Jawa 42 Tawang Edition launched, limited to 100 units


Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles has launched a new special edition Jawa 42 motorcycle. It is called Jawa 42 Tawang Edition and it is exclusively for customers in Arunachal Pradesh and adjacent areas. However, it is limited to 100 units and it is already sold out. Cost of Jawa 42 Tawang Edition ¥20,000 more than the standard Jawa 42 in Arunachal Pradesh.

Jawa did not make any mechanical changes to the 42 Tawang Edition.
Jawa did not make any mechanical changes to the 42 Tawang Edition.

For extra money, customers can get a bronze medal, a custom helmet and a riding jacket. This special edition also bundles accessories such as headlight grilles, handlebar mirrors, rear grab bars and crash shields.

The Jawa 42 Tawang Edition is based on the Jawa 42 Sports Stripe Allstar Black. Jawa said the Tawang version was inspired by the mythical wind horse Lungta, which is part of the region’s lore and symbolizes prosperity and good luck. The motorcycle features Lungta graphics on the fuel tank and front fenders, and inscriptions inspired by the region on panels around the bodywork. Each motorcycle also receives a uniquely numbered bronze medallion to mark the special edition unit.

The Jawa 42 Tawang Edition is limited to 100 units.

The Jawa 42 Tawang Edition is limited to 100 units.

The Jawa didn’t make any mechanical changes. As such, it retained the 293 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine. It produces a peak torque output of 26.95 horsepower and 26.84 Nm. It is equipped with a 6-speed gearbox.

Marking the occasion, Mr. Ashish Singh Joshi, Chief Executive Officer of Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles said, “As motorcyclists, we have always fallen in love with the breathtaking scenery and breathtaking roads of Arunachal Pradesh. Rich in culture and relevant Legends make the journey rich and that’s why we launched the Jawa 42 Tawang Edition. Ronda symbolizes happiness and we hope that riding here will be a fulfilling experience for everyone. Hidden in every The corner riding rewards make this a haven for every Javanese and Yezidi rider in the country.”

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The special edition motorcycle was unveiled at the Torgya Festival in Tawang by Mr Tsering Tashi, MLA, Tawang Province, Arunachal Pradesh, Mr Sonam Chombay, Commissioner CM, and Mr Oken Tayeng, Chairman, NE Chapter, Association of Adventure Tour Operators of India. Officials also handed over special edition motorcycles to selected customers.

First published date: Jan 24, 2023 at 12:49pm CST


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