As the dealerships officially open, Jawa Motorcycles has also shared a list of safety protocols that the company will be taking for customer and employee safety. The company will also offer test rides and delivery at your doorstep
Just last week we reported that a lot of car and bike-makers have resumed operations at their respective factories. With the government easing off the nation-wide lockdown in a phased manner, the automotive industry also seems to be restarting. Hero MotoCorp has started its retail operation with over 1,500 outlets. Jawa Motorcycles has also shared that they have also opened the doors of its retail outlets starting Saturday, 9th May 2020.
Along with the announcement on their official twitter account, the company also shared a list of 7 safety protocols that all its retail outlets have been instructed to follow. As you’d expect, at the top of the priority list is sanitisation of the dealership, test ride and display vehicles and service centres. Thermal screening is now mandatory for all employees and visitors. In line with the current social distancing norms, Jawa will encourage appointment-based visits. Dealerships will now accept digital documentation as well. And in the interest of the customers’ safety, Jawa will offer doorstep test rides and delivery of new motorcycles.
Jawa currently has three products on offer, the Jawa, the 42 and the more recently launched Perak. The company introduced the Perak in November last year, and right from the time it has been BS6 compliant. The BS6 iterations of the Jawa and the 42 were introduced in March. Jawa launched the BS6 Jawa between Rs 1.73-1.83 lakh subject to the colour. The 42, on the other hand, is priced in the Rs 1.60 lakh to Rs 1.74 lakh range. All prices ex-showroom.