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The prices of all the colour variants of the Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6 have been hiked for the second time since its launch. The premium is around Rs 1,836 and the bike now starts from Rs 1,91,401 for the base Snow White and Granite Black colour variants. Head here to know more details about the price hike, including the full price list.

When the Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6 was launched in January, it bore a premium of around Rs 6,000, over the BS4-compliant model. When launched, prices for the new Himalayan BS6 started from Rs 1,89,565 (ex-showroom Delhi). In addition to the three old colours (white, black and Sleet), Royal Enfield had also introduced three new ones: grey, blue and red. The Himalayan BS6 also gets switchable ABS and hazard lights.

Himalayan Specifications

Royal Enfield has worked a lot on improving the refinement of the 411cc single-cylinder engine. The current BS6 power unit is certainly a lot smoother than the first one we sampled in 2016. The engine produces 24.31PS and 32Nm, 0.13PS lower than its BS4 guise. No changes to the five-speed gearbox though. The Himalayan BS6 remains a capable off-roader, suspended by long-travel suspension units at both ends. It is the only affordable adventure tourer in India to get a 21-/17-inch spoke wheel setup that comes shod with dual-purpose CEAT tyres. Braking hardware comprises a front 300mm disc with a twin-piston caliper and on the rear wheel, you get a 240mm disc with a single-piston caliper. Dual-channel ABS comes as standard with switchable ABS finally offered on the Himalayan.

Himalayan Design

We have always been impressed with the simple and functional design of the Royal Enfield Himalyan. The new colours make it look more delectable, heightening the appeal of the adventure motorcycle.

Himalayan Features

There aren’t many features to talk about the Himalayan BS6. The headlight is a simple bulb unit. The instrument cluster looks virtually the same as before, although there are a few more tell tale lights and an additional toggle switch on the console for the switchable ABS. Yes, part of the extra goodies offered with the BS6 transition is switchable ABS, boosting its adventure credentials.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Competitors

In the affordable adventure touring genre, the Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6 locks horns with the KTM 390 Adventure, the BMW G 310 GS and the Kawasaki Versys-X 300. All three rivals are significantly pricier than the Enfield motorcycle. The Hero XPulse 200 is an even more affordable adventure motorcycle but lacks the touring capabilities of the Himalayan. Hero MotoCorp is working on a mid-displacement adventure bike that will rival the Enfield.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Price

The price of Royal Enfield Himalayan starts at Rs. 1.91 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 1.95 Lakh. Royal Enfield Himalayan is offered in 6 variants - Granite Black, Snow White, Gravel Grey, Sleet Grey, Lake Blue and the top variant Himalayan Rock Red which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1.95 Lakh.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Price List in India

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Himalayan Granite Black
411 cc |
Rs. 1.91 Lakh
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411 cc |
Rs. 1.91 Lakh
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Himalayan

Q. I own a Pulsar 220F, 2010 edition. it's been 10 years now and I badly need an upgradeI was quite settled with the thought of buying Dominar400 initially but given the onroad price in Bangalore & recent price hikes, it now marginally goes out of my budget. I am looking for 60% city and 40% touring usage kind of machine. will the dominar 250 be a good upgrade or shall I opt something like Himalayan or Meteor or eventually go for D400?my preferences though would be riding comfort(rider & pillion), good performance.
  • As per your requirements, the Dominar 250 would be a brilliant pick if you are not willing to spend further. Bajaj Dominar 250 offers brilliant value for the money spent. But money aside, as a motorcycle, the Dominar 250 does one thing right -- it is fit to purpose. The Dominar 250’s motor felt boring on the KTM, but combined with the comfortable tourer the Dominar is, it works beautifully. It truly feels like it deserves the ‘sports tourer’ tag. The other really impressive aspect of this D250 is its ride quality. Both front and rear suspension are running a softer tune compared to the 400. The only thing you have to watch out for is braking when going over those sharp bumps, as it can cause the front end to bottom out. But apart from that, the Dominar 250’s ride quality is nothing short of wonderful. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - Bajaj Dominar 250 Road Test - Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6: Road Test Review - 2020 Royal Enfield Meteor 350: Road Test Review
  • Thanks much for the feedback. Yes I agree with the bottoming out of the front end due to low ground clearance.
  • @Zigwheels.. how about RS200? do you suggest that as well as per my usage requirement?
Q. I'm city rider, I am confused to buy Himalayan or Interceptor 650? Which is the best bike for city traffic in week days and touring in weekends?
  • Both Royal Enfield Himalayan and Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 are brilliant offerings with comfortable seating and powerful engine options, however, selecting one would depend on your preference of the segment, budget, features required, performance figures and usage of the bike. The Interceptor 650 comes equipped with a much refined engine that offers linear and friendly power delivery yet exciting to ride. Quality and fit and finish levels are quite good and the motorcycle feels built to last. This is easily the best Royal Enfield out there. Also, it is the most affordable bike in India with multi-cylinders. On the other hand, the Himalayan offers brilliant off-roading credentials, comfortable ergonomics for highway touring and city rides as well. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details. Read More: - BS6 Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Real World Test - Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6: Road Test Review - Royal Enfield Himalayan vs Royal Enfield Interceptor 650
  • Interceptor is more apt . moreover meteor will the best one
Q. Which Bike is best Hasquvarna or Royel Enfiled Himalayan 350, Which is Best and strongest Bike for Longer lasting Bike pl.suggest...?
  • Both bikes are of different segments and have different characteristics. Keeping the bike for long will totally depend on how it is maintenance and ridden. The Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 looks good, is quick, and rides and handles well. However, the KTM 250 Duke offers the same traits with the added benefits of a spacious rider and pillion seat and a larger fuel tank. If you are less inclined towards practicality but lean more towards design, the Vitpilen 250 looks more eye-catching and is more engaging to ride. So effectively, the Svartpilen 250 is in no man’s land. We feel that KTM/Husqvarna should have capitalised on the Svartpilen’s scrambler appeal. They could raid the KTM parts bin and use the 390 Adventure’s longer travel suspension, larger 19-inch front tyre, serrated footpegs and turn the Svartpilen 250 into a proper scrambler. With these updates, even a price hike of Rs 20,000 would put it at par with the KTM 250 Duke’s pricing, but then you would have a more capable Svartpilen 250 pointing in the right direction -- off-road. As things stand, you have better alternatives to the Svartpilen 250 from its own family and another capable 250cc motorcycles.Owning and riding multiple motorcycles is a luxury that few can afford and even fewer can truly enjoy. If the Himalayan is on your shopping list, it’s quite likely that it’s going to be your only motorcycle. And as an only motorcycle, it’s as close to perfect as you can get in this price range, or even a few rungs higher, for that matter. This really is the Swiss Army Knife of motorcycles i.e. a capable, versatile, one-size-fits-all motorcycle. Need something to ferry you to the office and back? No problem. Want to cruise the highways on weekends? It’ll do it all day and all night long. Finally had your leave approved and want to ride to Ladakh? This is just the bike for the job. It’ll even keep you entertained on the twisty bits of tarmac you’ll find on the way. Short of hooning about on track, this is the one motorcycle that’ll do pretty much any and everything you ask of it, without protest or complaint. The Himalayan BS6 is a slightly more well-rounded and desirable motorcycle than before. You may compare both the bikes accordingly. Do take a test ride in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
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Q. Which one to buy for daily use Classic 350 Or Himalayan ?
  • Classic for travel more than 25km if there is no jam if jam on your road try for other company bike
  • Don't buy any kind of products of Royal. They sold me a second hand bike instead of new.
  • Don't buy any kind of products of Royal. They sold me a second hand bike instead of new.
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Q. I have back pain problem. Which one you suggest among Himalyan and CB 350 for long rides? One thing attracts me is tubeless tyres in CB 350, with which you are tension free incase of puncture.
  • As per your requirements, Royal Enfield is the clear pick. If the Himalayan is on your shopping list, it’s quite likely that it’s going to be your only motorcycle. And as an only motorcycle, it’s as close to perfect as you can get in this price range -- or even a few rungs higher, for that matter. This really is the Swiss Army Knife of motorcycles -- a capable, versatile, one-size-fits-all motorcycle. Need something to ferry you to the office and back? No problem. Want to cruise the highways on weekends? It’ll do it all day and all night long. Finally had your leave approved and want to ride to Ladakh? This is just the bike for the job. It’ll even keep you entertained on the twisty bits of tarmac you’ll find on the way. Short of hooning about on track, this is the one motorcycle that’ll do pretty much any and everything you ask of it, without protest or complaint. The Himalayan BS6 is a slightly more well-rounded and desirable motorcycle than before. Do take a test ride in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
  • Hey hello r you suggesting him to go for royal Enfield 350.. wait wait don't listen to him. don't go for 350. it will be you r big mistake in you r life. don't go for it.. buy a highness 350. it is nice bike to ride. no vibrations, no issue, reliable engine. no tappet noise.. I have sold my classic 350 in six months only because of tappet and vibration
  • My age 49 no back pain issues 2years back I purchased re 350 and sold it to others after usage of 6months, it is bad choice . In single long ride I found - lot of vibrations throughout the body, after 60kmph the problem further increases
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Q. How many days Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6 tooks to be delivered after booking?
  • I booked it on 22nd Sep 20- Its more than 2 months and i have no clue about the delivery date. I dropped an e mail to the customer care but all i got was an apology and the entire blame was put on Covid -19. I understand it is not the BAU scenario but when i visited the showroom i found few new bikes delivered there. The newly launched Royal Enfield Meteor 350 was available. WTF?? Have to wait - By the way guys - Watch our travel blog on youtube - Jolly Shankar
  • No doubt, lockdown may have adverse impact on auto industry but did you checked the RE policy? They won't commit the date of bike delivery but will give receipt. Even if bike is not delivered, RE won't refund your booking amount. My suggestion if you are taking money the. You shd confirm the delivery date as well
  • Promised was 30 days and Its been almost 40 days i have booked.Im very much frustrated by the showroom and the company,there is no proper acknowledgement provided , Im thinking of making a complaint in consumer court please guys need your opinion as well reach out to me on Insta harsha_v_05
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Editor's View of Royal Enfield Himalayan

  • Upside

    Spot on ergonomics for touring or standing and riding,Brilliant off-roading credentials like long-travel suspension, spoke rims and tall ground clearance, Finally gets switchable ABS, allowing you to lock the rear wheel while off-roading.

  • Downside

    Weighs almost 200kg, as much as a mid-capacity ADV, Soft suspension setup might lead to bottoming out, Braking could have been better.

  • Our Verdict

    The Royal Enfield Himalayan was the motorcycle that kick started the affordable adventure touring genre in India in 2016. Despite the arrival of new rivals, it continues to outshine them as an all-rounder. RE has ironed out the majority of the issues that plagued the first-gen motorcycle, but brakes still remain an Achilles heel.


Himalayan Detailed Review

New motorcycles are always highly anticipated, especially the ones for enthusiasts, as they are always on the lookout for a new experience. Few motorcycles launched in the country in recent times would have been as highly anticipated as the Royal Enfield the Himalayan though. It is, after all, the first purpose built adventure touring motorcycle from the brand, not to mention, the first all-new product with a brand new engine and platform in the longest time. The brand needs no introduction to anyone who rides a motorcycle in the country perhaps – its classic looking bikes enjoy a cult popularity like few others do, especially for the experience of riding one and also the characteristic thump.

In effect, the Himalayan is a radical departure for the brand from its ethos. But at the same time, touring on a motorcycle and Royal Enfield are usually said in the same breath. Each year thousands of bikers flock to the Himalayas, mostly on a Royal Enfield in search of the solace that we all look for on a motorcycle. The Himalayan does makes a lot of sense in that regards and Royal Enfield invited us to the very land that the bike gets its name from – the mighty Himalayas – to experience the bike. Here’s what we think of what is India’s first purpose built adventure tourer.

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Design & Features

We’ve all seen the Himalayan at its official unveil before the 2016 Auto Expo, and I don't need to tell you about Royal Enfield’s minimalistic approach in terms of the design – the round headlight with the tall windscreen and round mirrors look slightly dated, but I guess the brand didn’t really want to move away from the traditional looks of its motorcycles which works well. The knee recesses on the fuel tank are great to use, and let you grip the tank nicely when braking. The tank could have been wider though, since the panel below the rider’s seat which has the Himalayan name on it in a large font is wider than the tank itself, and that makes it a bit difficult to grip the tank with the insides of your knees when standing up and riding – and that’s something you do a lot on long rides or off tarmac.

Royal Enfield Himalayan front end

The seat is nicely scooped for the rider and is very comfortable – I was almost surprised at how comfortable I was in the saddle even after 3-4 hours of continuous riding. The Himalayan is accesible to shorter riders thanks to a low seat height of 800mm, keeping in mind the average height of Indian riders. We didn’t have panniers on our test bikes, but the mounts for them are a well-executed job, and so are the mounts for the jerry cans on both sides of the fuel tank. The LED tail light does its job well while looking nice, and sits under a large metal grab rail that also doubles up as a mount for a tail bag. A 21-inch front wheel and a 17-inch rear give the side profile of the bike a likeable appearance, in conjunction with the tall handlebar, though I would have liked it to be mounted about half an inch higher for better manoeuvrability, especially when standing up. The upswept exhaust looks nice and works well in not letting water get in, as I discovered while crossing a rivulet. Functional, well-executed design on the whole.

Royal Enfield Himalayan instrument console

In terms of features and equipment, the bike gets all you could ask for apart from the obvious speedometer tachometer and fuel gauge, including a digital gear indicator, two trip meters, average speed display, side-stand indicator, clock, temperature gauge and a compass as well! I wish a 12V socket would have been offered as well, which would allow charging of cell phones and GPS units on the go. The Himalayan gets a 14-litre fuel tank. The brand claims a range of 400 to 500km on a tank full, which sounds good for distance riding. Royal Enfield also told us it would have been easy for them to go in for a larger tank and thus offer better range, but that would have made the bike top heavy and cumbersome to ride each time the tank was filled to its brim.

Royal Enfield Himalayan engine

Engine & Performance

Perhaps the section most bikers would be interested in knowing about, even more than the bike’s abilities. The good news is, the all-new, air-cooled, 411cc single-cylinder engine feels very refined, even close to its 6,500rpm, and has a torquey feel to it. With a relatively healthy 32Nm on offer, that isn’t surprising. It is the first RE motor to employ oil-cooling. But what I and a lot of other journos on the ride felt was that the engine could have been tuned for some more performance. 24.8PS of power is slightly underwhelming for a motorcycle like the Himalayan. A candid chat with Siddhartha Lal, MD and CEO of Eicher Motors, who also rode with us, justified the output though – the primary target audience for the bike is someone upgrading from say, a 150cc bike. The idea was to keep the power output such that even relatively inexperienced riders can harness all of it, apart from ensuring fuel efficiency figures are good enough for someone to want to buy the Himalayan as his daily ride as well.

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While I cannot deny the justification, there were several occasions when a lot of us felt an additional 5PS would have made it more fun to ride. I would have also liked the throttle response to be a bit crisper as well. Climbing up inclines or even something as basic as accelerating from standstill would thus be more fun and quicker. And that’s something I’m certain tuners around the country will be able to do. The highlight of the engine though is the refinement, and given the amount of testing done on the bike, I am pretty convinced about the engine’s reliability as well. The good thing is fuelling on the bike is via a carburettor, which also get a throttle position sensor, which means you can get the bike fixed even in the remotest of areas. If you are expecting the Himalayan to have a thump like the other Enfields, you will be in for a disappointment, but I personally liked the exhaust note, and felt it suits the bike’s character well. Kudos to the Royal Enfield team for the work done on the new powerplant. The 5-speed gearbox boasts adequate ratios for varied terrain as well, though the shifts could have been slicker I felt.

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Ride, handling & Braking

Another important highlight of the Himalayan is its rear monoshock, a first for a Royal Enfield. The way it performs its duty is commendable, in terms of aiding the handling and offer a plush ride as well, offering 180mm of travel. The Himalayan is meant to ply on all sorts of terrain – super smooth tarmac, dirt, broken roads, non-existent roads and what not. The suspension has been tuned beautifully to do it all, and I was pleasantly surprised at the plushness of the ride quality offered by the 41mm front forks (200mm travel) in conjunction with the monoshock on every possible terrain we rode on, and it included all of the aforementioned conditions. Goes without saying, the boffins at Royal Enfield have tested the suspension and perfected its setup after clocking thousands of miles on every possible terrain which shows as soon as you take the motorcycle off tarmac.

Royal Enfield Himalayan front disc

Coming to handling, I can safely say, the Himalayan is the best handling bike from Royal Enfield. After a day in its saddle on some of the worst terrains like slush, dirt, broken roads and even snow has me convinced. Due credit goes to the well-sorted chassis, developed by the folks at Harris in the UK. The well-perfected suspension setup and the dual purpose tyres from Ceat further add to the fun element. The tyres worked brilliantly where we rode the bike, and there was nary a moment when I felt unsure of what either end of the bike was doing. The bike also feels extremely flickable from one side to the other, and feels light, nimble and surefooted like a mountain goat.

The brakes worked well too, especially the front, providing ample confidence to grab a handful of the front brake lever irrespective of the terrain I was on, wet tarmac in pouring rain included. The rear brake could have offered some more feel, though I liked the way it allowed me to lock the rear tyre and have the rear step out while entering corner, to make quick directional changes.

Royal Enfield Himalayan

The bottom line is the fact that Royal Enfield wanted to offer a motorcycle to enthusiasts that would give them the confidence to go anywhere, and the bike has been tested extensively in the Himalayas, on highways and even by CS Santosh, India’s only Dakar competitor and returnee. And the Himalayan is a job well-executed to that effect.

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Verdict

The Himalayan is one of those motorcycles that are designed for a specific purpose. And Royal Enfield has ensured the bike does that, by perfecting every element on the motorcycle, and leaving almost no room for error. I am someone who has been raised on a healthy diet of motorcycles oriented towards riding on tarmac, and that said, the Himalayan has impressed me to a great extent with its capabilities and the confidence it inspired to open the throttle wide, be it in pouring rain, on non-existent roads or even on snow. As Siddhartha Lal put it, the Himalayan is what Royal Enfield is all about – the holistic experience of riding a motorcycle.

Royal Enfield Himalayan rear action

With adventure touring on motorcycles gaining popularity in the country rapidly, we have yearned for a purpose built motorcycle that does not cost you a bomb. The Himalayan is a simple motorcycle that knows its job well and goes about doing it with aplomb. The bike has been launched on March 16, and is priced at Rs 1.78 lakh on-road, Mumbai. That should be a perfect price point for the motorcycle, as that should make it accessible to an array of motorcyclists. To sum it up, this is a motorcycle that has been built for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts, and Siddhartha Lal’s involvement and contribution to the bike’s development is a great portrayal of his passion for motorcycles. Royal Enfield had an advertisement years back with a caption that said ‘Leave home’. I think the brand should revive it for the Himalayan, since the bike will certainly want you to go out and explore the world, on two wheels.

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Royal Enfield Himalayan User Reviews

4.3 /5
293 reviews
  • Performance
    4.6/5
  • Comfort
    4.7/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    3.8/5
  • Mileage
    3.8/5

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  • 4.2

    This is the best bike for off-road and on-road too.Very good performance.Easy controlling.I haven't met with an big accident till yet but the only thing i dislike is the parts fitted which are of very poor quality such as magnetic coil it's very weak.I have changed it 3 times in period of 4 years.Also some parts get c***k from welding itself n so needs to replace whole set.But still if you guys want to enjoy your ride, On-road off-road whatever than go for r.E.Himalayan.It is the best among all.

  • 5.0

    sorry i don't have to do anything with the day you got it all right and dog

  • 4.2

    If you Maintain it,you would get bestest performance experienced by riding it.Never try to alternate the exhaust part that is most understandable reason for why you are not getting a good mileage.Do services in correct timings and if you feel any single bit of uncomfort on your bike(ie.screws or bolts get loosen up due to heavy vibration that would happen especially when you are tripping on long rides or off-roads,some weird sound over front side of engine,abs light stays on during a ride,etc)you must get the bs4 beast to service station.Remember More you maintain the beast,the more you will love the beast to the core.!

  • 3.4

    higher seating position is not for 5.6 incher

  • 4.2

    The pros are suspension comfort off road feel is greatrefined when compared to old model's80—95 very comfortable the cons are exhaust sound is very lowengine noise is morepaint quality is not greatbreaking is not sufficient for a bike of this weightvibration from the visor and meterthe instrument cluster has a fogging issue.

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  • 4.6

    This has to be the most value for money bike. It has great ride comfort, ergonomics and is an affordable adventure tourer. You will also enjoy this bike in daily commutes.Loads of accessories both from Royal Enfield as well as from Third Parties are available to make your experience rich. Fit the Aluminium Panniers made available by Royal Enfield and the bike becomes a head turner.Minor Negatives: Temperature Display not accurate. Tall bike for short riders - perfect for tall riders. Engine leaves you wanting for more power - but then the power to price ratio is great.If you are looking for a comfortable bike that can go anywhere and do anything, whilst not costing a bomb, then go for Royal Enfield Himalayan

  • 4.2

    If you Maintain it,you would get bestest performance experienced by riding it.Never try to alternate the exhaust part that is most understandable reason for why you are not getting a good mileage.Do services in correct timings and if you feel any single bit of uncomfort on your bike(ie.screws or bolts get loosen up due to heavy vibration that would happen especially when you are tripping on long rides or off-roads,some weird sound over front side of engine,abs light stays on during a ride,etc)you must get the bs4 beast to service station.Remember More you maintain the beast,the more you will love the beast to the core.!

  • 5.0

    1. Superb Ergonomics. Apt for me (my height is 6ft). But definitely need an extender for Long Rides since the Wind shield will be shorter for people like me. 2. Definitely value for money. Since your servicing will be within a span of 6 months.(Excluding the first).3. In 1st Gear, I picked up a speed of 40. So I guess I will surely achieve a speed of 90-100 KMPH without any hiccups.4. Luggage friendly. You don't have to worry about basic luggage's which you may carry for occasional rides. ( Reach today and get back tomorrow types)I will definitely recommend Himalayan for those who wants some fresh air on weekends.

  • 4.2

    This is the best bike for off-road and on-road too.Very good performance.Easy controlling.I haven't met with an big accident till yet but the only thing i dislike is the parts fitted which are of very poor quality such as magnetic coil it's very weak.I have changed it 3 times in period of 4 years.Also some parts get c***k from welding itself n so needs to replace whole set.But still if you guys want to enjoy your ride, On-road off-road whatever than go for r.E.Himalayan.It is the best among all.

  • 4.2

    The pros are suspension comfort off road feel is greatrefined when compared to old model's80—95 very comfortable the cons are exhaust sound is very lowengine noise is morepaint quality is not greatbreaking is not sufficient for a bike of this weightvibration from the visor and meterthe instrument cluster has a fogging issue.

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Royal Enfield Himalayan FAQs

What is the price of Royal Enfield Himalayan?

The ex-showroom price of Royal Enfield Himalayan is 1.95 Lakh. Check On Road Price of Himalayan. .

What is the Tyre and Wheel type of Royal Enfield Himalayan?

Royal Enfield Himalayan has Tube tyre and Spoke wheels.

Does the Royal Enfield Himalayan have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in Royal Enfield Himalayan. View full specification of Himalayan.

Which is better Royal Enfield Himalayan or Royal Enfield Meteor 350?

Royal Enfield Himalayan Price starts at Rs. 1.91 Lakh which is Rs. 15,577 costlier than base model of Royal Enfield Meteor 350 priced at Rs. 1.75 Lakh. Compare Royal Enfield Himalayan vs Royal Enfield Meteor 350 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Royal Enfield Himalayan in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Royal Enfield Himalayan in Delhi is Rs. 5,514 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Royal Enfield Himalayan?

Royal Enfield Himalayan is available in 6 colours : Granite Black, Sleet Grey, Snow White, Gravel Grey, Lake Blue and Rock Red. View colour images of Himalayan.

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