|Engine Displ. :||411 cc|
|Power :||24.5 bhp @ 6500 rpm|
|Mileage :||33.5 Kmpl|
|Gear Box :||NA|
|Fuel System :||NA|
|Head Lamp :||12V H4 60 / 55 W|
|Alloy Wheels :||NA|
|Tyre Type :||Tube|
|Standard Warranty (Years) :||Y|
Under the new GST tax structure prices for bikes abobe 350cc has witnessed an increase of one per cent in tax. This has resulted in the Royal Enfield Himalayan costing Rs 2,500 to Rs 2,900 more depending on the state of purchase.
Royal Enfield has updated the Himalayan with fuel injection (FI) system as opposed to carburettor as seen on the older bike. The FI system has been added to make the bike BS-IV emission norm compliant and this will most likely increase the price by Rs 5,000 to Rs 7,000. The FI version motorcycle hasn't reached dealerships yet but we expect it to hit showrooms soon.
The Himalayan is Royal Enfield’s first proper adventure tourer built for one purpose- to explore the roads untravelled. The Himalayan is powered by an all new 411cc counterbalanced, oil-cooled unit which is not only refined but also versatile enough for both highway cruising and off-road riding. The engine is mated to a five-speed transmission, which spreads out torque generously at lower revs. This is particularly ideal for conquering rough terrains. The minimalistic design, coupled with off-road-spec wheels and long-travel suspension make this bike apt for touring.
Off-road capability, Refined vibration-free engine, Balanced Chassis
Quality of components, No ABS
Those who are looking for a no-nonsense, capable off-road tourer will find the Himalayan extremely appealing. The Royal Enfield community and the availability of a host of exclusive accessories lets you equip yourself to tread the off-beaten path efficiently.
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