The new Jawa motorcycle gets powered by a 293cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with 27 horsepower and 28 Nm of torque. However, a different tuning has been applied to the engine, making it sound more like the original ones.
The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 gets propelled by a 349cc single-cylinder engine. 20.2 BHP and 27 Nm of torque are produced by the air-oil cooled motor. The engine’s key selling features are the upgraded SOHC and balancer shaft for quieter running and less vibration.
Another noteworthy feature of the new Jawa motorbike is the single-pod instrument cluster mounted on top of the front headlamps. The analogue instrument cluster has a speedometer and fuel gauge with traditional styling.
The model with the fewest features is the Royal Enfield Classic 350. The speed and odometer are the sole readings that an analogue instrument cluster displays. The motorcycle comes with a single-channel ABS as standard.
The Jawa Standard costs Rs 1,80,000 to Rs 1,90,000 and the Royal Enfield Classic costs between Rs. 1,50,000 and Rs. 2,00,000.
The Jawa Standard gets paired with a six-speed manual transmission. The engine, nevertheless, has undergone a new tuning process to make it sound more like the original ones.
The RC 390 is similar to some of the popular competition bikes available on the market because of its painted wheels and orange trellis frame. In contrast to the Jawa Standard, which is not strange, the RC 390, driven by a five-speed manual gear, appears silly.
With the addition of ABS, the new Jawa motorcycle gets a single-pod instrument cluster, a speedometer, and a fuel gauge of classic design are part of the analogue instrument cluster.
KTM 390 surpasses Jawa Standard in terms of features, functionality, and look. The motorcycle has inverted front forks, mono rear shocks, dual projector headlights (the Bullet has LEDs), LED DRLs, a digital instrument display, LED taillights, and turn indicators.
The KTM RC 390 costs roughly Rs. 2.1 lakhs whilst the Jawa Standard costs between Rs. 1,80,000 and 1,90,000.
A 293 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine powers the Jawa Standard, which gets connected to a 6-speed transmission. The engine can produce a power of 27.33bhp and 28.02 Nm torque.
The Meteor 350 gets propelled by a 349 cc air-oil cooled SOHC 4-stroke single-cylinder engine that cranks out a maximum of 20.48 PS and a maximum torque of 27 Nm. A 5-speed gearbox is in charge of the transmission.
The Jawa Standard has a twin shock hydraulic setup at the back and a telescopic hydraulic front fork. It gets constructed on a double cradle frame.
A dual cradle frame supports the Royal Enfield Meteor. The Meteor has twin tube emulsion shock absorbers with a 6-step adjustable preload in the back and telescopic front forks.
The price of Jawa Standard and Meteor is similar, at Rs 1,80,000 to Rs 1,90,000 and at Rs 1,70,000 to Rs 1,90,000 respectively.