RE Himalayan Owner Reviews The Yezdi Adventure – VIDEO

What happens in Yezdi Adventure vs Royal Enfield Himalayan head-on match? A surprising result awaits.

Yezdi has launched a new Yezdi Adventure alongside a Scrambler and a Roadster model. Just like the original models, the new bike is powered by the 334cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine that offers a maximum power of 30 bhp and 29 Nm of torque. It also comes with a six-speed constant-mesh gearbox. The new Yezdi Adventure comes with a starting price of Rs 2.10 lakh (goes up to Rs 2.19 lakh). However, is the Yezdi Adventure better than Royal Enfield Himalayan? An exclusive comparison of touring bikes has emerged online. Let us see how the two motorbikes compare:

As you can see in the YouTube video, the Yezdi Adventure goes head to head with Royal Enfield Himalayan. The new Yezdi performed quite well. It comes with an easily adjustable console with Bluetooth mode and LED headlamps. There is also a pre0instaed USB point. You can easily switch between three modes, including ABS. The Himalayan only allows you to switch ABS on and off. Also, the braking on Yezdi comes with dirt protection. Unlike Himalayan, it comes with a liquid cooling system.

RE Himalayan Owner Reviews The Yezdi Adventure - VIDEO

Additionally, both bikes feature similar front wheels. The rear wheel on the Yezdi is 130mm compared to the 120mm on Himalayan. The disc brake on Yezdi is also bigger. The rear-view mirrors are also better. Overall, the Yezdi offers more power on the road and features. However, during off-roading, the Himalayan has an advantage as it can be handled easily. Also, the Yezdi is not suitable for long drives. Let us know if you would choose the Yezdi Adventure over the Royal Enfield Himalayan.

The Royal Enfield Himalayan comes with a 411 cc Air-Cooled Single-Cylinder SOHC Engine making 24.3 hp and 32 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. It has a compression ratio of 9.5:1. There is a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox with a wet multi-plate clutch with Digital Electronic Ignition and Electronic Fuel Injection. The chassis is the Half-Duplex split Cradle Frame with Telescopic Front Suspension with 200 mm travel and mono-shock rear suspension with 180 mm travel. The fuel tank is 15 liters. The front tire is 21-inch and has a 300 mm disc brake with 2 pistons floating caliper whereas the rear tire is 17-inch with a 240 mm disc with a single-piston floating caliper. Also, there is a Dual Channel ABS with Rear Wheels ABS Deactivation Control. The prices range between Rs 2.02 lakh and Rs 2.09 lakh, ex-showroom.

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