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  • Q. What is the reserve capacity - Himalayan?
    Varun
    Varun | 6 days ago

    Himalayan don't have reserve like other bikes. But when the fuel is below 5 L another trip meter will start to run named Trip F. We can use this as reserve sign and drive accordingly. You can ride around 150 km in the Trip F on highways.

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  • Q. How much weight we can carry for long drive like Manali from Mumbai over the bike - Himalayan?
    AMOGH
    AMOGH | 7 months ago

    The bike is capable of carrying much more loads than you can possibly handle.For proof just search itchyboots on youtube.

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  • Q. What is a sustainable top speed of Royal Enfield Himalayan?
    Jayata
    Jayata | 4 months ago

    Without pillion & luggage...110-115 kmph max & with pillion & luggage...85-90 kmph. Post that you will feel the machine to get strained & uncomfy.

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  • Q. What is the ideal cruising speed of it's - Himalayan?
    Jayata
    Jayata | 6 months ago

    I feel comfy at 90 kmph...it all depends on riding style though.

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  • Q. What is the torque of Royal Enfield Himalayan?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    Royal Enfield is offered with a 411 cc engine with a power of 24.83 PS at a torque of 6500 rpm.

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  • Q. What is the turning radius of this bike - Himalayan?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    The information regarding the turning radius can be availed at the nearest Dealership. We would suggest you visit the nearest Royal Enfield dealership for the required information on the Himalayan.Click here for the Dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Royal-Enfield

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  • Q. Tell me about top speed, performance,consoles and handling. - Himalayan?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Himalayan houses a 410cc, single-cylinder, air and oil-cooled motor mated to a five-speed transmission. The fuel-injected engine makes 24.8PS @ 6500rpm and 32Nm of torque @ 4250rpm. When launched, the Himalayan came with a carburettor but now it gets fuel-injection to clear the BS-IV emissions norms.According to Royal Enfield, power has deliberately been kept low on the motorcycle so as to make its performance more accessible to newer riders graduating from smaller bikes. The new engine uses a counterbalancer to smoothen out vibrations. Interestingly, the top-end of the engine is air-cooled while the bottom end of the engine i.e. the crankcase uses oil cooling. Talking about its console, the instrument cluster of this bike comes highly informative, housing a geographical compass as well. The Himalayan feels unlike any other Royal Enfield bikes, it is more refined though not as refined as say, an equivalent Japanese bike. The bike features tall gearing which makes it relaxed during highway runs. According to our tests, the carburetted Himalayan could do the 0-100kmph run in 12.27 seconds and achieve a true top speed of 122kmph. Coming to handling, Himalayan is one of the best handling bike from Royal Enfield. On some of the worst terrains like slush, dirt, broken roads and even snow, this bike has convinced us. Do take test ride in order to judge your riding comfort.

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  • Q. Can you tell me what the wheelbase of the Himalayan is ?
    Vikhyat
    Vikhyat | 1 month ago

    Zigwheels has worked alot to gives you all the technical specifications of the automobiles in the blogs, vlogs, apps and other social media. you can easily get your answers there. they are much easier to use.

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  • Q. Does this bike suitable for every day commute to work on jam-packed road at peak hours in Delhi - Himalayan?
    Vikhyat
    Vikhyat | 1 month ago

    Honestly, no! it is fun on the cities. no doubt on it. but entirely depends on the rider. if the heating doesnt bother you, you can enjoy the ride in cities too.

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  • Q. How is the riding comfort for a long drive - Himalayan?
    Shiva
    Shiva | 2 months ago

    I've driven Himalayan on some short and long routes . I am going to share completely my personal experience with the comfort that you can go easily for around 200 kms without any hassle . Seat position and material is really smooth and comfortable but if you are riding continuously for more than 90 minutes or 200 kms , the same seat just start feeling quite uncomfortable . You can definitely feel some hard soreness in your hamstrings and glutes muscles .

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    Royal Enfield Himalayan Dimension & Space FAQs

    Q. What is the wheel size of Royal Enfield Himalayan?
    A. The wheel size of Royal Enfield Himalayan is Front :-21 inch Rear :-17 inch.
    Q. What is the tyre size of Royal Enfield Himalayan?
    A. The tyre size of Royal Enfield Himalayan is 90/90-21 Rear :-120/90-17.
    Q. What is the seat height of Royal Enfield Himalayan?
    A. The seat height of Royal Enfield Himalayan is 800 mm.
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