Yezdi Adventure Bike Spied Without Camo Ahead Of Launch

Modified On Jan 13, 2022 05:43 PM By Praveen M. for Yezdi Adventure

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Expect Yezdi to launch the terrain tamer this month

[UPDATE: Yezdi has launched three new bikes in India, including the Roadster, Adventure and the Scrambler. Full details in our launch story]

  • The Yezdi ADV comes with a similar spartan design as the Royal Enfield Himalayan.
  • Latest test mule features a range of company-fitted accessories.
  • Expect Yezdi to price the bike at around Rs 1.9 lakh-2 lakh (ex-showroom).

The Yezdi adventure bike has been spotted yet again. But in a first, it’s been seen without any camouflage, presumably for an ad shoot.  The motorcycle is also loaded to the brim with accessories with ‘Yezdi’ branding. Expect the bikemaker to launch the motorcycle this month, likely at an ex-showroom price of around Rs 1.9 lakh-2 lakh.

Now without the camouflage, the overall design of the adventure bike has an uncanny resemblance to the Royal Enfield Himalayan. That said, it has modern elements such as an all-LED lighting, a TFT instrument cluster (presumably with smartphone connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation), and more importantly, a liquid-cooled engine. Expect the heart to be the same as the Jawa Perak. In the bobber, it makes 30.64PS and 32.74Nm, but we hope Yezdi tunes the engine differently to suit the go-anywhere character of the ADV. 

Staying true to its adventure roots, it gets spoke wheels. The larger front wheel and  smaller rear unit are both wrapped with block pattern tyres. Also on offer is a gaitered long-travel front fork and rear monoshock, and disc brakes at both ends. 

The test mule features hand guards, a tall windshield, dual jerry cans mounted on either sides of the fuel tank brace, a beefy crash guard, and hard case panniers with saddle stays. You can also see Yezdi-branded riding gear in the background. Expect the company to offer these and more as optional extras. The motorcycle will go up against the Royal Enfield Himalayan, and the KTM 250 Adventure. Another more affordable -- though significantly more off-road ready, albeit underpowered-- alternative would be the Hero XPulse 200 4V.

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