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Royal Enfield Classic 350 vs Jawa Motorcycle

As we know the Royal Enfield has made a good reputation under 1-2 lakh in the cruiser segment. The most selling bike of Royal Enfield is Classic 350. The Classic 350 is available in four variant namely standard, Redditch Edition, Gunmetal Grey and Signals Edition. Recently, Jawa motorcycle has also come back with two new products namely Jawa and Jawa Forty Two. The Jawa motorcycle gets a retro-classic design, dual tone fuel tank etc. In the cruiser segment, Jawa motorcycle has been directly into competition with the likes of Royal Enfield Classic 350.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 vs Jawa Motorcycle

Now comparing the engine, Royal Enfiled is packed with 346cc four-stroke engine, which churns out 19.84 bhp of power. The company has claimed 35 Kmpl mileage on this version. Coming to Jawa 300 and Jawa Forty Two from Jawa Motorcycle, both the bikes features 293cc displacement engine, which gives out 27 bhp of power. The company claims approx 30-35kmpl mileage from these bikes.

Similar: Royal Enfield classic 350 Price In India – Mileage and Review

Now coming to colour and price, Royal Enfiled is available in eleven different shades which starts at INR 1.39 lakh to 1.62 lakh. On the other hand, Jawa motorcycle has decided INR 1.64 Lakh for Jawa with three colour option and INR 1.55 Lakh for Jawa Forty Two with six different shades.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 vs Jawa Motorcycle Specifications


Jawa Motorcycle

Royal Enfield Classic 350





4-Stroke, DOHC

4 stroke, Twinspark


27 BHP

19.8 BHP @ 5250 RPM


28 NM

28 NM @ 4000 RPM

Cooling System

Air Cooled

Liquid Cooled


Front- 280mm Disc

Rear- 153mm Drum

Front- 280mm Disc

Rear-153mm Drum/240mm Disc


Single Channel ABS

Single/Dual Channel ABS

Weight (kg)



Fuel Tank (litres)



Mileage (Kmpl)



Front Suspension

Telescopic Hydraulic Fork

Telescopic, 35mm Forks

Rear Suspension

Gas Canister Twin Shock Hydraulic

Twin Gas Charged Shock Absorbers


Std: INR 1.64 Lakh

Forty-Two: INR 1.55 Lakh

Std: INR 1.39 Lakh

Redditch Edition: INR 1.47 Lakh

Gunmetal Grey: INR 1.48 Lakh

Signals Edition: INR 1.62 Lakh



Honda CBR 250R ABS Price In India – Mileage and Review

Known as the best all-around bike in the 250cc segment, the fully faired Honda CBR 250R has received the needed update for the 2019 calendar year. The significant changes are cosmetic and can easily be observed in a glimpse. They are all LED headlamp setup, new colour schemes such as Mars Orange and Striking Green – with contrasting graphics. Furthermore, the options like Sports Red and Pearl Sports Yellow are already been provided by the bike maker.

Honda CBR 250R ABS Mileage, Review

Honda CBR 250R ABS Mileage, Review

Other evident features as new fitments include new instrument cluster, racing muffler, wider rear tyre, pro-link suspension and sporty cowl as well.

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Depending upon braking setup, the new CBR 250R is being provided in two variants. The standard rear drum brake variant is priced at INR 1.63 lakh. Whereas, the top end rear disc with dual channel ABS version is on sale at INR 1.93 lakhs. Both ex-showroom, Delhi.

Honda CBR 250R ABS Specification

Honda CBR 250R ABS Features

Built on a diamond frame, the CBR250R mounts on the telescopic front fork and rear monoshock. The bike is powered by similar 249 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled unit of the predecessor model. However, it has been made compliant with the BS-IV emission norms. The pumped out power and torque figures from the said mule are 26.5PS and 22.9Nm respectively that is transferred to the rear wheel via a mated six-speed transmission.

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