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  • Q. What is the ideal cruising speed of it's - Himalayan?

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    Harpreet
    Harpreet | 2 years ago

    80 KM is the best cruising speed on Himalayan.

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    A | 2 years ago

    100

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    Jayata
    Jayata | 3 years ago

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

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Royal Enfield Himalayan BS4 User Reviews

  • Long journey

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

  • 2.2
    The main thing noticdafter

    The main thing i noticed after buying the bike in 2018 is the low quality parts and paint.After riding about 20k kms there are few things that i noticed.The engine oil looses its property really quickly in air cooled engine.After 1k the engine heat and vibration or buzz increases with hard gear shifts.The clutch is very heavy.In city bumper to bumper trafic the engine heat and heavy clutch is really uncomfortable.Speed beyond 100 is not favourable because apparent engine buzz on the handlebar, Seat and footpegs.Beyond 100 its still behaves like the old re buzzy engine.The acceleration is good but not that thrilling.Rollon acceleration from 60 to 100 on fifth gear is not that good its jerky.To pull the bike harder it need to downshift if its moving slower than 70 kmph.Even at speed breaker of the bike is slowed down below 20 it has to downshift to 2nd gear to attain speed quickly.It refuses to move forward even on 3ed gear.The main reason being the weight.The braking needs a whole lot of improvement.The part that really worn out fast is the accelerator cable.It becomes hard really soon.And the cup and cone bearing is a well known issue in the biker community.An average bike for the cost its not value for money.

  • Drive control

    Drive control is good but seat quality is bad and mileage is low

  • Horse power

    Excellent bike but need some horse power to get more excellent

  • The bike is good for offroading

    The bike is good for offroading but i feel a need for more power while climbing slopes at high altitudes.Ktm adventure 390 did better than my himalayan.

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