The Jawa Yezdi brand has had a busy few months in 2023. The business unveiled new colour options in January 2023, giving the Yezdi Roadster a glossy Crimson Dual Tone colour scheme and the Jawa 42 Sports Stripe a metallic Cosmic Carbon finish. Yezdi brand motorcycles were introduced earlier this month in Nepal, where they can be purchased for NPR 9.16 lakh, NPR 9.4 lakh, and NPR 9.98 lakh, respectively.
The Jawa Yezdi motorbike line has just undergone an update that includes the addition of modern features and technologies that increase riding quality and engine performance. This is seen throughout portfolios, elevating the riding experience. All firm dealerships around the nation are now selling updated engines that comply with the new, stricter BS-VI Phase 2 (OBD2) emission requirements in addition to these adjustments.
Updates to the Jawa Yezdi Feature and Engine
Engine parts in the Jawa line, which includes the 42 Sports Stripe, 42 Bobber and Perak, are adjusted for lower NVH levels, which in turn keeps emissions in check. Larger exhaust ports and a throttle body have been added to the engine.
For a better exhaust tone, the Jawa 42 has a revised assist and slip clutch as well as a reworked silencer. Additionally, it gets updated hazard lamps and a new digital speedometer as new features.
Updates for Yezdi Roadster, Scrambler, and Adventure are comparable. They may now achieve higher NVH levels, guarantee better rideability, and boost low-end performance with a bigger rear sprocket. Muffler redesigns guarantee a better exhaust tone.
According to Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO of Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles, “Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles has prioritised technology right from the outset to give the finest performance and riding experience to its customers. While the transition to OBD2 regulations was imminent, we also bundled a variety of improvements across our range of motorcycles, some of which were based on rider feedback. The new motorcycles provide our riders with a notable improvement in everyday rideability, refinement, and overall performance. They offer amazing value and are a highly attractive option because to the slight price increase.
Rise in Jawa Yezdi Prices
Along with complying with new emission standards, these modifications and engine updates have also led to a small price increase across all Jawa Yezdi bikes of between 0.8 and 2 percent, or between Rs 2,000 and 6,000, depending on the make and model. The Jawa 42 Dual Channel (Orion Red, Sirius White) is the first product with the revised pricing, which is Rs 1,96,142 as opposed to Rs 1,94,142 previously. Priced at Rs. 1,97,142 for the Jawa 42 Dual Channel (Allstar Black) and Rs. 2,12,500 for the Jawa 42 Bobber (Mystic Copper), respectively.
Priced at Rs. 2,13,500 for the Moonstone White Jawa 42 Bobber and Rs. 2,15,187 for the Jasper Red Jawa 42 Bobber, respectively.
In addition, the Jawa Perak, which was formerly priced at Rs 2,09,187, is now available in its range for Rs 2,13,187.
The Yezdi line’s Scrambler (Fire Orange) is the entry-level model and costs Rs 2,09,900; the Bold Black, Yelling Yellow, and Outlaw Olive colour variants cost Rs 2,11,900 each. Yezdi Roadster (Crimson Dual Tone) costs Rs 2,08,829 and Yezdi Roadster (Smoke Grey, Inferno Red, Glacial White) costs Rs 2,06,142. Yezdi Adventure is available in the Slick Silver, Mambo Black, and Whiteout colour options for Rs 2,15,900, Rs 2,19,900, and Rs 2,19,942 respectively. These were previously priced at Rs 2,12,900, Rs 2,14,900, and Rs 2,14,942, resulting in a price increase of Rs 3,000–Rs 5,000.