• 2022 Yezdi motorcycle range launched at ₹ 1.98 lakh onwards

Yezdi’s portfolio includes Adventure, Roadster and Scrambler

Mahindra owned Classic Legends brings Yezdi back to the Indian market. It will be offered in three variants, with prices starting at Rs 2.09 lakh for the Adventure, Rs 1.98 lakh for the Roadster and Rs 2.04 for the Scrambler (ex-showroom). All three models get modern features like LED headlamps and tail lights along with retro-styled turn indicators. They also get an LCD display console with all the basic readings, while the Adventure gets some features under its sleeves with a viewing angle tilt feature and Bluetooth connectivity for turn-by-turn navigation. All three motorcycles will have the same braking setup too, with a 320mm disc at the front and a 240mm disc at the rear with three ABS modes- road, off-road and rain set for rear.

Yezdi Roadster is a road-focused variant that takes its inspiration from the iconic Roadking. It is powered by a 334cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that produces 29.7PS and 29Nm. All models will feature a six-speed gearbox .The Roadster features touring styled rider seat, 17mm of ground clearance and a 12.5-litre fuel tank.

As the name suggest, Yezdi Scrambler is dual-purpose motorcycle, it gets a tall handlebar, a 19-inch wire-spoke front rim and 200mm of ground clearance It will feature a 12.5-litre fuel tank and wears the dual exhaust look as the roadster and has the same 334cc engine that makes 29.1PS and 28.2Nm.

Then there is the Adventure motorcycle riding 21-inch/17-inch wire-spoke rims and has 220mm of ground clearance. It also gets a bigger 15.5-litre fuel tank and touring accessories like hard luggage panniers and top-box and jerry can mounting points. Out of the three, the Adventure tuned to produce the most power with 30.2PS and 29.9Nm.

The Yezdi range will bring new competition to an already established market with manufacturers like Royal Enfield, Honda and others. The Roadster will take on motorcycles like Benelli Imperiale 400, Honda H’ness CB350, Jawa Forty Two and Royal Enfield Meteor 350. The Scrambler will compete against the likes of Honda CB 350 RS and the Adventure takes on the Royal Enfield Himalayan.

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