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Yezdi 300 Could Be Launched As Early As Next Year In Nepal

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A few months ago, reports emerged on the internet suggesting that the Yezdi 300 is expected to launch in the Nepalese market in 2021 or early 2022. The Czech company has Jawa, Forty-Two and Perak in its domestic lineup currently. Yezdi was part of Ideal Jawa before rebranding itself as Yezdi in 1973 and released products based on the Jawa platform. Yezdi Was famous because of its Road King, Oil King, Classic, CL-II, Monarch, Deluxe, and 350. 

As with the latest speculations, Yezdi’s revival will happen with an electric motorcycle so no concrete information is available yet. While there is no information on the exact specifications of the engine, the design of the engine may appear identical to that found on Jawas. The motorcycle resembles a modern-day scrambler, featuring a narrow, short tail, a tyre hugger, a tall handlebar and a flat seat. According to the company, Yezdi is not possible with the BS6 emission norms.

According to various source, this bike is in the early stages of testing and it doesn’t look like it will be ready in the next few months. However, it has been hinted that the Yezdi 300 could be launched this year in the Nepalese market. Once launched in Nepal, it will join the hotly contested modern-retro segment that currently comprises popular models like the Royal Enfield Meteor 350, the Benelli Imperiale 400, the Honda H’ness CB350, the recently launched CB350RS, and its own Jawa counterparts. 

Yezdi Motorcycles Yezdi 300 Specifications:

Engine Type
Liquid Cooled, Single Cylinder, DOHC
293 cc
Max Power
36.70 PS
Max Torque
28 NM
No. of Cylinders
Cooling System
Liquid Cooled
Valve Per Cylinder
Drive Type
Chain Drive
Self Start
Fuel Supply
Gear Box6-Speed
Fuel Capacity
14 L
Emission Type
ABSSingle Channel
Tyre Type
Body Type
Cruiser Bikes

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