One of the most prominent names from the motorcycle world of yesteryears, Yezdi has made a commendable comeback by not one or two, but three different motorcycles in the same price bracket. All the three motorcycles from Yezdi – Roadster, Scrambler and Adventure – are powered by a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 334cc engine, which produces different power and torque figures in all three motorcycles. The next question which might pop in the mods of a lot of people is how the three motorcycles sound when revved. We have got our hands on a video, which solves this query pretty well.
In a YouTube video uploaded by “91 Wheels”, we can see all the three motorcycles from Yezdi being revved gently, with all of them having their exhaust notes. The video starts with Yezdi Adventure, which is the only motorcycle of the three to get a single exhaust. However, it sounds the throatiest of them all. The next comes the Roadster, which has a dual exhaust setup, and produces the calmest note when revved. The Scrambler, given its sporty aura in its visual appeal and performance, produces a heavier base than that of the Roadster.
Yezdi Motorcycles to sell alongside Jawa line-up
All the models from Yezdi will be sold across all the authorized dealer outlets of Classic Legends, which already are responsible for selling Jawa motorcycles in India. All these three motorcycles have completely different appeals catering to different sets of audiences. Apart from the engine, all three motorcycles get the same rounded LED headlamp and tail lamp and a fully-digital rounded instrument console.
The Yezdi Roadster is the most affordable model from the reborn iconic brand, the prices of which range between Rs 1.98-2.06 lakh. The engine here produces 29.7 bhp of power and 29 Nm of torque. ON the other hand, the Yezdi Scrambler is priced between Rs 2.05-2.11 lakh, with its engine producing 28.7 bhp of power and 28 Nm of torque. The range-topping Yezdi Adventure has its prices ranging between Rs 2.10-2.19 lakh, and its engine claims to power and torque outputs of 29.8 bhp of power and 29.9 Nm of torque.
All three motorcycles get a different set of wheels and tyres suiting their riding characteristics. The Yezdi Roadster is introduced for those who wish to have smooth urban commutes and occasional long trips, while the Yezdi Scrambler is purely for an unadulterated sporty riding experience. The Yezdi Adventure, as the name suggests, is an adventure tourer designed for long trips on both smooth tarmacs and off-road trails.