Besides the fit and finish and refinement, another area where the Yezdi misses out is in mid range and top end engine performance.
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A close friend has the Yezdi and I have had the good fortune of clocking many a miles on this machine. So much so that the wife now prefers the Yezdi Adventure over the Mojo!
- The suspension just gobbles up anything you throw at it! I am especially a fan of how well this thing handles despite the 200kg kerb weight and larger tyres.
- I find it much easier to push it around in parking lots compared to the Mojo, which is probably because of the lower Cg and lower seat height vis a vis the latter.
- My cousin owns a Dominar. I can tell you straight up, the Domi doesn’t hold a candle to the Adventure’s handling (both in curves and in the city) !
- IMHO, besides the fit and finish and refinement, another area where the Yezdi misses out is in mid range and top end engine performance. Despite claiming the same power figures (30 BHP and 29 Nm) as my BS3 Mojo and a larger bore (334 cc vs 293 cc), the Mojo still outruns the Yezdi on the open highway!
- Despite these minor shortcomings, I can’t help having thoughts of replacing the Mojo with the Adventure (Such blasphemy, I know! ).
- The Yezdi is more effortless to live with on a daily basis. It handles bad roads and ghats much better.
- Yes, for long stretches of open highway, the Mojo is less tiring (due to the better top end and refinement). But once the roads turn bad, all attributes of the Yezdi take over!
Here’s a pic with the two on a recent ride to Pawna Dam. We went two up on both bikes and the ladies simply refused to get on the Mojo’s pillion seat thereafter!
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