front.
In terms of styling, both bikes are expected to get sporty graphics. It will primarily be seen on the fuel tank, as these bikes have bare minimum body panels. Expect the bikes to be offered in sprightly colour options.
A white coloured Roadking ADV was recently spotted that had banded graphics on the fuel tank. Winged Yezdi logo along with engraved ‘Legendary Yezdi’ badging further enhance the bike’s look and feel.
Yezdi Roadking engine
Both Yezdi Roadking and ADV are likely to borrow the 334 cc engine from Jawa Perak. The liquid cooled, single-cylinder, DOHC motor generates max power of 30.64 ps and peak torque of 32.74 Nm. It is linked to a constant mesh 6-speed gearbox. However, the engine can be tweaked to suit specific needs of both these bikes.
2022 Yezdi Roadking Adventure
Comparing to rivals, upcoming Royal Enfield Hunter will be using the new 350cc engine. This was first introduced with Meteor 350 and recently with all-new Classic 350. It makes 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm. It is mated to a 5-speed constant mesh transmission. In case of Himalayan, the engine used is a 411cc, SOHC, air cooled motor. It makes 24.3 ps and 32 Nm.
Just like Jawa, enthusiasts are eagerly waiting to witness the resurrection of Yezdi motorcycles. If things work out as expected in terms of design, performance and pricing, Yezdi bikes could become just as popular as their counterparts from Royal Enfield. Both Yezdi bikes are expected to be launched soon. They could be priced anywhere between Rs 1.75 lakh to Rs 2.10 lakh. More
New Jawa Cruiser. Image – IamabikerWith growing popularity of Jawa motorcycles, there’s scope to introduce more products in 350cc segment
Mahindra-owned Classic Legends is working on an aggressive portfolio expansion strategy that will give rise to new Jawa motorcycles as well resurrected brands such as Yezdi and BSA. Jawa range will soon be expanded to include a new cruiser bike. This has been spotted multiple times on road tests near Pune, Maharashtra.
Jawa cruiser styling and features
Latest spy shots reveal the front, top and side section of new Jawa cruiser. Retro flavour is evident in the round headlamp, bar-end round rear-view mirrors, and tear-drop turn indicators. The bike has a chubby profile, as is evident with the rounded fuel tank and side panels. Other key features include compact windscreen, fork gaiters, spoke-styled alloy wheels, engine and leg guard and dual exhaust pipes.
Most of the key components have been blacked-out such as engine casing, frame, exhaust, alloy wheels, and rear suspension. Based on colour options available at the time of launch, some of these components could have a metallic finish.
Users can expect comfortable rides on Jawa cruiser, as it has upright, ergonomic riding stance. Footpegs are slight forward set, which should ensure optimal leg comfort even for taller riders. Wide handlebar will ensure hands can stay rested without any discomfort even during long distance touring.
New Jawa Cruiser Spied
The single-piece seat appears to pack in thick padding, which should further enhance riding pleasure. The seat is pretty wide as well, possibly larger than that of current breed of Jawa motorcycles. The seat will offer optimal comfort for both rider and pillion.
In terms of features, Jawa cruiser will be getting an inverted speedo. Existing Jawa bikes already have this feature. Other contemporary features could include LED headlamp with LED DRLs. Bluetooth-based connectivity features could also be on offer.
Jawa cruiser engine and specs
It is likely that Jawa cruiser will be using the 334cc motor that is currently used with Perak. The liquid cooled, single cylinder, DOCH motor churns out 30.64 ps of max power and 32.74 Nm of peak torque. It is linked to a constant mesh 6-speed gearbox.
Suspension duties will be performed by conventional telescopic forks at front and dual rear shock absorbers. While alloy wheels will be standard, the bike could also be offered with spoke wheels. Braking system will have disc brakes at both ends. Dual-channel ABS will be offered as standard.
Jawa cruiser bike may not have a direct rival at the time of its launch. In terms of its pricing, it will continue to rival the existing range of Royal Enfield motorcycles. In the long-term, Jawa cruiser can face competition from new 350cc bikes being readied by Royal Enfield. Honda has also set aggressive plans for this segment. It too can introduce new bikes to rival Jawa cruiser. More
Upcoming Yezdi Motorcycle RenderFirst official teaser of upcoming Yezdi motorcycles is now out – Officially shared by Jawa
Classic Legends are planning to ramp their production capacity as the Mahindra-backed motorcycle manufacturer looks to launch new models in the coming future. The company currently retails only three models under the Jawa brand which include Jawa Classic, Perak and Forty-Two.
Apart from Jawa, the bikemaker is planning to resurrect other iconic motorcycle brands such as Yezdi and BSA. Speculated test prototypes of both brands have already been spotted on a few occasions in the recent past. However, Classic Legends hasn’t fixed a specified launch timeline for the upcoming new models.
Jawa Motorcycles Announces Yezdi
Yezdi Official Teaser
Classic Legends is getting ready to revive yet another iconic motorcycle brand. After successfully reviving Jawa in Nov 2018, the Mahindra backed company is now getting ready to unveil new gen Yezdi motorcycles in Nov 2022. Upcoming Yezdi motorcycles have been spied testing on public roads.
Jawa Motorcycles revealed the official social media handles of reborn Yezdi. It is at these new Yezdi social media accounts, the teaser has been released. Though there is no announcement of date, it is expected to be unveiled this month.
Look who’s back? .#YezdiForever #Y #Yezdi #YezdiMotorcycles #YezdiRoadking #RetroCool pic.twitter.com/NXgMcXW7AT
— yezdiforever (@yezdiforever) November 10, 2021
New Yezdi Motorcycles
Yezdi Roadking name has already been registered in India. The first two motorcycles from Yezdi are expected to be Roadking scrambler and its adventure variant. Both these motorcycles have been spied testing together. In fact, the Yezdi Roadking Adventure was recently spied undisguised.
Yezdi Roadking ADV Render
Challenges Faced by Classic Legends
Ever since it made its return to the Indian market in late 2018, Classic Legends has been facing serious supply chain issues which have kept it busy. The company says that it has ironed out these issues and is now ready to expand sales with the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic being subdued to a great extent. Meanwhile, the bikemaker has also increased its footprints across the country.
When the pandemic struck the country early last year, Classic Legends had a total of 188 dealerships across India which now stands at 257 dealerships. The company intends to expand the number of dealerships to 300 by the end of December this year and grow to 500 by the end of next year. The first 100 dealerships were more urban-centric and since then more dealerships have come up in the smaller towns.
While Classic Legends has refused to divulge details of its sales volume generated in 2021, according to the data provided by Federation of Automobile Dealers Association (FADA), the manufacturer has registered a sales volume of over 11,520 units during the period between April and September in the current fiscal year. Retail sales data does not have sales of four markets including Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Lakshadweep.
As mentioned earlier, Classic Legends will be ramping up the production at its manufacturing facility based out of Pithampur in Madhya Pradesh which is owned by Mahindra & Mahindra. The company is ready to make investments required for making changes to this manufacturing plant. The 300cc Jawa models go up against the likes of Royal Enfield models like Meteor 350 and Classic 350, Honda H’Ness CB350 and CB350RS, and Benelli Imperiale 400. More