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PROS
  • Torquey 410cc motor
  • Long travel suspension
  • Upright riding position
  • Upswept silencer helps at fording water crossings
  • Comprehensive instrument cluster
CONS
  • Needs more power
  • gear shift is very hard
BikeDekho Verdict

The first purpose built adventure touring motorcycle from Royal Enfield with an all-new engine and platform

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Royal Enfield Himalayan Highlights

March 16, 2016: Royal Enfield have finally launched their much awaited adventure tourer, the Himalayan in India. It is priced at Rs. 1,55,545 (ex-showroom, Maharashtra) and will cost you Rs. 1,78,872 on-road in Mumbai. The bookings for this bike will start from tomorrow and the deliveries will take place in a phased manner. The Himalayan is equipped with an all-new LS410, single cylinder, air-cooled engine with overhead cam and counter balancer shaft. Mate Read more...

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Royal Enfield has hiked the prices of its entire lineup in India to the tune of Rs 1,100-3,600. The least affected bike from the lineup is the newly-launched Himalayan, which gets costlier by around Rs 1,100 and now retails at Rs 1,56,331 (ex-show...

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Royal Enfield Himalayan STD

  • Spoke
  • Double Disc
  • Self Start Only

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Royal Enfield Himalayan Colours

There are 1 variant(s) available. ​Royal Enfield Himalayan comes in 2 different colour(s) - Granite, Snow. There are 1 variants starting from Rs. 1,74,100 onwards.

  • Granite

  • Snow

Royal Enfield Himalayan Mileage

Royal Enfield Himalayan gives a mileage of 33.5 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.

33.5 Kmpl

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Royal Enfield Himalayan Reviews

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Himalayan User Reviews

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5/5

Awesome Bike

its an awesome bike with great features and better then bajaj atleast which is not worth at all. I thank Royal Enfield to get such a beautiful hunk.....

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1/5

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tubeless tyres is necessary for long rides.....................................................................................

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Himalayan Expert Review

The oldest production motorcycle brand in the country, Royal Enfield has been famous for bringing in distinct motorcycling delights for its audience at regular intervals. The latest bike in news from the manufacturer’s stable is the Royal Enfield  Himalayan that is based on the adventure tourer platform.

Royal Enfield Himalayan houses a 410cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that comes mated to a five-speed transmission system. The engine will hopefully churn out a net power of somewhere around 28bhp with an expected torque of 40-44Nm. The bike runs on especially designed adventure-styled tyres of size 19-inch and 17-inch for the front and rear end respectively. The suspension system has been tuned specifically to conquer the terrains with ease and comprises of long travel telescopic forks upfront and a mono shock absorber at the rear. Royal Enfield Himalayan decelerates with the help of dual disc brakes equipped at the front and rear.

Talking of the body styling, the bike shares its aesthetics with a traditional adventurer tourer motorcycle. The front gets a rounded headlamp with a taller and wide clear windshield. The highly raised front fender conveys a message of true adventure biking. Furthermore, the tyres have been given a unique off-road tread pattern that ensures a good grip on any kind of surface. The bike has a curvy fuel tank with split, step up seats that comes well-padded and neatly stitched. Coming to the rear, Royal Enfield Himalayan sports a luggage carrier and saddlebag holder that further enhances its adventure appeal and looks good as well.

The bare athletic end at the rear keeps the adventure and off roading spirit up and looks fascinating as well. A rectangular tail lamp unit has been tucked neatly under the carrier that looks fascinating. The rounded orange turn indicators have been mounted at the edges of rear fender and provides safety to the rider while taking a turn. The Himalayan is expected to come with a multifunctional LCD instrument console that gives an easy access to the information to the rider.

The front profile of Himalayan gets inspired from a traditional adventurer tourer machine that has been crafted to function in all kinds of surfaces. The rounded headlamp and the bigger clear windshield gives a true adventure identity to the bike. The long travel suspension and the raised front fender ensures that the fun never goes out of stock in off-road biking.The curvy fuel tank offers a good riding posture and looks decent, enhancing the overall body profile. The RE Himalayan sports a split, step up seat that comes thickly cushioned and offers a top notch comfort to both, rider and pillion. The upswept silencer looks sporty and produces an impressive grunt in low rpm range. The rear end features a rectangular tail lamp with naked raw appearance that is witnessed by a raised rear fender. The instrumentation of the bike is done impressively comprising of three dials. The readings show in an analogue plus digital manner about speed, rpm, remaining fuel and the usual telltale lights.

Royal Enfield Himalayan has been loaded with a 410cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that comes mated to a five-speed constant mesh gearbox. The torquey mill will hopefully churn out a net power of 28bhp with an expected torque of 40-44Nm. The engine has been tuned in such a way that it will have a low noise vibration harshness (NVH) level in comparison to the ordinary RE 350cc and 500cc mills. The ignition unit will be the digital electronic ignition system that promises an undelayed ignition.

The Himalayan runs on reliable and grippy adventure styled tyres that come mounted over 19-inch and 17-inch wheels at the front and rear end respectively. The braking is done by durable disc brakes at both ends that works fine in all conditions. The suspension system comprises of telescopic forks upfront and a strong adjustable monoshock at the rear that easily gulps down the hurdles and road bumps with ease.

Royal Himalayan has a powerful 12V-35/35W headlight at the front that gives an ample of vision at nights and prevents any hazard. The disc brakes equipped at the front as well as rear offers a better bite and proves beneficial in case of an emergency. The twin rear view mirrors keeps the rider aware of traffic approaching him from behind. Furthermore, the luggage carrier and saddlebag holder helps in accommodating ample of goodies on the go. All these safety and convenience features make the RE Himalayan a fun-filled yet safe true adventure machine in all aspects.

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