Updated Jawa 350 Launched At Rs 1,98,950: Gets New Variants, Colours And Alloy Wheels

  • Jun 25, 2024
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Jawa 350 Spoked Wheels

Quick Highlights

  • The Jawa 350 now gets a new alloy wheel variant and new colours

  • Alloy wheel variant gets tubeless tyres

  • The base variant with spoke wheels and solid colours is priced at Rs 1.99 lakh 

Classic Legends has given the Jawa 350 a host of new colour options and a new alloy wheel variant. These will be in addition to everything the bike got when it was launched first in January 2024. 

What’s New: Price, Wheels, Colours

Earlier the Jawa 350 was only available with spoke wheels in three chrome colours (maroon, black, & orange), and was priced at Rs 2.14 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new white with chrome colourway makes the bike look more elegant, just like the rest of the chrome colours, while the new solid, single-tone colours give the bike a more understated look. 

 Here’s a complete breakdown of all the variants, colours, and prices: 


Jawa 350 Colours


Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Single-tone (new): Obsidian Black, Grey, Deep Forest

Spoke wheels

Rs 1,98,950

Dual-tone: Maroon, Black, White (new), Mystique Orange

Rs 2,08,950

Single-tone: Obsidian Black, Grey, Deep Forest

Alloy wheels (new)

Rs 2,14,950

Dual-tone: Maroon, Black, White, Mystique Orange

Rs 2,23,950

What’s Unchanged: Mileage, Performance, Handling

The Jawa 350 is powered by a 334cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that makes 22.57PS and 28.1Nm. It’s mated to a six-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch. The Jawa 350 can accelerate from 0 to 100kmph in 10.98 seconds and has a mileage of 32.03kmpl in the city and 28.32kmpl on the highway (all figures tested in the real world).

Jawa 350 gets new colours and variant


It has a 35mm telescopic fork and 5-step preload-adjustable twin shock absorbers. While the front fork is quite pliant and does its job of absorbing bumps well, the rear shocks are a bit firm.

The brakes are a 280mm front disc and a 240mm rear disc, both of which have a good bite and progression. Even in the new alloy variant, the wheel sizes remain the same, 18-inch front and 17-inch rear, but these have now been fitted with tubeless tyres which allow for quick repairs in case of a puncture. That said, the alloy wheel variants are more expensive than the spoked wheel ones.

Jawa 350 has two colour types: solid & chrome

With a 790mm seat height, the Jawa 350 offers an easy-to-access seat for almost everyone, and even getting your feet down won’t be a task. That despite a decent 178mm ground clearance which should allow you to glide over some of the tallest bumps without having to worry about scraping the belly. 

Jawa 350 Rivals

The Jawa 350 rivals the Royal Enfield Classic 350, which is priced from Rs 1,93,080 to Rs 2,24,755 (ex-showroom, Chennai) and also the Honda CB350 and the Honda H’ness CB350, which are priced from Rs 1,99,990 to Rs 2,16,356 (ex-showroom, Delhi).


It was high time the Jawa 350 got the alloy wheel update. When it was launched earlier this year, the 350 was better armed to take on the Royal Enfield Classic 350 but the thorn in the Jawa’s flesh was the lack of alloy wheels, which its ‘royal’ rival has been sporting for quite a while. Now with the launch of the new colours and the alloy wheels, the Jawa has a more affordable starting price that puts it in a price band that’s quite close to the Classic 350.

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