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Royal Enfield Himalayan Specifications

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Engine Displ. : 411 cc
Mileage : 29.48 kmpl
Power : 24.83 PS @ 6500 rpm
Gear Box : 5 Speed
Fuel Type : Petrol
ABS : Dual Channel
Head Lamp : Halogen
Wheels Type : Spoke
Tyre Type : Tube
Standard Warranty (Years) : Yes
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Royal Enfield Himalayan Specifications Summary

Himalayan Variants Key Specifications Key Features
Rs. 1.81 lakh
411 cc, 29 Kmpl, 24.83 PS @ 6500 rpm view all 5 Speed Gear Box, Fuel Injection Fuel System, Dual Channel ABS, Halogen Head Lamp, Spoke Wheels, Tube Tyre view all
Rs. 1.83 lakh
411 cc, 29 Kmpl, 24.83 PS @ 6500 rpm, Petrol view all 5 Speed Gear Box, Dual Channel ABS, Halogen Head Lamp, Spoke Wheels, Tube Tyre view all

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Q. Is Royal Enfield Himalayan Sleet ABS is good for buying. I am asking this because I heard many rumours about that bike.
  • With the Himalayan, Royal Enfield really went beyond their area of expertise to cater to the needs of riders who like to explore the unknown. Its spartan design is meant to be as functional as possible, while the modern 411cc, air-cooled engine with oil-cooler is the most refined among Royal Enfield’s motorcycles. Himalayan is the most affordable adventure tourer available in the country at present. No-nonsense adventure enthusiasts will find the Himalayan appealing as it is the only off-road friendly motorcycle in the lower end of the spectrum. : By Zigwheels | 11 months ago
  • The performance is amazing but you've check with dealerships whether they've the accesories and spares or not . Because right now I'm facing a big problem for the spares and accessories as there's always unavailability in my particular region i.e., Andhra Pradesh : By Joshit | 4 months ago
  • Yes it is a very nice bike.However if you dont have offroading in mind get the interceptor.For marginal price increase you are getting a huge performance gain. : By AMOGH | 10 months ago
Q. What is fuel tank capacity - Himalayan?
  • 15 liters : By Clash | 1 year ago
  • 15 litres : By Saurav | 1 year ago
  • 14 litre : By Basava | 1 year ago
Q. I understand the abs is recommended to be switched off while you are offroad. As Himalayan doesn't provide a switchable abs, Is the abs on Himalayan reliable on offroading conditions? Has anyone tested it?
  • Not exactly!! the only reason why they say that is, with abs off you can turn the bike swiftly by locking the rear tyre. yes the bs4 comes with a non switchable abs but I have noticed that the performance of the abs is not that good offroad. I don't know if it's a mechanical error but offroad it locks sometimes!!! do try it. abs takes a while to activate. when u apply it at a tap it will lock first then at some seconds abs switches on. in that time you can slide. : By Vikhyat | 1 month ago
  • It features the all-new 411cc single-cylinder engine that offers 24.8PS at 6500rpm and 32Nm of torque at 4350rpm. The bike also comes with fuel injection to make it BS-IV compliant. For the first time, Royal Enfield has introduced a bike with monoshock rear suspension with the Himalayan. It also offers 220mm of ground clearance to ensure a smooth ride in the most difficult of terrains. The bike gets large spoked wheels, 19-inchers at the front, and shod with dual-purpose tyres to make it competent to ride over rough terrains. hose 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. There won't be any issue for off-roading with ABS. : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
  • No there will be no issue if brakes during off roading : By Clash | 1 year ago
Q. Does this bike suitable for every day commute to work on jam-packed road at peak hours in Delhi - Himalayan?
  • Honestly, no! it is fun on the cities. no doubt on it. but entirely depends on the rider. if the heating doesnt bother you, you can enjoy the ride in cities too. : By Vikhyat | 1 month ago
  • Depends on temperature of your city. In summer it was slightly difficult as it did get hot (52deg max)If the avg speed is above 25 then there shouldn't be any issue.But this is a very comfortable bike to ride. You can change the handle to make the seating more upright : By Rishikesh | 10 months ago
  • Menouvering the Traffic is Hinalayan's another favourite sport. My Himalayan loves cutting thru traffic. Its able to get past tight spots much better than smaller commuter bikes. However, the heavy clutch might give you trouble sometimes. But thats very rare. : By Sachin | 10 months ago
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Q. What is the reserve capacity - Himalayan?
  • Himalayan don't have reserve like other bikes. But when the fuel is below 5 L another trip meter will start to run named Trip F. We can use this as reserve sign and drive accordingly. You can ride around 150 km in the Trip F on highways. : By Varun | 2 days ago
  • Volkswagen Polo comes with a 15 Litres tank but the last fuel indicator bar starts blinking when there is around 2-3 litres fuel left in the tank. For exact detail, we would suggest you to contact authorised dealership as they will be the better persons to assist you in this concern. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
  • Its basically 3 ltrs. but the fuel indicator will show at more than 3 ltr, shifting to trip f too early. : By Vikhyat | 1 month ago
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Q. How is the riding comfort for a long drive - Himalayan?
  • I've driven Himalayan on some short and long routes . I am going to share completely my personal experience with the comfort that you can go easily for around 200 kms without any hassle . Seat position and material is really smooth and comfortable but if you are riding continuously for more than 90 minutes or 200 kms , the same seat just start feeling quite uncomfortable . You can definitely feel some hard soreness in your hamstrings and glutes muscles . : By Shiva | 2 months ago
  • Absolutely brilliant. No other bike has come as close to Himalayan for long-ride-comfort in this budget. I have done 95kms in a stretch. However, It is recommended to take a break every 75 to 80km's for rider and for the bike's good health. : By Sachin | 1 year ago
  • I ride on my Himalayan from Delhi to Himachal once in a month, and I always take only a single or 2 breaks during my journey. Morning 4 am Delhi to 11:30 at kangra, Himachal. I always feel great while riding... : By Mohan | 1 year ago
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