Yezdi To Make A Comeback In 2022 With New Launches!

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After tons of spy shots and numerous possible expositions, Yezdi has finally announced its comeback into the motorcycle market. The credit goes to Classic Legends, a subsidiary of the Mahindra group. The same company that brought Jawa back to life in the November of 2018, now aims to reincarnate the Yezdi Motorcycle. Just yesterday, Jawa Motorcycles released a “Public Notice” on its social media handles, stating that its brother Yezdi is now carving out its own identity in the market, and directed our old-school enthusiasts to the official handle of Yezdi #yezdiforever. The handle then shared its very first teaser for the brand making its re-entry into the Indian market.

Yezdi Forever

Yezdi comeback: what to expect

Yezdi will release its iconic ‘Roadking’ in two variants, next year. The bike has been spied testing on the Indian soil countless times, and though the brand remains silent on any details about the bike, the pictures have their own story to tell. Earlier this year, the company got the name Yezdi Roadking trademarked in India, and it only suggests that the bike is pacing towards the market. The Roadking gets a Scrambler and an Adventure variant, with the latter as its name suggests, being an adventure tourer.

Yezdi ADV spied

The Roadking Adventure offers a certain resemblance to the RE Himalayan but looks significantly smaller. The bike offers a tourer built with large all-terrain tires and raised mudguards and dual fenders. The bike also gets a wide windscreen, spoke wheels, a round headlamp bowl, and crash guards. The crash guards also double as support pillars to carry luggage or other forms of load. Even at the back, we get luggage racks. With this much iron cladding on the bike, it is safe to say that it will be heavy and might even touch the two hundred kilo mark. The bike has been spotted in a silver and blue color scheme with the “Legendary Yezdi” badging on the fuel tank.

Yezdi Roadking spied

It is possible that we get to see the same engine on Yezdi as we have seen in Jawa, and if so there won’t be any problems in the performance. While the Scrambler could get the 290cc engine that puts out 27PS of power and 27Nm of torque, the Adventure variant might just get the 334cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, that puts out 30.64PS of power and 32.74Nm of torque.

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