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Yezdi launch Adventure, Scrambler and Roadster motorcycles for 2022

Classic Legends and Yezdi have just announced three new bikes to hit the market in 2022, the Yezdi Adventure, Yezdi Scrambler, and Yezdi Roadster

Yezdi launch Adventure, Scrambler and Roadster motorcycles for 2022

THERE has been a lot of chatter about Yezdi in the last 12-months, and finally, we see the re-emerging brands first products come to fruition.

Under the stewardship of Indian brand Classic Legends, the company is launching itself into the hyper-competitive retro motorcycle market, as it looks to take on the might of Royal Enfield, the recently revived BSA, and Classic Legends' other nameplate, Jawa.

Under the umbrella of Mahindra and with all its manufacturing might at its disposal, Yezdi has managed to bring not one, but three new motorcycles to the Indian market. An adventure bike for the rough stuff, a scrambler for the hipsters, and a roadster for blasting down a B-road.

Yezdi Roadster

Powering all three bikes is a 334cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine. The bore of each is the same 81x65mm, although each seems to have a slightly different tune. The Roadster makes a claimed 29.7ps and 29Nm, while the Scrambler makes 29.1ps and 28.2Nm, and the Adventure (the heaviest of the three) makes a claimed 30.2ps and 29.9Nm.

Yezdi Scrambler

Yezdi Scrambler

Like the engine, the chassis and dimensions of each vary slightly, with varying wheelbases, seat heights, ground clearances, and fuel tank capacities across the three machines.

Yezdi Roadster, Scrambler, Adventure, specs

Model

Engine

Power

Torque

Wheelbase

Seat

Fuel

Weight

Roadster

334cc

29.7ps

29Nm

1440mm

790mm

12.5l

184kg

Scrambler

334cc

29.1ps

28.2Nm

1403mm

800mm

12.5l

182kg

Adventure

334cc

30.2ps

29.9Nm

1465mm

815mm

15.5l

188kg

Yezdi launch Adventure, Scrambler and Roadster motorcycles for 2022

Could Yezdi launch in the UK?

Currently, the brand has only launched in India, although the recent rejuvenation of the BSA brands by Classic Legends and Mahindra could mean that one day the bikes land on these shores.

Should that be the case, the retro motorcycle market in the UK would be extremely strong, with Yezdi and the brands mentioned above all bringing interesting, varied, and budget-friendly bikes to the market.

Yezdi Adventure

Yezdi Adventure

And while we are talking about the price, we can glean an idea of the cost from checking out the launch price in India. The Roadster is the cheapest of the three, and that has a sticker price of ₹1,98,142. That roughly equates to £1,900. For that price in India, you could also buy a Royal Enfield Meteor 350 – give or take a few Rupees. In the UK the Meteor 350 is going to set you back £3,879, pointing to the Yezdi (presuming it is launched in the UK at some point) coming in somewhere around that mark.

For more information, head to: www.yezdi.com

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