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  • Q. How much kms can be done with full tank?Average fuel economy in city and highways. - Himalayan?

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    Vikhyat
    Vikhyat | 3 years ago

    No RE bikes have the right fuel tank capacity as mentioned. foreg. take a Thunderbird. as per specs it has 20ltrs but in real it takes 15-18 ltrs only.my himalayan takes in 13.48 ltrs including reserve.currently I'm getting 29kmpl on city and 32 on highway.

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    MAYANK
    MAYANK | 2 years ago

    सिटी माईलेज-: 20-25हाईवे माईलेज-: 27-35 (स्‍पीड लिमिट-: 70-90 KMPH)यह आपके ड्राईविंग के उपर निर्भर करता है।

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    Subhamoy
    Subhamoy | 2 years ago

    With city traffic, I get about 22-25kmph. on highways, it's about 25-27. roughly calculated. never been precise on this. it's like .

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    Very nice bike guys i love this bike my favourite bike

  • Long journey

    Its a very comfortable bike for riding a long journey and going for action off roading♥️

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