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BREAKING: New Royal Enfield Himalayan Launched, Check Out The Price And Other Details

Modified On Nov 24, 2023 08:09 PM By Govind for Royal Enfield Himalayan 450

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The new Himalayan comes with Royal Enfield’s first liquid-cooled engine

The much awaited all-new Royal Enfield Himalayan, which was showcased recently at EICMA 2023, has now been officially launched in India at a price of Rs 2,69,000, with prebookings starting at Rs 10,000. The pricing (for the Indian market only) is introductory and is valid till December 31, 2023. The bike has also been launched simultaneously in the UK starting at GBP 5750 ( aprox Rs 6 lakh), as well as in Europe (Spain, France, Italy and Germany) from EUR 5900 (around Rs 5.37 lakh). Even though the India prices are introductory, the new Himalayan offers great value for money.

Take a look at the detailed variant wised pricing and their comparison with the Himalayan 411:

All-new Royal Enfield Himalayan (ex-showroom Chennai)

Royal Enfield Himalayan 411 (ex-showroom Delhi)

Base: Kaza Brown - Rs 2,69,000

Gravel Grey - Rs 2,15,900

Pass: Slate Himalayan Salt / Slate Himalayan Poppy Blue - Rs 2,74,000

Pine Green / Dune Brown - Rs 2,22,400

Summit: Kamet White - Rs 2,79,000; Hanle Black - Rs 2,84,000

Glacier Blue / Granite Black / Sleet Black - Rs 2,28,490

The Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 is powered by a 450cc liquid-cooled, single cylinder engine dubbed ‘Sherpa’ and outputs 40.02PS at 8000rpm and 40Nm at 5500rpm. The Himalayan is the first Royal Enfield bike that comes with a liquid-cooled engine. 

The underpinnings include, a new twin spar tubular frame, a suspension setup that comprises a 43mm inverted fork at front and a monoshock with linkage in the rear, both offering 200mm wheel travel. The bike rolls on 90/90-21 Ceat Gripp RE F tyres at front and 140/80-17 Ceat Gripp Rad Steel RE at the rear, both tyres are specifically built for the Himalayan. Braking is handled by a 320mm disc at front with 2 piston callipers and a 270mm disc at the rear with 1 piston calliper. It is important to know that none of the India spec variants get spoked wheels with tubeless tyres. Royal Enfield has not confirmed the timeline for the same so you might have to wait for sometime, interestingly the Kamet White and the Hanle Black colour variants come with spoked wheels with tubeless tyres for the European and UK markets. 

The ground clearance stands at 230mm and standard seat height is 825m which can be adjusted to 845mm. There’s also a low seat height option giving the motorcycle a seat height of 805mm (adjustable to 825mm). The bike has a kerb weight of 196 kg.

On the features front, the Himalayan comes with a 4-inch round TFT instrument console that displays speed, revs and fuel level along with odometer and tripmeters. The console also brings smartphone connectivity and a navigation feature to the table. Other features include, switchable ABS in the rear, a slip and assist clutch, along with ride-by-wire and 2 riding modes, Performance and Eco which modulate throttle response.

The Himalayan 452 is offered in 3 colour themes,  five colour schemes: Hanle Black, Kamet White, Slate Himalayan Salt, Slate Poppy Blue and Kaza Brown. The bike competes with other ADV offerings in the market like the KTM 390 Adventure, and the upcoming Hero XPulse 400.

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