Yezdi Roadking Spotted At A Recent Dealer Event. India Launch Soon?

  • Mar 15, 2024
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Also spotted at the dealer event were the updated versions of the Roadster, Adventure and Scrambler

YEzdi Roadking Front and Rear-end

A few updated Yezdi bikes were spotted at a dealer event very recently and along with them, a completely different looking motorcycle was also spotted. We think the bike with the red colour scheme might be the upcoming Yezdi Roadking. That said, Yezdi had earlier confirmed that the Roadking would be a flagship model and won’t be based on the manufacturer’s existing platform. So, this particular model could be a preview of the production-spec Roadking as you can see from the engine casing that it has the same 334cc engine as the other Yezdi models. 

YEzdi Roadking Side and Rear-end

We can see from the images that the Roadking gets a round headlight (likely to be LED), wide single-piece handlebar, boxy fuel tank with stripes and tank grips, telescopic fork with fork gaiters and a colour scheme with graphics that match its retro theme. It has simple looking side panels with the Yezdi logo, flat single-piece seat with luggage hooks underneath and mid-set footpegs. That along with the flat handlebar should result in an upright riding posture. 

YEzdi Roadking Instrument Console

Moving to the rear, we can see that it gets a monoshock, a chunky and clean looking exhaust and alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli Phantom Sportscomp tyres. Features-wise, the retro bike gets a twin-pod instrument console and judging by the toggle buttons on the left switchgear, there might be a digital inset in one of the pods. Also, the absence of taillights, indicators and a saree guard suggest that the bike shown at the dealer event might be a pre-production prototype.

The Yezdi Roadking could be launched this year, and will likely be priced around the Rs 2.10 lakh (ex-showroom) mark. 

Also spotted at the event was what looked like the updated Yezdi Scrambler, Yezdi Adventure and the Yezdi Roadster. One of them was sporting a twin-exhaust setup, spoke wheels and the letters “334” painted on the side panels, which could be the updated Scrambler. As for  the Adventure, it has a high rear fender and block-pattern tyres. The updated Roadster seems to get a raked-out front-end with a chopped off front fender and what appears to be a twin-pod instrument console. All three motorcycles could get a few more aesthetic changes and some mechanical changes as well come launch time. For perspective, the prices for the Yezdi Scrambler, Adventure and Roadster start at Rs 2,09,900, Rs 2,15,900 and Rs 2,08,829 (all prices ex-showroom New Delhi).


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