Yezdi Adventure vs Royal Enfield Himalayan

Yezdi Adventure vs Royal Enfield Himalayan | which is better

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Check out our detailed spec sheet comparison of the newly launched Yezdi Adventure and its main competitor, the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Yezdi’s first offerings in the Indian market are Adventure, Scrambler, and Roadster. The resurrected Yezdi brand, along with Jawa, will face stiff competition from Royal Enfield motorcycles in various segments.

Yezdi has created a lot of buzzes, and all that remains to be seen is whether they can live up to it. Here is a detailed comparison of Yezdi Adventure and its main competitor in India, RE Himalayan.

Yezdi Adventure (vs) Royal Enfield Himalayan


If you’ve seen the spy photos, you’ll notice that Yezdi ADV has taken some design cues from its Royal Enfield rival. It has a round headlight, a tall windscreen, a beak-like front fender, a split seat setup, a top box mount on the tail, and other features. Even the side panels appear to be identical to those on Himalayan, and a front subframe is available as an option!

However, there are several differences, including a round taillight, a sharper tail section, and a block-shaped fuel tank. The engine cover has fake cooling fins, and the crankcase cover looks like an old Yezdis. With its bikes, Classic Legends has achieved a brilliant balance of retro and modern.

The Royal Enfield Himalayan has been around for a long time, and its design is well known. The circular headlight located on the front subframe, the curved fuel tank, the tall split-seat configuration, and the top box mount on the tail all contribute to the tough appearance.

Like Yezdi ADV, RE Himalayan accompanies wire-spoked wheels (21-inch front and 17-inch back on the two bicycles). Nonetheless, the Royal Enfield has a more old-fashioned feel to it, and its styling is somewhat more oversimplified than the Yezdi. All things considered, there is no reasonable victor between the two as far as design.

Royal Enfield HimalayanYezdi Adventure
Kerb Weight199 kg188 kg
Seat Height800 mm815 mm
Wheel Base1,3701465 mm
Ground Clearance220 mm220 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity15 L15.5 L
Chassis TypeHalf-duplex split cradle frameDouble Cradle

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Features and Equipment

Yezdi’s ADV accompanies adjustable forks at the front and a mono-shock at the back. The instrument console is a completely advanced LCD unit, which offers cell phone availability through Bluetooth. Additionally, the instrument console is slant movable, and in this manner appropriate for both situated and remaining on-the-stakes riding positions.

Associated highlights incorporate turn-by-turn routes, cell phone warnings, trip subtleties, and rider profiles. Different elements on offer incorporate discs brakes on the two wheels, double channel ABS (three modes – Road, Off-street, and Rain), all-LED lighting, knuckle watches, jerry can mount, and pannier mounts.

On the Himalayan, Royal Enfield includes a semi-digital instrument console with the brand’s tripper navigation display. This Google-powered system provides turn-by-turn navigation but no other related capabilities.

The RE also has switchable dual-channel ABS, an LED taillight (halogen headlamps and turn indicators), telescopic front forks, and a mono-shock rear suspension. Furthermore, its fuel tank capacity is 15 litres (plus 0.5 litres reserve), which is comparable to Yezdi ADV’s 15.5-litre fuel tank. On the features front, the Yezdi comes out on top.

Royal Enfield HimalayanYezdi Adventure
DRLs (Daytime running lights)
Mobile App Connectivity
GPS & Navigation
USB charging port
Front storage box
Under-seat storage
AHO (Automatic Headlight On)
Fuel Guage
Stand Alarm
Stepped Seat
No. of Tripmeters22
Tripmeter TypeDigitalDigital
Low Fuel Indicator
Low Oil Indicator
Low Battery Indicator
Pillion Backrest
Pillion Grabrail
Pillion Seat
Pillion Footrest
Digital Fuel Guage
Start TypeElectric StartElectric Start
Shift Light
Electric System12V DC
Battery12 volt, 8 AH MF
Headlight TypeHalogenLED Head Lamp
Brake/Tail LightLED Tail LampLED Tail Lamp
Turn Signal12V, 10W X 4nos
Pass Light
Additional featuresThree ABS modes: Road, Off-road & Rain

Engine specifications

Despite its smaller size, the Yezdi Adventure’s liquid-cooled, DOHC engine produces much more power than the RE Himalayan. However, the Royal Enfield has greater torque, but it is also substantially heavier.

In addition, the Yezdi has a 6-speed transmission, whilst the RE has a 5-speed transmission. On paper, the former appears to have the advantage, but we’ll have to wait and ride them together to see how they function in the real world.

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Royal Enfield HimalayanYezdi Adventure
Fuel TypePetrolPetrol
Max Power24.3 bhp @ 6,500 rpm29.7 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Max Torque32 Nm @ 4,500 rpm29.9 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
Emission StandardBS-VIBS-VI
Displacement (cc)411334
Cooling SystemAir CooledLiquid Cooled
Transmission5 Speed Manual6 Speed Manual
Transmission TypeChain DriveChain Drive
Gear Shifting Pattern 1 Down 4 Up1 Down 5 Up
Fuel Delivery SystemFuel InjectionFuel Injection

Brakes, Wheels & Suspension

Royal Enfield HimalayanYezdi Adventure
Braking System Switchable ABSDual-Channel ABS
Front Brake TypeDiscDisc
Front Brake Size (mm)300320
Rear Brake TypeDiscDisc
Rear Brake Size (mm)240240
Calliper TypeFront-2 Piston, Rear-Single Piston CalliperFloating Calliper
Wheel TypeSpokeSpoke
Front Tyre Size90/90 – 2190/90 21
Rear Tyre Size120/90 – 17130/80 17
Tyre TypeTubedTubed
Front SuspensionTelescopic, 41 mm forks, 200 mm travelTelescopic Fork & Coil spring
Rear SuspensionMonoshock with linkage, 180 mm wheel travelMono shock absorbers with coil spring & linkage mechanism

Yezdi Adventure (vs) Royal Enfield Himalayan [Price difference]

Color VariantsRoyal Enfield HimalayanYezdi Adventure
Standard = Slick Silver₹ 2,50,000₹ 2,12,900
Dual Tone = Mambo Black₹ 2,54,940₹ 2,14,900
Pine Green and Granite Black = Ranger Camo₹ 2,59,110 ₹ 2,21,900

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