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  • Q. Is Himalayan and XPulse 200 ..which is better for long ride with pillion, low fuel consumption plus comfortable ride ? ...

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    Udhay
    Udhay | 1 year ago

    Himalyan is much more comforatble for both rider and pillion but you can not expect 30 35 kmpl mileage from.it

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    Tanmoy
    Tanmoy | 1 year ago

    As per fuel consumption xpulse get plus marks,but other than that himalayan is most perfect choice for you

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    A | 1 year ago

    RE Himalayan

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Himalayan Ownership Cost

  • Spare Parts Price
  • Rear wheel cush rubbers
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 1199
    GST Price :- 335
    Total Price :- 1534
  • Rear Brake Pads
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 294
    GST Price :- 82
    Total Price :- 376
  • Front Brake Pads
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 294
    GST Price :- 82
    Total Price :- 376
  • Side Panel Set
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 3000
    GST Price :- 840
    Total Price :- 3840
  • Indicators
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 250
    GST Price :- 70
    Total Price :- 320
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