The Yezdi Adventure, Scrambler, and Roadster motorcycles share many features but are designed for different types of buyers.
Yezdi Motorcycle began delivering its three newly launched models, the Adventure, Scrambler, and Roadster, on Sunday. The three retro-themed motorcycles combine the charm of vintage Yezdi motorcycles with modern elements.
All three Yezdi motorcycles are aimed at different types of Indian buyers. The Yezdi Adventure is an adventure tourer designed for riders who want to experience the thrill of long-distance offroading while also being able to ride on regular roads. The Yezdi Scrambler is designed for offroading enthusiasts, while the Yezdi Roadster is designed for long-distance cruising.
The Mahindra Group-owned Classic Legends has brought Yezdi Motorcycle back to India after a 26-year absence.
Jawa showrooms across India are selling Yezdi motorcycles, which have been remodelled to accommodate the new brand and motorcycles. Along with Jawa and BSA, this is the third iconic brand under the Classic Legends umbrella.
The Yezdi Adventure costs 198,142 dollars (ex-showroom), while the Yezdi Scrambler costs 204,900 dollars (ex-showroom), and the Yezdi Roadster costs 209,900 dollars (ex-showroom).
These three custom motorcycles have different looks, but they share a lot of the same components. The platform, engine, and gearbox are the most common components among them. A 334 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-stroke DOHC engine paired with a six-speed transmission powers the Yezdi motorcycles. These three models, however, produce different amounts of power and torque.
Thirty are produced by the Yezdi Adventure.
The Yezdi Scrambler produces 29.1 PS of power and 28.2 Nm of torque, while the Yezdi Scrambler produces 2 PS of power and 29.9 Nm of torque. The Yezdi Roadster, on the other hand, produces 29.7 PS and 29 Nm of torque.