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Based on the current status of online bookings, Classic Legends has confirmed that Jawa is sold out till September 2019. The company will stop taking online bookings from the midnight of December 25, and deliveries will begin from March 2019 onwards.

As mentioned earlier, deliveries for the Dual Channel ABS-equipped variants of the Jawa and the Jawa Forty Two will begin in June 2019. The said model is dearer by Rs 8942 and comes equipped with a rear disc brake and dual-channel ABS. You can read more about it in our detailed news report here.

The company also opened finance and exchange schemes for the new Jawa motorcycles. It promises to have 100+ dealerships by February next year. Currently there are 10 dealers across Pune, Bangalore, and Delhi.

Classic Legends’s co-founder, Anupam Thareja said, “With such a tremendous response, it is my duty to inform the customers that we are sold out till September 2019 based on the current online bookings. Authenticity and honesty have been the hallmark of the brand. With such a large booking order, Jawa believes it is only fair to announce the waiting period for those with confirmed bookings. The current waiting period for online bookings already extends till September 2019 however the deliveries will start from March 2019 as per the booking sequence. We will work on ramping up our production to reduce the waiting period, but quality is paramount for us and we request patience and understanding from Jawa fans. The wait we promise will be worth it.”

He further adds, “Given the continued demand for bookings, all dealerships will be open for test rides and we would encourage our buyers to come experience the Jawas and build a relationship with us. While, the dealerships will continue to take bookings for deliveries beyond September, we believe it was our responsibility to transparently set delivery expectations for bookings done at dealerships. We invite customers to walk into our showrooms for further bookings.”

Read more: Jawa, Jawa Forty Two First Ride Review