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Royal Enfield Guerilla 450 Trademarked: Could Be The Himalayan 450 Rally

Modified On Dec 22, 2023 02:06 PM By Sahil for Royal Enfield Himalayan 450

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Apart from the hardcore version of the Himalayan 450, the Goan Classic 350 has also been trademarked, which could be a Classic 350 variant

Royal Enfield Guerilla 450

Royal Enfield has trademarked three new names: Royal Enfield Guerilla 450, Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350, and Goan Classic 350. Likely to be the much-awaited rally version of the Himalayan 450, the Guerilla 450 will be a delight for hardcore off-road enthusiasts, similar to what Hero has done with the XPulse 200 4V and XPulse 200 4V Rally Kit. The Goan Classic 350, on the other hand. is expected to be a new colour version of the Classic 350.

The Royal Enfield Guerilla 450 could potentially be a rally version of the Himalayan 450 with even better off-road capabilities than the Himalayan. We expect it to get a single-piece rally seat (which will likely result in a taller saddle height) as well as knobby tyres for better grip. Moreover, the Guerilla 450 could also get a headlight grille and other protective bits.

Royal Enfield Guerilla 450 Trademark

It’ll likely use the same 452cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder Sherpa engine from the Himalayan 450 that produces 40PS and 40Nm. The Himalayan 450’s motor is a torquey one, perfect for off-roading. So there’s no reason for Royal Enfield to tinker around with it.

Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350

As for the Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350, it could be a new variant of the Classic 350 with a fresh colour option symbolising Goa and its rich cultural heritage. With the refreshed paint scheme, the motorcycle can also get exclusive liveries and badging. Back in 2019, TVS did something similar by showcasing the XL Goa, a custom moped based on the XL100. 

Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350 Trademark

Apart from the cosmetic changes, the Goan Classic 350 will probably not get any technical changes from the existing Classic 350. It will likely feature the same 349.34cc air-cooled single-cylinder J-series engine that delivers 20.21PS and 27Nm.

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