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Yezdi Adventure ‘Mountain Pack’ limited edition launched at INR 2.15 lakh

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles has announced that the Yezdi Adventure motorcycle will come with a fully loaded Mountain Pack edition comes at a starting price tag of INR 2.15 lakh ex-showroom, Delhi. The Mountain Pack is an add-on accessory pack on the Yezdi Adventure which includes a number of safety and adventure riding specific features.

Mountain Pack

The brand also revealed that the Mountain Pack was earlier available separately at the price of INR 17,500. Now, the brand is offering the Mountain Pack on the Yezdi Adventure as standard. However, it is important to note that this is a limited period offer.

What’s Included?

The Mountain Pack includes a main cage that protects the fuel tank from the sides and above. The motorcycle also gets knuckle guards to enhance the safety of the rider’s hands while traversing through the forest. In addition to this, the Mountain Pack also comes with bar end weights that would help reduce the vibrations on the handlebar offer ing a scooter ride.

A crash guard helps protect the engine of the motorcycle and a headlamp grille protects the headlight glass from small branches. The brand is also offering 2 jerry cans in the Mountain Pack kit to carry water and fuel on your long distance trips into the mountains. The standard customisation features allows rider’s to just simply take the motorcycle and leave on their desired trips.

Yezdi Adventure – Powertrain and Suspension

Powering the Yezdi Adventure is a 334cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine. The engine produces 30.3 PS of power and 29.8 Nm of torque matched to a 6-speed gearbox. The Yezdi Adventure also comes with a 220mm ground clearance thanks to its long-travel suspension. The motorcycle also gets a comfortable riding position, reveals the brand. The motorcycle also comes with disc brakes on the front and rear as well as a dual channel ABS system.

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