Yezdi Streetfighter 334 – Performance, Design, Features, Launch Date

Yezdi Streetfighter 334

At a dealer event recently, Yezdi Motorcycles unveiled several upgraded and new Yezdi Streetfighter 334 that will likely be released in India in the next month April 2024, and will be powered by the well-known 334 cc liquid-cooled engine.

Yezdi Streetfighter 334

Expected to be released in India in the next months, the Yezdi Streetfighter 334 will be powered by the well-known 334 cc liquid-cooled engine. One of the new motorcycles on the list is called the Streetfighter, but the attention-grabbing throwback motorbike with a roadster style has the potential to bring back the Road King moniker. 

Strangely, a dealer who was at the meet published a video of it that seems to be a legitimate scrambler. The single-piece tuck and roll seat design of the Yezdi Streetfighter 334 is rounded at the rear and slightly slanted up. Although the twin exhaust system gives off a sporty vibe, the 334 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine will nonetheless power the vehicle.

Yezdi Streetfighter 334 Design and Features

The Yezdi Streetfighter shows an offset rounded instrument cluster and a rounded LED headlight. The motorbike also seems to have pleated seats and a handlebar that is large and open-chested. The bike also has the Yezdi Streetfighter word mark on the tank and Streetfighter 334 branding on the side panels. 

The tank grip is absent from the gasoline tanks as well. However, the new exhaust system on the Street Fighter 334 is a modification. The unit with two stacks divides into two pieces from its single manifold. 

The Streetfighter 334 also has disc brakes with ABS, telescopic front forks with rubber boots, and dual shock absorbers on the back. The Streetfighter is different from the Roadster that was previously shown since it has CEAT tires.

Yezdi Streetfighter 334

Yedi Streetfighter 334 Engine Speculations

The 334cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that powers the Yezdi Adventure will be available from Yezdi. With a 6-speed gearbox, the engine should provide the same 29.36 Bhp of power and 28.21 Nm of torque. It seems unlikely that the brand will change the engine. For cycling in cities, more torque is probably available with modifications to the end drive.

Performance of Yezdi Streetfighter 334

The performance figures are anticipated to remain the same, with a maximum power output of 29.3 bhp and a peak torque of 28.2 Nm. A six-speed gearbox will be the standard setup, and a slipper and assist clutch will be included. Most of the body panels are shared by the Streetfighter and the current Scrambler, among other similarities.

  • The twin exhaust system that comes with the Yezdi Streetfighter 334 adds to its aggressive appeal.
  • The bike will probably continue to produce excellent power outputs of 29.3 horsepower and peak torque of 28.2 Nm.
  • The engine will have a six-speed gearbox attached to it, and a slipper and assist clutch will be standard.

The Yezdi Streetfighter 334 will include dual-channel ABS in addition to disc brakes measuring 320 mm up front and 240 mm along the back. It is powered by block pattern Ceat Crossrad tires on spoked wheels, with 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels. Twin shock absorbers at the rear and telescopic forks up front will take care of suspension responsibilities.

The Spirit of Adventure Of Yezdi Streetfighter 334

Beyond its technical specifications and features, what truly sets the Yezdi Streetfighter 334 apart is its innate sense of adventure. Much like its predecessors, this motorcycle beckons riders to embark on unforgettable journeys and create lasting memories on the open road. 

Whether embarking on a solo adventure or joining fellow enthusiasts on group rides, the Yezdi Streetfighter 334 fosters a sense of camaraderie and exploration that transcends mere transportation.

When Will the Yezdi Streetfighter Hit the Streets? 

The Street Fighter’s debut during testing suggests that the launch might be sooner than we expect. It would seem reasonable to debut around late 2024 or even early 2025 given the usual development timetables. 

During this period, Yezdi would be able to improve the motorbike in light of testing results and raise consumer expectations. 

There is little doubt that the introduction of the Yezdi Streetfighter will cause a stir among the Indian Streetfighter motorbike community. Well-known competitors in the industry include the sporty Bajaj Pulsar NS200 and the enduringly well-liked TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. To carve out its place, the Streetfighter will need to provide an alluring blend of performance, flair, and value.

Given Yezdi’s history and the fascinating clues found in the spy photos, the Streetfighter might be a serious contender. The ultimate specs, price plan, and degree to which it satisfies the needs of Indian streetfighter aficionados will determine its success.

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