The same 334cc single-cylinder engine with a 4V head and liquid cooling does duties on all Yezdi motorcycles launched in Nepal
Mahindra-owned Classic Legends have revived the Yezdi brand along with Jawa. Yezdi’s resurgence mainly targets Royal Enfield’s lion’s share in classic and retro motorcycle segment. For Nepal, Classic Legends have partnered with Agni Moto Inc Pvt Ltd, a subsidiary of Agni Group as authorized distributor.
Yezdi’s entire portfolio is launched in Nepal. We’re talking about Roadster, Scrambler and Adventure motorcycles. Agni Moto priced NPR 9.16 lakh for Roadster, NPR 9.4 lakh for Scrambler and NPR 9.98 lakh for Adventure.
Yezdi Motorcycle Range Launched In Nepal
Today’s currency exchange rates translate into an (ex-sh) price of Rs. 5.74 lakh for Roadster, Rs. 5.89 lakh for Scrambler and Rs. 6.26 lakh for Adventure. In comparison, Yezdi Roadster costs Rs. 2.01 lakh for Roadster, Scrambler costs Rs. 2.08 lakh and Adventure costs Rs. 2.13 lakh (ex-sh) in India. This is a perfect example of perks for domestic manufacturing.
All Yezdi motorcycles come equipped with the same 334cc single-cylinder engine. All three motorcycles get different tuning. In Nepal, Roadster generates 29.23 bhp and 29 Nm, Scrambler develops 29.1 bhp and 28.2 Nm and Adventure kicks out 30.2 bhp and 29.9 Nm. These performance figures are in the same ballpark as we get in India. Yezdi equips all its motorcycles with a 6-speed gearbox, a 4V head and a liquid-cooling setup.
Even though the engine is liquid-cooled, Yezdi took the extra mile and added fins to its casing. Paying tribute to Yezdis of the yesteryear, which is nice attention to detail. All motorcycles get LED lighting all around, a fully digital instrument cluster, 320mm front and 240mm rear disc brakes with dual-channel ABS. Only Scrambler and Adventure get Bluetooth connectivity.
Style & Substance
The neo-retro design theme is present across the portfolio. Elements that amplify this are round headlights, minimal body panels, fins on its engine and more. Yezdi Roadster gets 18” front and 17” rear alloy wheels, Scrambler gets 19” front and 17” rear wire-spoke wheels and Adventure gets 21” front and 17” rear spoke wheels.
Both Roadster and Scrambler get a smaller 12.5L fuel tank, but Adventure gets a larger 15.5L fuel tank. Rider’s triangle is different across Yezdi’s motorcycle lineup, suiting respective body styles.
Roadster gets Smoke Grey, Inferno Red, Crimson, Steel Blue, Hunter Green, Sin Silver and Gallant Grey shades. Scrambler gets Fire Orange, Outlaw Olive, Yelling Yellow, Bold Black, Midnight Blue, Rebel Red and Mean Green colours. That said, Yezdi only offers Adventure in Slick Silver and Mambo Black in Nepal.