There are two versions – the basic 650 OHC and the more stylish 650 OHC Sport, which is distinguished by, for example, a drop-shaped tank, higher mudguards (the front one is adjustable) or handlebars with a bar, which is complemented by a stylish protective cover with the Jawa logo. With these elements, the machine builds on the success of Czechoslovak motorcycles at the famous Šestidenní.
The standard Jawa 650 OHC starts at Rs 139,700 CZKthe Sport version costs 143,700 CZK. For both models, you can pay extra for a rear carrier (CZK 2,000), a rear trunk (from CZK 1,800 depending on the specific version) and a set of front protective frames (CZK 2,950).
Other elements are also available for the default OHC – a set of side carriers (CZK 5,500), side cases (from 5,000 CZK) and a red or black front mask (2,490 CZK).
The novelty is powered by a four-stroke single cylinder with a volume of 644 cm³, cooled by oil and air. The highest power reaches 29.4 kW (equal to 40 hp) at six thousand revolutions, and the maximum torque of 50 Nm, which is available at 4,500 revolutions per minute, looks fun. There are disc brakes on both wheels, there is also ABS.
The seat is 780 mm high, the operating weight is 181 kg, and the tank can hold thirteen liters of fuel (the manufacturer claims a consumption of 4.2 liters). Maximum? With the new Jawa 650 OHC you can go up to 150 km/h.
|Jawa 650 OHC technical data|
|Motor||four-stroke single cylinder|
|Engine capacity||633 cm³|
|The highest performance||29.4 kW at 6000 rpm|
|Front suspension||telescopic fork 41 mm|
|Front brake||disc 320 mm|
|Rear brake||disc 240 mm|
|Seat height||780 mm|
|Operating weight||181 kg|
|Tank volume||13 l|
|Consumption||4.2 l/100 km|
|Maximal speed||150 km/h|