• Q. Seat height from ground - Himalayan?

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    MAYANK | 9 months ago

    800 mmThe Himalayan has seat height of 800mm, keeping in mind the average height of Indian riders. It offers 220mm of ground clearance to ensure a smooth ride in the most difficult of terrains. It's about 800 mm appx

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    Being | 1 year ago

    It's about 800 mm appx . A normal 5'7 huu can easily ride it .

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    SachinDeshpande | 6 months ago

    Measure with tape or see specifications

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    Bike is the most sturdy of all bikes.Does not slip on any type of terrain even on potholed roads.Handling is on the heavier side, And stable at high speeds of 100.Top speed is 120 kmph.Its a pleasure to sit on the himalayan and drive non stop for long hours.The beauty of this bike is it fits every type of requirement you may have for the bike.

  • 4.2

    The sitting position is awesome, great suspension, and looks awesome.

  • 2.6

    Rear suspension is too soft even after adjustment, in highway lack of power and tube tyre are worst handling is good enough though and no complaint regarding mileage. i used to get 33 kmpl on avg but showing incorrect over 29 below

  • 4.2

    It's good I love the performance of himalayan. It,s really good but cruising speed on haiway not good otherwise love Himalayan 👍

  • 3.8

    A good vehicle for a long drive. Especially off-roading in this vehicle is extremely cool. A comfort ride and no worries about the roads condition. 'For the Explorer in you.'

  • 3.4

    just love to ride this bike, its very comfortable,mileage is around 30-35 may be, i didn't count, i jst fill up the tank, and just move on,feel the ride,because riding a himalayan is something difference.

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