Even the name has changed, from the Indian Jawa 300 (the motorcycle has the nickname CL in the Czech Republic) to the Jawa 350. This modification clearly indicates that the motorcycle received a power unit with a larger volume.

Specifically, it is an engine from the Pérák model, i.e. a liquid-cooled four-stroke single cylinder with a volume of 334 cubic centimeters. But the unit in the new Jawa 350 has lower compression compared to Pérák – and therefore less power and torque.

While the Pérák offers 22.5 kW and 32.7 Nm, the modern Indian-spec bike delivers a maximum power of 16.6 kW and a maximum torque of 28.1 Nm. The engine is connected to a six-speed gearbox.

But there are also other significant changes. For example, the Jawa 350 received a longer swingarm with a different angle of inclination. Thanks to this, the wheelbase has increased significantly – from 1,370 to 1,449 mm. The manufacturer also added new shock absorbers, one centimeter wider tires in the front and back, or a higher seat with better padding.

There are three color combinations on offer, all featuring a chrome tank and gold detailing. The Maroon version follows the classic Javanese red, the Mystique Orange bets on an interesting orange shade, and the Black version offers a rich black color.

We have not yet confirmed whether the spiritual successor of the legendary kejvačka will reach the Czech Republic. However, since the Czech company Jawa Moto, based in Týnec nad Sázavou, offers the previous version of the Jawa 300 (CL), we can assume that the Jawa 350 (CL) will also be available. It’s just that it will take some time, mainly due to homologation…

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