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  • Q. After how many kms we can take 100kmph speed in Royal Enfield Himalayan?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    It is advised to ride the new bike at economical speeds atleast until the first service as the fuel lines get accustomed to the engine and other parts as well. Doing so ensures better fuel efficiency and better performance from the engine.

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    Prashanth
    Prashanth | 9 months ago

    You can drive anytime, bikes these days come with lotta technology so it's not like the old times

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    Udhay
    Udhay | 1 year ago

    After first 2000 kms and the limit is on revving the bike not the speed

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Royal Enfield Himalayan User Reviews

  • 3.8

    Stock seat is basic long ride numb bum, Handle bars to low, Kick stand hit the ground in left turns lack of 6 th gear and little weak in the hp.Fuel mileage averages 57 to 59 mpg mostly city riding.I have upgraded pretty much everything minus the seat and the big bore kit.

  • 4.6

    Had a trip to wayanad the first day i bought it.Wanted to make her adjust.I was able to corner many heavy turns and she was able to go through some rough roads like butter.Really good experience.Next trip to munnar then to 1st service.Notable issues i found:- she is hot and i'm feeling it on my legs but it was a new bike and hope it will go after the maintenance.

  • 3.8

    Comfortable for long ride, Comfortable to take every road, mileage nice, One of the most important to look on the finishing, Of the work on himalayan bike, Bike is so good to ride for dali based and for toure other view of point it, All improve by royal enfield

  • 5.0

    super bike or full comfortable bike

  • 3.0

    The overall experience of the bike is not good, Good comfort, Almost good mileage But the issue i faced makes this the worst bike i owned, The tappet noise issue with the engine, And the poor service given by the company outlet service center, And i am still facing the issue and they could not resolve the problem.Dont buy the re himalayan.

  • 3.8

    All good it is a good bike it is also my dream bike i bought in my life im really happy about that it is more powerful looking very good it is performing is really good

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