Royal Enfield Himalayan

RE Himalayan BS 6
RE Himalayan BS 6

Royal Enfield Himalayan

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Royal Enfield Himalayan Summary

Himalayan key highlights
Displacement411 cc
Kerb Weight199 kg
  • Snow
  • Granite
  • Sleet Grey
  • Gravel Grey
  • Lake Blue
  • Rock Red
Max Power24.3 bhp

Royal Enfield Himalayan Price

Himalayan Standard – BS VI 1,89,538 Avg. Ex-showroom priceDisc Brakes, Spoke Wheels
Himalayan Sleet and Gravel Grey – BS VI 1,92,291 Avg. Ex-showroom priceDisc Brakes, Spoke Wheels
Himalayan Dual Tone – BS VI 1,94,127 Avg. Ex-showroom priceDisc Brakes, Spoke Wheels

About Himalayan

Royal Enfield Himalayan is a commuter bike available in 3 variants in india. Its lowest version starts from a price of ₹1,89,538 (ex-showroom) and the top version from a price of ₹1,94,127 (ex-showroom). Royal Enfield Himalayan generates 24.3 bhp of power and 32 nm of torque from its 411cc engine. Single cylinder engine of Himalayan has a 5 speed manual gearbox. With both rear and front disk brakes, the top variant of Royal Enfield Himalayan also has an anti-locking braking system. This 199 kg bike is available in 6 colours.

The Himalayan is Royal Enfield’s only off-road focused motorcycle that is now BS6-compliant. As part of the update, the Himalayan gets three new colour schemes- Gravel Grey, Rock Red and Lake Blue along with the Snow White, Granite Black and Sleet Grey colours from the earlier model.

It also gets new features like a switchable ABS which turns off the ABS to the rear wheel and a hazard light switch. Royal Enfield has also equipped the motorcycle with a revised side stand. The motorcycle uses a 411cc, single-cylinder engine that is now BS6-compliant. In terms of cycle parts, the Himalayan retains the 21-inch front wheel and 17-inch rear wheel shod with dual-sport rubber. Braking is done by a 300mm disc upfront and a 220mm disc at the rear with ABS as standard. Meanwhile, suspension duties are taken care of by 41mm telescopic forks up front and a monoshock at the rear.

Royal Enfield is also offering a three-year warranty with the new Himalayan. In terms of competition, the motorcycle goes up against the BMW G310 GS and the KTM 390 Adventure in India.

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