Yezdi Roadster could be a great alternative for the Royal Enfield classic lover, Yezdi Roadster prince, mileage, top speed, engine specs, colour options

Yezdi’s entire lineup was born to compete with the Royal Enfield. Yezdi roadster is the most affordable motorcycle out of the three Yezdi, and it comes out as an alternative to the Royal Enfield classic 350 as well as the meteor 350.

Yezdi roadster look 

The Yezdi roadster comes with old-school classic retro looks, at the front Yezdi roadster has the led headlight setup, accompanied by the led indicators which look premium and has the Yezdi badging on the headlight. The overall front look of the Yezdi roadster looks premium.


The Yezdi roadster has a 12.5-litre fuel tank and the mileage of the Yezdi roadster is somewhere around 30kmpl to 35kmpl. The roadster and the scrambler have the same fuel tank of 12.5 litres only the adventure gets a 15-litre fuel tank. The fuel tank capacity could have been better at least if they would have given us a 15-litre fuel tank. It would have been much easier to make a single stretch without any hall during the long ride.  The roadster gets this LCD speedometer which looks premium on this motorcycle but this one misses out on a few features like turn-by-turn navigation as the royal Enfield meteor has. Apart from that, the Yezdi roadster is the only bike that has similar twin exhaust ports coming directly from the engine and has the twin exhaust setup like Jawa 42 and it has the bash plate below the engine, which gives sufficient protection to the engine.

Yezdi roadster engine specs

The Yezdi roadster has a 334 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, which produces 29.1 ps of power and 29 nm of torque accompanied by a six-speed gearbox. The engine is borrowed from Jawa Perak but it is different from Perak. the engine is differently tuned from Jawa Perak but the roadster is more pleasant to ride a motorcycle than the scrambler and the adventure. The Yezdi roadster can go the top speed up to 130kmph to 140kmph. The best part of the engine is you don’t feel any vibration at 100kmph to 110kmph which is the comparable cruising speed.

Yezdi roadster rideability

The seat height of the Yezdi roadster is  790 mm, if your height is 5’5” or more than that you can comfortably ride this motorcycle. The roadster is more focused on long riding rather than off-roading. So the roadster is more focused on the city and the highway riding. The ground clearance of the Yezdi roadster is 175 mm.


The overall weight of the Yezdi roadster is 184 kgs which are on the lighter side when we compare it to the competitors like the royal Enfield classic which is still on the heavier side weighing 190 plus. The lightweight helps you in better manoeuvrability in heavy traffic and will give you a comfortable ride. Talking about braking, the Yezdi roadster has a 320 mm disc and in the rear, you get a two mm disc that has the vibrator braking. The roadster comes with dual-channel abs and it only gets the dual-channel abs apart from that it can only navigate through the trip a trip b and the odometer on the scrambler and the adventure you can go through the three abs modes but the roadster misses out on the modes feature.

Yezdi roadster price 

Overall the Yezdi roadster is a really good package and this is fun to ride the motorcycle with the price tag of 1.98 lakh ex-showroom. This one is the most affordable of all three Yezdi.  Yezdi roadster comes with six colour options, you can choose from Smoke Grey, Hunter Green, Steel Blue, colour and two Chrome options which are Sin Silver, Gallant Grey, if you look closely it does justify its price tag.

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