Yezdi Scrambler launch will give India an entry level scrambler whereas the Adventure model will go right against the Himalayan…
Classic Legends has scheduled Lohri i.e. the 13th of January 2022 as the day when they will revive the Yezdi brand. We are hoping that on this day we will see at least 3 to 4 new motorcycles under this iconic brand.
And just ahead of the D-Day, an online portal has shared images of the upcoming Scrambler being tested with its ADV sibling donning the testing camouflage.
Recently, the Scrambler was spotted along with the Roadking siblings, undisguised, which gave us the first impressions and details of two of the offerings by Yezdi motorcycles. And just before that the Adventure model was snapped in full factory colours.
These new images again confirm that the Scrambler will come fitted with ribbed-profile single-unit seat, tear-drop shaped fuel tank, low-mounted body length exhaust with chrome finish, circular rear-view mirrors and rounded headlamp design.
The bike is equipped with telescopic front suspension with fork gaiters and twin rear shocks. One visual change we can see here is the addition of a beak that is mounted just over the standard tyre-hugger. It will be interesting to see if this Scrambler comes with some off-road features.
Alongside the Scrambler was this ADV that could be the most awaited motorcycle from this stable.
The Yezdi Adventure possesses a taller and domineering attitude – and looks very similar to its rival RE Himalayan. The ADV is equipped with a round headlamp, wide and flat handlebar, standard-design rear-view mirror, LED lighting set-up (including the headlamp) and turn-indicators, fork gaiters at the front and knuckle guards.
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It also gets features such as the raised front fender, tall windscreen, curved and sculpted fuel tank, full-digital instrument console and split-seating arrangement.
It has been speculated that both the bikes will get the bigger version of the near 300cc motor that they already have. On the Jawa Perak, this 334cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled, DOHC unit puts out 30.64 PS of maximum power and 32.74 Nm of torque.
Source – Powerdrift