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  • Q. Does it have slipper clutch - Himalayan?

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    Nani
    Nani | 2 years ago

    No

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    Tanmoy
    Tanmoy | 1 year ago

    No

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  • Best bike for all terrain

    Best bike for all terrain, I am loving this bike i am using this for my adventure purpose for last one year, Its fits my style of riding

  • Build quality is good

    Build quality is good driving experience is awesome

  • This is the best bike I’ve

    This is the best bike i’ve ever bought.I am driving this bike from the past 5 years and it’s still the strongest.

  • Royal Bike

    Finally a "royal" adventurer. Himalayan is the only adventure bike in the market today, I waited for 4 hours for getting my hands on it. After which I think I could write about the "Pahari".The adventure segment in India isn't exploited by the automakers. Plunging this fact, Enters the rugged Himalayan! RE has given Himalayan a retro look that solves the purpose of an adventurer too, like its comfortable, and reliable. The suspension is just right and the frame is well-balanced. Engine section bike comes with an all-new four-stroke, air-cooled, 411cc engine churning out 24.5 bhp(max) @ 6500 rpm and torque of 3.3 km @ 4500 rpm. The engine feels smooth, has Torque, and allows you to revv effortlessly. The 5-speed gearbox is well set between RPMs so you don't have to hit them too often. I rode the bike in normal terrain, So I wouldn't be knowing about the off-road performance, on-road, you never feel the need to push the engine to high revs which indicates that torque distribution along the RPM is pretty well done. Issue- one thing I felt a little bit off the hook was the heavy clutch, It gives your forearm quite a workout eventually wearing you down, And there's no clutch adjustment nut too. The chassis and dynamics of the bike offer a brilliant biuld with great suspension, ideal for all terrain.

  • Bike was amazing.. but my

    Bike was amazing.But my himalayan has lots of complaint.But the royal enfield service was really bad.

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