Yezdi has introduced three brand-new motorcycles – Adventure, Scrambler and Roadster in the Indian market. These three motorcycles offer only a single variant but the prices differ because of the colour options. The most affordable Yezdi model starts at Rs 1.98 lakh and the most expensive one goes up to Rs 2.18 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. Here is an image gallery of three new motorcycles.
The all-new Yezdi Adventure will take on the Royal Enfield Himalayan.
The motorcycle offers 220mm of ground clearance, which is the same as the Himalayan.
Yezdi offers a three-step ABS system and both the wheels get a single disc brake.
The motorcycle comes with all-LED lighting and gets off/on road tyres.
It gets side panniers as standard.
Yezdi Adventure offers long-distance touring focussed features like the tall windscreen, handlebar protectors and more.
The rear gets all-LED lamps with luggage panniers.
The Yezdi Adventure offers the most sophisticated instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity to take calls during the ride and show turn-by-turn navigation as well.
The Scrambler is priced between Rs 2.05 and Rs 2.11 lakh, ex-showroom.
Even the Scrambler offers tyres of different sizes.
The front wheel is 19-inch and the rear wheel is 17-inch. Both are wire-spoke wheels.
Yezdi offers all-LED lighting with the Scrambler as well.
The motorcycle gets the iconic flowing Scrambler design with a single-piece seat.
It also offers disc brakes on both wheels but there is no adjustable ABS like the Adventure.
The front beak and the upswept exhaust sure look very unique
The Yezdi Scrambler gets exhaust canisters on both sides to add a retro look. Both the exhausts are working.
The circular all-digital instrument cluster is positioned in an offset way on the handlebar to recreate the iconic design.
The Yezdi Roadster is the most affordable motorcycle in the Yezdi line-up. It is also the only motorcycle to offer alloy wheels.
But Yezdi offers all-LED headlamps, indicators and tail lamps with the Roadster as well. The suspension come with gators and the engine get an all-black treatment.
The bike gets a uniquely shaped fuel tank with pads on the side. Even the handlebars get bar-end mirrors adding a classic look.
The motorcycle gets a biking fairing above the headlamp unit and the handlebar is not raised.
The Yezdi Roadster will take on the likes of Royal Enfield Himalayan in the Indian market. It is priced between Rs 1.98 lakh and Rs 2.06 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.