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The Wait Is Finally Over Folks: YEZDI Brand Resurrected With Three New Motorcycles

All three motorcycles - Roadster, Scrambler and Adventure are powered by the same 334cc, single-cylinder engine with different states of tune

Classic Legends has re-introduced the Yezdi brand in India with three new motorcycles in different segments to take on the Royal Enfield.

Yezdi Roadster, Scrambler and Adventure will arrive in the showrooms today and will sell alongside the Jawa Motorcycles. The new Yezdi range starts at Rs 1.98 lakh and goes up to Rs 2.19 lakh.

Yezdi Adventure

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The motorcycle offers an all-digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth and turn-by-tun navigation

The Adventure is the flagship motorcycle of the brand and it is the most expensive too with pricing starting at Rs 2.1 lakh and going up to Rs 2.19 lakh. There is a single variant but the price difference is due to the choice of colour.

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It offers same wheel size and ground clearance as the Himalayan

The Yezdi Adventure offers long-travel 200mm suspension at the front and 180mm at the rear. It is the only Yezdi motorcycle to come with a mono-shock. The motorcycle is a direct rival to the Himalayan and offers the same 21-inch front and 17-inch rear tyres with wire-spoke wheels. Even the ground clearance of 220mm is similar to the Himalayan.

The motorcycle is designed for adventure and long-distance touring and offers features like on/off-road tyres, a front fender with beak, a tall windscreen, and more. It gets all-LED lighting and a digital instrument cluster as well. The digital instrument cluster offers turn-by-turn navigating and Bluetooth connectivity that allows the answering of phones. USB port, Type-C charging, and saddle stay as standard. The 334cc single-cylinder engine produces a maximum power of 29.8 Bhp and a peak torque of 29.9 Nm.

Yezdi Scrambler

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It offers a single piece seat with wire-spoke rims

The Scrambler is priced between Rs 2.05 lakh and Rs 2.11 lakh. The bike is aimed at the youngsters with a Neo-retro design for soft-roading. The Scrambler also comes with wire-spoke rims and with a beak front fender. Yezdi has used chrome on the fuel lid and it gets a flowing design with a curved single-piece seat.

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The Scrambler also offers a digital instrument cluster positioned in an offset

Even the Scrambler gets an all-LED lighting and an all-digital instrument cluster that is in an off-set position. The bike offers different rim sizes just like Adventure and gets the same wheels as well. On the Scrambler, the same 334cc unit produces a maximum power of 28.7 Bhp and a peak torque of 28.2 Nm.

Yezdi Roadster

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Yezdi has used chrome all over the Roadster to make it appealing

The Roadster is the entry-level motorcycle of the Yezdi line-up and gets a price tag of Rs 1.98 lakh that goes up to Rs 2.06 lakh as per the color you choose. The Roadster is a cruiser-styled motorcycle with minimal bodywork. Yezdi offers a circular all-LED LED headlamp and taillamp with the Roadster. Just like the other motorcycles, the Yezdi Roadster also offers an all-digital instrument cluster. The Roadster will take on the Royal Enfield Himalayan and the Honda H’ness CB350.

Do you think the new Yezdi line-up will challenge the Royal Enfield motorcycles successfully? Let us know in the comments below.

Shantonil Nag
Shantonil Nag
Often living out of suitcases, driving one car after the other to bring you the latest in terms of reviews, opinions and photographs, this man even holds a Guinness record for the longest drive in India without repeating the route. If you don't find him reviewing a car or motorcycle, you'll spot him heading to the hills. An in-house Himalaya expert, putting a car through its paces on desolate mountain roads is what thrills him the most.  Read full bio

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