It is time to do another comparison of the Yezdi Roadster against the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 to find out if the Yezdi Roadster is worth buying over the Meteor 350 and is it any better than Meteor 350.
Yezdi Roadster vs Royal Enfield Meteor 350 – Design
The Yezdi Roadster features a round LED headlamp with a small visor on top and rides on telescopic fork and coil spring suspension at the front with 18-inch alloy wheels and Twin shock absorbers with gas canisters suspension at the rear with 17-inch alloy wheels. It has oval-shaped fuel tank that stores 12.5-litres fuel and a big single seat with no split in between as it’s height is 790mm and below is the twin exhausts. It has a small round TFT LCD display with bluetooth connectivity, and the rear it has LED taillamps with halogen indicators both front and rear. The Yezdi offers disc brakes for both front and rear wheels. The wheelbase of the roadster is 1440mm with ground clearance of 175mm, and has a kerb weight of 184 kg.
The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 has a round LED headlamp with a huge visor and rides on the telescopic fork suspension at the front with 19-inch alloy wheels and Twin tube emulsion Shock absorbers with 6-step adjustable preload suspension at the rear with 17-inch alloy wheels. It has oval-shaped fuel tank that stores 15 litres of fuel, and split seats on offer as it’s height is 765mm and below is the single exhaust. It has semi-digital instrument cluster with bluetooth connectivity, and the rear has LED taillamps with halogen indicators both front and rear. It has disc brakes both front and rear wheels. The wheelbase of the Meteor 350 is 1400mm with ground clearance of 170mm, and has a kerb weight of 191 kg.
Yezdi Roadster vs Royal Enfield Meteor 350 – Engine Specifications
|Yezdi Roadster||Royal Enfield Meteor 350|
|Engine||Single cylinder, 4 Stroke, Liquid Cooled, DOHC||Single-Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air-Oil Cooled Engine|
|Power||29.29 bhp||20.12 bhp|
|Torque||29 Nm||27 Nm|
|Transmission Type||6-speed MT||6-speed MT|
|Fuel Efficiency||28.53 km/l – City|
32.16 km/l – Highway
|41.88 km/l – City|
When you buy a bike, one would expect it to offer performance and good mileage on a daily basis. The Yezdi Roadster is powered by a 334cc Single cylinder, 4 Stroke, Liquid Cooled, DOHC engine that puts out 29.29 bhp and 29 Nm of torque mated to a 6-speed Manual Gearbox and has a fuel efficiency of 28.53 km/l in City and has Highway mileage of 32.16 km/l. The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 on the other hand is powered by a 349cc Single-Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air-Oil Cooled Engine that puts out 20.12 bhp and 27 Nm of torque mated to a 6-speed Manual Gearbox with 41.88 km/l fuel efficiency.
Yezdi Roadster vs Royal Enfield Meteor 350 – Features
|Features||Yezdi Roadster||Royal Enfield Meteor 350|
|Wheel Size & Type||18-inch – Front|
17-inch – Rear
|19-inch – Front|
17-inch – Rear
|Brakes||Front and Rear Disc||Front and Rear Disc|
When it comes to features, both the bikes are same except the Meteor 350 has a 19-inch alloy wheels at the front while Yezdi Roadster has 18-inch alloy wheels where as the Yezdi Roadster has digital instrument cluster while Meteor 350 has semi-digital instrument cluster.
Yezdi Roadster vs Royal Enfield Meteor 350 – Price
|Yezdi Roadster||Rs. 2.02 lakh – Rs. 2.10 lakh|
|Royal Enfield Meteor 350||Rs. 2.01 lakh – Rs. 2.22 lakh|
The Yezdi Roadster starts at Rs. 2.02 lakh for the Inferno Red color option and goes up to Rs. 2.10 lakh for the Gallant Grey and Sin Silver color option. The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 starts at Rs. 2.01 lakh for the Fireball and goes up to Rs. 2.22 lakh for the Supernova. There is Rs. 1,000 price difference for entry-level variant/color option and Rs. 12,000 difference for the top variant/color option.
Yezdi Roadster vs Royal Enfield Meteor 350 – Verdict
In the end, the decision to buy which bike depends totally on you, however, we would recommend you the Yezdi Roadster over the Enfield 350 as it’s better in performance than the Meteor 350 and is affordable than the Meteor 350. Otherwise, you can opt for Meteor 350 if you want as both at the end offer good fuel efficiency. Which one would you choose?