BREAKING: Yezdi Adventure, Scrambler, Roadster Launched In India

Modified On Jan 13, 2022 03:23 PM By Praveen M. for Yezdi Adventure

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The iconic brand is back with a bang with bikes catering to three different kinds of riders

  • Bookings start from today, and deliveries from tomorrow.
  • The Yezdi Adventure starts from Rs 2.09 lakh, Scrambler from Rs 2.04 lakh, and Roadster from Rs 1.98 lakh (all ex-showroom Delhi).
  • All three bikes are powered by a 334cc single-cylinder engine tuned differently on each one.

Legendary retro motorcycle maker Yezdi is back with a bang, with not one but three bike launches in India. The Classic Legends-owned company has introduced the Yezdi Adventure, Scrambler, and the Roadster. The range-topping Adventure starts from Rs 2.09 lakh whereas the Scrambler and the Roadster are pegged at Rs 2.04 lakh and Rs 1.98 lakh (all ex-showroom Delhi) respectively. Take a look at the full price list:

Yezdi Bike

Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Starting Prices Of Rivals (ex-showroom Delhi)

Adventure

Slick Silver: Rs  2,09,900

Mambo Black: Rs 2,11,900

Ranger Camo: Rs 2,18,900

Royal Enfield Himalayan: 2,14,887


KTM 250 Adventure: Rs 2,35,000

Scrambler

Fire Orange: Rs 2,04,900

Yelling Yellow, Outlaw Olive: Rs 2,06,900

Rebel Red, Mean Green, Midnight Blue: Rs 2,10,900

Husqvarna Svartpilen 250: Rs 2,10,765 (ex-showroom Pune)


Honda CB350RS: Rs 2,01,239

Roadster

Roadster Dark - Smoke Grey: Rs 1,98,142

Roadster Dark - Steel Blue, Hunter Green: Rs 2,02,142

Roadster Chrome - Gallant Grey, Sin Silver: Rs 2,06,142

Royal Enfield Meteor 350: Rs 2,01,620

Bookings and test rides are open now, and the deliveries commences from today. Yezdi will be making use of Jawa’s dealership network, and the bikes will be sold alongside them. There’s a proper distinction between the two brands’ lineup, so chances of cannibalisation are minimised. 

Though the spartan-looking Yezdi Adventure is reminiscent of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, it gets quite a few modern touches including all-LED lighting, a tilt-adjustable digital instrument cluster with smartphone connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation, and handlebar-mounted USB and Type-C charging ports (standard on both Adventure and Scrambler). The tank braces and crash guards should help survive off-road shenanigans. The motorcycle features split seats with upright ergonomics, and is the only bike in the Classic Legends’ lineup to feature a single-port exhaust, as well as a bluetooth-connected digital instrument cluster with app connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation. Using the app, one can set routes, navigate, access live information, vehicle details and owner profile. The lighting system in the Yezdi Adventure (and the Scrambler) is all-LED. 

Likewise, the Scrambler also lives up to its name thanks to the umm, scrambler-esque design with easy-to-reach braced handlebars, a single-piece seat, spoke wheels and long-travel suspension. On the other hand, the Roadster’s styling is more along the lines of an urban cruiser, complete with a wide handlebar, contoured split seat, cushioned backrest, and fairly easy-going ergonomics. Both bikes get a single-pod multifunction LCD console. 

The Yezdi Adventure and the Scrambler get a different piston compared to the Roadster. The three bikes share a Jawa Perak-derived 334cc single, albeit tuned differently in all the bikes. The Roadster churns out 29.7PS and 29Nm whereas the Scrambler puts out 29.1PS and 28.2Nm. The go-anywhere Adventure churns out 30.2PS and 29.9Nm. All the three get a 6-speed transmission.

To help with its off-road credentials, the Adventure rides on a long travel fork and a rear monoshock (200mm front and 180mm rear wheel travel), linked to 21/17-inch spoke wheels with block pattern tyres. The Scrambler gets a fork and a twin rear gas-charged shock absorber setup, with slightly lesser wheel travel than the ADV (150mm front and 130mm rear), and rolls on 19/17-inch spoke wheels and block pattern tyres. 

Being a road-biased bike, the Roadster gets the least amount of suspension travel (135mm front and 100mm rear), and rolls on 18/17-inch alloys with road-centric tyres. Braking for all the three are via 320mm front and 240mm rear discs with dual-channel ABS enhanced by Road, Off-road and Rain modes. Shorter riders will find the Roadster accessible thanks to its 790mm seat and 184kg kerb weight. The Scrambler tips the scales at 182kg (kerb), and features a slightly taller 800mm seat. On the other hand, the top-of-the-line Adventure 815mm tall seat and weighs 188kg kerb.

Yezdi also offers a range of accessories including panniers, auxiliary lights, top box, jerry cans for the Adventure, and knuckle guards, headlight guards for the Scrambler, and fly screen for both Scrambler and Roadster. The Roadster also gets bar-end mirrors for extra sportiness. 

All in all, Yezdi’s new innings shows a lot of promise as its products are loaded with modern features, while retaining their retro flair. They’re also priced competitively enough to undercut their primary rivals, which should go a long way in grabbing the market share.

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