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Yezdi’s making a comeback, and how! It has launched not one but three motorcycles: the Yezdi Adventure, the Yezdi Scrambler and the Yezdi Roadster. All three motorcycles are powered by a 334cc liquid-cooled engine in different states of tune. The Adventure delivers 29.7 bhp@8000 rpm and 3.049 kgm@6000 rpm, the Scrambler produces 28.7 bhp@8000 rpm and 2.88 kgm@6770 rpm, and lastly, the Roadster churns out 29.7 bhp@7300 rpm and 2.99 kgm@6400 rpm.

Let’s take a look at what these bikes have to offer. First up, the Yezdi Adventure, at first, does look a lot like the Royal Enfield Himalayan, but that’s a story for another day. This ADV bike is using a double-cradle frame chassis. Up front, it has a suspension travel of 200 mm and at the rear, it has a preload-adjustable monoshock with 180 mm of travel. It gets a 21/17-inch wheel setup with 220 mm of ground clearance but has a slightly higher seat height at 815 mm. Braking duties are carried out by a 320 mm disc up front and a 240 mm unit at the rear. Moreover, the Adventure tips the scale at 188 kg and has a 15.5-litre fuel tank. Other nifty features on the ADV include Bluetooth connectivity and navigation to be displayed alongside the LCD instrument console, also a USB and a Type-C charger. Also, you get to choose from three riding modes: Road, Rain and Off-Road.

Coming to the Scrambler, it does look interesting if you compare it with the other two motorcycles. Similar to the Adventure, the Scrambler also uses a double-cradle frame suspended on a 150-mm telescopic fork up front and a 130-mm preload-adjustable fork at the rear. It sits on a 19/17-inch spoke-wheel setup with dual-purpose tyres with 200 mm of ground clearance and 800 mm of seat height; it weighs 182 kg.

Lastly, the Roadster is meant for cruising as you can see from its design that it features a wide handlebar, comfortable saddle and a backrest for the pillion as well. Again, the Roadster also uses a double cradle frame suspended to a telescopic fork and twin shocks. It runs on an 18/17-inch alloy wheel setup with 175 mm of ground clearance and has a seat height of 790 mm. Also, the Roadster tips the scale at 184 kg.

As for the prices, the Roadster is priced at Rs 1.98 lakh, the Scrambler for Rs 2.05 lakh and the Adventure for Rs 2.10 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi). How excited are you to own one?