Classic Legends has brought back the iconic Yezdi brands in India. Out of the three motorcycles it has launched, the Scrambler is the most unique since there’s no other small-size scrambler available in India.
How capable is it in the real world? We’ll tell you that once we do a detailed review of the bike. For now, let’s gawk at the pictures of the Yezdi Scrambler.
Typical of a scrambler, the motorcycle boasts a tall stance with a round headlamp, high-set front fender, front fork gaiters, a peanut-shaped fuel tank, and a tiny rear fender with a tyre hugger.
The styling of the motorcycle can be further souped up by installing a mesh-type headlamp guard, a puny fly screen, and black knuckle guards.
Despite the old-school styling, the motorcycle is equipped with basic modern features like a full-LED lighting setup, a round fully-digital instrument cluster, and handlebar-mounted USB and Type C charging points.
The Scrambler should be able to handle some amount of off-roading courtesy of a ground clearance of 200mm with 150mm of suspension travel at the front and 130mm of travel at the back.
Talking about its cycle parts, the motorcycle is based on a double-cradle chassis, rides on a 19-17-inch spoke wheel combination, and braking is handled by a 320mm disc at the front and a 240mm rotor at the rear.
Powering the Scrambler is a 334cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that churns out 28.7bhp of power and 28.2Nm of peak torque and comes mated to a six-speed gearbox.
Prices of the new Yezdi Scrambler start from Rs 2.05 lakh and go up to Rs 2.11 lakh (ex-showroom), depending on the chosen colour option.