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  • Q. Is Himalayan 650 going to come? If yes when?

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    Raghuveer
    Raghuveer | 1 year ago

    RE produced enough stock of Interceptor & continental. If Himalayan twin comes existing stock becomes inventory so they need to first close existing stock and launch

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    Sairam
    Sairam | 1 year ago

    Hey man its just a roumer...it is not officially declared...

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    Omkar
    Omkar | 1 year ago

    @ Vineeth | Nope.

    On which bases you are saying no bro ...?

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Royal Enfield Himalayan User Reviews

  • 3.4

    1.Every 2000km breakpad goes 2.Now historical coneset into pitchure, Suprising is just in 5000km bearing is changed 3.Post service display is showing random time.

  • 3.8

    A well-built first-of-its-kind adventure tourer, an Off-roader machine that gives amazing feedback both on and off the tarmac. I did a single day 750 km ride and the motorcycle supported me all along. Some aspects that could have been better:- LEDs could have taken the game a notch higher. I was struggling for a better vision after sunset. The height of the handle can be increased a bit more as taller people like me struggle with pain in our joints. I had to switch to an aftermarket product for better comfort. Windshield quality is not up to the mark. The compass is not trustworthy. Not to forget the compromised after-sales service quality.

  • 4.2

    I rode my bike for just 5000 km. So I can't say about its maintenance costs, but the comfortable riding, styles are superb.

  • 4.2

    only drawback is that tyres are not tubeless

  • 4.2

    Great purchase.This bike is rugged and has huge potential.It gives me so much confidence in my skills.The seats are too soft( not good for long rides).This bike isn't very comfy for pillion but still is quite ok.Kerb weight is more and headlight isn't great but rest assured this bike is a beast and can go anywhere.

  • 5.0

    I love royal Enfield bike segment for this year's event

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