Yezdi launches three new motorcycles, prices start at Rs 1.98 lakh

By Karan Singh | on January 13, 2022

The Yezdi Roadster, Scrambler, and Adventure line-up will be available in showrooms, starting today.  

Yezdi is back! Yes, the cult classic brand from the 90s has been revived by Mahindra’s Classic Legends, and making up its model line-up are three brand new bikes —  the Roadster, Scrambler, and Adventure. As the names suggest, each one is suited to a different style of riding and has a specific feature set, powertrain tuning, and even slightly different underpinning. The most affordable of the three is the Roadster, followed by the Scrambler and the Adventure. Let’s talk about each motorcycle one by one. 

Yezdi Roadster

The Roadster is a cruiser-style motorcycle, and that’s pretty evident from its clean, classic styling. It gets twin-exhaust, a round headlamp, a roomy-looking dual-seat setup, and wide handlebars. The Roadster will be available in a Dark theme, which replaces almost all the chrome with matte black elements. There is also a Chrome theme on offer if you prefer some bling. Yezdi will also offer accessories for the Roadster, including different styles of mirrors and a tall windscreen.

Yezdi Roadster Dark Front Three Fourthjpg

The Roadster is based on a dual-cradle chassis, with a wheelbase of 1440mm, telescopic front forks with 135mm of travel, preload-adjustable gas-charged twin shocks at the rear, with 100mm of travel, and 175mm of ground clearance. The anchors comprise a 320mm disc up front and a 240mm disc at the rear, with dual-channel ABS. The braking system is shared across the three motorcycles. 

Yezdi Roadster Chrome Front

Powering the Roadster is a single-cylinder 334cc liquid-cooled engine, producing 29.2bhp @ 7300rpm and 29Nm @ 6500rpm, which is mated to a six-speed gearbox.

Other highlights include LED lighting and an LCD instrument cluster, with a tripmeter, range, and gear indicator. 

Yezdi Scrambler

Next in line is the Scrambler, which is noticeably more youthful in its appeal, thanks to a single-piece ribbed seat, upswept exhaust, spoke rims, a round LED headlamp, and funky colour schemes. 

Yezdi Scrambler Yellow Front Three Fourth

The Scrambler is also based on a dual-cradle chassis, although it has a shorter wheelbase of 1403mm. It is suspended by telescopic forks at the front with 150mm of wheel travel and gas-charged twin rear-shocks with 130mm of travel. It has 200mm of ground clearance and switchable ABS modes – Road, Off-road, and Rain.

The Scrambler, too, is powered by the same 334cc engine, although it has different tuning and outputs – 28.7bhp @ 8000rpm and 28.2Nm @ 6750rpm, which are sent to the rear wheel through a six-speed gearbox. 

Y Scrambler DualTone Side Profile

Its features include LED lighting and an LCD instrument cluster like the Roadster, but the Scrambler also has a handlebar-mounted USB Type-C port to charge your phone. 

Yezdi Scrambler Instrument Cluster

Yezdi Adventure

Finally, the Yezdi Adventure distinguishes itself with a taller stance, taller handlebars, spoke rims shod with knobby tyres, and pre-existing tubing to mount accessories like luggage, as well as mounting points to tie bungee cords.

Yezdi Adventure Front Three Fourth

The Adventure is underpinned by a dual-cradle chassis, with a wheelbase of 1465mm – the longest of the three – and gets long-travel (200mm) telescopic forks at the front and a preload-adjustable mono-shock at the rear, providing 180mm of wheel travel. The Adventure also boasts a ground clearance of 220mm.

The same 334cc engine does duty here too, however, it has been tweaked to suit the purpose of the bike. Here, it produces 29.8bhp @ 8000rpm and 29.9Nm @ 6500rpm, which are sent to the wheel through a six-speed gearbox.

YEZDI Adventure Rear

The Adventure is the most loaded in terms of kit. It features a tilt-adjustable LCD instrument cluster – to make it easy for riders to read while standing up and riding – with Bluetooth connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation. The Adventure can also be linked to the Yezdi Adventure app, which can be used for the aforementioned navigation and to see incoming calls and messages on your motorcycle. It can also record the trip data of the bike.  

Yezdi Adventure LCD Displau

The Adventure also gets LED lighting and three ABS modes – Road, Off-road, and Rain. There will also be a host of accessories on offer, which will allow you to customise the bike to your needs. 

Dealer network

The Yezdi range of motorcycles will be sold at Jawa dealerships across the country, which are currently being co-branded as Jawa-Yezdi dealerships. Yezdi will also host national-level rides in the future for customers, which will be under the new Jawa-Yezdi Nomads umbrella.

Yezdi 2022 range pricing

Now, in terms of pricing, the Roadster ranges between Rs 1.98 and 2.06 lakh (ex-showroom), the Scrambler is priced between Rs 2.04 and 2.10 lakh (ex-showroom), and the Adventure costs Rs 2.09 – 2.18 lakh (ex-showroom). Yezdi says that all three bikes will be available at dealerships, starting today, with units available for test rides as well as delivery, depending on demand and availability at dealerships in your area.

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