Mahindra To Bring Back Yezdi?

The legendary Yezdi motorcycles may see a come back in the 2018 Auto Expo.

The legendary classics that holds the ‘Forever bike, Forever value’ tag line is awake after a long sleep and rubbed its eyes now. Yezdi bikes, probably one of the most loved and idolised motorcycles in India is about to make a come back. Back in the 70's, 80's and the 90s these bikes ruled every streets and corner of India. Produced early in the Ideal Jawa plant in Mysore this motorcycle was the king of both on road and off-road with its raw performance, reliable riding capabilities and rugged styling.

Yezdi Roadking

Mahindra recently announced the purchase of the Jawa last year and now they are the official owners of the Yezdi brand. In the announcement, Mahindra also intimated their plans to launch Jawa motorcycles in India within 2 years.

The speculations about the release of the old legends are now strong as Anand Mahindra, the chairman and managing director of Mahindra Group made a tweet recently that draws attention to a new website ‘Yezdis of India’.

Mahindra Yezdi

The websites feature stories and pictures of the Yezdi saga and how this classic beauty has changed the lives of many motorcycles enthusiast in its hay days. Even though this website does not mention anything about the return of the Yezdi, we can hope that this motorcycle will be showcased at the upcoming 2018 Auto Expo.
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Last updated on 19-07-2017. Published on 19-07-2017.
Published by Bikes4Sale in category Upcoming Bikes

Latest Comments

Jawa is Jawa always ahead, I recall those days when I started my initial riding with my jawa.
Please reintroduce Jawa make at the earliest possible date, for the country in its original palace at Mysore..
Therefore please inform the launching date Sir..
By Saibal Kumar Chowdhury on 16-02-2018
I'm waiting
By Vishnu on 30-07-2017
Please lunch
By Manu on 30-07-2017
I teach Java and I love Jawa.
By Vimal Kumar on 20-07-2017
If it's true, this is an amazing start for the era of classic motorcycles in India. I'm tired of these plastic and fibre bikes roaming the streets. Being a man of 50, I looked back at the time when I had the fair share of motorcycle riding through the Himalayan foothills, I recall how performance oriented and sturdy those bikes were. A true rugged masterpiece in its class.
By Sunil Shekhar on 19-07-2017

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